Preparation of Ultramicroporous Materials by Fluidized-Bed Pyrolytic Deposition of Carbon in Pores of a Carbon Matrix
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Samples of microporous materials were prepared by pyrolytic deposition of carbon from divinyl in a fluidized bed reactor onto carbon supports obtained from coconut and pine nut shells. The influence exerted on the adsorption capacity for CO2 by the divinyl pyrolysis temperature (in the range 600–750°С) and degree of densification (in the range 6–22%) was studied. Carbon deposition conditions ensuring the specific surface area (SBET) lower than 5 m2 g–1 at the adsorption capacity for СО2 higher than 1 mmol g–1 for both samples were found.
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