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Zhang, Z.; et al. (2019): In-situ ion-activated carbon nanospheres with tunable ultramicroporosity for superior CO2 capture

Zhang, Z.; Luo, D.; Lui, G.; Li, G.; Jiang, G.; Cano, Z. et al. (2019): In-situ ion-activated carbon nanospheres with tunable ultramicroporosity for superior CO2 capture. In: Carbon 143, S. 531–541. DOI: 10.1016/j.carbon.2018.10.096.

"Ultramicroporous carbon materials play a critical role in CO2 capture and separation, however facile approaches to design ultramicroporous carbon with controllable amount, ratio and size of pores are still challenging. [...] This work provides a novel and facile guideline to engineer carbon materials with abundant and tunable ultramicroporosity towards superior CO2 capture performance, which also delivers great potential in extensive applications such as water purification, catalysis, and energy storage."

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