Universal Journal of Carbon Research

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Universal Journal of Carbon Research (UJCR) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal on carbon research, published biannually online by Universal Wiser Publisher (UWP).

UJCR provides a forum for publishing papers which advance the in-depth understanding of formation, structure, properties, behaviors, and technological applications of carbons.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

· carbon allotropes
· carbon materials
· carbon skeleton
· carbon cycle
· carbon capture science and technology
· conversion of carbon dioxide to fuels and chemicals

The journal publishes comprehensive research articles, reviews, short communications, and letters and encourages original and novel papers of general or specialist importance.

Latest Articles

Open Access Article

Synthesis, Characterization and Bioapplications of Pristine Graphene: A Review

by Sakib Ishraq, Yuxin Liu

ABSTRACT: Graphene, ostensibly the strongest material to date, has been a topic of interest for engineers, scientists and researchers since its first isolation through mechanical exfoliation through forming...

Open Access Article

Novel Ultrahard C6 with Mixed sp3-sp2 Hybridizations and Semiconducting Behavior: Crystal Chemistry and First Principles Investigations

by Samir Matar

ABSTRACT: Novel tetragonal carbon allotrope C 6 made of allene-like C(sp 2 ) tricarbon unit >C=C=C< embedded in diamond-like C(sp 3 ) lattice is proposed from crystal chemistry backed with first...

Open Access Article

Heavy Metals Adsorption on Cyanex-272 Modified Activated Carbon: Efficacy and Selectivity

by Zeinab Ezzeddine, Layla Abdallah, Hussein Hamad

ABSTRACT: This study investigated the potential use of activated carbon functionalized with Cyanex272 (AC-Cyanex 272), in the removal of lead, copper and zinc cations from aqueous solutions. The modified...

Open Access Article

CO2/Brine/Rock Interactions in the Cedar Keys-Lawson Formation

by Yee Soong, Bret Howard, Igor Haljasmaa, Dustin Crandall, Robert Dilmore, Laura Dalton, Zhang Wu, Ping Wang, McMahan Gray, Fan Shi

ABSTRACT: It has been reported that among the various geologic storage options, deep saline aquifers have the largest estimated capacity for CO 2 storage.  Obtaining knowledge of possible artificially...