Graphite Intercalation Compounds and Applications by TOSHIAKI EnokiGraphite Intercalation Compounds and Applications by TOSHIAKI Enoki

Graphite Intercalation Compounds and Applications

byTOSHIAKI Enoki, Masatsugu Suzuki, Morinobu Endo

Hardcover | February 15, 2003

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Graphite intercalation compounds are a new class of electronic materials that are classified as graphite-based host guest systems. They have specific structural features based on the alternating stacking of graphite and guest intercalate sheets. The electronic structures show two-dimensionalmetallic properties with a large variety of features including superconductivity. They are also interesting from the point of two-dimensional magnetic systems. This book presents the synthesis, crystal structures, phase transitions, lattice dynamics, electronic structures, electron transportproperties, magnetic properties, surface phenomena, and applications of graphite intercalation compounds. The applications covered include batteries, highly conductive graphite fibers, exfoliated graphite and intercalated fullerenes and nanotubes.
Toshiaki Enoki is at Tokyo Institute of Technology. Morinobu Endo is at Shinshu University.
Title:Graphite Intercalation Compounds and ApplicationsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:456 pages, 6.18 × 9.41 × 0.91 inPublished:February 15, 2003Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0195128273

ISBN - 13:9780195128277

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction2. Synthesis and Intercalation Chemistry3. Structures and Phase Transitions4. Lattice Dynamics5. Electronic Structures6. Electron Transport Properties7. Magnetic Properties8. Surface Properties and Gas Adsorption9. GICs and Batteries10. Highly Conductive Graphite Fibers11. Exfoliated Graphite Formed by Intercalation12. Intercalated Fullerenes and Carbon NanotubesIndex