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Nanoporous activated carbon cloth as a versatile material for hydrogen adsorption, selective gas separation and electrochemical energy storage

Kostoglou, Nikolaos; Koczwara, Christian; Prehal, Christian; Terziyska, Velislava; Babić, Biljana M.; Matović, Branko; Constantinides, Georgios; Tampaxis, Christos; Charalambopoulou, Georgia; Steriotis, Theodore; Hinder, Steve; Baker, Mark; Polychronopoulou, Kyriaki; Doumanidis, Charalabos; Paris, Oskar; Mitterer, Christian; Rebholz, Claus

(2017)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Kostoglou, Nikolaos
AU  - Koczwara, Christian
AU  - Prehal, Christian
AU  - Terziyska, Velislava
AU  - Babić, Biljana M.
AU  - Matović, Branko
AU  - Constantinides, Georgios
AU  - Tampaxis, Christos
AU  - Charalambopoulou, Georgia
AU  - Steriotis, Theodore
AU  - Hinder, Steve
AU  - Baker, Mark
AU  - Polychronopoulou, Kyriaki
AU  - Doumanidis, Charalabos
AU  - Paris, Oskar
AU  - Mitterer, Christian
AU  - Rebholz, Claus
PY  - 2017
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/1749
AB  - The efficient storage of energy combined with a minimum carbon footprint is still considered one of the major challenges towards the transition to a progressive, sustainable and environmental friendly society on a global scale. The energy storage in pure chemical form using gas carriers with high heating values, including H-2 and CH4, as well as via electrochemical means using state-of-the-art devices, such as batteries or supercapacitors, are two of the most attractive alternatives for the combustion of finite, carbon-rich and environmentally harmful fossil fuels, such as diesel and gasoline. A few-step, reproducible and scalable method is presented in this study for the preparation of an ultra-microporous (average pore size around 0.6 nm) activated carbon cloth (ACC) with large specific area ( GT 1200 m(2)/g) and pore volume (similar to 0.5 cm(3)/g) upon combining chemical impregnation, carbonization and CO2 activation of a low-cost cellulose-based polymeric fabric. The ACC material shows a versatile character towards three different applications, including H2 storage via cryo-adsorption, separation of energy-dense CO2/CH4 mixtures via selective adsorption and electrochemical energy storage using super-capacitor technology. Fully reversible H-2 uptake capacities in excess of 3.1 wt% at 77 K and similar to 72 bar along with a significant heat of adsorption value of up to 8.4 kJ/mol for low surface coverage have been found. Upon incorporation of low-pressure sorption data in the ideal adsorbed solution theory model, the ACC is predicted to selectively adsorb about 4.5 times more CO2 than CH4 in ambient conditions and thus represents an appealing adsorbent for the purification of such gaseous mixtures. Finally, an electric double-layer capacitor device was assembled and tested for its electrochemical performance, constructed of binder-free and flexible ACC electrodes and aqueous CsCl electrolyte. The full-cell exhibits a gravimetric capacitance of similar to 121 F/g for a specific current of 0.02 A/g, which relative to the ACCs specific area, is superior to commercially available activated carbons. A capacitance retention of more than 97% was observed after 10,000 charging/discharging cycles, thus indicating the ACCs suitability for demanding and high-performance energy storage on a commercial scale. The enhanced performance in all tested applications seems to be attributed to the mean ultra-micropore size of the ACC material instead of the available specific area and/or pore volume.
