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phosphorus-doped hierarchically ordered porous carbon

  • Nanostructure
    nanoporous materials
  • Size

    pore diameter: 2 - 50 nm

  • Experimentally confirmed?

    Yes

Composition

Image only illustrates the order and placement of components as described in literature.

1

graphitic carbon

Type complex compound
Formula
Role raw materials
2

phosphorus

Type single compound
Formula P
Role dopant
3

atomic oxygen

oxygen atom
Type single compound
Formula O
Role dopant

Summary

from 1 article

Properties

Surface data

Type of surface data Available data Source

Nitrogen adsorption/desorption

Isotherm

Surface area

Numerical data

Pore volume

Numerical data

Characterization

Spectroscopic analysis

Method Dependent on Values given Spectrum given Calculated Source
Raman spectroscopy

Yes

Yes

No

X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy

Yes

Yes

No

small angle X-ray diffraction

Yes

Yes

No

wide angle X-ray diffraction

Yes

Yes

No

Microscopic analysis

Method Source

transmission electron microscopy

Toxicity and other biological effects

Preparation

Synthesis

Type: Chemical synthesis
Source:
Starting materials
  • phenol
1
  1. water as solvent
  2. 50 °C
mixing
2
  1. 20% NaOH aqueous solution
3
  • methylene glycol
  1. solution
polymerization
4
  1. stirring at 75 °C
  2. HCl solution as pH adjusting agent (pH of about 7)
evaporation
5
  1. vacuum
  2. 60 °C
mixing
6
  1. FeSO4*7H2O
  2. 40 °C
7
  1. stirring
8
  1. F127 as template
  2. ethanol
  3. stirring
9
  • triphenylphosphine
calcination
10
  1. 500 °C
pyrolysis
11
  1. 900 °C
  2. argon atmosphere
grinding
12
Product

phosphorus-doped hierarchically ordered porous carbon

Applications

Application Area Specific application Experimentally confirmed Source

catalysts

catalysis

metal-air battery

no

catalysts

catalysis

fuel cell

no

oxygen reduction reaction catalyst

catalysis

yes

Patent claims

Patent Claim numbers Claims Synthesis information

References

Journal articles


Patents

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