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Fundamental Understanding of Nanoporous Carbons for Energy Application Potentials

  • Carbon Letters
  • Abbr : Carbon Lett.
  • 2009, 10(3), pp.177-180
  • Publisher : Korean Carbon Society
  • Research Area : Natural Science > Natural Science General > Other Natural Sciences General

Katsumi Kaneko 1 Miki Arai 1 Masahiro Yamamoto 1 Tomonori Ohba 1 Jun-Ichi Miyamoto 1 Dong Young Kim 1 Yousheng Tao 1 Cheol-Min Yang 1 Kouki Urita 1 Toshihiko Fujimori 1 Hideki Tanaka 1 Takahiro Ohkubo 1 Shigenori Utsumi 1 Yoshiyuki Hattori 1 Takehisa Konishi 1 Takashi Fujikawa 1 Hirofumi Kanoh 1 Masakao Yudasaka 2 Kenji Hata 3 Motoo Yumura 3 Sumio Iijima 4 Hiroyuki Muramatsu 5 Takuya Hayashi 5 Yoong Ahm Kim 5 Morinobu Endo 3

1Chiba University
2NEC Corporation
3Meijo University
4Meijo University, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
5Shinshu University

Candidate

ABSTRACT

The importance of nanopore structures of carbons is shown in terms of interaction potential for various molecules including supercritical gases such as H2 and CH4. The key factors for adsorption of supercritical H2 and CH4 are shown for single wall carbon nanohorn, single wall carbon nanotube, and double wall carbon nanotube. The cluster formation of molecules is a key process for water adsorption on hydrophobic carbon nanopores. The X-ray absorption spectroscopic examination elucidates an explicit dehydration structure of ions confined in carbon nanopores.

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