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Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Carbon - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080097084, 9781483180533

Proceedings of the Fifth Conference on Carbon

1st Edition

Volume 2

Author: S. Mrozowski
eBook ISBN: 9781483180533
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1963
Page Count: 686
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Table of Contents


Part I Electronic Properties

Theory of the Electron Transport Properties of Single-Crystalline Graphite

Electronic Processes in Pyrolytic Graphites

The Magnetic Susceptibility of Pyrolytic Carbons

A Review of Electron Spin Resonance in Carbonaceous Materials

Electron Spin Resonance in High-temperature Carbons and Graphites

Double Magnetic Resonance in Chars

Further Studies of Electron Spin Resonance in Chars, Carbons and Graphites

Trapped Radicals in Organic Deposits

A Magnetic Study of the Carbonization and Graphitization of Some Representative Polymers

Semiconduction in Pyro-Polymers Doped with Na, Ca, and Th

Semiconductive Properties of Carbonized Coal

Spectral Studies of Coal

Absorption of Graphite in the Ultraviolet and Visible Spectrum

Infrared Absorption at Two Microns and Coal-tar Pitch Properties

Part II Surface Properties, Absorption and Reactivity

Direct Titration of the Acidity of Carbon Blacks

Hydride-transfer Reactions of Carbon Black

The Role of the Surface Complex in the Carbon-Oxygen Reaction

The Formation and Oxidation of High-area Carbon Films

Oxidation Kinetics of Pyrolytic Graphite

Catalysis of the Carbon-Carbon Dioxide Reaction by Iron

Mode of Porosity Development in Activated Anthracite

Steam Activation of Charcoal: A Systematic Study of Weight and Volume Losses

Chemical Characteristics of Carbon Brush Wear Dust

Part III Irradiation Effects, Gas Permeability

Observation of Lattice Defects in Fission Fragment-irradiated Graphite

On the Mechanism of Radiation Damage in Graphite

Effect of Heat Treatment on the High-temperature Thermal Properties of Baked Carbons and Irradiated Graphite

Preliminary Results on Radiation Damage in Various Graphites

Gas Permeability Studies on Some Artificial Graphites

The Use of Graphite in High-temperature Nuclear Fuel Elements

The Role of Pore Structure in the Oxidation of Graphite by Irradiated Carbon Dioxide

The Development of Low Permeability Graphite for the Dragon Reactor Experiment

Experiments on the Diffusion of Cesium and Barium Through Graphites of Low Helium Permeability

Part IV Carbonization, Graphitization and Structure

Studies of the Thermal Behavior of Some Polynuclear Aromatics

Influence of Aromatic Nitro-compounds on the Condensation of Coal-tar Pitch

Rate of Graphitization of Carbon

Studies on the Deposition of Pyrolytic Carbons

Some Effects of Annealing Pyrolytic Graphite

The Microscopic Structure of Pyrographite

Comparison of Properties of Carbon and Graphite Bodies Produced From Anthracite and Petroleum Coke

Particle Shape Factors, Crystallite Orientation, and Grindability of Petroleum Cokes

Development of Three-dimensional Crystallinity in Natural Graphitic Materials

The Tetrahedral Structure in Evaporated Thin Films of Carbon

Some Difficulties Encountered in the Application of X-ray Difiractometer Measurements to the Matrix Method of R. Diamond for the Determination of Crystallite Size Distributions in Turbostatic Carbons

The Breit-Dirac Correction to Compton Scattering of Carbon

Part V Mechanical and Thermal Properties, Imperfections

Electron Microscopy of Imperfections in Graphite Crystals

Extended Dislocations in the Anisotropic Elastic Continuum Approximation

Internal Friction of Carbon Materials

Creep and Recovery in Graphites at High Temperatures

Compressibility of Carbon Black

Further Studies of Young's Modulus of Carbons at Room Temperature

Preliminary Studies of Young's Modulus of Carbons at High Temperature

The Strength of Commercial Graphite

Preparation of Special Graphite Grades for Jet Propulsion Laboratory High-temperature Studies

Structural and High-temperature Tensile Properties of Special Pitch-Coke Graphites

Mechanical Properties of Pyrolytic Graphite to 2800°C

The Spectral Emissivity and Total Normal Emissivity of Commercial Graphites at Elevated Temperatures

Thermal Conductivity of Carbon at High Temperature

Author index

Subject Index



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