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By Peter A. Thrower, Ljubisa R. Radovic

This twenty fourth quantity keeps within the culture of its predecessors, featuring authoritative, interdisciplinary assurance of latest themes within the box of carbon chemistry and physics. With contributions by way of prime overseas specialists, this quantity: describes pitch polymerization kinetics in the course of mesophase formation and the structure of coexisting levels in mesophase pitch in the course of warmth remedy; elucidates the mechanism of mesophase formation and pitch polymerization kinetics after mesophase formation; examines the significance of actual, solid-state, electro- and analytical chemistry within the learn of carbon surfaces; discusses the theoretical history for the thermal conductivity of diamonds, unmarried crystal diamonds and chemically-vapour-deposited diamond movies; and explains the chemistry serious about the economic fabrication and use of needle coke.

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E- Top: is orientation o€BSU in real space (twist around z, tilt around x). Bottom: reciprocal space and illustration of the dist~bution tilt and twist angles (pole figure). c). 14a and b or c and d to compare with Fig. and b), an SO is very different from an LMO. The di~erencesbetween various types of preferred orientation are brought into evidence by the use of a figure of poles [63] (Fig. 15). In a perfect azimuthal orientation of all BSU in a plane,the common 002 reflection lies along the normal to the aromatic layers.

The first Fourier transform of Fig. 23ais given in the inset. It contains weak interferencering, reinforced into two arcs and two sectors of small angle scattering. It was filtered by eliminating small angle scattering, inelastic scattering of the supporting film and incident beam, but keeping the whole ring. Figure 23d shows that the columnar arrangement is already present in the sphere even included in its pitch isand associated with noticeable amountof random BSU including 90" misoriented ones.

The concentration of aliphatic CH groups measured at the maximum of aromatic CH groups is very low or zero. It decreases progressively from less than 30 K units for Kerosen Shale, standard, down to 12 for Sporopollenin, standard. Itis zero for oxidized Sporopollenin, standard; Sporopollenin, vacuum; and kerogens of Series 111 heated at standard conditions, The maximum concentration of aliphatic CH groups itself decreases from 157 down to less than 20 K units. Aliphatic CH loss ends at HTT values decreasing progressively from above 600°C for Sporopollenin pressure down to 400°C for Lignite.

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