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“…Biochar, as a byproduct from thermal pyrolysis of biomass under an oxygen-deficient environment, could be a promising substitute for activated carbon due to its source abundance, low cost, and renewability. In this regard, CuO is combined with biochar to construct CuO/biochar composites. Moreover, ZrO 2 addition could essentially improve the high-temperature durability of metal oxides, thus, Tang et al developed a ZrO 2 -doped CuO/biochar catalyst for mercury removal, which showed a good Hg 0 removal activity within 60–270 °C.…”
Section: Copper Oxide (Cuo)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Biochar, as a byproduct from thermal pyrolysis of biomass under an oxygen-deficient environment, could be a promising substitute for activated carbon due to its source abundance, low cost, and renewability. In this regard, CuO is combined with biochar to construct CuO/biochar composites. Moreover, ZrO 2 addition could essentially improve the high-temperature durability of metal oxides, thus, Tang et al developed a ZrO 2 -doped CuO/biochar catalyst for mercury removal, which showed a good Hg 0 removal activity within 60–270 °C.…”
Section: Copper Oxide (Cuo)mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Depending on the arrangement of the carbon atoms, carbon-based materials have different morphologies. In particular, CBMs have significantly contributed toward photocatalysis because of their high surface area, outstanding conductivity, excellent chemical stability, and remarkable mechanical strength, as well as their environmental friendliness and widespread availability [ 18 ]. Considering the importance of carbon materials, their precursors must be inexpensive and effective, as well as natural and recyclable.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Activated carbon is solid with high porosity and internal surface area, arti cially prepared from a source with high xed carbon content, such as lignocellulosic residues. In this regard, lignocellulosic-based adsorbents, as well as other waste materials, have been widely studied for their valorization as adsorbents with high carbon content known as biochar obtained by biomass pyrolysis processes (Junga S. et al 2019; Reyes Rodríguez et al 2019; Quan et al 2023). On the other hand, the use of biomass as a carbon source presents advantages and bene ts over other precursors such as ease of processing, economy, recyclability, abundance, and environmental sustainability that contributes to circular economy schemes (Gómez-Delgado 2020; Junga 2019; Rouzitalab 2020).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Residual wooden wastes are types of lignocellulosic biomass containing relatively high carbon contents which are annually produced in huge amounts throughout the world without any speci c economical applications (Karimi 2022). While many precursors can be used for biomass-derived activated carbon synthesis, the choice is mainly based on the geographical location, biomass availability, cost, and the application for which they will be used (Quan et al 2023).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%