Chemistry and physics of carbon : a series of advances  v. 1 ~ v. 31

Volume editor Radovic, Ljubisa R.

"Volume 25 introduces methods for the preparation of carbyne and addresses theoretical issues; discusses carbyne properties, spectroscopy, and chemical and crystal structure; explains the use of x-ray and neutron scattering for the structural evaluation of carbonaceous materials; and more."

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The Chemistry and Physics of Carbon series presents advances in carbon research and development and comprehensive reviews on the state of the science in all these areas. Building on the tradition of its highly acclaimed predecessors, Volume 28 of this series presents authoritative, interdisciplinary coverage of contemporary topics. With contributions by leading international experts and more than 1300 references, this indispensable volume discusses the structure of glassy carbon, carbon fibers, carbon black (soot), chars, spherulitic graphite in cast iron and naturally occurring forms of carbon; and structural similarities with fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, and carbon nanoparticles.

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The latest addition to this lauded series, this reference collects pioneering research on the chemistry and physics of carbon surfaces and the structural properties of carbons. Written by distinguished researchers affiliated with respected institutions, such as the Instituto Nacional del Carbon (INCAR) and the University of Reading, Chemistry and Physics of Carbon provides a comprehensive overview of the molecular structure of carbons and demonstrates how modern computational and modeling methods may contribute to the prediction of carbon material adsorption, separation, and diffusion. Volume 29 bridges the gap between the flat and curved sp2 hybridized carbon structures and resolves controversies related to the formation of fullerenes and soot. It emphasizes theoretical interpretations and computer simulations that reflect the current trends in carbon surface physics and analyses and examines water/carbon interactions with a chapter by an authority on microporous carbons. This definitive source also summarizes current knowledge concerning all aspects of Chemical Vapor Deposition of diamond, and showcases its latest applications.

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This 24th volume continues in the tradition of its predecessors, presenting authoritative, interdisciplinary coverage of contemporary topics in the field of carbon chemistry and physics. With contributions by leading international experts, this volume: describes pitch polymerization kinetics during mesophase formation and the constitution of coexisting phases in mesophase pitch during heat treatment; elucidates the mechanism of mesophase formation and pitch polymerization kinetics after mesophase formation; examines the importance of physical, solid-state, electro- and analytical chemistry in the study of carbon surfaces; discusses the theoretical background for the thermal conductivity of diamonds, single crystal diamonds and chemically-vapour-deposited diamond films; and explains the chemistry involved in the commercial fabrication and use of needle coke.

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Volume 26 of this work provides insights into the mechanisms of primary carbonization; reviews the graphitization of various carbon materials under applied pressures; discusses changes in the thermal-mechanical properties of carbon/carbon composites due to stress effects; describes factors that result in the acceleration of the graphitization process; addresses the carbonization and graphitization of aromatic polymide films, and the quality control and quality of graphite films; and more.

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Written by distinguished researchers in carbon, the long-running Chemistry and Physics of Carbon series provides a comprehensive and critical overview of carbon in terms of molecular structure, intermolecular relationships, bulk and surface properties, and their behavior in an amazing variety of current and emerging applications, ranging from nanotechnology to environmental remediation. Volume 30 not only retains the high-quality content and reputation of previous volumes, but also complements them with reliable and timely coverage of the latest advances in the field. The first chapters analyze progressive approaches to controlling more precisely the structure, morphology, and surface properties of novel activated carbons. They cover methods using activating agents such as alkaline hydroxides as well as endo- and exotemplates made from zeolites, silica, and colloidal crystals. The third chapter examines techniques for characterizing carbon surface chemistry, including electrochemical, spectroscopic, and chromatographic methods. The fourth and final chapter compares the virtues of exfoliated graphite, carbonized fir fibers, carbon fiber felt, and charcoals in solving oil spill problems, a matter of increasing environmental concern. Emphasizing key experimental results, practical aspects, and cutting-edge applications in every chapter, Volume 30 is a vital resource for those developing new technologies such as drug delivery, adsorbents for oil/chemical spills, materials processing, high-performance nanocarbons, and energy storage and conversion devices, including lithium ion batteries, supercapacitors, and fuel cells.

