Jenny Stanford Publishing
304 pages | 1 Color Illus. | 86 B/W Illus.
Agricultural and food industry waste materials have been an important feedstock for activated carbon production for many years. In the development of cleaner energy production and utilization processes, new advanced carbon materials with enhanced properties have been studied. Techniques to tailor pore structure and surface chemistry can produce better carbon materials for energy storage, electrode materials, and selective adsorption of pollutants. This book surveys available waste materials and processes for carbon production and then reviews the recent developments in the use of carbon materials for energy storage, as catalyst supports, and for environmental applications.
Characterization of the Surface Chemistry of Green Carbons, C. Ania
Preparation of Carbon Materials from Lignocellulosic Biomass, C. Nieto-Delgado and J. Rene Rangel Mendez
Adsorbed Natural Gas and Hydrogen Storage, J. Alcañiz-Monge, D. Lozano-Castelló, D. Cazorla-Amorós, and A. Linares-Solano
Biomass Derived Carbons for Supercapacitor Electrodes, T.E. Rufford, E. Fiset, D Hulicova-Jurcakova, and Z.H.Zhu
Cellulose-Based Nanostructured Carbons for PEMFC Electrocatalysts and Primary Li Batteries, J. Rooke, R. Sescousse, T. Budtova, S. Berthon-Fabry, B. Simon, and M. Chatenet
Environmental and Green Chemistry Applications of Nanoporous Carbons, J. Matos
Removal of Toxic Gases on Activated Carbons, T. Bandoz
Conventional and Tailored Activated Carbons for Removing Natural Organic Matter and Targeted Compounds from Drinking Water, F.S. Cannon and C. Nieto-Delgado
Adsorption of Volatile Organic Vapors, P. Lodewyckx
Carbon Foam as Radionuclide Trap Material for Sodium Cooled Fast Reactor, P. Jana and V. Ganesan