graphitic carbon


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graphitic carbon

[grə′fid·ik ′kär·bən]
(metallurgy)
Carbon in iron or steel present in the form of graphite.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This means that pure graphitic carbon nitride ([C.sub.3][N.sub.4]) cannot be obtained by the reported solvothermal method due to the strong chemical affinity between hydrogen and nitrogen/carbon.
Caption: A graphical representation of the Albany graphite deposit consisting of two adjacent volcanic pipes containing an indicated resource of 24 million tonnes grading 3.98 per cent Cg and 17 million inferred tonnes grading 2.64 per cent Cg for a total of 1.5 million tonnes of graphitic carbon.
Sun, "Ultrathin graphitic carbon nitride nanosheets: a low-cost, green, and highly efficient electrocatalyst toward the reduction of hydrogen peroxide and its glucose biosensing application", Nanoscale, 5 (19), 8921-4, 2013.
No detectable reflections for graphitic carbon are observed, which suggests that carbon in all composites is amorphous.
URABat, an ultrafast rechargeable aluminum battery uses simple aluminum as its anode, structured graphitic carbon as its cathode, and filled with ionic liquid electrolytes in between, has successfully broken the barriers of low discharge voltages (less than 0.55 V) and insufficient life cycle (less than 100 cycles) which hampered the development of aluminum batteries for decades.
"This nickel-carbon-based catalyst can be activated to obtain isolated nickel atoms on the graphitic carbon support when applying electrochemical potential, exhibiting highly efficient hydrogen evolution performance and impressive durability."
The ratio of the peak at 1350 [cm.sup.-1] (D band), which is due to amorphous carbon, to the intensity of the peak at 1580 [cm.sup.-1] (G band), which is due to the graphitic carbon, was 1.37.
Three types of samples were analyzed to identify organic compounds which can be released from a model low metallic brake friction composite to the environment: i) ball milled brake material, ii) non-airborne wear debris generated during a full-scale brake dynamometer AO4D test, and iii) selected individual components used for brake formulation: coke, synthetic graphite, and resilient graphitic carbon [5,19].
It has been determined that the D and G peaks, ~1365 and 1594 [cm.sup.-1], respectively, indicated the presence of graphitic carbon. Upfield, between 2500 and 3300 [cm.sup.-1], there is a large broad hump with a noticeable pair of peaks at 2804 and 2951[cm.sup.-1], respectively.
The PlasCarb project will see biogas generated from food waste-to-energy technology anaerobic transformed into renewable hydrogen and graphitic carbon.
The centre on Teesside, part of the Government's High Value Manufacturing Catapult, will be responsible for the technical aspects of the PlasCarb project, which will see biogas generated from anaerobic digestion transformed into renewable hydrogen and graphitic carbon through a low energy microwave plasma process.