Marta Sevilla
Marta Sevilla
Instituto de Ciencia y Tecnología del Carbono (INCAR-CSIC)
Verified email at incar.csic.es
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The production of carbon materials by hydrothermal carbonization of cellulose
M Sevilla, AB Fuertes
Carbon 47 (9), 2281-2289, 2009
12882009
Chemical and structural properties of carbonaceous products obtained by hydrothermal carbonization of saccharides
M Sevilla, AB Fuertes
Chemistry–A European Journal 15 (16), 4195-4203, 2009
10422009
Energy storage applications of activated carbons: supercapacitors and hydrogen storage
M Sevilla, R Mokaya
Energy & Environmental Science 7 (4), 1250-1280, 2014
8752014
Sustainable porous carbons with a superior performance for CO 2 capture
M Sevilla, AB Fuertes
Energy & Environmental Science 4 (5), 1765-1771, 2011
7442011
N‐Doped Polypyrrole‐Based Porous Carbons for CO2 Capture
M Sevilla, P Valle‐Vigón, AB Fuertes
Advanced Functional Materials 21 (14), 2781-2787, 2011
6992011
Black perspectives for a green future: hydrothermal carbons for environment protection and energy storage
MM Titirici, RJ White, C Falco, M Sevilla
Energy & Environmental Science 5 (5), 6796-6822, 2012
6092012
Hydrothermal carbonization of abundant renewable natural organic chemicals for high‐performance supercapacitor electrodes
L Wei, M Sevilla, AB Fuertes, R Mokaya, G Yushin
Advanced Energy Materials 1 (3), 356-361, 2011
5382011
Direct synthesis of highly porous interconnected carbon nanosheets and their application as high-performance supercapacitors
M Sevilla, AB Fuertes
ACS nano 8 (5), 5069-5078, 2014
4742014
Catalytic graphitization of templated mesoporous carbons
M Sevilla, AB Fuertes
Carbon 44 (3), 468-474, 2006
4042006
Polypyrrole‐derived activated carbons for high‐performance electrical double‐layer capacitors with ionic liquid electrolyte
L Wei, M Sevilla, AB Fuertes, R Mokaya, G Yushin
Advanced Functional Materials 22 (4), 827-834, 2012
3782012
High density hydrogen storage in superactivated carbons from hydrothermally carbonized renewable organic materials
M Sevilla, AB Fuertes, R Mokaya
Energy & Environmental Science 4 (4), 1400-1410, 2011
3632011
Chemical and structural properties of carbonaceous products obtained by pyrolysis and hydrothermal carbonisation of corn stover
AB Fuertes, MC Arbestain, M Sevilla, JA Maciá-Agulló, S Fiol, R López, ...
Soil Research 48 (7), 618-626, 2010
3042010
Hydrothermal carbonization of biomass as a route for the sequestration of CO2: Chemical and structural properties of the carbonized products
M Sevilla, JA Maciá-Agulló, AB Fuertes
Biomass and Bioenergy 35 (7), 3152-3159, 2011
2872011
Fe–N-doped carbon capsules with outstanding electrochemical performance and stability for the oxygen reduction reaction in both acid and alkaline conditions
GA Ferrero, K Preuss, A Marinovic, AB Jorge, N Mansor, DJL Brett, ...
ACS nano 10 (6), 5922-5932, 2016
2832016
Assessment of the Role of Micropore Size and N-Doping in CO2 Capture by Porous Carbons
M Sevilla, JB Parra, AB Fuertes
ACS applied materials & interfaces 5 (13), 6360-6368, 2013
2392013
Sulfur-containing activated carbons with greatly reduced content of bottle neck pores for double-layer capacitors: a case study for pseudocapacitance detection
W Gu, M Sevilla, A Magasinski, AB Fuertes, G Yushin
Energy & Environmental Science 6 (8), 2465-2476, 2013
2302013
Biomass‐derived carbon quantum dot sensitizers for solid‐state nanostructured solar cells
J Briscoe, A Marinovic, M Sevilla, S Dunn, M Titirici
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 54 (15), 4463-4468, 2015
2152015
High-performance CO 2 sorbents from algae
M Sevilla, C Falco, MM Titirici, AB Fuertes
RSC advances 2 (33), 12792-12797, 2012
1922012
CO2 adsorption by activated templated carbons
M Sevilla, AB Fuertes
Journal of colloid and interface science 366 (1), 147-154, 2012
1882012
Hierarchical microporous/mesoporous carbon nanosheets for high-performance supercapacitors
AB Fuertes, M Sevilla
ACS applied materials & interfaces 7 (7), 4344-4353, 2015
1692015
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