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1 129A. A new concept for the structure of graphitic carbons Ruland, W.
1964
1-24 3 p. 391-
1 p.
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2 Ab initio molecular orbital study of adsorption of atomic hydrogen on graphite: Yang, Frances H
2002
1-24 3 p. 437-444
8 p.
article
3 22. Ablation of graphite in oxygen and air at 1000 to 1492°C under flow conditions Gulbransen, E.A
1964
1-24 3 p. 359-
1 p.
article
4 Ablation of pierced C/C composite nozzles in an oxygen/ethanol combustion gas generator Chen, Bo
2009
1-24 3 p. 545-550
6 p.
article
5 Abnormal behaviour during graphitisation of carbon/carbon composites made with pitch based carbon fibers Manocha, L.M.
1991
1-24 3 p. 351-360
10 p.
article
6 A calorimetric study on the thermal desorption of naphthalene from C χ S and activated carbon Chang, C.H.
1981
1-24 3 p. 187-192
6 p.
article
7 A carbon black derivative with liquid behavior Li, Qi
2011
1-24 3 p. 1047-1051
5 p.
article
8 A carbon electrode for fluorine gas production Hiraiwa, Jiro
2012
1-24 3 p. 1445-1446
2 p.
article
9 Accelerating effect of iodine on the oxidation of nuclear graphite by carbon dioxide Mukaibo, T.
1966
1-24 3 p. 455-456
2 p.
article
10 Acid buffering capacity of basic carbons revealed by their continuous pK distribution Contescu, Adriana
1998
1-24 3 p. 247-258
12 p.
article
11 137. Acidic surface oxides on carbon Boehm, H.P.
1964
1-24 3 p. 394-
1 p.
article
12 Acid properties of phosphoric acid activated carbons and their catalytic behavior in ethyl-tert-butyl ether synthesis Puziy, A.M.
2010
1-24 3 p. 706-713
8 p.
article
13 A comparative study of carbons for use as an electrically conducting additive in the manganese dioxide cathode of an electrochemical cell Lu, Weiming
2002
1-24 3 p. 447-449
3 p.
article
14 A comparison between oxidation of activated carbon by electrochemical and chemical treatments Berenguer, R.
2012
1-24 3 p. 1123-1134
12 p.
article
15 88. A comparison of gas flow and self-diffusion in porous graphite Weller, K.R
1964
1-24 3 p. 379-
1 p.
article
16 A comparison of pressure and reflux in the two-stage production of mesophase Rhee, B.
1991
1-24 3 p. 343-350
8 p.
article
17 A comparison of the catalytic influence of nickel, iron and nickel-iron on the gasification of graphite in various gaseous environments Baker, R.T.K.
1985
1-24 3 p. 245-254
10 p.
article
18 Acoustic emission responses from cyclic loading of a nuclear graphite Neighbour, Gareth B.
1992
1-24 3 p. 359-363
5 p.
article
19 141. A critical examination of the flexural test for graphites Gillis, G.F
1965
1-24 3 p. 366-
1 p.
article
20 Activated carbon adsorption of cyanide complexes and thiocyanate ion from petrochemical wastewaters Kunz, R.G.
1976
1-24 3 p. 157-161
5 p.
article
21 Activated carbon cryogels for low pressure methane storage Feaver, Aaron
2006
1-24 3 p. 590-593
4 p.
article
22 4520623 Activated carbon fiber spun yarn Ogawa, Hiroyasu
1986
1-24 3 p. I-
1 p.
article
23 Activated carbon produced from an Illinois Basin coal Sun, Jian
1997
1-24 3 p. 341-352
12 p.
article
24 Activated carbon produced from Sasol-Lurgi gasifier pitch and its application as electrodes in supercapacitors Alonso, A.
2006
1-24 3 p. 441-446
6 p.
article
25 4529623 Activated carbon products and their manufacture Maggs, Frederick A
1986
1-24 3 p. III-IV
nvt p.
