Structural evolution of porous graphitic carbon nanosheets based on quinonyl decomposition for supercapacitor electrodes

Volume: 537, Pages: 147824 - 147824
Published: Jan 1, 2021
Abstract
Porous graphitic carbon nanosheets (MNC-x) with well-developed porosity and appropriate heteroatom doping are prepared by directly carbonizing sodium lignosulfonate in inert atmosphere. Interestingly, MNC-900 prepared at 900 °C shows sharp increases in specific surface area, carbon to oxygen atom ratio, graphitization degree and electrical conductivity compared with MNC-800 prepared at 800 °C, which are mainly attributed to the quinonyl...
Paper Details
Title
Structural evolution of porous graphitic carbon nanosheets based on quinonyl decomposition for supercapacitor electrodes
Published Date
Jan 1, 2021
Volume
537
Pages
147824 - 147824
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