This is book number 78 in the Materials Research Foundations series.
The book presents an in-depth review of biomass-derived materials for energy storage technologies. Biomass is the most renewable and abundant carbon resource and has great potential for sustainable energy production. Topics covered include: Bone Char as a Support Material to Build a Microbial Biocapacitor; Biomass Derived Composites; Lignin- and Bamboo Derived Materials, Cellulose-Derived Electrodes; Water Splitting, Fuel cells, and Supercapacitor Technologies. 465 References. Keywords: Bamboo Stick, Biochar, Bioelectrodes, Biofilm, Biomass, Bone Char, Carbon Nanofiber, Cellulose-Derived Electrodes, Fuel Cells, Green Energy, Microbial Biocapacitor, Biomass Derived Composites, High-Frequency Supercapacitors, Lignin Materials, Bamboo Materials, Lithium-Ion Batteries, Lithium-Sulfur Batteries, Natural Precursors, Porous Carbon, Supercapacitor Technology, Water Splitting.