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Title: Kinetics of the Formation of Intercalation Compounds in Crystalline Graphite
Authors: Sharma, P.K.
Hickey, G.S.
Issue Date: 1995
Citation: Chemically Modified Surfaces [book] The Royal Society, Great Britain
Abstract: Crystalline graphite has a structure that can be best described as an ordered stack of flat aromatic layers. It is known to form intercalation compounds with bromine and nitric acid. Their formation was studied using thermal measurements and analytical techniques. Samples of graphite treated with either bromine or nitric acid were prepared by contacting these reagents with powdered graphite.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/31696
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