Biochar, a carbon based material derived from biomass, emerges as a sustainable, renewable, environmentally friendly and inexpensive material. Biochar is characterized by high carbon content and it can be used in composites instead of more expensive or less environmentally friendly carbon fillers. Transmission through a common building materials such as drywall coated with a biochar based paste is measured in the frequency band 1-12 GHz for normal incidence in a compact anechoic chamber.

(2021). Drywall coated with biochar as electromagnetic interference shielding material . Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/195732

Drywall coated with biochar as electromagnetic interference shielding material

Di Summa, Davide;Natali Sora, Isabella;Ruscica, Giuseppe;Pelosato, Renato
2021

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Biochar, a carbon based material derived from biomass, emerges as a sustainable, renewable, environmentally friendly and inexpensive material. Biochar is characterized by high carbon content and it can be used in composites instead of more expensive or less environmentally friendly carbon fillers. Transmission through a common building materials such as drywall coated with a biochar based paste is measured in the frequency band 1-12 GHz for normal incidence in a compact anechoic chamber.
Savi, Patrizia; Di Summa, Davide; Natali Sora, Isabella; Dassano, Gianluca; Ruscica, Giuseppe; Pelosato, Renato
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