The municipal biowaste anaerobic digestate of a typical waste treatment plant is pyrolyzed under a mild condition (i.e., 540 °C) to directly yield N-doped biochar without performing any subsequent functionalization process. The results confirmed the integration of nitrogen heteroatoms within the carbonaceous framework. The morphological characterization, instead, evidenced the formation of a rather dense biochar with a very low surface area.

Nisticò, R., Guerretta, F., Benzi, P., Magnacca, G., Mainero, D., Montoneri, E. (2019). Thermal conversion of municipal biowaste anaerobic digestate to valuable char. RESOURCES, 8(24), 1-7 [10.3390/resources8010024].

Thermal conversion of municipal biowaste anaerobic digestate to valuable char

Nisticò, Roberto
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2019

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The municipal biowaste anaerobic digestate of a typical waste treatment plant is pyrolyzed under a mild condition (i.e., 540 °C) to directly yield N-doped biochar without performing any subsequent functionalization process. The results confirmed the integration of nitrogen heteroatoms within the carbonaceous framework. The morphological characterization, instead, evidenced the formation of a rather dense biochar with a very low surface area.
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Biochar; Biomass; Carbon materials; Pyrolysis; Waste management;
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Nisticò, R., Guerretta, F., Benzi, P., Magnacca, G., Mainero, D., Montoneri, E. (2019). Thermal conversion of municipal biowaste anaerobic digestate to valuable char. RESOURCES, 8(24), 1-7 [10.3390/resources8010024].
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