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26 Activated carbons from cork waste by chemical activation with K2CO3 Carvalho, A.P
2004
1-24 3 p. 672-674
3 p.
article
27 Active carbon for removal of toxic chemicals from contaminated water Singh, Beer
1996
1-24 3 p. 327-330
4 p.
article
28 Adatom complexes and self-healing mechanisms on graphene and single-wall carbon nanotubes Tsetseris, L.
2009
1-24 3 p. 901-908
8 p.
article
29 A density-functional theory simulation of the formation of Ni-doped fullerenes by ion implantation Neyts, Erik
2011
1-24 3 p. 1013-1017
5 p.
article
30 A direct measurement of Bacon anisotropy factors on pyrocarbon coatings deposited on fuel particles for the high temperature reactor Tepest, P.A.
1978
1-24 3 p. 171-174
4 p.
article
31 A DRIFTS study of the interaction of alkali metal oxides with carbonaceous surfaces Mul, Guido
1999
1-24 3 p. 401-410
10 p.
article
32 Adsorption and calorimetric investigations on carbon black surfaces-II. Precision microgravimetric system and initial results in the investigation of gas adsorption by furnace blacks at low pressures and temperatures Deviney Jr, M.L.
1972
1-24 3 p. 327-
1 p.
article
33 Adsorption and structure in microporous carbons McEnaney, Brian
1988
1-24 3 p. 267-274
8 p.
article
34 Adsorption capacity of Saran carbons at high temperatures and under dynamic conditions Fernandez-Morales, I.
1984
1-24 3 p. 301-304
4 p.
article
35 Adsorption dynamics of carbon dioxide in molecular sieving carbon Rutherford, S.W
2003
1-24 3 p. 405-411
7 p.
article
36 Adsorption enthalpies of sodium dodecyl sulphate onto carbon blacks in the low concentration range González-García, C.M.
2005
1-24 3 p. 567-572
6 p.
article
37 105. Adsorption isotherms of n-butane at —78.5° and 0°C on ultrapure mineralogical graphite: a suggested method for surface-area determination de D. Lopez-Gonzalez, J.
1965
1-24 3 p. 355-
1 p.
article
38 Adsorption limit of supercritical hydrogen on super-activated carbon Zhan, Liang
2002
1-24 3 p. 455-457
3 p.
article
39 Adsorption of associating and non-associating adsorbates on microporous carbon adsorbents Rozwadowski, Michał
1984
1-24 3 p. 273-283
11 p.
article
40 Adsorption of bromine by carbons from solution in carbon tetrachloride Puri, Balwant Rai
1977
1-24 3 p. 173-176
4 p.
article
41 Adsorption of carbons from solutions (Plenary Lecture) Zettlemoyer, A.C.
1972
1-24 3 p. 327-
1 p.
article
42 Adsorption of chlorophenols by multi-walled carbon nanotubes treated with HNO3 and NH3 Liao, Qiu
2008
1-24 3 p. 553-555
3 p.
article
43 Adsorption of chromium from aqueous solution onto activated charcoal cloth Jayson, G.G.
1993
1-24 3 p. 487-492
6 p.
article
44 Adsorption of foreign atoms on Stone–Wales defects in carbon nanotube Zhou, L.G.
2003
1-24 3 p. 613-615
3 p.
article
45 Adsorption of hydrogen sulfide on microporous carbon Cariaso, O.C.
1975
1-24 3 p. 241-
1 p.
article
46 Adsorption of l-histidine over mesoporous carbon molecular sieves Vinu, A.
2006
1-24 3 p. 530-536
7 p.
article
47 Adsorption of methylene blue from an aqueous solution on to activated carbons from palm-tree cobs Avom, J.
1997
1-24 3 p. 365-369
5 p.
article
48 Adsorption of organic compounds on porous carbon sorbents Eltekova, N.A
2000
1-24 3 p. 373-377
5 p.
article
49 Adsorption of Pb(II) ion on mesoporous activated carbon prepared by ZnCl2 activation Oishi, Shohei
2012
1-24 3 p. 1445-
1 p.
article
50 Adsorption of p-nitrophenol on an activated carbon with different oxidations Haydar, S
2003
1-24 3 p. 387-395
9 p.
article
51 Adsorption of propane on activated carbon at 25°C Jan-Chan, Huang
1981
1-24 3 p. 234-235
2 p.
article
52 Adsorption of saccharides from aqueous solution onto activated carbon Abe, I.
1983
1-24 3 p. 189-191
3 p.
article
53 Adsorption of SO2 onto oxidized and heat-treated activated carbon fibers (ACFs) Daley, M.A.
1997
1-24 3 p. 411-417
7 p.
article
54 Adsorption of toluene onto activated carbons exposed to 100ppb ozone Kingsley, Michael L.
2006
1-24 3 p. 560-564
5 p.
article
55 Adsorption of zinc, cadmium, and copper on activated carbons obtained from agricultural by-products Ferro-García, M.A.
