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A MICROPOROUS CARBON PRODUCED BY ARC-EVAPORATION

Abstract:

A carbon soot formed by arc evaporation and activated by heating under carbon dioxide is found to have a surprisingly high internal micropore volume (> 0.25 ml g-1) and an apparent BET surface area of ca. 700 m 2 g-1, a large proportion of the pores are ca. ≤5 Å; transmission electron microscopy shows a highly disordered microstructure, which electron irradiation readily transforms into quasi spherical concentric nanoparticles of diameter of ca. 60 Å, the carbon material, which is highly a...

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10.1039/c39930001519

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CLARIDGE, J More by this author
Journal:
JOURNAL OF THE CHEMICAL SOCIETY-CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS
Issue:
19
Pages:
1519-1522
Publication date:
1993-10-07
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ISSN:
0022-4936
URN:
uuid:42ed1cd3-7275-4a3a-8169-26f8c9e94580
Source identifiers:
180302
Local pid:
pubs:180302
Language:
English

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