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Solid-State Carbon Dots with Red Fluorescence and Efficient Construction of Dual-Fluorescence Morphologies.
Stable solid-state red fluorescence from organosilane-functionalized carbon dots (CDs) with sizes around 3 nm is reported for the first time and a novel method for the efficient construction of dual-fluorescence morphologies is first reported. Expand
Ultrahigh-surface-area hierarchical porous carbon from chitosan: acetic acid mediated efficient synthesis and its application in superior supercapacitors
The development of an effective route to high-performance carbonaceous electrode materials derived from low-cost biomass is critical but remains challenging for supercapacitors. Here we propose a newExpand
Hierarchical porous carbons: design, preparation, and performance in energy storage
Hierarchical porous carbons (HPCs) possess a multimodal pore size distribution of micro-, meso-, and/or macropores, and thus show high electrochemically accessible surface area, short diffusionExpand
Direct fabrication of bimodal mesoporous carbon by nanocasting
Abstract Bimodal mesoporous carbons were successfully prepared by a simple one-step templating method. The template of large mesopores in our method is the in situ formed silica nano-agglomerate fromExpand
From biomass wastes to vertically aligned graphene nanosheet arrays: A catalyst-free synthetic strategy towards high-quality graphene for electrochemical energy storage
Abstract In this contribution, the well-developed, 3D vertically aligned graphene nanosheet arrays (VAGNAs) are prepared via a simple and environmentally friendly hydrothermal carbonization approachExpand
Silica nanonetwork confined in nitrogen-doped ordered mesoporous carbon framework for high-performance lithium-ion battery anodes.
A new class of nitrogen-doped ordered mesoporous carbon/silica (N-OMC/SiO2) nanocomposites was successfully fabricated via a multi-constituent co-assembly strategy and demonstrated high capacity, good cycling and excellent rate properties. Expand
Rational synthesis of highly porous carbon from waste bagasse for advanced supercapacitor application.
The development of ultrahigh-surface-area biomass-based carbonaceous electrode materials is a major science and engineering challenge for high-performance supercapacitors. Here we present a type ofExpand
Facile synthesis of ultrahigh-surface-area hollow carbon nanospheres for enhanced adsorption and energy storage
It is reported that high surface area of up to 3,022 m2 g−1 can be achieved for hollow carbon nanospheres with an outer diameter of 69 nm by a simple carbonization procedure with carefully selected carbon precursors and carbonization conditions. Expand
Fast ion transport and high capacitance of polystyrene-based hierarchical porous carbon electrode material for supercapacitors
In this paper, we report the electrochemical capacitive properties of polystyrene-based hierarchical porous carbon (PS-HPC) for supercapacitors. Compared to many porous carbons such as a commerciallyExpand