Advanced nanomaterials synthesis from pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization

a review

Sabzoi Nizamuddin, M. T.H. Siddiqui, N. M. Mubarak, Humair Ahmed Baloch, Shaukat Ali Mazari, M. M. Tunio, G. J. Griffin, M. P. Srinivasan, Akshat Tanksale, Sajid Riaz

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Abstract

Background: Carbon-based structural materials are widely studied in the field of renewable energy and environmental sciences. Utilization of abundant, natural, renewable energy precursors together with simple and low energy processes can contribute to reduced emissions of greenhouse gas so is considered as fundamental for manufacturing of sustainable nanostructured materials. Description: Among different resources available for the generation of nanostructured materials, plant biomass is superior in terms of economic, environmental and social issues. In addition, transformation of low-value biomass to emerging renewable materials is advantageous compared to dumping and incinerating the biomass. There are a number of techniques and processes for the production of nanostructured materials from biomass. Pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization (HTC) may be used to convert biomass into nanostructured materials. Objective: This study reviews and compares the production of nanostructured materials from pyrolysis and HTC. Furthermore, the latest developments in pyrolysis and HTC for nanomaterials production are assessed and comparative characteristics are studied for nanomaterials obtained.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)446-461
Number of pages16
JournalCurrent Organic Chemistry
Volume22
Issue number5
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Keywords

  • Biomass
  • Emerging materials
  • HTC
  • Nano-materials
  • Nanostructure
  • Pyrolysis

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Nizamuddin, S., Siddiqui, M. T. H., Mubarak, N. M., Baloch, H. A., Mazari, S. A., Tunio, M. M., ... Riaz, S. (2018). Advanced nanomaterials synthesis from pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization: a review. Current Organic Chemistry, 22(5), 446-461. https://doi.org/10.2174/1385272821666171026153215
Nizamuddin, Sabzoi ; Siddiqui, M. T.H. ; Mubarak, N. M. ; Baloch, Humair Ahmed ; Mazari, Shaukat Ali ; Tunio, M. M. ; Griffin, G. J. ; Srinivasan, M. P. ; Tanksale, Akshat ; Riaz, Sajid. / Advanced nanomaterials synthesis from pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization : a review. In: Current Organic Chemistry. 2018 ; Vol. 22, No. 5. pp. 446-461.
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Advanced nanomaterials synthesis from pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonization : a review. / Nizamuddin, Sabzoi; Siddiqui, M. T.H.; Mubarak, N. M.; Baloch, Humair Ahmed; Mazari, Shaukat Ali; Tunio, M. M.; Griffin, G. J.; Srinivasan, M. P.; Tanksale, Akshat; Riaz, Sajid.

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