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Rice husk-derived carbon anodes for lithium ion batteries - Journal ...
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โดย L Wang - 2013 - บทความที่เกี่ยวข้อง
Carbon fibers were obtained using hydrothermal carbonization of rice husk followed by further heat treatment at 1000 °C to increase the conductivity and ...
Rice husks as a sustainable source of nanostructured silicon for ...
โดย N Liu - 2013 - บทความที่เกี่ยวข้อง
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Rice waste put to use in lithium batteries | The Australian
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Next-generation batteries from rice husk - The Hindu
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Recycling rice husks for high-capacity lithium battery anodes — Rice ...
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Nanoparticles from rice husks set for use in batteries - SciDev.Net
21 มิ.ย. 2556 - Silicon nanoparticles that naturally occur in rice husks can be extracted and used to make batteries, a study shows.
09 Jul 2013 - 11:13am
Research has found that the silica in rice husks can be converted into silicon for use in batteries.
It plays a massive role in feeding the world, and now rice can play a part in next-generation vehicles, according to new research from Korea.
For decades, researchers have tried to devise a use for vast amounts of waste from rice production, the husks, which comprise about 20 per cent of harvested rice kernels.
That's more than 80 million metric tons a year, given worldwide annual rice yield amounts to about 422 million metric tons.
Until now, practical uses of rice husks have been limited to a narrow range of low-value agricultural items such as fertiliser additives and bed soil because of their tough and abrasive properties.
But there's a big opportunity for further research targeting more valuable applications, researchers at Korean institutions including Chungnam National University believe, after they found silica in the husks can be converted to silicon and turned into anodes for high-capacity lithium batteries.
Silicon is in ever-increasing demand because the batteries are at the heart of electric and hybrid vehicles.
The silica on rice husks is unique as it is formed in layers that protect the inside of the kernel from bugs and bacteria, but are porous at the nano-scale level to allow air and water ventilation.
The researchers used several steps, including acid and heat treatments, to extract the silica.
And they found the extracted silicon had excellent electrochemical performance when used for the anodes.
The study was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal.