Special Issue "Waste-Derived Carbon Materials for Energy Storage"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2020.
Environmental pollution caused by waste plastics and the depletion of fossil fuels are two important global issues that require technological innovation for upcycling materials from waste plastics and eco-friendly power sources. The two issues can be solved by the development of waste-derived carbon materials and their application as electrodes for next-generation energy storage devices. This Special Issue aims to publish the subjects; preparation process, analysis, physicochemical properties of waste-derived carbon materials and their applications in energy storage fields. However, the topic will be not limited to the areas listed above.
Prof. Young Soo Yun
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Porous carbon
- Activated carbon
- Functional carbon
- Nanostructured carbon
- Graphitic carbon
- Amorphous carbon
- Disordered carbon
- Hard carbon
- Soft carbon
- Carbon nanotube
- Graphene nanoribbon
- Diamond-related carbon
- Li/Na/K/Mg/Ca/Al ion batteries
- Energy storage devices
- Other carbon-related materials and energy storage devices