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Hierarchically Structured Carbonaceous Foams Generation and Their Use as Electrochemical Capacitors and Negative Electrodes for Lithium-ion Batteries Devices

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Using a hard exotemplate procedure, hierarchically structured carbonaceous foams have been designed, using silica monolith as inorganic template and phenolic resin as carbon precursor. The open cell carbonaceous monoliths exhibit specific surface areas from 500 to 800 m2.g-1, essentially based on microporosity and macropores ranging from 0.05 up to 50 μm. Application as electrochemical energy storage devices have been checked and discuss inhere.

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Hierarchically Structured Carbonaceous Foams Generation and Their Use as Electrochemical Capacitors and Negative Electrodes for Lithium-ion Batteries Devices

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