Titel: Carbon Alloys: Novel Concepts to Develop Carbon Science and Technology
Autor/en: E. Yasuda, Michio Inagaki, K. Kaneko
ACADEMIC PR INC
März 2003 - gebunden - 569 Seiten
Porosity in carbons received considerable attention.
Part 1 Space control in carbon alloys: hybrid orbital control in carbon alloys, R. Saito; structural design and functions of carbon materials by alloying in atomic and molecular scales, M. Endo et al; surface and hidden surface-controlled carbon alloys, K. Kaneko; control of interface and microstructure in carbon alloys, Y. Tanabe, E. Yasuda; typical carbon alloys and their processing; intercalation compounds, N. Akuzawa; porous carbon, T. Kyotani; polymer blend for designing of carbon materials, A. Oya. Part 2 The latest characterization techniques: computer simulation, S Tsuneyuki; crystallite size and lattice constant measurements of carbon materials by X-ray diffraction, M. Shiraishi, M. Inagaki; studies on pore structure of carbon materials by small-angle X-ray scattering, K. Nishikawa; XAFS analysis and application to carbon related materials and catalysts, H. Yamashita; X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and its application to carbon, N. Suzuki; transmission electron microscopy, H. Saka; electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS) and its applications to characterization of carbon materials, H. Hirai; visualization of the atomic-scale structure and reactivity of metal carbide surfaces by scanning tunneling microscopy K. Fukui et al; infra red (IR) spectra, electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) and proton magnetic thermal analysis (PMRTA), O. Ito et al; raman spectroscopy as a characterization tool for carbon materials, M. Kakihana, M. Osada; basics of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and its application to carbon alloys, T. Nishizawa; gas adsorption, Y. Hanzawa, K. Kaneko; electrochemical characterization of carbons and carbon alloys, T. Nakajima; mechanical probe for micro-/nano-characterization, M. Sakai; magnetism of nano-graphite, T. Enoki et al; agnetoresistance and its application to carbon and carbon alloys, Y. Hishiyama. Part 3 Function developments and application potentials. application of advanced carbon material in li-ion secondary battery, M. Endo, Y-A. Kim; electrochemical functions, M. Miyake; electric double layer capacitors, S. Shiraishi; electron emission from carbon nanotubes, Y. Saito et al; gas separation with carbon membranes, K. Kusakabe, S. Morooka; property control of carbon materials by fluorination, H. Touhara; preparation of metal loaded porous carbons and their use as a highly active catalyst for NO reduction. K. Miura, H. Nakagawa; formation of seaweed bed using carbon fibers, M. Shiraishi; C/C composite materials and their properties, T. Oku; superhard materials, O. Takai.
Michio Inagaki is a famous carbon material scientist, who obtained his PhD degree from Nagoya University in 1963. Until now, he has worked on carbon materials more than 50 years. In 2011, he won the Peter A. Thrower Award for Exceptional Contribution to the International Carbon Community.
Professor Peter A. Thrower, Editor-in-Chief, CARBON "Carbon Alloys" is a very ambitious project and some considerable advances have been made. As the same materials were studied in several laboratories by different techniques the reports are particularly valuable. The book is recommended. Professor Brian Rand, School of Materials, University of Leeds, UK In this remarkable book the results of a major innovative Japanese national programme on new forms and applications of carbon are presented. Carbon is a unique material and the research results here take the subject forward in many new directions. Carbon alloys are defined as carbon in multi-component systems the components having carbon in different states of hybridisation or in relationship with other compounds. The studies range from carbon nanotubes and the exploitation of nanospace to carbon-carbon composites and super-hard materials. It will be required reading for all involved in carbon science and Materials scientists generally.