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Editor: David Smith; Editorial Board Chairs: Matthias Beller, Gabriele Centi, Licheng Sun

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August 19, 2017

VIP: Voronoi-Tessellated Graphite Produced by Low-Temperature Catalytic Graphitization from Renewable Resources

Leyi Zhao, Dr. Xiuyun Zhao, Luke T. Burke, Prof. J. Craig Bennett, Prof. Richard A. Dunlap and Prof. Mark N. Obrovac

Voronoi-Tessellated Graphite Produced by Low-Temperature Catalytic Graphitization from Renewable Resources

Magnificent magnesium: Conventional artificial graphite is made at 3000 °C from graphitizable precursors. We present a method of making graphite from renewable hard carbon resources— at much lower temperatures (800 to 1000 °C) in the presence of a Mg catalyst. The catalyzed graphite is highly crystalline and is composed of special Voronoi-tessellated structure.

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