Qilang Lin

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Lignosulfonate/poly(2-ethylaniline) (LS-PEA) composite nanospheres were prepared via in situ polymerization of 2-ethylaniline (EA) with lignosulfonate (LS) as a dispersant. LS-PEA nanospheres with an average diameter of 155 nm were obtained at an optimal LS concentration of 20 wt.%. Subsequently, nitrogen-containing carbon nanospheres were fabricated via(More)
Novel poly(N-ethylaniline)/lignosulfonate (PNA-LS) composites were prepared via an in situ polymerization of N-ethylaniline (NA) with lignosulfonate (LS) as a dispersant. Nitrogen-containing carbon materials were obtained by direct pyrolysis of the PNA-LS composites at the pyrolytic temperatures ranging from 300°C to 1200°C. The as-prepared PNA-LS(More)
Self-assembled poly(N-methylaniline)-lignosulfonate (PNMA-LS) composite spheres with reactive silver-ion adsorbability were prepared from N-methylaniline by using lignosulfonate (LS) as a dispersant. The results show that the PNMA-LS composite consisted of spheres with good size distribution and an average diameter of 1.03-1.27 μm, and the spheres were(More)
Nitrogen-doped graphene with in-plane porous structure was fabricated by simple co-pyrolysis of lignosulfonate and graphene oxide in the presence of urea. Lignosulfonate first performs as a dispersant adsorbed on the surface of graphene oxide to prevent the aggregation of graphene oxide sheets for preparing homogeneous nitrogen-containing precursor, and(More)
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