Code in support of: Physical and chemical mechanisms that influence the electrical conductivity of lignin-derived biochar

Seth Kane, Rachel Ulrich, Abigail Harrington, Nicholas P. Stadie & Cecily Ryan
Lignin-derived biochar is a promising, sustainable alternative to petroleum-based carbon powders (e.g., carbon black) for electrode and energy storage applications. Prior studies of these biochars demonstrate that high electrical conductivity and good capacitive behavior are achievable. These studies also show high variability in electrical conductivity between biochars (~10^-2-10^2 S/cm). The underlying mechanisms that lead to desirable electrical properties in these lignin-derived biochars are poorly understood. In this work, we examine the causes of the variation...
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