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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Graphite fluorides.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statementauthors Tsuyoshi Nakajima and Nobuatsu Watanabe.
ContributionsWatanabe, Nobuatsu, 1922-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQD181.C1 N35 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination176 p. :
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1877170M
ISBN 100849356059
LC Control Number90037385

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Generally, solid carbon fluorides are prepared by the direct reaction of fluorine gas with carbonaceous materials (conventional fluorination called direct fluorination). A temperature higher than °C is needed if graphite or graphitized carbon materials (e.g., petroleum coke heat treated at °C) are used [1,2]. Fluorine-graphite intercalation compound (GIC) has been prepared from pitch-based carbon fiber and powdery natural graphite in the presence of silver fluoride. Prepared compounds are stage 2: C5.   Purchase Graphite Fluorides, Volume 8 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , Book Edition: 1.   "This outstanding reference presents the latest scientific findings concerning the synthesis, structure, thermodynamics, and physical and chemical properties of fluorine- and fluoride-carbon compounds elucidating their practical applications in lithium batteries, superhydrophobic composites, and the electrolytic production of elemental fluorine.".

D.D.L. Chung, in Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering, Tetracarbon Monofluoride. Tetracarbon monofluoride, with an approximate composition of C 4 F, is formed by reaction of graphite with fluorine and hydrogen fluoride at less than 80 °C. Its structure differs from that of carbon monofluoride in that the carbon planes are not puckered.   Layered carbon fluorides (C x F) can be obtained from fluorine gas and graphite at temperatures lower than °C with coexistence of some catalysts, such as hydrogen fluoride and MF n (M = Al, Mo, W, I, Cl, etc.) [,,,,, ].They are classified as fluorine–graphite intercalation compounds (F-GICs, C x F) to distinguish them from covalent graphite fluorides such as (CF) n and (C 2 F) n.   These compounds, called fluorine–graphite intercalation compounds (GICs), are obtained by the chemical reaction of fluorine with carbon or graphite in presence of a suitable catalyst. For example, fluorine is intercalated into graphite in presence of gaseous hydrogen fluoride and leads to the formation of C x (HF) y F with 2.   Volume numher4 CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS 12 May GRAPHITE FLUORIDES: AN XPS STUDY OF A NEW TYPE OF C-F BONDING 1. PALCHAN, M. CRESPIN, H. ESTRADE-SZWARCKOPF and B. ROUSSEAU C RSOCL CNRS, Orleans Cedex 2, France Received 27 February Highly oriented pyrolytic graphite was fluorinated at room temperature .

  The importance of carbon-fluorine compounds as battery materials was first recognized by graphite fluoride cathode of Li/(CF)n battery. Furthermore, new graphite anode for electrolytic production of fluorine gas was developed on the basis of his work on fluorine-graphite intercalation compound with high electrical conductivity. The importance of carbon-fluorine compounds as battery materials was first recognized by graphite fluoride cathode of Li/(CF)n battery. Furthermore, new graphite anode for electrolytic production of fluorine gas was developed on the basis of his work on fluorine-graphite intercalation compound with high electrical conductivity.   Fluorinated Materials for Energy Conversion [Nakajima, Tsuyoshi, Groult, Henri] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fluorinated Materials for Energy Conversion. Books on Fluorine Chemistry ( – ) Chemistry of Tantalum and niobium fluoride compounds Anatoly Agulyansky Elsevier () ISBN / ISBN Graphite fluorides and carbon-fluorine compounds. N. Watanabe, T. Nakajima. Academic Press ().