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Preparation of porous carbon from bio-treated orange waste

発表形態:
原著論文
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その他
単著・共著:
共著
発表年月:
2008年
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指定なし
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日本語フィールド

著者:
T.Watari, R.Chand, D.Tomita, T.Torikai, M.Yada
題名:
Preparation of porous carbon from bio-treated orange waste
発表情報:
Proc. of the 24th Int. Korea-Japan Seminar on Ceramics ページ: 171-174
キーワード:
概要:
Porous carbon honeycombs were prepared by heating bacteria-treated orange wastes under an inert atmosphere. The weight loss on carbonizing the waste increased linearly with the treatment temperature between 100�C and 400�C, and it was almost constant, 70mass%, between 400�C and 900�C, but it increased to 80mass% at 1000�C. The resulting honeycomb contained KCl phase. The specific surface area (SSA) of as-produced honeycomb changed with the treatment temperature, 50-135 m2/g, and it increased by eliminating KCl with water. The SSA value of the washed honeycomb took a maximum value at 800�C (240(BET method)-295(t-plot method)m2/g). The micropore size of the honeycomb showed a bimodal distribution, whose size were 0.6-0.8nm and 1.5nm.
抄録:
Porous carbon honeycombs were prepared by heating bacteria-treated orange wastes under an inert atmosphere. The weight loss on carbonizing the waste increased linearly with the treatment temperature between 100�C and 400�C, and it was almost constant, 70mass%, between 400�C and 900�C, but it increased to 80mass% at 1000�C. The resulting honeycomb contained KCl phase. The specific surface area (SSA) of as-produced honeycomb changed with the treatment temperature, 50-135 m2/g, and it increased by eliminating KCl with water. The SSA value of the washed honeycomb took a maximum value at 800�C (240(BET method)-295(t-plot method)m2/g). The micropore size of the honeycomb showed a bimodal distribution, whose size were 0.6-0.8nm and 1.5nm.

英語フィールド

Author:
T.Watari, R.Chand, D.Tomita, T.Torikai, M.Yada
Title:
Preparation of porous carbon from bio-treated orange waste
Announcement information:
Proc. of the 24th Int. Korea-Japan Seminar on Ceramics Page: 171-174
An abstract:
Porous carbon honeycombs were prepared by heating bacteria-treated orange wastes under an inert atmosphere. The weight loss on carbonizing the waste increased linearly with the treatment temperature between 100�C and 400�C, and it was almost constant, 70mass%, between 400�C and 900�C, but it increased to 80mass% at 1000�C. The resulting honeycomb contained KCl phase. The specific surface area (SSA) of as-produced honeycomb changed with the treatment temperature, 50-135 m2/g, and it increased by eliminating KCl with water. The SSA value of the washed honeycomb took a maximum value at 800�C (240(BET method)-295(t-plot method)m2/g). The micropore size of the honeycomb showed a bimodal distribution, whose size were 0.6-0.8nm and 1.5nm.
An abstract:
Porous carbon honeycombs were prepared by heating bacteria-treated orange wastes under an inert atmosphere. The weight loss on carbonizing the waste increased linearly with the treatment temperature between 100�C and 400�C, and it was almost constant, 70mass%, between 400�C and 900�C, but it increased to 80mass% at 1000�C. The resulting honeycomb contained KCl phase. The specific surface area (SSA) of as-produced honeycomb changed with the treatment temperature, 50-135 m2/g, and it increased by eliminating KCl with water. The SSA value of the washed honeycomb took a maximum value at 800�C (240(BET method)-295(t-plot method)m2/g). The micropore size of the honeycomb showed a bimodal distribution, whose size were 0.6-0.8nm and 1.5nm.


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