Structure et propriétés physiques des matériaux polyaromatiques par MET, EELS, et RX

Abstract : Carbonaceous materials have long played a key role in the industry, especially in their polyaromatic form, whose perfect and ultimate term is graphite. In their divided morphologies (cokes, carbon blacks), they have long been the essential constituents of manufactured products using their excellent electrical conduction properties (electrodes for metallurgy or batteries, motor brushes), or their mechanical strength (reinforcing fillers). elastomer for tires). This last application (structural reinforcement) appears paradoxical when one thinks of the primary purpose of graphite, the origin of its name, which was precisely to use its ease of abrasion to deposit continuously, by friction on paper, parts of graphite thus allowing the writing
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Lydia Laffont. Structure et propriétés physiques des matériaux polyaromatiques par MET, EELS, et RX. Physique [physics]. Université Paul Sabatier (Toulouse 3), 2002. Français. ⟨NNT : 2002TOU30129⟩. ⟨tel-01822493⟩

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