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||2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||Advanced Materials for Energy Conversion and Storage
||Preparation and Characterization of Eupatorium Adenophorum-derived Activated Carbon by Microwave-heating KOH and K2CO3 Activation
||Li Chunyang, Zhang Libo, Xia Hongying, Cheng Song, Shu Jianhua
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Eupatorium adenophorum-derived activated carbon was prepared by chemical activation with KOH and K2CO3 at different carbonization temperature, impregnation ratio and microwave power. All of these parameters produced a high-development of porous structure. Optimized conditions were obtained at 500℃ with an impregnation ratio of 4:1 and microwave power of 800W, where apparent surface area is 1410m2/g and microporous is 0.93cm3/g. The eupatorium adenophorum-derived activated carbon present a high oxidation functional groups, due to the presence of hydroxyl on the carbon surface. Potassium is being active to form lots of microporous by evaporating in high-temperature activation process.
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