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azam pirkarami

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Element Symbol: C
Basic Information
Atomic Number: 6
Atomic Mass: 12.011
Discovered By: Antoine Lavoisier
Date Discovered: 1789
Classification: Other Non-Metals
State At Twenty Degrees: Solid
A Large Sample Of Glassy Carbon
Carbon is an extremely versatile element. Depending on how the atoms are arranged, it can produce hard diamonds or soft graphite.
XRD patterns of IF-WS2 particles generated from different precursors.
X-ray diffraction patterns for the as-received CNT and the three Pt/CNT samples taken at intervals of 25 min in the tubular reactor.
diffraction patterns
for the
What is graphene?
2-D material
Honeycomb lattice of carbon atoms
Interesting properties
Almost transparent (2.3%)
Stronger than steel
Electrical and thermal conductor
Harder than diamond
Density: 0.77mg/m2
Made of a very common material
Other complex properties...
The formation of the diamond molecule and microscopic properties
Diamond is an allotrope of carbon,
It's in an extremely stable giant covalent lattice . However an other allotrope of carbon is graphite. Its not as hard as diamond as it has a different covalent structure.
Its tetrahydrally bonded which means that it forms a sort of triangle lattice. This almost perfect structure gives the formation below.
Arranged in a honeycomb
lattice in parallel layers
Carbon atom
Van der Waals forces
Strong covalent bonds
Separation of 0.142 nm between the carbon atoms (d)

Distance between planes is 0.335 nm (2.5d)
Carbon Nanotube
Carbon nanotube is an allotropes of carbon with a cylindrical nanostructure. Carbon nanotube is a great conductor of heat and is used in different electronics. Carbon nanotube is part of the fullerine structural family and and is usually in a liquid form or in one atom thick sheets.
Multi-walled carbon nanotubes
EDX and TEM images
Nanoscale Research Letters 2012 7:269 doi:10.1186/1556-276X-7-269
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Wonbong Choi, Jo-won Lee, Graphene Synthesis and Applications, 2012, ISN: 978-1-4398-6188-2

Carbon Fiber
5 to 10 x Stronger than Steel
Weighing 3 to 5 x Less
High manufacturing Costs
Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNTs)
• The U.S. Market for Power Tools : $8.6 billion industry.

• World power tool demand is forecast to increase 4.5 percent annually through 2016 to $28.1 billion

Power Tools
$4.6 billion cookware market
transfers heat
Solar Panels
Projected sales growth of solar panels is expected to grow to a 155 billion dollar industry by 2018
10.5% compound annual growth rate (CAGR)
Power Transformers
$17.12 billion in 2012
$28.69 billion by 2019
Prevent explosions
Source: en.wikipedia.org
Global Industry Analysis Trends and Forecast, 2013 - 2019
Bullet Proof Vests
Market value for armored vehicles and counter IED vehicles estimated at US$265 billion.
Visiongain has assessed that the value of the global military body armor and PPE market will reach $900.2m in 2013.
Research: Armored vehicles market to shrink by one billion us$ over the next decade. (2012, May 02). Defense Update. Retrieved from http://defense-update.com/20120502_armored-vehicles-market-to-shrink-by-one-billion-us-over-the-next-decade.html
Military body armour & personal protective equipment (ppe) market 2013-2023. (2013, Nov 07). Market Watch: The Wall Street Journal, Retrieved from http://www.marketwatch.com/story/military-body-armour-personal-protective-equipment-ppe-market-2013-2023-2013-11-07
Bulletproof Vests
Azam Pirkarami
Examples for
(left) and WAXS (right) scattering pattern (relative pixel position) for a PCL/MWCNT composites (0.5 wt% MWCNT).
Example for data analysis of SAXS data for PCL/1 wt% MWCNT recorded in the melt (red), after crystallization on cooling to 314 K (black), and the difference (green) as described in the text. (For interpretation of the references to colour in this figure legend, the reader is referred to the web version of this article.)
Crystallization of poly(å-caprolactone)/MWCNT composites: A combined SAXS/WAXS, electrical and thermal conductivity study. Polymer 55 (2014) 2220e2232.
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