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Waste biomass conversion to energy storage material (2024)


Dos Reis, G. S., Tuomikoski, S., Bergna, D., Larsson, S., Thyrel, M., de Oliveira, H. P., Molaiyan, P., & Lassi, U. (2024). Waste biomass conversion to energy storage material. In A. Sarkar, & U. Lassi (Eds.), Processing of Biomass Waste : Technological Upgradation and Advancement (pp. 285-304). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-95179-1.00020-7


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All authors or editorsDos Reis, Glaydson Simões; Tuomikoski, Sari; Bergna, Davide; Larsson, Sylvia; Thyrel, Mikael; de Oliveira, Helinando Pequeno; Molaiyan, Palanivel; Lassi, Ulla

Parent publicationProcessing of Biomass Waste : Technological Upgradation and Advancement

Parent publication editorsSarkar, Angana; Lassi, Ulla

ISBN978-0-323-95179-1

eISBN978-0-323-95180-7

Publication year2024

Publication date03/05/2024

Pages range285-304

Number of pages in the book431

PublisherElsevier

Place of PublicationAmsterdam

Publication countryNetherlands

Publication languageEnglish

DOIhttps://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-323-95179-1.00020-7

Publication open accessNot open

Publication channel open access


Abstract

This chapter provides a summary of the use of biomass residues as sustainable and efficient precursors to synthesize biomass-derived carbon materials to be used as anode for supercapacitors (SCs) and battery systems, including Lithium-ion (LIBs), Sodium-ion (NIBs), and Potassium-ion (KIBs) batteries. It mainly focuses on analyzing the relationship between biomass precursor’s composition, synthesis preparation, biomass-derived biochars structure, and electrochemical performance. Firstly, the chapter addresses the influence of biomass composition on the resulting biochar material quality and properties. Secondly, the biomass precursors and general methods for processing biomass to prepare biomass-derived carbon materials are discussed. Thirdly, the necessary conditions influencing the resulting biomass-derived carbon materials’ physical and chemical properties are briefly outlined. Then, the relationship between biomass-derived carbon material properties and electrochemical performance is discussed, focusing on physicochemical characteristics.


Keywordsbiocharrecovery (recapture)biomass (industry)waste treatmentelectrodeslithium-ion batterieselectrochemistry


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Ministry reportingYes

Reporting Year2024

Preliminary JUFO rating2


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