Pyrolysis is the simplest method to convert bio-based materials into carbonaceous chars. In this study, Na alginate (an aquatic-derived substance isolated from brown algae) is thermally treated under very mild condition (onset temperature). The effectiveness of the conversion has been determined via physicochemical characterizations, showing the possibility of modifying the (bio)polymeric chemical structure just at the beginning of its thermal degradation, guaranteeing an overall energetic beneficial effect.

Guerretta, F., Magnacca, G., Franzoso, F., Ivanchenko, P., Nistico', R. (2019). Sodium alginate conversion into char via pyrolysis at the onset temperature. MATERIALS LETTERS, 234, 339-342 [10.1016/j.matlet.2018.09.127].

Sodium alginate conversion into char via pyrolysis at the onset temperature

Nistico', R
2019

Abstract

Pyrolysis is the simplest method to convert bio-based materials into carbonaceous chars. In this study, Na alginate (an aquatic-derived substance isolated from brown algae) is thermally treated under very mild condition (onset temperature). The effectiveness of the conversion has been determined via physicochemical characterizations, showing the possibility of modifying the (bio)polymeric chemical structure just at the beginning of its thermal degradation, guaranteeing an overall energetic beneficial effect.
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Carbon materials; Materials science; Na alginate; Natural products valorization; Pyrolysis; Thermal analysis;
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Guerretta, F., Magnacca, G., Franzoso, F., Ivanchenko, P., Nistico', R. (2019). Sodium alginate conversion into char via pyrolysis at the onset temperature. MATERIALS LETTERS, 234, 339-342 [10.1016/j.matlet.2018.09.127].
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