Activated carbon from flash pyrolysis of eucalyptus residue

@inproceedings{GrimaOlmedo2016ActivatedCF,
  title={Activated carbon from flash pyrolysis of eucalyptus residue},
  author={Carlos Grima-Olmedo and {\'A}lvaro Ram{\'i}rez-G{\'o}mez and Diego Cuenca G{\'o}mez-Lim{\'o}n and Carmen Clemente-Jul},
  booktitle={Heliyon},
  year={2016}
}
Forestry waste (eucalyptus sp) was converted into activated carbon by initial flash pyrolysis followed carbonization and CO2 activation. These residues were obtained from a pilot plant in Spain that produces biofuel, the biochar represented 10-15% in weight. It was observed that the highest activation was achieved at a temperature of 800 °C, the specific surface increased with time but, on the contrary, high loss of matter was observed. At 600 °C, although there was an important increase of the… CONTINUE READING
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