Carbon Nitrides 나노구조체를 이용한 CO2 포집 연구의 최신동향
A Review on Nanostructured Carbon Nitrides for CO2 Capture
- 하성진(Seongjin Ha) 이동기(Dongki Lee) 김문희(Wenji Jin) 박대환(Dae-Hwan Park)
- 제22권 제3호
- 등재여부 : KCI등재후보
- 316 - 327 (12 pages)
Carbon nitride has drawn broad interdisciplinary attention in diverse fields such as catalyst, energy storage, gas adsorption, biomedical sensing and even imaging. Intensive studies on carbon dioxide (CO2 ) capture using carbon nitride materials with various nanostructures have been reported since it is needed to actively remove CO2 from the atmosphere against climate change. This is mainly due to its tunable structural features, excellent physicochemical properties, and basic surface functionalities based on the presence of a large number of –NH or –NH 2 groups so that the nanostructured carbon nitrides are considered as suitable materials for CO2 capture for future utilization as well. In this review, we summarize and highlight the recent progress in synthesis strategies of carbon nitride nanomaterials. Their superior CO2 adsorption capabilities are also discussed with the structural and textural features. An outlook on possible further advances in carbon nitride is also included.