Electrically-Conductive Sub-Micron Carbon Particles from Lignin

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2018-12
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en
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11
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Nanomaterials, Volume 8, issue 12
Abstract
Carbon particles were produced from kraft lignin through carbonization of perfectly spherical, sub-micron beads obtained by aerosol flow. The structure of the resulting carbon particles was elucidated and compared to that derived from commercially available technical lignin powder, which is undefined in geometry. In addition to the smaller diameters of the lignin beads (
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carbon particles, cellulose nanopaper, electrical conductivity, lignin, MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES, FIBERS, NANOFIBERS, LIGNOSULFONATE, FRACTIONATION, CHEMICALS, PATTERNS, BLACKS, MICRO, ANODE
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Koehnke , J , Rennhofer , H , Unterweger , C , Gierlinger , N , Keckes , J , Zollfrank , C , Rojas , O J & Gindl-Altmutter , W 2018 , ' Electrically-Conductive Sub-Micron Carbon Particles from Lignin : Elucidation of Nanostructure and Use as Filler in Cellulose Nanopapers ' , Nanomaterials , vol. 8 , no. 12 , 1055 . https://doi.org/10.3390/nano8121055