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[en] This work presents an alternative and new procedure for the preparation of two-dimensional (2D) carbon particles. Carbon particles with 2D morphology with size from 10 to 60 μm were synthesized by a simple catalyst-free redox reaction at atmospheric pressure at temperatures in the range of 400 - 600 grad C. The aluminium powder with 2D particles was used as reactive template and oxidized by tetrachloromethane (CCl4) and tetrachloroethylene (C2Cl4) for 60 min and 120 min. The carbon products reproduced the morphology of the original aluminium powder. The reaction also produced aluminium chloride (AlCl3) as by-product, which was released from the reaction system in a gaseous state. According to BET and BJH analysis, carbon particles exhibit mesoporous structure with surface area in the range of 60 - 500 m2 g-: 1. In the case reaction of Al and CCl4 SEM and TEM images show carbon particles with tiny 2D mesocrystalline structure in the size of 20 - 30 nm. At higher reaction temperatures as 600 grad C and 700 grad C, the formation of carbon materials with different morphologies, such as vermicular and one-dimensional (1D) carbon particles, was also observed. In the case reaction Al and C2Cl4 the carbon products was composed from different types of morphologies as carbon spheres, particles with 1D and 2D morphology. Carbon powder with 2D morphology which were prepared by CCl4, were also tested as conductive additive in solid-state battery on the base Li-S. Battery with carbon powder as carbon conductive additive showed ≅ 17% capacity of maximal theoretical capacity of Li2S battery, but battery displayed stable cycling stability until 90 cycles.