Carbonization of peat under the action of microwave radiation was used to produce a microporous carbon material. The effect of the carbonization process parameters on the physicochemical, structural, and adsorption properties of the carbon material was examined. It was shown that the carbonization results in that the content of charged surface areas decreases due to the destruction of functional organic compounds, thee appears porosity, and the adsorption properties of the carbon material are improved.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: May 26, 2015
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