Preparation of energy storage material derived from a used cigarette filter for a supercapacitor electrode

@article{Lee2014PreparationOE,
  title={Preparation of energy storage material derived from a used cigarette filter for a supercapacitor electrode},
  author={Minzae Lee and Gil-Pyo Kim and Hyeon Don Song and Soomin Park and Jongheop Yi},
  journal={Nanotechnology},
  year={2014},
  volume={25}
}
We report on a one-step method for preparing nitrogen doped (N-doped) meso-/microporous hybrid carbon material (NCF) via the heat treatment of used cigarette filters under a nitrogen-containing atmosphere. The used cigarette filter, which is mostly composed of cellulose acetate fibers, can be transformed into a porous carbon material that contains both the mesopores and micropores spontaneously. The unique self-developed pore structure allowed a favorable pathway for electrolyte permeation and… 

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