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出版情報: Aedermannsdorf, Switzerland : Trans Tech S. A., [1980]  iii, 159p. ; 24cm
シリーズ名: Mechanical and corrosion properties ; v. 15
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出版情報: [東京] : 平成基礎科学財団, c2010  ビデオディスク2枚(198分) ; 12cm
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出版情報: 東京 : 三共出版, 2008.6  ix, 671p ; 20cm
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柳田博明, 永井正幸編著
出版情報: 東京 : 昭晃堂, 2000.4  ii, ii, ii, 182p ; 22cm
シリーズ名: 21世紀の先端科学をになう新化学教科書シリーズ / 長谷川正木, 柳田博明編集 ; 第5巻
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edited by Ei-ichi Yasuda ... [et al.]
出版情報: Amsterdam ; Tokyo : Elsevier, 2003  xiv, 569 p. ; 25 cm
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Preface
Part 1. Introduction
   Chapter 1. Introduction Ei-ichi Yasuda and Michio Inagaki 3
   1 A Short History 3
   2 Carbon Family 5
   3 Carbon Alloys 9
   References 11
Part 2. Space Control in Carbon Alloys
   Chapter 2. Hybrid Orbital Control in Carbon Alloys Riichiro Saito 15
   1 Hybridization in a Carbon Atom 15
   2 Defect States and Modifications of the Hybridization 27
   3 Spectroscopies for spn Structure 33
   4 Conclusions 38
   References 38
   Chapter 3. Structural Design and Functions of Carbon Materials by Alloying in Atomic and Molecular Scales Morinobu Endo, Takuya Hayashi, Yoong Ahm Kim, Hiroaki Ohta and Sung Wha Hong 41
   1. Introduction 41
   2. Intercalation Compounds 42
   3 Insertion of Li Ions into the Disordered Carbon Materials 44
   4 Substitution of Heteroatoms 46
   5 Metal-doped Fullerenes 49
   6 Metal-doped Carbon Nanotubes 50
   7 Conclusions 54
   References 54
   Chapter 4. Surface and Hidden Surface-controlled Carbon Alloys Katsumi Kaneko 57
   1 Importance of Hidden Surfaces and Confined Spaces in Carbon Materials 57
   2 Carbon Structure of Superhigh Surface Area 64
   3 Design of Hidden Surfaces with Alloying 65
   4 Properties of Hidden Surface- or Pore Space-alloyed Carbons 68
   5 Design of New Porous Carbon with Carbon Alloying Technique 76
   References 77
   Chapter 5. Control of Interface and Microstructure in Carbon Alloys Yasuhiro Tanabe and Ei-ichi Yasuda 83
   1 Introduction 83
   2 Interface Control 85
   3 Microstructure Control 89
   4 Conclusion 93
   References 93
Part 3. Typical Carbon Alloys and Processing
   Chapter 6. Intercalation Compounds Noboru Akuzawa 99
   1 Introduction 99
   2 Li-insertion into Carbon Materials 100
   3 New Intercalation Compounds Prepared from Unique Host Carbon Materials 103
   4 Host Effect on the Intercalation of Halogen Molecules and Alkali Metals 104
   5 Physical Properties of MCI2-GICs and Alkyl Derivative of Boehmite with Layered Structure 105
   6 Conclusion 105
   References 106
   Chapter 7. Porous Carbon Takashi Kyotani 109
   1 Introduction 109
   2 Control of Pore Structure 110
   3 Performance of Advanced Porous Carbon 118
   4 Conclusions 123
   References 124
   Chapter 8. Polymer Blend Technique for Designing Carbon Materials Asao Oya 129
   1. Introduction 129
   2. Porous Carbon Materials 129
   3 Preferential Support of Metal Particles on Pore Surface 131
   4 Carbon Nanofibers and Carbon Nanotubes 133
   5 Other Fibrous Carbon Materials with Unique Shapes 139
   6 Conclusions 141
   References 141
Part 4. The Latest Characterization Techniques
   Chapter 9. Computer Simulations Shinji Tsuneyuki 145
   1 Methods 145
   2 Applications 150
   3 Conclusions 156
   References 156
   Chapter 10. X-ray Diffraction Methods to Study Crystallite Size and Lattice Constants of Carbon Materials Minoru Shiraishi and Michio Inagaki 161
   1. Introduction 161
   2 Measurement Method (JSPS Method) 162
   3 Characterization of Carbonized Materials Heat-treated at Low Temperatures 170
   References 173
   Chapter 11. Pore Structure Analyses of Carbons by Small-Angle X-ray Scattering Keiko Nishikawa 175
   1. Introduction 175
   2. Fundamentals of Small-Angle X-ray Scattering 176
   3 Analyses 180
   4 Examples of Structure Determination 183
