Having the opportunity to do an internship at the National Battery Research Institute (NBRI) was a very valuable experience. As , I am a chemical engineering student from Universitas Pertamina. Currently I really need knowledge and experience in the field of chemical engineering. I got this experience after doing an internship at the National Battery Research Institute. I learned many things during my internship at the National Battery Research Institute, one of which I learned how the NMC battery works and was able to know firsthand the elements used for the manufacture of NMC battery cathode materials, on this opportunity. I made the cathode material for the NMC 532 battery where combines Nickel Manganate and Cobalt in a 5:3:2 ratio as its main components.
Everything was easy when I did an internship at the National Battery Research Institute because I was guided by people who are experienced in their fields, thus preventing the risk of accidents occurring in the laboratory while experimenting. The interesting thing when I did my internship at the national battery research institute was that I could see nickel, manganate, and cobalt as well as other chemicals for the first time, and I was also able to experiment by myself of course with the guidance of experienced people. For the first time I also know the specific properties of some chemicals such as Nickel, manganate, and cobalt.
Thanks to the National Battery Research Institute for the best opportunity over the past one month. I also want to thank Prof. Evvy Kartini for the chance she gave to me so I can do an internship at the National Battery Research Institute. I really appreciate the time given by her as an Indonesian battery and nuclear expert.
|Date||:||10 August 2021|