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Glass-like carbon: A CxH polymer intercalation compound

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Synthetic Metals
0379-6779
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Elsevier
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Volume
7
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DOI: 10.1016/0379-6779(83)90089-9

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Abstract The structure and annealing behavior of glass-like carbon show that it is a polymer carbon but similar to other carbons that have been extensively studied. X-ray and neutron diffraction indicate a crystalline size of 2.0–5.0 nm, but lattice fringe images show continuous interwound laths made up of 5 – 10 layers of graphite planes. During heating above tbout 2000°C the interlayer spacing decreases, hydrogen is removed, and the sign of the Hall coefficient changes. It is proposed that these phenomena indicate de-intercalation of hydrogen from an intercalation compound of stage 1 composition, C 3H.

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