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Figure 2. 2D grayscale neutron and X-ray slices of 3D volume taken along the length of the electrode strip (z direction) from top to bottom

(A) Pristine and (B) XFC-cycled graphite electrode (9C for 450 cycles). The decreasing diameter and thickness of the outer glass capillary in the images from left to right in (A) is due to its funnel-like geometry. The grayscale bar on the right has arbitrary units (a.u.) and was created using 32 bit images in ImageJ.

Figure from the paper "Simultaneous neutron and X-ray tomography for visualization of graphite electrode degradation in fast-charged lithium-ion batteries" by Maha Yusuf, Jacob M. LaManna , Partha P. Paul, David N. Agyeman-Budu, Chuntian Cao, Alison R. Dunlop, Andrew N. Jansen, Bryant J. Polzin, Stephen E. Trask, Tanvir R. Tanim, Eric J. Dufek, Vivek Thampy, Hans-Georg Steinrück, Michael F. Toney and Johanna Nelson Weker  published in Cell Reports Physical Science Volume 3, Issue 11, 16 November 2022, 101145.

This paper was published under the Creative Commons Attribution international Public Licence and permission for displaying this figure was given by Jacob LaManna.

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