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Carbon–Fe 3 O 4 coaxial nanofibres with a diameter around 100 nm were synthesized by pyrolysis of ferrocene in supercritical CO 2 at 400 °C. The single crystal Fe 3 O 4 cores of the coaxial nanofibres are continuous, and the carbon shell is rich in H. The M – H hysteresis loop for the...
Thermal stresses in composites composed of fiber (Nicalon™ or carbon fiber), pyrolytic-carbon coating and matrix (SiC) were calculated by the use of the actual properties of carbon coating, which are elastically and thermally cylindrically-anisotropic (transversely-isotropic about radial...
Calcination of the molecular precursor sodium chloranilate dihydrate at 300 °C in air leads to a foam-type graphite oxide-like derivative that is lightweight, has a high surface area and porosity, and contains oxygen in the concentration range of conventional graphite oxide. Characterization...
The influence of pitch composition and surface properties of petroleum coke on the interaction of pitch and coke in the composite is studied. The adsorption results and EPR data indicate that recombination of paramagnetic centers and interaction of oxygen functional groups occur during the...
We show that the efficiency of incorporating C 60 in single-wall carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs) and that of the incorporated C 60 ’s release from the SWCNTs depend on the SWCNT diameter. Through transmission electron microscopy, we found that the C 60 incorporation efficiency reached its maximum at...
Powdered activated carbon (PAC) is a common answer to water utilities’ taste and odor problems. However, these utilities are often uncertain as the characteristics of PAC are critical for optimum taste and odor abatement. In order to separate the effects, if any, that pore structure and surface...
An experimental study was conducted to examine the role of hydrogen in the chemical vapor deposition (CVD) synthesis of multiwalled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) in a flow tube reactor using xylene as a carbon source and ferrocene as a catalyst. Ferrocene was introduced into the reactor by two...
Interactions between atoms of bound single-walled carbon nanotubes are known to cause measurable distortion to the tube’s original circular cross-section. High-resolution transmission electron microscope investigation was used to directly image and verify these radial deformations. The data...
Anthracite–magnesium composites were prepared via reactive ball milling in cyclohexene, leading to up to ∼0.6% hydrogen evolution at atmospheric pressure and temperatures up to 1273 K. Hydrogen evolution, measured with temperature programmed desorption coupled with mass spectroscopy...
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