Hollow-cathode Lamp cathode” is what this term refers to. It is the kind of cathode used in the hollow-cathode lamp, a particular kind of gas discharge lamp.
A particular kind of discharge lamp used for atomic absorption spectroscopy and other analytical methods is called a hollow-cathode lamp. It is made up of a glass tube that is partially filled with a metal vapour and a low-pressure gas (often an inert gas like neon or argon).
The cathode of the lamp is fashioned like a hollow cylinder and is constructed from the same metal as the vapour. The metal vapour in the lamp is activated by an electric current, which causes it to emit light at particular wavelengths. This light can be used to determine the metal’s composition in a sample and to identify it.
The HLM cathode is made to run at a low current and emit the metal vapour in a steady, long-lasting manner. It is made of a very pure metal and has a hollow design to increase the lamp’s efficacy.
A vital part of the hollow-cathode lamp, the HLM cathode is important for defining the precision and sensitivity of the analytical measurement.
Global HLM cathode market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Manganese-rich battery material technology for electric vehicles is being industrialised by Umicore. Umicore is beginning the industrialization of its ground-breaking HLM (high lithium, manganese) cathode active materials (CAM) technology, with a target year of 2026 for commercial manufacturing and EV deployment.
This significant achievement expands Umicore’s wide spectrum of NMC (nickel, manganese, cobalt) battery materials for high performance, long-range EVs and introduces a distinctly competitive technology to existing design-to-cost battery technologies for EVs.
HLM is becoming more popular among auto and battery cell producers as a distinctively low-cost, high-energy-density, and environmentally friendly battery technology.
With greater driving ranges, comparable safety, much more consistent SOC (state of charge) monitoring, and superior recyclability, HLM offers a lower total cost of ownership than LFP. Umicore recycles these battery components on a large-scale basis.
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