1988
1-24 3 p. 363-373
11 p.
article
56 A dwarf nonstable X-ray peak near the 002 line for cokes heat treated from 1100 °C to 1600 °C Prifti, I.S.
1997
1-24 3 p. 435-436
2 p.
article
57 A facile and rapid purification method for single-walled carbon nanotubes Nepal, Dhriti
2005
1-24 3 p. 660-662
3 p.
article
58 A fast effective route to pH-dependent water-dispersion of oxidized single-walled carbon nanotubes Arrais, Aldo
2006
1-24 3 p. 587-590
4 p.
article
59 Affinity coefficients of the Polanyi/Dubinin adsorption isotherm equations Wood, G.O.
2001
1-24 3 p. 343-356
14 p.
article
60 A first-principles study of nitrogen- and boron-assisted platinum adsorption on carbon nanotubes Li, Yu-Hung
2009
1-24 3 p. 850-855
6 p.
article
61 A fractal approach to the analysis of low temperature combustion rate of a coal char: I. Experimental results Salatino, P.
1993
1-24 3 p. 501-508
8 p.
article
62 A Gordon Research Conference on Coal Science 1973
1-24 3 p. 271-
1 p.
article
63 A green approach for the reduction of graphene oxide by wild carrot root Kuila, Tapas
2012
1-24 3 p. 914-921
8 p.
article
64 A Henry's law limit for the DR and DA equations Mahle, J.J.
1997
1-24 3 p. 432-435
4 p.
article
65 A heterogeneous surface model for the “steady-state” kinetics of the boudouard reaction Calo, J.M.
1987
1-24 3 p. 395-407
13 p.
article
66 A highly efficient gas-phase route for the oxygen functionalization of carbon nanotubes based on nitric acid vapor Xia, Wei
2009
1-24 3 p. 919-922
4 p.
article
67 A high temperature graphite irradiation creep experiment in the dragon reactor Manzel, R.
1972
1-24 3 p. 347-
1 p.
article
68 A kinetic model for graphite oxidation in cold liquid medium Valerga-Jiménez, Pedro S.
1986
1-24 3 p. 353-355
3 p.
article
69 A kinetic model of the pyrolysis of phenolic resin in a carbon/phenolic composite Trick, K.A.
1997
1-24 3 p. 393-401
9 p.
article
70 10. Alfven wave propagation in graphite Furdyna, J.K.
1965
1-24 3 p. 325-326
2 p.
article
71 Alignment of amorphous carbon nanotubes with graphitized branches grown by radio frequency plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition Liu, J.W.
2007
1-24 3 p. 681-684
4 p.
article
72 31. A low temperature thermal creep in irradiated graphite during annealing Losty, H.H.W
1964
1-24 3 p. 362-
1 p.
article
73 Alternate synthesis and reflectivity spectrum of stage 1 lithium—graphite intercalation compound Zanini, M.
1978
1-24 3 p. 211-212
2 p.
article
74 A mathematical model of solid-state thermo-oxidative stabilization of acrylic fibers Grove III, Dale A.
1992
1-24 3 p. 451-457
7 p.
article
75 Ambient and high temperature experiments on boron-doped polycrystalline graphites Wagner, P.
1970
1-24 3 p. 313-320
8 p.
article
76 A method to obtain a high loading of nano-sized Pt particles on carbon supports with a low surface area Lisitsyn, A.S.