   References 187
   Chapter 12. XAFS Analysis and Applications to Carbons and Catalysts Hiromi Yamashita 189
   1 Introduction 189
   2 XAFS Analysis 190
   3 Applications to Carbon Related Materials and Catalysts 200
   4 XAFS in the Future 207
   References 207
   Chapter 13. X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy and its Application to Carbon Noboru Suzuki 211
   1 Introduction and XPS 211
   2 C1s Binding Energy 212
   3 Application to Carbon Materials 212
   References 220
   Chapter 14. Transmission Electron Microscopy Hiroyasu Saka 223
   1 Introduction 223
   2 Materials Characterization by Means of TEM 223
   3 Specimen Preparation by FIB 231
   4 In-Situ Heating Experiment 235
   References 238
   Chapter 15. Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy and its Applications to Characterization of Carbon Materials Hisako Hirai 239
   1 Introduction 239
   2 Basic Principles of EELS and Instrumentation 240
   3 The Energy-Loss Spectrum 242
   4 Applications to Characterizing Carbon Materials 249
   5. Conclusions: The Future of EELS 254
   References 255
   Chapter 16. Visualization of the Atomic-scale Structure and Reactivity of Metal Carbide Surfaces Using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Ken-ichi Fukui, Rong-Li Lo and Yasuhiro Iwasawa 257
   1 Introduction 257
   2 Principle of Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) 259
   3 Preparation of Mo2C Surfaces 259
   4 Visualization of the Atomic-scale Structure and Reactivity of Molybdenum Carbide Surfaces by STM 260
   5 Conclusions and Future Prospects 265
   References 266
   Chapter 17. Infra-Red Spectra, Electron Paramagnetic Resonance, and Proton Magnetic Thermal Analysis Osamu Ito, Tadaaki Ikoma and Richard Sakurovs 269
   1 Infra-Red (IR) Spectra 269
   2 EPR 276
   3 Proton Magnetic Resonance Thermal Analysis (PMRTA) 281
   References 283
   Chapter 18. Raman Spectroscopy as a Characterization Tool for Carbon Materials Masato Kakihana and Minoru Osada 285
   1 Introduction 285
   2 Raman Spectra of Carbon Materials 288
   3 Remarks about Raman Measurements 290
   4 Recent Raman Studies of Carbon Materials 292
   References 297
   Chapter 19. Basics of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance and its Application to Carbon Alloys Takashi Nishizawa 299
   1 Introduction 299
   2 Apparatus 299
   3 Basics of NMR for Spin 1/2 Nucleus 300
   4 Characterization of Pitch 308
   5 Solid-state 7Li-NMR 313
   References 318
   Chapter 20. Gas Adsorption Yohko Hanzawa and Katsumi Kaneko 319
   1 Adsorption, Absorption, Occlusion and Storage 319
   2 Classification of Pores and Porosity 320
   3 Selection of an Adsorbate Molecule 321
   4 Surface Structure and the Adsorption Isotherm 324
   References 331
   Chapter 21. Electrochemical Characterization of Carbons and Carbon Alloys Tsuyoshi Nakajima 335
   1 Introduction 335
   2 Characterization Techniques 336
   3 Electrochemical Characterization of Carbon Alloys 340
   4 Conclusions 349
   References 349
   Chapter 22. Mechanical Probe for Micro-/Nano-characterization Mototsugu Sakai 351
   1 Introduction 351
   2 Theoretical Considerations 353
   3 Experimental Details 360
   4 Application to Carbon-related Materials 364
   5 Concluding Remarks 380
   References 382
   Chapter 23. Magnetism of Nano-graphite Toshiaki Enoki, Bhagvatula L.V. Prasad, Yoshiyuki Shibayama, Kazuyuki Takai and Hirohiko Sato 385
   1 Introduction 385
   2 Conversion from Diamond to Graphite in Nano-scale Dimension 386
   3 Nano-graphite Network 389
   4 Fluorinated Nano-graphite 392
   References 393
   Chapter 24. Magnetoresistance and its Application to Carbon and Carbon Alloys Yoshihiro Hishiyama 395
   1 Introduction 395
   2 Background for the Magnetoresistance Measurement 395
   3 Measurement of Magnetoresistance 400
   4 Application of Magnetoresistance Technique for Synthesis of High-Quality Graphite Film from Aromatic Polyimide Film 403
   5 Negative Magnetoresistance in Boron-doped Graphites 409
