This work reports the formation of both solid and hollow lignin micro- and nanofibers, at room temperature and without polymer binders, by co-electrospinning. These fibers, after thermal stabilization, are carbonized to produce hollow and solid carbon nanofibers (see figure) with specific surface areas similar to values found for active carbon.
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