H2 storage in microporous carbons from PEEK precursors
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Large surface area (524-3275 m2/g) microporous carbons (MPCs) derived from poly (etheretherketone), or PEEK, have been synthesized and categorized for their roles as H2 storage materials. It was found that, because of their very large surface areas (≥3000 m2/g), larg cumulative pore volumes (∼ 1.7 cm3/g), and small pore sizes (predominantly ≤ nm), these materials displayed impressive H2 sorption properties, including excess gravimetric and volumetric H2 storage capacities of approximately 5 wt % and 35 g/L, respectively, at 77 K and 20 bar. © 2010 American Chemical Society.
Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1021/jp102178z
Publication InfoMcNicholas, TP; Wang, A; O'Neill, K; Anderson, RJ; Stadie, NP; Kleinhammes, A; ... Liu, J (2010). H2 storage in microporous carbons from PEEK precursors. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 114(32). pp. 13902-13908. 10.1021/jp102178z. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/4067.
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George Barth Geller Distinguished Professor of Chemistry
Dr. Liu’s research interests are focusing on the chemistry and material science of nanoscale materials. Specific topics in his current research program include: Self-assembly of nanostructures; Preparation and chemical functionalization of single walled carbon nanotubes; Developing carbon nanotube based chemical and biological sensors; SPM based fabrication and modification of functional nanostructures.