2008
1-24 3 p. 549-552
4 p.
article
77 A microstructurally based fracture model for polygranular graphites Burchell, Timothy D.
1996
1-24 3 p. 297-316
20 p.
article
78 Ammonia-tailoring of GAC to enhance perchlorate removal. I: Characterization of NH3 thermally tailored GACs Chen, Weifang
2005
1-24 3 p. 573-580
8 p.
article
79 Ammonia-tailoring of GAC to enhance perchlorate removal. II: Perchlorate adsorption Chen, Weifang
2005
1-24 3 p. 581-590
10 p.
article
80 A model for the retention of toxic gases by impregnated carbon Graceffo, Lisa A.
1989
1-24 3 p. 441-456
16 p.
article
81 A model for the structure and growth of carbon nanofibers synthesized by the CVD method using nickel as a catalyst Zheng, Guo-Bin
2004
1-24 3 p. 635-640
6 p.
article
82 A modified sessile drop technique for the determination of the interactions at carbon-liquid interfaces Hüttinger, Klaus J.
1991
1-24 3 p. 449-455
7 p.
article
83 A molecular dynamics study of the mechanical properties of hydrogen functionalized graphene Pei, Q.X.
2010
1-24 3 p. 898-904
7 p.
article
84 110. 6a molecular sieve properties of Saran-type carbons Lamond, T.G
1965
1-24 3 p. 356-
1 p.
article
85 A molecular simulation study on empirical determination method of pore structures of activated carbons Seloyama, Norihiko
1998
1-24 3 p. 313-
1 p.
article
86 Amorphous carbon-matrix composites with interconnected carbon nano-ribbon networks for electromagnetic interference shielding Liu, Qinglei
2008
1-24 3 p. 461-465
5 p.
article
87 A multi-wall carbon nanotube/polymethyl methacrylate composite for use in field emitters on flexible substrates Jung, Hyuck
2012
1-24 3 p. 987-993
7 p.
article
88 An adsorption-diffusion isotherm and its application to the growth of carbon filaments on iron catalyst particles Tibbetts, G.G.
1987
1-24 3 p. 367-375
9 p.
article
89 Analysis of carbon fibers and carbon composites by asymmetric X-ray diffraction technique Dobiášová, L.
1999
1-24 3 p. 421-425
5 p.
article
90 Analysis of coherence, strain, thermal vibration and preferred orientation in carbons by X-Ray diffraction Ergun, Sabri
1976
1-24 3 p. 139-150
12 p.
article
91 139. Analysis of graphite fracture data by Weibull's statistical theory of strength Moore, S.E
1965
1-24 3 p. 365-
1 p.
article
92 69. Analysis of high-temperature tensile creep parallel to substrate in pyrolytic graphite Kotlensky, W.V
1965
1-24 3 p. 344-
1 p.
article
93 Analysis of the structure of a glassy carbon using a profile matching technique Ergun, Sabri
1973
1-24 3 p. 221-224
4 p.
article
94 An analytical electron microscopy study of a commercial activated carbon Ishizaki, Chanel
1988
1-24 3 p. 317-326
10 p.
article
95 An automatic image analysis of coke texture Eilertsen, J.L.
1996
1-24 3 p. 375-385
11 p.
article
96 An easy way to produce α-iron filled multiwalled carbon nanotubes Jain, Dheeraj
2007
1-24 3 p. 602-606
5 p.
article
97 78. An electron microscopic examination of porosity in cellulose carbon Phillips, M
1964
1-24 3 p. 376-
1 p.
article
98 157. An electron spin resonance study of carbonization of the aromatic hydrocarbon acenaphthylene Singer, L.S
1964
1-24 3 p. 400-
1 p.
article
99 A new form of electrolytic graphite Baker, C.
1970
1-24 3 p. 401-402
2 p.
article
100 A new structural model of glass-like carbon Pesin, L.A
2002
1-24 3 p. 295-306
12 p.
article
101 A new structure model of graphite oxide Nakajima, T.
1988
1-24 3 p. 357-361
5 p.
article
102 An examination of the products formed on reaction of hydrogen cyanide and cyanogen with copper, chromium (6+) and copper-chromium (6+) impregnated activated carbons Alves, B.R.
1986
1-24 3 p. 287-294
8 p.
article
103 An hypothesis concerning the relationship between the adsorption kinetics and the structure of activated carbons Jones, Leonard A.
