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    A carbon material with both open macrochannel arrays and abundant micro/mesopores was prepared, characterized, and applied for removing chloramphenicol (CAP) from water. In the preparation process, Carex meyeriana Kunth (CM) with natural channel arrays was used as the precursor for producing the biochar, and NaOH was used for removing silicon and formatting micro- and mesopores of the porous carbon. The product (PCCM) exhibited the highest specific surface area (2700.24 m2 g-1) among the reported CM-derived porous carbons. The adsorption performances of PCCM were evaluated through batch adsorption experiments. The maximum adsorption capacity of PCCM toward CAP was 1659.43 mg g-1. The adsorption mechanism was investigated with the aid of theoretical calculations. Moreover, PCCM exhibited better performance than other porous carbon adsorbents in fixed-bed experiments, which may be due to its structural advantages. © 2022. The Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature.


    Jiaxu Qi, Xingyu Liu, Yupeng Zhang, Guanya Zhu, Shanshan Tang, Xiaoxiao Yu, Yingjie Su, Siji Chen, Dadong Liang, Guang Chen. Adsorption of chloramphenicol from water using Carex meyeriana Kunth-derived hierarchical porous carbon with open channel arrays. Environmental science and pollution research international. 2023 Mar;30(11):31060-31076

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