Journal / Book Title
One of the global problems is environmental pollution by different biowaste. To solve the problem, biowaste must be recycled. Waste-free technology is also a way of saving exhaustible raw materials. Research on electrochemical energy sources is currently the most dynamically developing area of off-grid energy. Electrochemical capacitors can operate for a long time without changing performance, they have smaller dimensions, high mechanical strength, and a wide operating temperature range. These properties are effective energy-saving devices. Therefore, supercapacitors are widely used in various industries. This review discussed the methods of obtaining and the characteristics of biowaste-derived activated carbon and carbon–manganese oxide (AC-MnO2)-based supercapacitor electrodes.
Montclair State University Digital Commons Citation
Zekenova, A.; Nazhipkyzy, M.; Li, Wanlu; Kalybayeva, A.; Zhumanova, G.; and Zubova, O., "Advances of Biowaste-Derived Porous Carbon and Carbon–Manganese Dioxide Composite in Supercapacitors: A Review" (2022). Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 590.