1981
1-24 3 p. 231-232
2 p.
article
104 An integrated evaluation on the mechanical strength of graphite electrode at elevated temperature Sato, S.
1972
1-24 3 p. 350-
1 p.
article
105 An investigation of the porosity of carbons prepared by constant rate activation in air Dawson, E.A
2003
1-24 3 p. 571-578
8 p.
article
106 An investigation of the reactivities of an isotropic nuclear graphite and “Poco” graphite Dollimore, J.
1972
1-24 3 p. 340-
1 p.
article
107 Anisotropic electrical conduction in relation to the stacking disorder in graphite Tsuzuku, T.
1979
1-24 3 p. 293-299
7 p.
article
108 Anisotropic electronic correlations in graphite Visscher, P.B.
1972
1-24 3 p. 354-
1 p.
article
109 Anisotropic mesophase of novel features found in the refluxing carbonization of acenaphthylene Mochida, Isao
1977
1-24 3 p. 191-193
3 p.
article
110 Anisotropic molecular packing of soluble C60 fullerenes in hexagonal nanocrystals obtained by solvent vapor annealing Colle, Renato
2012
1-24 3 p. 1332-1337
6 p.
article
111 Anisotropic negative and positive magnetoresistances in a pyrocarbon Delhaes, P.
1972
1-24 3 p. 354-
1 p.
article
112 152. Anisotropie magnétique théorique des pyrocarbones Marchand, A.
1964
1-24 3 p. 398-
1 p.
article
113 Anisotropy factors of polycrystalline graphites Reynolds, W.N.
1968
1-24 3 p. 277-282
6 p.
article
114 Annealing of isotropic pyrolytic carbons formed below 1500°C Stevens, D.W.
1972
1-24 3 p. 341-
1 p.
article
115 Annealing of neutron-irradiated pyrocarbons Price, R.J.
1972
1-24 3 p. 348-
1 p.
article
116 Announcement 1992
1-24 3 p. 520-
1 p.
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117 Announcement 1977
1-24 3 p. 203-
1 p.
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118 Announcement 1979
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1 p.
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119 Announcement of two awards to be presented at the fifteenth carbon conference, June 1981 1980
1-24 3 p. 235-
1 p.
article
120 Announcement of two awards to be presented at the Sixteenth Carbon Conference, July 1983 1982
1-24 3 p. 263-
1 p.
article
121 Anodic performance and insertion mechanism of hard carbons prepared from synthetic isotropic pitches Mochida, Isao
2001
1-24 3 p. 399-410
12 p.
article
122 Anomalous behavior of carbon monoxide formation at the initial stages of hydrogen corrosion of nuclear graphites Kurosawa, Takeshi
1977
1-24 3 p. 189-190
2 p.
article
123 Anomalous galvanomagnetic properties of graphite in the quantum limit Sugihara, Ko
1979
1-24 3 p. 201-207
7 p.
article
124 Anomalous hexagonal etch pits produced in the graphite-water vapor reaction Myers, G.E.
1968
1-24 3 p. 422-
1 p.
article
125 128. A note on structural changes in heated carbon blacks Kaye, G.
1964
1-24 3 p. 391-
1 p.
article
126 A note on the pressure dependence of energy band parameters of graphite Noto, K.
1974
1-24 3 p. 349-350
2 p.
article
127 A novel method for preparation of hollow carbon spheres under a gas pressure atmosphere Liu, Boyang
2007
1-24 3 p. 668-670
3 p.
article
128 A novel method to obtain a petroleum-derived mesophase pitch suitable as carbon fibre precursor Mora, E
2003
1-24 3 p. 445-452
8 p.
article
129 An update on the carbon-oxygen reaction Walker Jr., P.L.
1991
1-24 3 p. 411-421
11 p.
article
130 An X-ray diffraction study of phenol-formaldehyde resin carbons Kobayashi, K.
1968
1-24 3 p. 359-363
5 p.
article
131 An X-ray study of the structure of a heattreated glassy carbon Ergun, S.
1972
1-24 3 p. 344-
1 p.
article
132 An X-ray study of the structure of a highly graphitized pyrolytic carbon Ergun, S.
1972
1-24 3 p. 342-
1 p.
