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Thank you very much to Kristian Kvamme! :)

Do you need a passivation layer if you have a solid state electrolyte?

Solid state batteries will be both safer and more energy dense!

Nananananannanannan, BATLAB!

Quasicapacitive cathodes have harnessed a lot of attention and money!

Preliminary results show that TiO2 is the better coating.

I guess if you don't have liquids, you also don't have flammable liquids.

These include inflammable liquids, temperature stability and no liquids.

Kristian gives some motivation for solid state batteries.

Cool animations of charging and recharging a Li-ion battery

Kristian is presenting a short recap on how Lithium-ion batteries work.

They made the logo themselves, and it looks very nice!

Cathode coatings and solid state electrolytes!

(UiO = the University of Oslo).

He's talk concern: Thin film electrolytes at UiO

Please welcome Kristian Kvamme!

**Why is performance decreased with increased Ytrium content?

First major technical problem!

Thank you to Katarzyna Świrk!

Addition of Yttrium didn't seem to affect catalytic performance

By dry reforming of methane they test the catalytic performance, which is clearly better for the catalysts prepared with DLH.

Using XRD they were able to calculate the crystallite size of the catalyst.

Katarzyna first synthesizes the double-layered hydroxides then characterizes and performs catalytic tests where she checks the performance of the resulting catalyst.

Double-layered hydroxides, are used as a precursor to the catalysts.

The catalysts she is interested in are nickel-based, which has many advantages. One of these advantages is that they are cheap catalysts.

Katarzyna will focus on chemical conversion of CO2

We are live! Please welcome Katarzyna Świrk and her talk on Ce,Y-modified double-layered hydroxides as catalysts for dry methane reforming: The effect of yttrium promotion