Conversations with OLI Experts

on the Science of Electrolyte Chemistry

Welcome to OLI's new ‘Conversations with OLI Experts’ digital series on the science of electrolyte chemistry.  Each episode features a short podcast with an OLI technical expert, a written transcript and technical article.  These are complimentary grab-and-go resources developed by our technology experts on the latest technologies.

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Vineeth Ram

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AJ Gerbino

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Arjun Ramesh

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Lisa Williams

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Ali Eslamimanesh

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Ron Springer

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Peiming Wang

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Jim Berthold 

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Gaurav Das

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Andre Anderko

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Ezequiel Vicent

Want more information? Check out our accompanying Conversations with OLI experts Webinar series.

These are complimentary 60-minute on-demand webinars with our technology experts on the latest technologies.

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Extraction of Rare Earth Elements (REEs) from secondary sources using electrolyte simulation

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Technical architecture and capabilities of the new OLI Cloud Platform

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HF Alkylation in Refining: Thermodynamics and process simulation to mitigate corrosion

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The Thermodynamic Foundations of Corrosion

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Modeling of Corrosion of Corrosion Resistance Alloys

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Lithium Mining: Maximizing yields

and lowering costs with electrolyte simulations

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Thermodynamic Modeling Mineral Scaling in Oil and Gas environments up to Ultra High Pressures and Temperatures

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The new OLI Cloud Platform for industrial digital transformation

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The Science of Adsorption and Ion Exchange for Industrial Water Treatment

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Electrolyte Chemistry Analysis Capabilities in Industrial Process Simulators

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Rare Earth Elements (REE)

Developing Efficient Extraction and Purification Processes

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Mitigating Corrosion Risk

in Pipelines and Ships during Carbon Transportation