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Nina Fechler, Tim-Patrick Fellinger and Markus Antonietti “Salt Templating”: A Simple and Sustainable Pathway toward Highly Porous Functional Carbons from Ionic Liquids Advanced Materials 25

Version of Record online: 2 OCT 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/adma.201203422

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A facile method to fabricate high-surface area functional carbons via convenient “salt templating” is presented. Exemplarily, nitrogen- as well as nitrogen-/boron-co-doped carbons were synthesized using ionic liquids as precursors and eutectics as porogen. The porogen is easily removable with water and the porosities can be adjusted from micro- to mesoporous depending on the salt nature and amount.

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