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Silica-templated melamine–formaldehyde resin derived adsorbents for CO2 capture

AutorPevida García, Covadonga ; Drage, Trevor C.; Snape, Colin E.
Palabras claveCarbon-dioxide
Activated Carbon
Fecha de publicación20-jun-2008
CitaciónCarbon 46(11): 1464-1474 (2008)
ResumenAdsorption on porous solids is an emerging alternative for CO2 capture that seeks to reduce the costs associated to the capture step. The enhancement of a specific adsorption capacity may be carried out by increasing the affinity of the adsorbent surface to CO2. Nitrogen enrichment is reported to be effective in introducing basic functionalties that enhances the specific adsorbent–adsorbate interaction for CO2. In this work a templating technique was used to produce highly porous nitrogen enriched carbons from melamine–formaldehyde resins. Nitrogen incorporated into the polymer matrix results in the greater stability of the adsorbents in terms of volatile and thermal loss of nitrogen. CO2 capture performances were evaluated between 25°C and 75°C in a thermobalance. CO2 adsorption capacities up to 2.25 mmol g−1 of CO2 at 25°C were achieved. Both texture and surface chemistry influence the CO2 capture performance of the adsorbents. The carbonisation temperature used during the synthesis step controls the nitrogen functional groups present, as determined by XPS, with the loss of triazine nitrogen with increasing carbonisation temperature proposed to account for the decreased CO2 affinity.
Descripción11 pages, 4 figures, 4 tables.-- Printed version published Sep 2008
Versión del editorhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.carbon.2008.06.026
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