T2  - Nano Energy
T1  - Nanoporous activated carbon cloth as a versatile material for hydrogen adsorption, selective gas separation and electrochemical energy storage
VL  - 40
SP  - 49
EP  - 64
DO  - 10.1016/j.nanoen.2017.07.056
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Kostoglou, Nikolaos and Koczwara, Christian and Prehal, Christian and Terziyska, Velislava and Babić, Biljana M. and Matović, Branko and Constantinides, Georgios and Tampaxis, Christos and Charalambopoulou, Georgia and Steriotis, Theodore and Hinder, Steve and Baker, Mark and Polychronopoulou, Kyriaki and Doumanidis, Charalabos and Paris, Oskar and Mitterer, Christian and Rebholz, Claus",
year = "2017",
abstract = "The efficient storage of energy combined with a minimum carbon footprint is still considered one of the major challenges towards the transition to a progressive, sustainable and environmental friendly society on a global scale. The energy storage in pure chemical form using gas carriers with high heating values, including H-2 and CH4, as well as via electrochemical means using state-of-the-art devices, such as batteries or supercapacitors, are two of the most attractive alternatives for the combustion of finite, carbon-rich and environmentally harmful fossil fuels, such as diesel and gasoline. A few-step, reproducible and scalable method is presented in this study for the preparation of an ultra-microporous (average pore size around 0.6 nm) activated carbon cloth (ACC) with large specific area ( GT 1200 m(2)/g) and pore volume (similar to 0.5 cm(3)/g) upon combining chemical impregnation, carbonization and CO2 activation of a low-cost cellulose-based polymeric fabric. The ACC material shows a versatile character towards three different applications, including H2 storage via cryo-adsorption, separation of energy-dense CO2/CH4 mixtures via selective adsorption and electrochemical energy storage using super-capacitor technology. Fully reversible H-2 uptake capacities in excess of 3.1 wt% at 77 K and similar to 72 bar along with a significant heat of adsorption value of up to 8.4 kJ/mol for low surface coverage have been found. Upon incorporation of low-pressure sorption data in the ideal adsorbed solution theory model, the ACC is predicted to selectively adsorb about 4.5 times more CO2 than CH4 in ambient conditions and thus represents an appealing adsorbent for the purification of such gaseous mixtures. Finally, an electric double-layer capacitor device was assembled and tested for its electrochemical performance, constructed of binder-free and flexible ACC electrodes and aqueous CsCl electrolyte. The full-cell exhibits a gravimetric capacitance of similar to 121 F/g for a specific current of 0.02 A/g, which relative to the ACCs specific area, is superior to commercially available activated carbons. A capacitance retention of more than 97% was observed after 10,000 charging/discharging cycles, thus indicating the ACCs suitability for demanding and high-performance energy storage on a commercial scale. The enhanced performance in all tested applications seems to be attributed to the mean ultra-micropore size of the ACC material instead of the available specific area and/or pore volume.",
journal = "Nano Energy",
title = "Nanoporous activated carbon cloth as a versatile material for hydrogen adsorption, selective gas separation and electrochemical energy storage",
volume = "40",
pages = "49-64",
doi = "10.1016/j.nanoen.2017.07.056"
}
Kostoglou, N., Koczwara, C., Prehal, C., Terziyska, V., Babić, B. M., Matović, B., Constantinides, G., Tampaxis, C., Charalambopoulou, G., Steriotis, T., Hinder, S., Baker, M., Polychronopoulou, K., Doumanidis, C., Paris, O., Mitterer, C.,& Rebholz, C.. (2017). Nanoporous activated carbon cloth as a versatile material for hydrogen adsorption, selective gas separation and electrochemical energy storage. in Nano Energy, 40, 49-64.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nanoen.2017.07.056
Kostoglou N, Koczwara C, Prehal C, Terziyska V, Babić BM, Matović B, Constantinides G, Tampaxis C, Charalambopoulou G, Steriotis T, Hinder S, Baker M, Polychronopoulou K, Doumanidis C, Paris O, Mitterer C, Rebholz C. Nanoporous activated carbon cloth as a versatile material for hydrogen adsorption, selective gas separation and electrochemical energy storage. in Nano Energy. 2017;40:49-64.
doi:10.1016/j.nanoen.2017.07.056 .
Kostoglou, Nikolaos, Koczwara, Christian, Prehal, Christian, Terziyska, Velislava, Babić, Biljana M., Matović, Branko, Constantinides, Georgios, Tampaxis, Christos, Charalambopoulou, Georgia, Steriotis, Theodore, Hinder, Steve, Baker, Mark, Polychronopoulou, Kyriaki, Doumanidis, Charalabos, Paris, Oskar, Mitterer, Christian, Rebholz, Claus, "Nanoporous activated carbon cloth as a versatile material for hydrogen adsorption, selective gas separation and electrochemical energy storage" in Nano Energy, 40 (2017):49-64,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nanoen.2017.07.056 . .
