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Chemistry and Physics of Carbon: A Series of Advances by Peter A. Thrower

By Peter A. Thrower

"Volume 25 introduces tools for the guidance of carbyne and addresses theoretical concerns; discusses carbyne houses, spectroscopy, and chemical and crystal constitution; explains using x-ray and neutron scattering for the structural assessment of carbonaceous fabrics; and more."

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T. Kelly, and K. E. Gilchrist Highly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite and Its Intercalation Compounds A. W. Moore Volume 18 Impurities in Natural Diamond D. M. Bibby A Review of the Interfacial Phenomena in Graphite Fiber Composites K. Wolf, R. E. Fornes, J. D. Memory, and R. D. Gilbert The Palladium-catalyzed Conversion of Amorphous to Graphitic Carbon W. L. Holstein, R. D. Moorhead, H. Poppa, and M. Boudart Volume 19 Substitutional Solid Solubility in Carbon and Graphite S. Marinkovic * Kinetics of Pyrolytic Carbon Formation P.

Memory, and R. D. Gilbert The Palladium-catalyzed Conversion of Amorphous to Graphitic Carbon W. L. Holstein, R. D. Moorhead, H. Poppa, and M. Boudart Volume 19 Substitutional Solid Solubility in Carbon and Graphite S. Marinkovic * Kinetics of Pyrolytic Carbon Formation P. A. Tesner Etch-decoration Electron Microscopy Studies of the Gas-Carbon Reactions Ralph T. Yang Optical Properties of Anisotropic Carbon R. A. Forrest, H. Marsh, C. Cornford, and B. T. Kelly Volume 20 Structural Studies of PAN-based Carbon Fibers David J.

It was shown that a new form of natural carbon was formed from graphite by high temperature and pressure caused by the fall of the meteorite. Chaoite is very hard (harder than B4C). The "white" crystalline carbon was also synthesized by means of sublimation of pyrolitic graphite at high temperature in vacuum [114]. Thus proof was given that high pressure is not required to form "white" carbon, rather, high temperature will suffice. This new form of carbon wonderfully renders carbyne. The almost complete coincidence of interplanar spacings dhkl of carbyne and natural carbon (as synthesized by sublimation of graphite) measured on the X-ray diffraction patterns of the polycrystalline specimen testifies to a close similarity of their crystalline structures (Tables 3, 4).

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