Quinone-functionalised carbons as new materials for electrochemical carbon dioxide capture

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Pugh, SM 
Xu, Z 
Leong, DCY 

jats:pA new class of quinone-functionalised carbon materials are shown to capture carbon dioxide through an electrochemical charging process.</jats:p>


Acknowledgements: This work was supported by an EPSRC New Horizons award (EP/V048090/1), a UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship to A. C. F. (MR/T043024/1), and an EPSRC doctoral training award to N. A. H. (ref EP/T517847/1). D. C. Y. L. acknowledges the RSC for the award of an Undergraduate Research Bursary. We thank Israel Temprano for their support with equipment for electrochemical gas sorption measurements. We thank Jamie W. Gittins and Emma J. Latchem for their collaboration and technical expertise. We thank Mengnan Wang at the Department of Chemical Engineering, Imperial College London for running the XPS samples. For the purpose of open access, the author has applied a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) licence to any Author Accepted Manuscript version arising.

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Journal of Materials Chemistry A
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Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC)
MRC (MR/T043024/1)
EPSRC (EP/T517847/1)
EPSRC (EP/V048090/1)