Graphite Fibers and Filaments
M. S. Dresselhaus
Springer-Verlag GmbH, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 382 pages
This book on carbon fiber research is designed to initiate graduate students into the field and for use by professionals already working in it. The coverage is comprehensive and emphasizes topics of particular interest to physicists and materials scientists. This book is written from the point of view of the basic science underlying the structure and properties of carbon fibers. Emphasis is given to those analytical techniques which have been successfully applied to bulk graphite and are now being applied to the study of carbon fibers. The book specifically considers the preparation, microstructure and defects, electronic structure, lattice, thermal, mechanical, magnetic, electrical and high temperature properties of carbon fibers, together with modifications induced by intercalation and ion implantation, and finishes with a brief discussion of applications. Over 500 references are included which are chosen as much as possible from the recent literature.
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Introductory Material on Graphite Fibers and Filaments
Synthesis of Graphite Fibers and Filaments
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angle applications atoms band Beetz benzene-derived Brillouin zone c-axis carbon fibers carbon filaments catalyst CCVD fibers CCVD filaments Chieu composites crystallite curves decrease defects diameter discussed in Sect disorder Dresselhaus effect elastic electrical electron Endo energy ex-PAN fibers ex-pitch fibers exfoliation Fermi fiber axis fibers heat treated fracture GICs Goldberg graphene graphene planes graphite fibers graphite intercalation compounds growth high modulus high strength high temperature HOPG in-plane increase intercalated fibers intercalation compounds ion implantation Landau level lattice fringe length low temperature magnetic field magnetoresistance matrix measurements mechanical properties mesophase negative magnetoresistance observed obtained orientation oxidation parameters particle phonon Phys piezoresistance pitch fibers Raman region resistivity ribbons room temperature sample scattering shown in Fig single crystal graphite spectra stage strain stress structure Sugihara surface technique temperature dependence tensile strength thermal conductivity thermal expansion thermopower turbostratic two-dimensional values vapor-grown fibers x-ray diffraction Young's modulus