What is it about?
This publication reviews the latest research on biochar, a valuable material produced from biomass through the pyrolysis process. Biochar can be used to control carbon emissions and increase soil fertility, resulting in higher agricultural yield. We discuss the various conversion techniques used to produce biochar and its multiple applications in different fields.
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Why is it important?
This publication stands out since it provides readers with an up-to-date review of the latest research on biochar production and applications. It discusses the unique features and versatility of biochar as a carbon-negative material, carbon sink, and soil amendment. Additionally, it addresses the knowledge gaps and challenges of field-scale application, providing insights into the need for long-term and integrated studies. Our publication would be exceptionally useful to researchers and practitioners in various fields, seeking sustainable solutions to reduce carbon emissions and improve soil health.
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This page is a summary of: Biochar Production: Recent Developments, Applications, and challenges, Fuel, April 2023, Elsevier,
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