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We are a large, multidisciplinary research team based at Imperial College, London and Queen Mary, University of London. Our main research themes are the use of environmentally friendly materials and processing, and their applications in renewable energy technologies. In order to understand and improve these materials, we focus on the relationship between properties and performance.
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Hydrothermal synthesis is a facile, low energy consumption and scalable processing method. It converts wet biomass into valuable products that can be used in catalysis, as electrodes in batteries and supercapacitors, and as CO2 absorbers, among other applications. A wide variety of biomass can be used, including the waste byproducts of industrial agriculture and other cheap, abundant feedstock.
- From Waste to Wealth: From Kraft Lignin to Free-standing Supercapacitors
- Free-standing supercapacitors from Kraft lignin nanofibers with remarkable volumetric energy density
- Christmas Party 2018
- Ordered mesoporous carbons from lignin: a new class of biobased electrodes for supercapacitors
- Zhenyu (Johny) Guo joins Group