   References 413
Part 5. Function Developments and Application Potentials
   Chapter 25. Applications of Advanced Carbon Materials to the Lithium Ion Secondary Battery Morinobu Endo and Yoong Ahm Kim 417
   1 Introduction 417
   2 Characteristics of Li-ion Secondary Battery 420
   3 Carbon and Graphite Host Materials 420
   4 Lithium/Graphite Intercalation Compounds 421
   5 Voltage Profiles of Carbon Electrodes 424
   6 Effect of Microstructure of Carbon Anode on the Capacity 426
   7 Li Storage Model 430
   8 Conclusions 431
   References 432
   Chapter 26. Electrochemical Functions Mikio Miyake 435
   1 Features of Carbon Materials as Electrodes 435
   2 Electrochemical Reactions on Carbon 436
   3 Electrochemical Behavior of Various Carbons 439
   4 Application of Carbon Electrodes 441
   References 444
   Chapter 27. Electric Double Layer Capacitors Soshi Shiraishi 447
   1 Introduction 447
   2 Influence of Pore Size Distribution of ACFs on Double Layer Capacitance 449
   3 Double Layer Capacitance of Other Carbon Materials 454
   4 Conclusion 456
   References 456
   Chapter 28. Field Electron Emissions from Carbon Nanotubes Yahachi Saito, Koichi Hata and Sashiro Uemura 459
   1 Introduction 459
   2 FEM Study of Nanotubes 460
   3 Nanotube-based Display Devices 465
   References 468
   Chapter 29. Gas Separations with Carbon Membranes Katsuki Kusakabe and Shigeharu Morooka 469
   1 Properties of Carbon Membranes 469
   2 Preparation of Carbon Membranes 472
   3 Permeances of Molecular Sieving Carbon Membranes 474
   4 Oxidation of Molecular Sieving Carbon Membranes 478
   5 Separation Based on Surface Flow 480
   6 Conclusions 481
   References 481
   Chapter 30. Property Control of Carbon Materials by Fluorination Hidekazu Touhara 485
   1 Introduction 485
   2 Control of Carbon Properties by Fluorination 486
   3 The Chemistry of Carbon Nanotubes with Fluorine and Carbon Alloying by Fluorination 487
   References 497
   Chapter 31. Preparation of Metal-loaded Porous Carbons and Their Use as a Highly Active Catalyst for Reduction of Nitric Oxide (NO) Kouichi Miura and Hiroyuki Nakagawa 499
   1 Introduction 499
   2 Sample Preparation 500
   3 Carbonization Behavior of the Resins 501
   4 Characterization of Metal Loaded Porous Carbons 502
   5 Nitric Oxide Decomposition on Metal Loaded Porous Carbons 504
   6 Conclusions 512
   References 512
   Chapter 32. Formation of a Seaweed Bed Using Carbon Fibers Minoru Shiraishi 515
   1 Introduction 515
   2 Rapid Fixation of Marine Organisms 515
   3 Food Chain Through a Carbon Fiber Seaweed Bed 518
   4 Formation of an Artificial Bed of Seaweed Using Carbon Fibers 519
   References 521
   Chapter 33. Carbon/Carbon Composites and Their Properties Tatsuo Oku 523
   1 Introduction 523
   2 Carbon Fibers and Carbon Coils 524
   3 Novel Materials and Control of Micro-structures 527
   4 Improvement of Properties and Correlation Between Properties and Microstructures 531
   5 Fracture and its Mechanism 538
   6 Microstructure Observation 542
   7 Concluding Remarks 542
   References 543
   Chapter 34. Super-hard Materials Osamu Takai 545
   1 Super-hard Materials 545
   2 Diamond-like Carbon 546
   3 Carbon Nitride 552
   4 Boron Carbonitride (BxCyNz) 556
   5 Conclusion 557
   References 557
Contributing authors 559
Subject index 563
Preface
Part 1. Introduction
   Chapter 1. Introduction Ei-ichi Yasuda and Michio Inagaki 3
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中西典彦, 坂東尚周編著 ; 小菅皓二 [ほか] 共著
出版情報: 東京 : 三共出版, 1988.4  vii, 351p ; 22cm
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出版情報: 東京 : 三共出版, 1994.4  vi, 180p ; 26cm
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出版情報: 東京 : 日本規格協会, 1983.10  449p ; 21cm
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小林昭 [ほか] 著
出版情報: 東京 : 地人書館, 1963-1964  2冊 ; 21cm
シリーズ名: 非金属材料加工技術の講座 / 小林昭[ほか]編 ; 1
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出版情報: 東京 : シーエムシー, 1987.8  404p ; 31cm
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