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Written by distinguished researchers, the long-running Chemistry and Physics of Carbon series provides a comprehensive and critical overview of carbon materials in terms of molecular structure, intermolecular relationships, bulk and surface properties, and their behavior in current and emerging applications. Volume 31 not only retains the high-quality content and reputation of previous volumes, but also complements them with reliable and timely coverage of the latest advances in the field. Maintaining the high level established by its predecessors, this book contains a prestigious and authoritative series of review chapters covering both chemistry and physics of carbon. The book examines properties and behavior of carbon materials ranging from coal to graphite, from activated carbons, chars, cokes, and carbon blacks to carbon fibers, fullerenes, nanotubes, and graphene. It complements previous volumes in the series by presenting updated information on 'disordered' carbons, a complex field that impacts nearly all aspects of carbon materials research. It includes a chapter on novel methods of characterization of carbon materials using ever more powerful techniques, as well as a chapter on the use of carbon materials in photocatalysis, a fast-moving and potentially exciting application. Emphasizing key experimental results and practical aspects, as well as important theoretical issues in every chapter, Volume 31 is a vital resource for those engaged in developing new technologies in a wide range of applicability of traditional and novel carbon materials from drug delivery to energy storage and conversion.

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"Provides an overview of scientific and technological issues in environmental applications of carbon materials. Emphasizes the versatility of carbon materials in both gas- and liquid-phase environmental applications, including a discussion of emerging technologies. Highlights the power and potential opportunities afforded by NMR spectroscopy for understanding the interaction of carbon materials with adsorbed molecules."

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  • "Characterization of Structure and Microtexture of Carbon Materials by Magnetoresistance Technique, Yoshihiro Hishiyama, Yutaka Kaburagi, and Michio Inagaki Electrochemical Carbonization of Fluoropolymers, Ladislav Kavan Oxidation Protection of Carbon Materials, Douglas W. McKee Nuclear Grade Activated Carbons and the Radioactive Iodide Problem, Victor R. Deitz "

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  • Carbon Activation by Alkaline Hydroxides: Preparation and Reactions, Porosity and Performance
  • A. Linares-Solano, D. Lozano-Castello, M.A. Lillo-Rodenas, and D. Cazorla-Amoros Preparation and Variables Singular Characteristics of Porosity Developed by Alkaline Hydroxide Activation Reactions Occurring During Activation Applications of KOH/NaOH Activated Carbons Concluding Remarks Template Approaches to Preparing Porous Carbons
  • F. Su, Z. Zhou, W. Guo, J. Liu, X.N. Tian, and X.S. Zhao Zeolite-Templated Microporous Carbon Mesoporous-Silica-Templated Mesoporous Carbon Nanoparticle-Templated Mesoporous Carbon Colloidal-Crystal-Templated Macroporous Carbon er.Templating Approaches to Preparing Carbon Applications of Templated Porous Carbon Summary Characterization of Carbon Surface Chemistry
  • P. Burg and D. Cagniant. Introduction: Carbonaceous Materials Characterization of Surface Chemistry in Terms of Functional Groups Surface Characterization in Terms of Active, Polar, and Nonpolar Sites Application of Calorimetric Methods to Characterization of Surface Chemistry Spectroscopic Characterization of Carbon Surface Chemistry Characterization of Surface Chemistry in Terms of Molecular Interactions Conclusions Sorption of Heavy Oils into Carbon Materials
  • M. Toyoda, N. Iwashita, and M. Inagaki Carbon Materials and Heavy Oils Used Sorption Capacity for Heavy Oils Selectivity of Sorption Sorption Kinetics Cyclic Performance of Carbon Materials for Sorption of Heavy Oils Heavy Oils Recovered Preliminary Experiments for Practical Recovery of Spilled Heavy Oils Concluding Remarks *Each Chapter Contains an Introduction and References

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  • Carbyne - a linear chain-like carbon allotrope
  • small-angle scattering of neutrons and x-rays from carbons and graphites
  • carbon materials in catalysis.

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  • Colloidal and supramolecular aspects of carbon
  • stress graphitization
  • high quality graphite films produced from aromatic polyimides.

