By Michio Inagaki Ph.D., Feiyu Kang Ph.D., Masahiro Toyoda Ph.D., Hidetaka Konno Ph.D.
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In such a case, the microtexture, including the shape and size of pores in addition to that due to the orientation of anisotropic particles, has to be taken into account. 8 . Although the difference in bulk density looks rather small, a marked difference is seen in the micrographs, showing different shapes, sizes, and distributions of pores in the cross-sections. , have been determined with the help of image analysis. The mechanical properties, such as elastic modulus, bending strength, and fracture toughness (KIc), showed close dependence on the pore parameters.
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Under similar arc discharge conditions, fibrous carbon composed of a scroll of carbon layers was obtained in 1960, and was called “graphite whisker” . 2 Single-walled Carbon Nanotube Formed at the First Stage of Growth of Vapor-grown Carbon Fibers Courtesy of Prof. M. e. thickness (single-, double-, or multi-walled), diameter, and length. In order to obtain CNTs of high purity, different techniques such as laser-abrasion, modified arc discharge, and catalytic chemical vapor deposition have been proposed .
Advanced Materials Science and Engineering of Carbon by Michio Inagaki Ph.D., Feiyu Kang Ph.D., Masahiro Toyoda Ph.D., Hidetaka Konno Ph.D.