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Haoran Wei, Dr. Shubo Deng, Bingyin Hu, Dr. Zhenhe Chen, Dr. Bin Wang, Dr. Jun Huang and Dr. Gang Yu Granular Bamboo-Derived Activated Carbon for High CO2 Adsorption: The Dominant Role of Narrow Micropores ChemSusChem 5

Version of Record online: 6 NOV 2012 | DOI: 10.1002/cssc.201200570

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Accurate micropores for CO2 sorption: Granular bamboo-derived activated carbon prepared through KOH activation has a high CO2 adsorption of 7.0 mmol g−1 (at 273 K and 1 bar), which is higher than almost all carbonaceous adsorbents. A more accurate micropore range contributing to CO2 adsorption is proposed. The volume of micropores in the range of 0.33–0.82 nm has a good linear relationship with CO2 adsorption (see figure).

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