article
133 A parametric study of the large scale production of multi-walled carbon nanotubes by fluidized bed catalytic chemical vapor deposition Morançais, Aurore
2007
1-24 3 p. 624-635
12 p.
article
134 A passive microfluidic valve fabricated from a hydrogel filled with carbon nanotubes Song, Young Seok
2012
1-24 3 p. 1417-1421
5 p.
article
135 A phosphorous doped (n-type) carbon/boron doped (p-type) silicon photovoltaic solar cell from a natural source Murali Krishna, Kalaga
1999
1-24 3 p. 531-533
3 p.
article
136 A physically based statistical theory of fracture applied to graphite Buch, J.D.
1972
1-24 3 p. 350-
1 p.
article
137 Apparatus and procedure to determine density and structural distributions in carbons and graphites Engle, G.B.
1970
1-24 3 p. 393-395
3 p.
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138 Appearance and development of anisotropic mesophase from various carbonaceous materials in early-stage carbonization Sanada, Y.
1972
1-24 3 p. 343-
1 p.
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139 Application of a high thermal conductivity C/C composite in a heat-redistribution thermal protection system Li, Tong-Qi
2010
1-24 3 p. 924-925
2 p.
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140 Application of cooperative multimolecular sorption theory for characterization of water adsorption equilibrium in carbon Rutherford, S.W
2003
1-24 3 p. 622-625
4 p.
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141 Application of fracture mechanics to graphite Yahr, G.T.
1972
1-24 3 p. 350-351
2 p.
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142 Application of image processing to high resolution SEM pictures of mesophase pitch-based carbon fibers and quantitative analysis of the Structure Oshida, Kyoichi
1996
1-24 3 p. 433-
1 p.
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143 Application of the isotherm subtraction and preadsorption methods to activated carbons Martín-Martínez, J.M.
1986
1-24 3 p. 255-259
5 p.
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144 Applications of a granular model and percolation theory to the electrical resistivity of heat treated endocarp of babassu nut Emmerich, F.G.
1987
1-24 3 p. 417-424
8 p.
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145 Aqueous-phase adsorption of glycerol and propylene glycol onto activated carbon Peereboom, Lars
2007
1-24 3 p. 579-586
8 p.
article
146 102. A radioactive tracer method for the determination of low pressure adsorption isotherms Friedman, H.C
1965
1-24 3 p. 354-
1 p.
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147 4418327 Arc limiting refractory resistive element Palilla, Frank C
1984
1-24 3 p. iii-
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148 Are carbon blacks formed from liquid-crystal systems? Marsh, H.
1973
1-24 3 p. 254-256
3 p.
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149 Ar, O2, CHF3, and SF6 plasma treatments of screen-printed carbon nanotube films for electrode applications Hou, Zhongyu
2008
1-24 3 p. 405-413
9 p.
article
150 A search for intercalation in the graphite-chlorine system Hooley, J.G.
1970
1-24 3 p. 333-339
7 p.
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151 A simple carbon growth mechanism using atomic carbon addition by ring opening Ogata, Teruhiko
2009
1-24 3 p. 683-689
7 p.
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152 A simple determination method of the absolute adsorbed amount for high pressure gas adsorption Murata, Katsuyuki
2002
1-24 3 p. 425-428
4 p.
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153 A simple model of the a-axis conductivity in graphite intercalation compounds Fischer, John E.
1977
1-24 3 p. 161-163
3 p.
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154 A simple model of the effect of interstitial atoms on the inter-layer properties of graphite Kelly, B.T.
1972
1-24 3 p. 346-
1 p.
article
155 A simplified preparation of mesoporous carbon and the examination of the carbon accessibility for electric double layer formation Liu, Hsin-Yu
2005
1-24 3 p. 559-566
8 p.
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156 A simplified synthesis of N-doped zeolite-templated carbons, the control of the level of zeolite-like ordering and its effect on hydrogen storage properties Xia, Yongde
2011
1-24 3 p. 844-853
10 p.
article
157 A solvothermal-reduction method for the production of horn shaped multi-wall carbon nanotubes Sawant, Sandesh Y.
2010
1-24 3 p. 668-672
5 p.
