Synthesis of porous carbon materials from wood waste pre-treated with water
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The possibility of producing porous carbon materials from birch sawdust exposed to natural decomposition in water was demonstrated. It was established that the carbon material carbonized at 800°C was of a specific surface area nearly by one order of magnitude higher than that of a product produced using ordinary sawdust under the same conditions. It was suggested that developing porous structure of the carbon product was due to structural changes in wood mainly by reducing an amount of α-cellulose and its interaction with water.
KeywordsLignin Water Treatment Sawdust Carbon Product Wood Structure
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