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  • EXFOLIATION OF GRAPHITE VIA INTERCALATION COMPOUNDS, Michio Inagaki, Feiyu Kang, and Masahiro Toyoda Introduction Exfoliation of Graphite Exfoliation of Carbon Fibers Mechanism of Exfoliation Formation into Flexible graphite Sheets Applications of Exfoliated Graphite and Flexible Graphite Sheets Concluding Remarks References DIAMOND SYNTHESIZED AT LOW PRESSURE, Slobodan N. Marinkovic Introduction Processes in the Gas Phase Nucleation of diamond Mechanismm of Diamond Growth Diamond Growth at Low Substrate Temerature Epitakial Diamond Growth Oriented Growth and Morphology of diamond Coatings Doping of diamon Methods of Chemical Vapor Deposition of diamon Applications of CVD Diamond Summary and Conclusions References ENERGETICS OF PHYSICAL ADSORPTION OF GASES AND VAPORS ON CARBONS, Eduardo J. Bottani and Juan M.D. Tascon Introduction Thermodynamic Aspects of Gas Physisorption Methods and Techniques of Analysis Summary and Conclusions References

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  • Early stages of petroleum pitch carbonization - kinetics and mechanisms, R.A. Greinke
  • thermal conductivity of diamond, Donald T. Morelli
  • chemistry in the production and utilization of needle coke, Isao Mochida et al
  • interfacial chemistry and electrochemistry of carbon surfaces, Carlos A. Leon et al.

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  • Impact of the discovery of fullerenes on carbon science, Peter J.F. Harris
  • molecular models of porous carbons, Teresa J. Bandosz, Mark J. Biggs, Keith E. Gubbins, Y. Hattori, T. Iiyama, Katsumi Kaneko, Jorge Pikunic, and Kendall T. Thomson
  • adsorption of water vapour on activated carbon - a brief overview, D. Mowla, D.D. Do, and Katsumi Kaneko
  • coal-tar pitch - composition and pyrolysis behaviour, Marcos Granda, Ricardo Santamaria, and Rosa Menendez.

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  • Preface, Ljubisa R. Radovic A Realistic Approach to Disordered Carbons, Agnes Oberlin and Sylvie Bonnamy General Formulations Basic Structural Units (BSUs) as Elemental Bricks of the Disordered Carbons Heteroatom Contribution: From Disordered Materials to Graphite through Carbonization General Conclusions Appendix: Imaging of a Single Aromatic Layer Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Methods Applied to the Study of Carbon Materials, Jair C.C. Freitas, Alfredo G. Cunha, and Francisco G. Emmerich Introduction Background on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Practical Aspects of Solid-State 13C NMR in Carbon Science Survey of Selected Applications of Solid-State NMR to Carbon Materials Concluding Remarks Carbon Materials in Photocatalysis, Masahiro Toyoda, Tomoki Tsumura,Beata Tryba, Sylwia Mozia, Magdalena Janus, Antoni W. Morawski, and Michio Inagaki Introduction Carbon-Supported TiO2 Carbon-Modified TiO2 Carbon-Coated TiO2 Preparation of New Photocatalysts through Carbon Coating Summary and Conclusions

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  • Carbon materials in environmental applications
  • 1HNMR spectroscopy of adsorbed molecules and free surface energy of carbon adsorbents
  • electrochemical studies of phenomena at active carbon-electrolyte solution interfaces
  • carbon materials as adsorbents in aqueous solutions.

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この本の情報

書名 Chemistry and physics of carbon : a series of advances
著作者等 Thrower, P. A.
Walker, P. L.
Thrower Peter A.
Walker Philip L.
Radovic Ljubisa R.
巻冊次 v. 1
v. 2
v. 3
v. 4
v. 5
v. 6
v. 7
v. 8
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v. 10
v. 11
v. 12
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v. 15
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v. 20
v. 21
v. 22
v. 23
v. 24
v. 25
v. 26
v. 27
v. 28
v. 29
v. 30
v. 31
出版元 Marcel Dekker
刊行年月 1965-
ページ数 v.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0824702468
082470987X
0824712099
0824717406
0824719530
0824740882
0824760514
0824763041
0824767462
0824768167
0824769910
0824772458
0824777409
0824779398
0824781139
0824784820
082479091X
0824793684
0824717627
9781439820940
9781420042986
ISSN 00693138
NCID BA0044569X
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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