zeolite-templated carbon as an ordered microporous electrode

Effect of Heteroatoms in Ordered Microporous Carbons

2016/11/22To gain insight into the intrinsic effects of heteroatoms on the electrochemical capacitive behaviors, zeolite-templated carbon (ZTC) may be the most suitable candidate. ZTC is an ordered microporous carbon with a uniform micropore size of 1.2 nm, a high surface area, and a large micropore volume.

Revival of Zeolite‐Templated Nanocarbon Materials:

Recently, an ordered microporous carbon material templated by EMC‐2 zeolite (EMT) was reported by Parmentier et al. Long‐range ordering in the material was revealed, which derived from the negative replication of the zeolite template. The structure of as

Zeolite

Zeolite-Templated Carbon as an Order Zeolite-Templated Carbon as an Ordered Microporous Electrode for Aluminum Batteries High surface area porous carbon frameworks exhibit potential advantages over crystalline graphite as an electrochemical energy storage material owing to the possibility of faster ion transport and up to double the ion capacity, assuming a surface-based

The Large Electrochemical Capacitance of Microporous

Such features simultaneously present in the carbon result in it being ideal for use as an electrode in a supercapacitor. Although presenting a moderately developed specific surface area ( S BET = 1680 m 2 g –1 ), the templated carbon material displays a large gravimetric capacitance (340 F g –1 ) in aqueous media because of the combined electrochemical activity of the heteroatoms and the

Electrochemical generation of oxygen

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The Large Electrochemical Capacitance of Microporous

A novel microporous templated carbon material doped with nitrogen is synthesized by using a two‐step nanocasting process using acrylonitrile (AN) and propylene as precursors, and Na–Y zeolite as a scaffold. Liquid‐phase impregnation and in situ polymerization of

The Large Electrochemical Capacitance of Microporous

A novel microporous templated carbon material doped with nitrogen is synthesized by using a two‐step nanocasting process using acrylonitrile (AN) and propylene as precursors, and Na–Y zeolite as a scaffold. Liquid‐phase impregnation and in situ polymerization of

Zeolite

Zeolite-Templated Carbon as an Order Zeolite-Templated Carbon as an Ordered Microporous Electrode for Aluminum Batteries High surface area porous carbon frameworks exhibit potential advantages over crystalline graphite as an electrochemical energy storage material owing to the possibility of faster ion transport and up to double the ion capacity, assuming a surface-based

Frontiers

The carbon prepared from FAU and other zeolites is also known as zeolite-templated carbon (ZTC). Thus far, these materials have shown great potential in energy storage applications ( Nishihara and Kyotani, 2012 ), such as electrochemical capacitors and hydrogen storages, due to their inherently high surface area ( Ma et al., 2001 ) and high electrical conductivity ( Lee et al., 2017 ).

Hirotomo Nishihara

In this talk, a unique ordered microporous carbon, zeolite-templated carbon (ZTC), will be introduced as a new type of high-performance electrode material for ECs. From their excellent electrical conductivity and relatively high surface areas, single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) and graphenes are often mentioned as promising electrode materials for ECs.

The Large Electrochemical Capacitance of Microporous

Such features simultaneously present in the carbon result in it being ideal for use as an electrode in a supercapacitor. Although presenting a moderately developed specific surface area ( S BET = 1680 m 2 g –1 ), the templated carbon material displays a large gravimetric capacitance (340 F g –1 ) in aqueous media because of the combined electrochemical activity of the heteroatoms and the

Study on Electrochemical Capacitance using Templated Carbons Estudio de la capacidad electroqumica mediante carbon

zeolite, a microporous inorganic crystal, is used as a template, an ordered microporous carbon, zeolite-templated carbon (ZTC) can be produced [1, 4-6], according to the scheme shown in Figure 1. Figure 1. A synthesis scheme of ZTC together with TEM

Zeolite

2017/3/1We investigate this concept by employing zeolite-templated carbon (ZTC) as the cathode in an aluminum battery based on a chloroaluminate ionic liquid electrolyte. Its ultrahigh surface area and dense, conductive network of homogeneous channels (12 in width) render ZTC suitable for the fast, dense storage of AlCl4- ions (6 in ionic diameter).

