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“…First, Lig/PEDOT was obtained via oxidative polymerization of EDOT in the presence of lignin as reported before. 18 Second, prGrO was synthesized by oxidation of graphite powder by the Marcano-Tour method.…”
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“…First, Lig/PEDOT was obtained via oxidative polymerization of EDOT in the presence of lignin as reported before. 18 Second, prGrO was synthesized by oxidation of graphite powder by the Marcano-Tour method.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
“…The conducting polymer facilitated the transport of electrons and ions from the electrolyte to the lignin moiety. In addition, various combinations of lignin and other electron conductors [11][12][13][14][15][16] such as reduced graphene oxide 17 or carbon nanotubes 18 have been investigated as electrode materials. More recently, poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) was used to facilitate the electron transfer in Lig/PEDOT electrodes for supercapacitor applications.…”
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“…We reported several chemically modified electrodes based on technical lignins that could be used for both oxidative and reductive electrocatalysis [3,4]. To further enhance the electroactivity of technical lignins, we composed them with carbon nanotubes [5] or conducting polymers [6], and such materials could be used as effective energy storing layers. Surface activity in connection with the reducing properties of lignosulfonates has been practically utilized in the preparation of LS-stabilized noble metal nanoparticles, such as silver or gold [7,8].…”
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“…We reported several chemically modified electrodes based on technical lignins that could be used for both oxidative and reductive electrocatalysis [3,4]. To further enhance the electroactivity of technical lignins, we composed them with carbon nanotubes [5] or conducting polymers [6], and such materials could be used as effective energy storing layers.…”
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“…Thus, renewable, cheap and environment-friendly energy-storage related materials are greatly desired to substitute current components. [12,[17][18][19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26] In nature, its energy conversion and storage systems have been evolved for billions of years, and spawned highly efficient and well suited cellular respiration machineries in living organisms for external energy assimilation, metabolism and distribution. [27] In recent years, inspirations have been taken from nature to fabricate biomolecule-based electrode materials from renewable biomass.…”
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