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Efficient CO(2) capture by porous, nitrogen-doped carbonaceous adsorbents derived from task-specific ionic liquids

Xiang Zhu, Patrick C Hillesheim, Shannon M Mahurin, Congmin Wang, Chengcheng Tian, Suree Brown, Huimin Luo, Gabriel M Veith, Kee Sung Han, Edward W Hagaman, Honglai Liu, Sheng Dai
ChemSusChem 2012, 5 (10): 1912-7
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The search for a better carbon dioxide (CO(2) ) capture material is attracting significant attention because of an increase in anthropogenic emissions. Porous materials are considered to be among the most promising candidates. A series of porous, nitrogen-doped carbons for CO(2) capture have been developed by using high-yield carbonization reactions from task-specific ionic liquid (TSIL) precursors. Owing to strong interactions between the CO(2) molecules and nitrogen-containing basic sites within the carbon framework, the porous nitrogen-doped compound derived from the carbonization of a TSIL at 500 °C, CN500, exhibits an exceptional CO(2) absorption capacity of 193 mg of CO(2) per g sorbent (4.39 mmol g(-1) at 0 °C and 1 bar), which demonstrates a significantly higher capacity than previously reported adsorbents. The application of TSILs as precursors for porous materials provides a new avenue for the development of improved materials for carbon capture.

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