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Two-dimensional lattice orientation and three-dimensional crystallinity in carbon fibres.
Nature Phys Sci 1972 Aug; 238(87):137-139
It has been found that some carbon fibers prepared from polyacrylonitrile possess three-dimensional crystallinity of a graphite-like lattice, and that the two-dimensional graphite-like lattice has a preferred orientation with respect to the fiber axis in addition to being parallel to the fiber axis. The observed two-dimensional preferred orientation and other considerations indicate that fibers possess a three-dimensional lattice.
Crystal-structure; Fibrous-dusts; Minerals; Mineral-dusts
OP; Journal Article
Issue of Publication
Nature Physical Science
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