Synthesis and Modification of Carbon Inverse Opal Nanostructres Based on Anthracene and Their Electrochemical Characteristics
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Carbon structures with the inverse opal lattice modified with nickel compounds have been synthesized by the template method. The carbon precursor is anthracene, whose molecule has a planar structure consisting of three benzene rings. The resulting nanostructures are characterized by X-ray diffraction, scanning and high-resolution transmission electron spectroscopy, and gas adsorption–desorption. Electrochemical characteristics of composites being used as the electrode material are measured.
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