Lignocellulisic Nanopouros Carbon Materials for Fuel Cells
Summary of the Doctoral Thesis
Ance Pļavniece, Riga Technical University, Latvia
Studies have shown that high-efficiency micro- and mesoporous activated carbon with high added value can be obtained on the basis of lignocellulose biomass in a three-stage thermochemical process.
A methodology has been developed for the synthesis of nitrogen-doped activated carbon by synthesis with dicyandiamide in dimethylformamide suspension as a raw material using wood, its processing residues and wood char.