Electrical conductivity of carbon pellets from mixtures of pyropolymer from oil palm bunch and cotton cellulose

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Abstract

Self-adhesive carbon grains (sacg1) and heat-treated kraft lignin (htk1) were prepared from the oil palm empty fruit bunch, a potential precursor for carbon products due to its large availability from palm oil mills, and sacg was prepared from cellulose (sacg2). Pellets were prepared from mixtures of sacg1 and htk1, as well as sacg1 and sacg2, with varying percentages of htk1 (Phtkl%) and sacg2 (Psacg2%). After carbonization up to 1000 °C, the measured electrical conductivities, σ(Ω·cm)-1, of the respective pellets follow the equations σ = 4.13 Phtkl+2.43 and σ = 0.53 Psacg2+2.55, respectively, indicating that htkl has improved in its conducting phase compared to sacg2.

Original languageEnglish
JournalJapanese Journal of Applied Physics
Volume39
Issue number12 A
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2000

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