Advanced Porous Carbon Materials for High-Performance Hydrogen Storage: Biomass-Derived, Theoretically-Informed, and Experimental Approach

Project: CRP

Project Details

Grant Program

Collaborative Research Program 2024-2026

Project Description

High-performance hydrogen storage is crucial for various applications, including clean energy systems and fuel cell technologies. Advanced porous carbon materials with high specific surface area, tunable porosity, and chemical stability have shown great potential in this area. In recent years, there has been significant research focused on the development of biomass-derived porous carbon materials for hydrogen storage. The current approach combines biomass as a sustainable precursor with theoretical insights and experimental methods to design and synthesize highly efficient hydrogen storage carbon materials and their composites.
Short titleBiomass-derived porous carbon composites for hydrogen storage
Effective start/end date1/1/2412/31/26


  • carbon
  • hydrogen
  • storage
  • doping
  • adsorption
  • energy
  • capacity
  • diffusion


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