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Nanostructured materials for solid-state hydrogen storage: A review of the achievement of COST Action MP1103

Callini, Elsa; Aguey-Zinsou, Kondo-Francois; Ahuja, Rajeev; Ramon Ares, Jose; Bals, Sara; Biliskov, Nikola; Chakraborty, Sudip; Charalambopoulou, Georgia; Chaudhary, Anna-Lisa; Cuevas, Fermin; Dam, Bernard; de Jongh, Petra; Dornheim, Martin; Filinchuk, Yaroslav; Grbović-Novaković, Jasmina; Hirscher, Michael; Jensen, Torben R.; Jensen, Peter Bjerre; Novaković, Nikola; Lai, Qiwen; Leardini, Fabrice; Gattia, Daniele Mirabile; Pasquini, Luca; Steriotis, Theodore; Turner, Stuart; Vegge, Tejs; Zuttel, Andreas; Montone, Amelia

(2016)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Callini, Elsa
AU  - Aguey-Zinsou, Kondo-Francois
AU  - Ahuja, Rajeev
AU  - Ramon Ares, Jose
AU  - Bals, Sara
AU  - Biliskov, Nikola
AU  - Chakraborty, Sudip
AU  - Charalambopoulou, Georgia
AU  - Chaudhary, Anna-Lisa
AU  - Cuevas, Fermin
AU  - Dam, Bernard
AU  - de Jongh, Petra
AU  - Dornheim, Martin
AU  - Filinchuk, Yaroslav
AU  - Grbović-Novaković, Jasmina
AU  - Hirscher, Michael
AU  - Jensen, Torben R.
AU  - Jensen, Peter Bjerre
AU  - Novaković, Nikola
AU  - Lai, Qiwen
AU  - Leardini, Fabrice
AU  - Gattia, Daniele Mirabile
AU  - Pasquini, Luca
AU  - Steriotis, Theodore
AU  - Turner, Stuart
AU  - Vegge, Tejs
AU  - Zuttel, Andreas
AU  - Montone, Amelia
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://vinar.vin.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/7109
AB  - In the framework of the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Action MP1103 Nanostructured Materials for Solid-State Hydrogen Storage were synthesized, characterized and modeled. This Action dealt with the state of the art of energy storage and set up a competitive and coordinated network capable to define new and unexplored ways for Solid State Hydrogen Storage by innovative and interdisciplinary research within the European Research Area. An important number of new compounds have been synthesized: metal hydrides, complex hydrides, metal halide ammines and amidoboranes. Tuning the structure from bulk to thin film, nanoparticles and nanoconfined composites improved the hydrogen sorption properties and opened the perspective to new technological applications. Direct imaging of the hydrogenation reactions and in situ measurements under operando conditions have been carried out in these studies. Computational screening methods allowed the prediction of suitable compounds for hydrogen storage and the modeling of the hydrogen sorption reactions on mono-, bi-, and three-dimensional systems. This manuscript presents a review of the main achievements of this Action. (C) 2016 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
T2  - International Journal of Hydrogen Energy
T1  - Nanostructured materials for solid-state hydrogen storage: A review of the achievement of COST Action MP1103
VL  - 41
IS  - 32
SP  - 14404
EP  - 14428
DO  - 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2016.04.025
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Callini, Elsa and Aguey-Zinsou, Kondo-Francois and Ahuja, Rajeev and Ramon Ares, Jose and Bals, Sara and Biliskov, Nikola and Chakraborty, Sudip and Charalambopoulou, Georgia and Chaudhary, Anna-Lisa and Cuevas, Fermin and Dam, Bernard and de Jongh, Petra and Dornheim, Martin and Filinchuk, Yaroslav and Grbović-Novaković, Jasmina and Hirscher, Michael and Jensen, Torben R. and Jensen, Peter Bjerre and Novaković, Nikola and Lai, Qiwen and Leardini, Fabrice and Gattia, Daniele Mirabile and Pasquini, Luca and Steriotis, Theodore and Turner, Stuart and Vegge, Tejs and Zuttel, Andreas and Montone, Amelia",
year = "2016",
abstract = "In the framework of the European Cooperation in Science and Technology (COST) Action MP1103 Nanostructured Materials for Solid-State Hydrogen Storage were synthesized, characterized and modeled. This Action dealt with the state of the art of energy storage and set up a competitive and coordinated network capable to define new and unexplored ways for Solid State Hydrogen Storage by innovative and interdisciplinary research within the European Research Area. An important number of new compounds have been synthesized: metal hydrides, complex hydrides, metal halide ammines and amidoboranes. Tuning the structure from bulk to thin film, nanoparticles and nanoconfined composites improved the hydrogen sorption properties and opened the perspective to new technological applications. Direct imaging of the hydrogenation reactions and in situ measurements under operando conditions have been carried out in these studies. Computational screening methods allowed the prediction of suitable compounds for hydrogen storage and the modeling of the hydrogen sorption reactions on mono-, bi-, and three-dimensional systems. This manuscript presents a review of the main achievements of this Action. (C) 2016 Hydrogen Energy Publications LLC. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.",
journal = "International Journal of Hydrogen Energy",
title = "Nanostructured materials for solid-state hydrogen storage: A review of the achievement of COST Action MP1103",
volume = "41",
number = "32",
pages = "14404-14428",
doi = "10.1016/j.ijhydene.2016.04.025"
}
Callini, E., Aguey-Zinsou, K., Ahuja, R., Ramon Ares, J., Bals, S., Biliskov, N., Chakraborty, S., Charalambopoulou, G., Chaudhary, A., Cuevas, F., Dam, B., de Jongh, P., Dornheim, M., Filinchuk, Y., Grbović-Novaković, J., Hirscher, M., Jensen, T. R., Jensen, P. B., Novaković, N., Lai, Q., Leardini, F., Gattia, D. M., Pasquini, L., Steriotis, T., Turner, S., Vegge, T., Zuttel, A.,& Montone, A.. (2016). Nanostructured materials for solid-state hydrogen storage: A review of the achievement of COST Action MP1103. in International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 41(32), 14404-14428.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2016.04.025
Callini E, Aguey-Zinsou K, Ahuja R, Ramon Ares J, Bals S, Biliskov N, Chakraborty S, Charalambopoulou G, Chaudhary A, Cuevas F, Dam B, de Jongh P, Dornheim M, Filinchuk Y, Grbović-Novaković J, Hirscher M, Jensen TR, Jensen PB, Novaković N, Lai Q, Leardini F, Gattia DM, Pasquini L, Steriotis T, Turner S, Vegge T, Zuttel A, Montone A. Nanostructured materials for solid-state hydrogen storage: A review of the achievement of COST Action MP1103. in International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 2016;41(32):14404-14428.
doi:10.1016/j.ijhydene.2016.04.025 .
Callini, Elsa, Aguey-Zinsou, Kondo-Francois, Ahuja, Rajeev, Ramon Ares, Jose, Bals, Sara, Biliskov, Nikola, Chakraborty, Sudip, Charalambopoulou, Georgia, Chaudhary, Anna-Lisa, Cuevas, Fermin, Dam, Bernard, de Jongh, Petra, Dornheim, Martin, Filinchuk, Yaroslav, Grbović-Novaković, Jasmina, Hirscher, Michael, Jensen, Torben R., Jensen, Peter Bjerre, Novaković, Nikola, Lai, Qiwen, Leardini, Fabrice, Gattia, Daniele Mirabile, Pasquini, Luca, Steriotis, Theodore, Turner, Stuart, Vegge, Tejs, Zuttel, Andreas, Montone, Amelia, "Nanostructured materials for solid-state hydrogen storage: A review of the achievement of COST Action MP1103" in International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 41, no. 32 (2016):14404-14428,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2016.04.025 . .
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