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|Title:||Superior CO₂ uptake of N-doped activated carbon through hydrogen-bonding interaction|
|Other Titles:||Superior CO(2) uptake of N-doped activated carbon through hydrogen-bonding interaction|
|Citation:||Energy & Environmental Science, 2012; 5(6):7323-7327|
|Publisher:||Royal Society of Chemistry|
|Wei Xing, Chao Liu, Ziyan Zhou, Lei Zhang, Jin Zhou, Shuping Zhuo, Zifeng Yan, Hong Gao, Guiqiang Wang and Shi Zhang Qiao|
|Abstract:||Here we show that the introduction of N into a carbon surface facilitates the hydrogen-bonding interactions between the carbon surface and CO₂ molecules, which accounts for the superior CO₂ uptake of the N-doped activated carbons. This new finding challenges the long-held viewpoint that acid–base interactions between N-containing basic functional groups and acidic CO₂ gas are responsible for the enhanced CO₂ capture capacity of N-doped carbons.|
|Appears in Collections:||Chemical Engineering publications|
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