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Biomass derived phosphorous containing porous carbon material for hydrogen storage and high-performance supercapacitor applications
A. Ariharan, K. Ramesh, R. Vinayagamoorthi, M.S. Rani, B. Viswanathan, , V. Nandhakumar
Published in Elsevier Ltd
Volume: 35
Here in we report a facile method of self-phosphorous doped porous carbon by a simple carbonization route (without using any activation process) under argon gas atmosphere. The as-prepared material with high surface area of 756 m2 g−1 shown high H2 storage capacity of ∼1.75 wt% at 298 K and 100 bars. Also, it exhibited a high specific capacitance of 253 Fg−1 at the current density of 1 A g−1. Further, it also showed the capacitive retention of ∼95% at the current density of 5 A g−1 for 10,000 cycles. Interestingly, a carbon material with porous structure is predominantly inspiring as they are cost-effective and ease to synthesis for industrial applications. Biomass derived self-phosphorous doped porous carbon is considered as a superior material for supercapacitor and hydrogen storage applications. It is shown high performance for both the applications, due to its exceptional chemical stability, conductivity, micro-meso porosity, high specific surface area, cost-effectiveness and sustainability. © 2020 Elsevier Ltd
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