Pseudocapacitance of zeolite

We have recently reported that zeolite-templated carbon (ZTC), an ordered microporous carbonprepared by using zeolite as a hard template [10,11], has a very large amount of active edge sites, namely ca. 10 times larger than the amount of ordinary activated 2

Investigation of the ion storage/transfer behavior in an

An ordered microporous carbon, which was prepared with zeolite as a template, was used as a model material to understand the ion storage/transfer behavior in electrical double-layer capacitor (EDLC). Several types of such zeolite-templated carbons (ZTCs) with

Structure and sorption properties of a zeolite

An ordered microporous carbon material was prepared by the nanocasting process using the EMC-2 zeolite (EMT structure type) as a hard template. X-ray diffraction (XRD) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) revealed long-range ordering in the material that resulted from the negative replication of the host template.

Electrochemical generation of oxygen

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Development of N

N-doped carbons were fabricated from zeolite-templated carbon via modification with melamine and mild KOH activation. The N-doping treatment and KOH activation slightly lowered the surface areas of pristine zeolite-templated carbon; nonetheless, N-doped carbons with a lower surface area exhibited much higher capacitance and cycling stability as fabricated into symmetric supercapacitor

Scalable synthesis of zeolite

2020/11/1Zeolite-templated carbons (ZTCs) have unique ordered microporous structures composed of 3-dimensionally connected graphene nanoribbons and buckybowl-like frameworks. ZTCs can exhibit extra-large surface areas, narrow micropore size distributions, and electrical conductivity, which make them promising for adsorption, catalysis, and energy storage.

Frontiers

The carbon prepared from FAU and other zeolites is also known as zeolite-templated carbon (ZTC). Thus far, these materials have shown great potential in energy storage applications ( Nishihara and Kyotani, 2012 ), such as electrochemical capacitors and hydrogen storages, due to their inherently high surface area ( Ma et al., 2001 ) and high electrical conductivity ( Lee et al., 2017 ).

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2 Zeolite-templated carbon (ZTC) [1] is an ordered microporous carbon which is synthesized by using zeolite as a hard template. ZTC has a very large specific surface area and exhibits a high electric double-layer capacitance with excellent rate capability in an

Boron and nitrogen co

1 Supplementary Information Boron and nitrogen co-doped ordered microporous carbons with high surface area Alberto Castro-Muiz, a Hirotomo Nishihara,*, a Tetsuya Hirota, Mao Ohwada,a Li Li-Xiang,b Tetsuya Tsuda, c Susumu Kuwabata, Jun Maruyama,d and Takashi Kyotania

Structure and sorption properties of a zeolite

An ordered microporous carbon material was prepared by the nanocasting process using the EMC-2 zeolite (EMT structure type) as a hard template. X-ray diffraction (XRD) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) revealed long-range ordering in the material that resulted from the negative replication of the host template.

Development of N

N-doped carbons were fabricated from zeolite-templated carbon via modification with melamine and mild KOH activation. The N-doping treatment and KOH activation slightly lowered the surface areas of pristine zeolite-templated carbon; nonetheless, N-doped carbons with a lower surface area exhibited much higher capacitance and cycling stability as fabricated into symmetric supercapacitor.

Synthesis of zeolite

2021/4/1Zeolite-templated carbon is obtained using common organic solvents as carbon sources. • In situ mass analysis reveals solvent decomposition into propylene, ethylene and H 2 O. Zeolite-templated synthesis of ordered microporous carbons was performed with Ca 2+ ion-exchanged Y and beta zeolites, where the conventionally used carbon source gases (e.g., ethylene and propylene)

Electrochemical generation of oxygen

2013/4/1A good example of these materials is the zeolite templated carbon (ZTC), an ordered microporous carbon which is synthesized by using zeolite Y as a hard template,, . This material comprises a 3-dimensionally ordered network of buckybowl-like nanographenes, with a well-defined pore size of 1.2 nm, which preserves the long-range ordering with the same periodicity as the spacing (1 1

The Large Electrochemical Capacitance of Microporous Doped Carbon Obtained by Using a Zeolite

1 The Large Electrochemical Capacitance of Microporous Doped Carbon Obtained by Using a Zeolite Template By Conchi O Ania, Volodymir Khomenko, Encarnacin Raymundo-Piero, Jos B Parra, Franois Bguin* A novel microporous template carbon doped

Structure and sorption properties of a zeolite

An ordered microporous carbon material was prepared by the nanocasting process using the EMC-2 zeolite (EMT structure type) as a hard template. X-ray diffraction (XRD) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) revealed long-range ordering in the material that resulted from the negative replication of the host template.

Effect of Heteroatoms in Ordered Microporous Carbons

2016/11/22To gain insight into the intrinsic effects of heteroatoms on the electrochemical capacitive behaviors, zeolite-templated carbon (ZTC) may be the most suitable candidate. ZTC is an ordered microporous carbon with a uniform micropore size of 1.2 nm, a high surface area, and a large micropore volume.

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