Effect of graphite nitrate exfoliation conditions on the released gas composition and properties of exfoliated graphite

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We have studied the fundamental aspects of the exfoliation of intercalation compounds of natural flake graphite with nitric acid and proposed a technique for qualitative and quantitative in situ analysis of the gases forming during graphite nitrate exfoliation. We have examined the effects of the graphite nitrate exfoliation atmosphere, temperature, and time on the released gas composition and the properties of the resulting exfoliated graphite.

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Original Russian Text © M.I. Saidaminov, N.V. Maksimova, N.E. Sorokina, V.V. Avdeev, 2013, published in Neorganicheskie Materialy, 2013, Vol. 49, No. 9, pp. 949–955.

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Saidaminov, M.I., Maksimova, N.V., Sorokina, N.E. et al. Effect of graphite nitrate exfoliation conditions on the released gas composition and properties of exfoliated graphite. Inorg Mater 49, 883–888 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1134/S0020168513090161

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Keywords

  • Nitrogen Oxide
  • Thermal Destruction
  • Highly Orient Pyrolytic Graphite
  • Nitrogen Dioxide
  • Intercalation Compound