The need to both avoid waste and develop sustainable technologies based on new renewable resources has led to an encouraging research opportunity, focusing attention on the relative merits of applying different dedicated waste biomass as renewable, cheap, and abundant resources to minimize energy and material feedstock costs. Carbonaceous materials obtained from waste biomass have received comprehensive interest over the past years because of their attractive electronic and structural properties, which allow them as advanced materials for a wide variety of applications. Here, we highlight the range of waste biomass precursors available and current trends on biocarbon production for its use in electrochemical devices for sensing systems and rechargeable batteries, which are expected to have a rapid scientific growing and industrial interest in the next years.

Current trends on turning biomass wastes into carbon materials for electrochemical sensing and rechargeable battery applications

Pistone A.
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Espro C.
2020

Abstract

The need to both avoid waste and develop sustainable technologies based on new renewable resources has led to an encouraging research opportunity, focusing attention on the relative merits of applying different dedicated waste biomass as renewable, cheap, and abundant resources to minimize energy and material feedstock costs. Carbonaceous materials obtained from waste biomass have received comprehensive interest over the past years because of their attractive electronic and structural properties, which allow them as advanced materials for a wide variety of applications. Here, we highlight the range of waste biomass precursors available and current trends on biocarbon production for its use in electrochemical devices for sensing systems and rechargeable batteries, which are expected to have a rapid scientific growing and industrial interest in the next years.
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