COMPARISON OF ELECTRICAL PROPERTIES OF UNINTERCALATED, AND INTERCALATED VAPOR-GROWN AND PITCH-BASED CARBON FIBERS.

John A. Wollam, Rodney O. Dillon, Duane E. Meyer, Suraiya Nafis, David J. Sellmyer, James Ho

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Abstract

Carbon fibers have been grown from the vapor and annealed to 3000 degree C. Comparisons of electrical properties are made with fibers grown from the vapor phase. Intercalations of both vapor grown, and pitch based fibers by EuCl//3, bromine, and H//2SO//4 are made and comparisons of electrical properties made. Electrical measurements include resistivity and magnetoresistivity, both as a function of temperature.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)79
Number of pages1
JournalExtended Abstracts and Program - Biennial Conference on Carbon
StatePublished - 1985

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