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Author: I. P. Lyubliner,N. V. Gulko,E. P. Titovets,I. N. Ermolenko
ISBN: 0895738732
Pages: 304 pages
Publisher: Vch Pub (February 1, 1990)
Language: English Russian
Category: Engineering
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e-Book Chemically Modified Carbon Fibers and Their Applications (English and Russian Edition) epub download

by I. P. Lyubliner,N. V. Gulko,E. P. Titovets,I. N. Ermolenko



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When carbon fibers are chemically modified (for example, by the incorporation of other elements), their range of application can be greatly extended. This book describes the modes of production and characterization of such fibers and pays particular attention to their application as catalysts, ion-exchangers, sorbents, and above all, as constituents of composites in various high-tech materials.

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Personal Name: Ermolenko, I. N. (Igor§ Nikolaevich). Personal Name: Gul§ko, N. (Nina Vladimirovna). Uniform Title: çie ugol§nye voloknistye materialy. Rubrics: Carbon composites Carbon fibers. Download now Chemically modified carbon fibers and their applications . Gulko ; translated by . Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Gulko,Chemically Modified Carbon Fibers and Their Applications (VCH, Weinheim, 1990). Stavitskaya, Adsorbtsiya Adsorbenty 5 (1977) 1. oogle Scholar. T. Inui, T. Suzuki and Y. Takegami, Carbon 22 (1984) 36.

By I. Ermolenko, I. Lyubliner and N. Gulko. Published on Feb 1, 1991in Angewandte Chemie. Copy DOI. Wolfgang H. Meyer34. Estimated H-index: 34. (MPG: Max Planck Society).

Ermolenko ; I. Lyubliner ; N. Gulko: Download PDF book format. Verfasser (DE-588)160663687. Yermolenko, N. Gulko, I. Lyubliner. ISBN 9783527269273 (978-3-527-26927-3) Hardcover, Wiley-VCH, 1989.

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Carbon fibers and composites have moved to the center of materials science, with significant basic . Ermolenko IN, Lyubliner LP, Gulko NV, Titovets EP, Chemically Modified Carbon Fibers and their Applications, Vch Pub, 1990

However, most of the literature in the field is theoretical. Ermolenko IN, Lyubliner LP, Gulko NV, Titovets EP, Chemically Modified Carbon Fibers and their Applications, Vch Pub, 1990. Figueiredo JL, Bernardo CA, Baker RTK, Hüttinger KJ e. Carbon Fibers Filaments and Composites (NATO Series E Applied Sciences, Vol. 177), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1990. Buckley JD, Edie DD e. Carbon-Carbon Materials and Composites, Noyes Publications, 1992.

In book: Carbon Nanotubes Applications on Electron Devices. The electrochemical reduction of oxygen on chemically modified multi-walled carbon nanotubes (CNTs) electrodes in 1 M KOH solution has been studied using the rotating ring disc electrode (RDE). Cite this publication. Pandurangappa Malingappa. The surface modification of CNTs has been estimated by XPS and Raman spectroscopy. The effect of different oxygen functionalities on the surface of carbon nanotube for the oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) is considered in terms of the number of electrons (n) involved.