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158 Assessment of catalyst particle removal in multi-wall carbon nanotubes by highly sensitive magnetic measurements Pellicer, Eva
2009
1-24 3 p. 758-763
6 p.
article
159 Assessment of the CO2-carbon gasification catalyzed by calcium. A transient isotopic study Cazorla-Amorós, D.
1994
1-24 3 p. 423-430
8 p.
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160 A straightforward and reliable method for the characterization of carbon nanotube dispersions Leifer, Nicole D.R.
2011
1-24 3 p. 1042-1047
6 p.
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161 A structural study of strings of multi-shell graphitic particles Wang, S.
1995
1-24 3 p. 341-343
3 p.
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162 A study of amorphous carbons from the reaction of halogen compounds with alkali metals Brooks, J.D.
1966
1-24 3 p. 375-380
6 p.
article
163 A study of soot formed by benzene combustion Cataldo, F.
1993
1-24 3 p. 529-530
2 p.
article
164 4. A study of the amplitude of vibration of carbon atoms in the graphite structure Kellett, E.A
1964
1-24 3 p. 354-
1 p.
article
165 A study of the catalytic graphitization of carbon Whittaker, M.P.
1972
1-24 3 p. 343-
1 p.
article
166 A study of the graphitization of a lampblack carbon Cavin, O.B.
1972
1-24 3 p. 348-349
2 p.
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167 A study of the rates of catalyzed Boudouard reaction Jalan, B.P.
1978
1-24 3 p. 175-184
10 p.
article
168 A study on the formation of surface functional groups during oxygen reduction on a platinum-dispersed carbon electrode in an 85% H3PO4 solution at elevated temperature Ryu, Young-Gyoon
1998
1-24 3 p. 293-298
6 p.
article
169 24. A survey of ESR in heat treated carbon blacks Arnold, G
1965
1-24 3 p. 330-
1 p.
article
170 A systematic investigation of the overall rate coefficient in the Wheeler–Jonas equation for adsorption on dry activated carbons Wu, Jufang
2005
1-24 3 p. 481-490
10 p.
article
171 A TDS study of D adsorption on terraces and terrace edges of graphite (0001) surfaces Zecho, Thomas
2004
1-24 3 p. 609-617
9 p.
article
172 A technical guideline for preparing alkali metal-graphite intercalation compounds – Vapor phase and solid phase reactions Akuzawa, Noboru
2008
1-24 3 p. 565-
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903 Irradiation creep in graphite—some new considerations and observations Kelly, B.T.
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904 192. Irradiation effects in glassy carbon Shimada, T
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908 IR studies of carbons—I Low, M.J.D.
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909 IR studies of carbons—II Morterra, C.
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912 Isotherms of metal chloride vapors on graphite Hooley, J.G.
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914 Keywords 2002
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923 Kinetic and microscopic aspects of catalytic carbon growth Audier, M.
1985
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924 Kinetic factors in the chemical vapor deposition of carbon from methane Lieberman, M.L.
1975
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925 Kinetics and graphitization: determination of activation parameter Flandrois, S.
1972
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926 Kinetics and mechanism of carbonization of QI free products from gas-coking coal hydrogenation—I: The structure and carbonization behavior of pitches produced by the coal hydrogenation at 420°C AND 455°C Machnikowski, Jacek
1991
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1972
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1985
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929 Kinetics of air oxidation of unidirectional carbon fibres/ CVD carbon composites Dačić, B.
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1972
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935 12. Kinetics of oxygen exchange between CO2 and CO over carbon Menster, Morris
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937 87. Kinetics of the carbon-carbon dioxide reaction Walker Jr., P.L
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938 Kinetics of the deposition of pyrolytic carbon on nickel Derbyshire, F.J.
1975
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939 Kinetics of the hexane soot reaction with NO2/N2O4 at low concentration Chughtai, A.R.
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941 Kinetics of the oxidation of carbon black by NO2 Jacquot, F
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943 42. Kinetic studies on graphitization: effect of thermal history of carbon on the rate of graphitization Noda, T.
1965
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944 81. Kinetic studies on the AGOT and pyrolytic graphite Bradshaw, W.G.
