To the Question of the Diamond Nuclei’s Formation from the Gas Phase View Full Text


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DATE

1995

AUTHORS

A. P. Rudenko , I. I. Kulakova

ABSTRACT

One can’t think that the formation of polymorphic carbon forms (diamond, graphite, charbon) having different chemical nature of carbon-carbon bonds is a simple physical crystallization of carbon atoms. Undoubtedly in this case chemical factors have a decisive importance and the above-mentioned polymorphic forms of carbon are products in different chemical reactions. As it has been shown in [1,2] they are condensing products which form in polycondesation processes of the type 1 where A represents a carbon-containing molecule, that is a polycondansation monomer; {An}adsκ - a polymeric condensing product adsorbed on the catalyst; n — the degree of the molecular condensing; {An - mL{adsκ - remaining on the catalyst solid condensing products with C-C-bonds of one or other crystalline modification of carbon or of different polymeric forms of one; L - light molecules removing during the polycondensation process. More... »

PAGES

63-68

Book

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Wide Band Gap Electronic Materials

ISBN

978-94-010-4078-5
978-94-011-0173-8

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-0173-8_6

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