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Hierarchically porous carbons from an emulsion-templated, urea-based deep eutectic

Hierarchically porous carbons from an emulsion-templated, urea-based deep eutectic
Markus Antonietti, Nina Fechler, Michael S. Silverstein, Youjia Zhang, Lotan Portal, Katya Kapilov-Buchman
A hierarchically porous carbon monolith (97% porosity) was generated through the carbonization of an emulsion-templated monolith formed from a chain extended, urea-based, deep-eutectic polymer. The highly interconnected micrometer-scale porous structure had a high specific surface area (812 m2 g-1, largely microporous) and exhibited promising results for aqueous solution sorption applications.
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