Ultrahigh gas storage both at low and high pressures in KOH-activated carbonized porous aromatic frameworks.
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AbstractThe carbonized PAF-1 derivatives formed by high-temperature KOH activation showed a unique bimodal microporous structure located at 0.6 nm and 1.2 nm and high surface area. These robust micropores were confirmed by nitrogen sorption experiment and high-resolution transmission electron microscopy (TEM). Carbon dioxide, methane and hydrogen sorption experiments indicated that these novel porous carbon materials have significant gas sorption abilities in both low-pressure and high-pressure environments. Moreover the methane storage ability of K-PAF-1-750 is among the best at 35 bars, and its low-pressure gas adsorption abilities are also comparable to the best porous materials in the world. Combined with excellent physicochemical stability, these materials are very promising for industrial applications such as carbon dioxide capture and high-density clean energy storage.
CitationLi Y, Ben T, Zhang B, Fu Y, Qiu S (2013) Ultrahigh Gas Storage both at Low and High Pressures in KOH-Activated Carbonized Porous Aromatic Frameworks. Scientific Reports 3. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep02420.
SponsorsThis work was supported by the National Basic Research Program of China (2011CB808703, 2012CB821700), National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant nos. 91022030, 21261130584), "111'' project (B07016), Award Project of KAUST (CRG-1-2012-LAI-009) and Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Development Center Project (20120061130012).
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