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Hydrothermal and Ionothermal Chemistry For Sustainable Materials (HYDRA-CHEM)

Hydrothermal and Ionothermal Chemistry For Sustainable Materials (HYDRA-CHEM)

Objectif

This proposal aims to develop a novel type of chemistry by using hydrothermal or ionothermal reaction conditions to generate novel materials and polymers in a more sustainable fashion. Hydrothermal and ionothermal carbonization of sugars or crude biomass can lead directly to large scale carbon materials (and therefore to carbon-negative products and measures), and improvement by processing and hybridization with petrochemistry is expected to yield carbon structures with controlled surface chemistry and nano-morphology and therefore an extended application spectrum, useful for transfer to society. Model experiments indicate that using other simply available substances as monomers under HYDRA-conditions can result in high performance engineering plastics, ultrahigh surface materials for gas-storage, or novel fragments which are otherwise non accessible in comparable qualities under similarly sustainable conditions. That way, it is expected that HYDRA-Chem can expand synthetic chemistry in the direction of high temperatures and rather unusual solvent conditions.
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Chercheur principal

Markus Antonietti (Prof.)

Institution d’accueil

MAX-PLANCK-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FORDERUNG DER WISSENSCHAFTEN EV

Adresse

Hofgartenstrasse 8
80539 Munich

Allemagne

Type d’activité

Higher or Secondary Education Establishments

Contribution de l’UE

€ 2 461 600

Chercheur principal

Markus Antonietti (Prof.)

Contact administratif

Nadine Stolz (Ms.)

Bénéficiaires (1)

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Tout développer

MAX-PLANCK-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FORDERUNG DER WISSENSCHAFTEN EV

Allemagne

Contribution de l’UE

€ 2 461 600

Informations projet

N° de convention de subvention: 227639

État

Projet clôturé

  • Date de début

    1 Novembre 2008

  • Date de fin

    30 Juin 2014

Financé au titre de:

FP7-IDEAS-ERC

  • Budget total:

    € 2 461 600

  • Contribution de l’UE

    € 2 461 600

Institution d'accueil:

MAX-PLANCK-GESELLSCHAFT ZUR FORDERUNG DER WISSENSCHAFTEN EV

Allemagne