Boron nitride nanocarpets: controllable synthesis and their adsorption performance to organic pollutants

@inproceedings{Zhang2012BoronNN,
  title={Boron nitride nanocarpets: controllable synthesis and their adsorption performance to organic pollutants},
  author={Xiao Zhang and Gang Lian and Shunjie Zhang and Deliang Cui and Qilong Wang},
  year={2012}
}
Boron nitride (BN) nanocarpets were synthesized at 260 °C and 150 MPa by a hot-press benzene-thermal method, using NaN3 and NH4BF4 as the reactants. The as-prepared BN nanocarpets are constructed of thin BN nano-sheets and a large amount of twisted nanorods rooted onto these nano-sheets. Besides the high density structural defects, BN nanocarpets also have a rather large specific surface area of 117.2 m2 g−1. Due to these characteristics, BN nanocarpets exhibit a very quick adsorption rate for… CONTINUE READING

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