Magda Titirici
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Engineering carbon materials from the hydrothermal carbonization process of biomass
B Hu, K Wang, L Wu, SH Yu, M Antonietti, MM Titirici
Advanced materials 22 (7), 813-828, 2010
Hydrothermal carbonization of biomass residuals: a comparative review of the chemistry, processes and applications of wet and dry pyrolysis
JA Libra, KS Ro, C Kammann, A Funke, ND Berge, Y Neubauer, ...
Biofuels 2 (1), 71-106, 2011
Chemistry and materials options of sustainable carbon materials made by hydrothermal carbonization
MM Titirici, M Antonietti
Chemical Society Reviews 39 (1), 103-116, 2010
Sustainable carbon materials
MM Titirici, RJ White, N Brun, VL Budarin, DS Su, F Del Monte, JH Clark, ...
Chemical Society Reviews 44 (1), 250-290, 2015
Hollow carbon nanospheres with superior rate capability for sodium‐based batteries
K Tang, L Fu, RJ White, L Yu, MM Titirici, M Antonietti, J Maier
Advanced Energy Materials 2 (7), 873-877, 2012
Superior storage performance of a Si@ SiOx/C nanocomposite as anode material for lithium-ion batteries
YS Hu, R Demir-Cakan, MM Titirici, JO Müller, R Schlögl, M Antonietti, ...
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 (9), 1645-1649, 2008
Nitrogen‐containing hydrothermal carbons with superior performance in supercapacitors
L Zhao, LZ Fan, MQ Zhou, H Guan, S Qiao, M Antonietti, MM Titirici
Advanced materials 22 (45), 5202-5206, 2010
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
A review of rechargeable batteries for portable electronic devices
Y Liang, CZ Zhao, H Yuan, Y Chen, W Zhang, JQ Huang, D Yu, Y Liu, ...
InfoMat 1 (1), 6-32, 2019
Hydrothermal carbon from biomass: a comparison of the local structure from poly-to monosaccharides and pentoses/hexoses
MM Titirici, M Antonietti, N Baccile
Green Chemistry 10 (11), 1204-1212, 2008
Morphological and structural differences between glucose, cellulose and lignocellulosic biomass derived hydrothermal carbons
C Falco, N Baccile, MM Titirici
Green Chemistry 13 (11), 3273-3281, 2011
A generalized synthesis of metal oxide hollow spheres using a hydrothermal approach
MM Titirici, M Antonietti, A Thomas
Chemistry of materials 18 (16), 3808-3812, 2006
Hard carbon microtubes made from renewable cotton as high‐performance anode material for sodium‐ion batteries
Y Li, YS Hu, MM Titirici, L Chen, X Huang
Advanced energy materials 6 (18), 1600659, 2016
Topological defects in metal‐free nanocarbon for oxygen electrocatalysis
C Tang, HF Wang, X Chen, BQ Li, TZ Hou, B Zhang, Q Zhang, MM Titirici, ...
Advanced materials 28 (32), 6845-6851, 2016
Levulinic acid biorefineries: new challenges for efficient utilization of biomass
FD Pileidis, MM Titirici
ChemSusChem 9 (6), 562-582, 2016
Intercalation chemistry of graphite: alkali metal ions and beyond
Y Li, Y Lu, P Adelhelm, MM Titirici, YS Hu
Chemical Society Reviews 48 (17), 4655-4687, 2019
A direct synthesis of mesoporous carbons with bicontinuous pore morphology from crude plant material by hydrothermal carbonization
MM Titirici, A Thomas, SH Yu, JO Müller, M Antonietti
Chemistry of Materials 19 (17), 4205-4212, 2007
Back in the black: hydrothermal carbonization of plant material as an efficient chemical process to treat the CO 2 problem?
MM Titirici, A Thomas, M Antonietti
New Journal of Chemistry 31 (6), 787-789, 2007
Carboxylate-rich carbonaceous materials via one-step hydrothermal carbonization of glucose in the presence of acrylic acid
R Demir-Cakan, N Baccile, M Antonietti, MM Titirici
Chemistry of materials 21 (3), 484-490, 2009
A one-pot hydrothermal synthesis of sulfur and nitrogen doped carbon aerogels with enhanced electrocatalytic activity in the oxygen reduction reaction
SA Wohlgemuth, RJ White, MG Willinger, MM Titirici, M Antonietti
Green Chemistry 14 (5), 1515-1523, 2012
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