1965
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945 Krypton adsorption as a suitable tool for surface characterization of multi-walled CNTs Zilli, D.
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946 Krypton adsorption on modified carbon fibers Turner, N.H.
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947 La résonance paramagnétique électronique dans les carbones partiellement graphites: Exemple d'étude sur une série de pyrocarbones irradies Carmona, F.
1979
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948 Laser ablation of diamond particles suspended in ethanol: Effective formation of long polyynes Tabata, Hiroshi
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949 Laser effects on graphites at moderate argon pressures Colwell, J.E.
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950 Laser-induced electron pooling from carbon nano “test tube” dispersed in aqueous solution Sandanayaka, Atula S.D.
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951 Laser raman studies on carbons Nakamizo, M.
1974
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952 189. Lattice parameter changes in irradiated graphite Henson, R.W
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953 Lattice parameter changes in irradiated graphite Henson, R.W.
1965
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954 Lattice vibration, specific heat and electronphonon interaction in graphite Sugihara, Ko
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955 Les proprietes electriques des fibres de carbone et leur interpretation sur la base d'un modele structurel Hérinckx, C.
1973
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956 L'insertion dans le graphite des amalgames de potassium et de rubidium El Makrini, M.
1980
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957 Liquid-phase adsorption of dyes and phenols using pinewood-based activated carbons Tseng, Ru-Ling
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958 Literature 2005
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959 Literature section 1982
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960 Literature section 1981
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961 Literature section 1977
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962 Literature section 1973
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963 Literature section 1971
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964 Literature section 1970
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965 Literature section 1980
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966 Literature section 1968
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967 Literature section 1974
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968 Literature section 1969
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969 Literature section 1972
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970 Literature section 1967
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971 Literature section 1979
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972 Literature section 1978
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973 Literature section 1975
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974 Literature section 1976
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978 Low temperature specific heat anomalies and spin-spin interactions in soft carbons and in neutron irradiated polycrystalline graphite Vagh, A.S.
1978
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979 Low temperature specific heat of carbons Vagh, A.S.
1972
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980 Low-temperature synthesis of graphite particles by chemical vapor infiltration and their electrochemical properties for a lithium-ion battery Ohzawa, Yoshimi
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981 Low-temperature synthesis of multiwalled carbon nanotubes by graphite antenna CVD in a hydrogen-free atmosphere Yokoyama, Daisuke
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982 Macroporous carbon prepared by flash heating of sawdust Kurosaki, Fumio
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984 Magnetic separation of GdC2 encapsulated in carbon nanoparticles Subramoney, Shekhar
1994
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985 Magnetic susceptibility and anisotropy studies on the gasification of graphites and graphitic carbons Santiago, J.J.
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986 23. Magnetic susceptibility and electron spin resonance of ultra-fine graphite Bobka, R.J.
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987 131. Magnetoreflection experiments in graphite Dresselhaus, Mildred S.
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988 Magnetoreflection experiments in graphite Dresselhaus, Mildred S.
1964
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989 Magnetoresistivity of graphite as a parameter for determination of the degree of graphitization Hishiyama, Yoshihiro
1975
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990 Majority and minority carriers in graphite Woollam, J.A.
1972
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991 Mass spectra of pyrolyzates of several aromatic structures identified in coal extracts Sharkey Jr., A.G.
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992 Measurement of an intrinsic softening temperature for coal-tar pitch by proton magnetic resonance thermal analysis Cao, Jinan
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993 44. Measurement of the difference in the heat contents of rhombohedral and hexagonal graphite Boehm, H.P
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994 Measurements and control of anisotropy in ten coal-based graphites Seehra, Mohindar S.
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995 12. Measurements of the electronic density of states in graphite Wagoner, G.
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996 86. Measurements of the surface area of coals and cokes by adsorption of xenon, krypton, argon, and methanol Kini, K.A
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997 Measures against global warming and assessments of environmental impact for fluorinated carbon materials Sekiya, Akira
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998 Mechanical and electrical properties of cross-linked carbon nanotubes Cha, Seung I.
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999 144. Mechanical and physical properties of the EGCR core graphite Neely, James V.
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1000 149. Mechanical and thermal properties of heat-treated coal Honda, H
1965
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