Electrolytic Production Of Carbon Nano-Tubes In Chloride-Oxide Melts Under Carbon Dioxide Pressure View Full Text


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DATE

2007

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I.A. NOVOSELOVA , N.F. OLIYNYK , S.V. VOLKOV

ABSTRACT

The electrochemical study of peculiarities of carbon solid phase electrodeposition from halide melts (NaCl:KCl, mole ratio 1:1; NaCl: KCl:CsCl, mole ratio 0.3: 0.245: 0.455), saturated by carbon dioxide under excessive pressure up to 1.5 Mpa was carried our in temperatures range 500 ÷ 800°C by the method of cyclic voltammetry. It has been found that the cathodic process occurs in three stages at sweep rates of ≤0.1 Vs-1, and its electrochemical-chemicalelectrochemical (ECE) mechanism has been suggested. The chemical, phase and structural composition of cathode products were determined. It has been found that cathode deposits contain carbon nano-sized particles of different forms and structure: blocks of amorphous carbon, crystalline graphite, carbon nanotubes (CNT) and nanofibres. The majorities of obtained CNT are multi-wall and have a curved form. Most often CNT are collected in balls, rarely – are located as individual tubes. As a rule, tubes of one diameter organize one ball. Outer diameter of tubes is from 5 to 250 nm, and internal diameter is from 2 to 140 nm. Correlation between product structure and yield against electrolysis conditions and regimes were established. More... »

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459-465

Book

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Hydrogen Materials Science and Chemistry of Carbon Nanomaterials

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978-1-4020-5512-6

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