X-ray analysis of carbon nanostructures helps material design

Nanostructures made of carbon are extremely versatile: they can absorb ions in batteries and supercapacitors, store gases, and desalinate water. How well they cope with the task at hand depends largely on the structural features of the nanopores. A new study from the HZB has now shown that structural changes that occur due to morphology transition with increasing temperature of the synthesis can also be measured directly -- using small-angle X-ray scattering. The results have now been published in the journal Carbon.

X-ray analysis of carbon nanostructures helps material design

Nanostructures made of carbon are extremely versatile. They can absorb ions in batteries and supercapacitors, store gases and desalinate water. How well they cope with the task at hand depends ...

Thu 14 Mar 19 from Phys.org

X-ray analysis of carbon nanostructures helps material design, Wed 13 Mar 19 from ScienceDaily

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Analyzing Carbon Nanostructures Using X-Ray Paves Way for Better Material Design

Nanostructures derived from carbon are very adaptable. They are capable of absorbing ions in batteries and supercapacitors, storing gases, and desalinating water. How well they handle the task ...

Thu 14 Mar 19 from AZoNano

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