graphite sublimation tests - princeton university

In Operando Acoustic Detection of Lithium Metal Plating in

Unfavorable lithium metal plating in commercial Li-ion batteries is known to occur at colder temperatures and faster charge rates. Bommier et al. apply a commercially applicable ultrasonic technique to determine the degree of lithium metal plating during battery cycling

NUFACT'03 Columbia University June 7, 2003

24 GeV 3.0 e12 proton pulse on Carbon-Carbon and ATJ graphite targets Recorded strain induced by proton pulse 0 0.0002 0.0004 0.0006 0.0008 0.001 Time (sec) C-C composite ATJ Graphite ORNL Studies—J. Haines, et al. Carbon sublimation tests at 2000o C

CorrosionBehaviorofPassivated316LSSwithAgCoatingas

2.3. Electrochemical Tests. Electrochemical measurements were carried out on Princeton Applied Research equipment (VMP3). The procedure was controlled by EC-Lab software. Princeton flat cell was used for the electrochemical experi-ments. The working 2

Spot tests in organic analysis (Feigl, Fritz. Tr. by Oesper, Ralph E.)

Inc. Princeton, 1956. xx-f 616 pp. Figuresandmany tables. 16 X 23cm. $11. A discussion of the use ofspot tests for the detection of organic compounds and organic functional groups has ap-peared in earlier editions of Professor FeigFs well-known book, Prior to

CiteSeerX — Graphite Sublimation Tests for Target

Additional tests of graphite rods (15 mm in diameter and 300 mm long) have been conducted in high vacuum and in cover gases of helium as well as argon. The sublimation rate at 2350 K is 1.7 mg/h for static argon cover gas (1 atm) and 0.78 mg/h for static helium cover gas.

Chapter 4 Metal Matrix Composites

Chapter 4 Metal Matrix Composites FINDINGS Metal matrix composites (MMCs) usually con-sist of a low-density metal, such as aluminum or magnesium, reinforced with particulate or fibers of a ceramic material, such as silicon carbide or graphite. Compared with

Enhanced Thermal Decomposition of Nitromethane on

2012/6/15Enhanced Thermal Decomposition of Nitromethane on Functionalized Graphene Sheets: Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations Li-Min Liu,†,‡ Roberto Car,† Annabella Selloni,†,* Daniel M. Dabbs, Ilhan A. Aksay, and Richard A. Yetter∥ †Department of Chemistry, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 08544, United States

Electrochemical Performance of Graphene as Effected by Electrode Porosity and Graphene Functionalization

Electrochemical Performance of Graphene as Effected by Electrode Porosity and Graphene Functionalization Christian Punckt, aMichael A. Pope, Jun Liu,b Yuehe Lin,b Ilhan A. Aksay*a a Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08544, USA

CorrosionBehaviorofPassivated316LSSwithAgCoatingas

2.3. Electrochemical Tests. Electrochemical measurements were carried out on Princeton Applied Research equipment (VMP3). The procedure was controlled by EC-Lab software. Princeton flat cell was used for the electrochemical experi-ments. The working 2

Graphite Sublimation Tests for the Muon Collider/Neutrino

2020/4/8A passively cooled graphite target was proposed for a 1.5 MW neutrino production research facility because of its simplicity and favorable performance as a target material for neutrino production (Ref. 1). The conceptual design for the target in the Reference 1 study was a graphite rod 15 mm in diameter by 800 mm long. Figure 1 shows the graphite target rod supported by graphite spokes, which

Thermal erosion of graphite by pulsed electron beam

1991/3/1Electron beam heating tests were performed for several kinds of Isotropie graphite to evaluate the dependence of thermal erosion behavior on the graphite species and on the heat load. The specimens were irradiated by electron beams with power densities of 25 to 45 MW/m 2

PRINCETON PLASMA PHYSICS LABORATORY PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, PRINCETON

PRINCETON PLASMA PHYSICS LABORATORY PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, PRINCETON, NEW JERSEY PPPL-3662 PPPL-3662 UC-70 High Heat Flux Interactions and Tritium Removal from Plasma Facing Components by a Scanning Laser by C.H. Skinner

Spot tests in organic analysis (Feigl, Fritz. Tr. by Oesper, Ralph E.)

Inc. Princeton, 1956. xx-f 616 pp. Figuresandmany tables. 16 X 23cm. $11. A discussion of the use ofspot tests for the detection of organic compounds and organic functional groups has ap-peared in earlier editions of Professor FeigFs well-known book, Prior to

AN INTERCOMPARISON AMONG FOUR MODELS OF BLOWING

the sublimation process of blowing snow. However, estimation of the eddy diffusion coefficient for momentum (Km), and thereby the diffusion coefficients for moisture (Kw) and for heat (Kh), has a significant influence on the process. Sensitivity tests with

Chapter 4 Metal Matrix Composites

Chapter 4 Metal Matrix Composites FINDINGS Metal matrix composites (MMCs) usually con-sist of a low-density metal, such as aluminum or magnesium, reinforced with particulate or fibers of a ceramic material, such as silicon carbide or graphite. Compared with

of Graphite Targets Interacting with the 24 GeV Proton Beam of

BNL - 69287 CAP- 3 4 2 - Exp e r - C Study of Graphite Targets Interacting with the 24 GeV Proton Beam of the BNL Muon Target Experiment N. Simos, H. Kirk, S. Kahn BNL, Upton, NY 11973 K. McDonald Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 08544 M. Cates, B. Riemer, J. Tsai, D. Beshears

Malleable Cast Iron

Malleable iron is made by first casting a white iron so that flakes of graphite are avoided and all the undissolved carbon is in the form of iron carbide. Malleable iron starts as a white iron casting that is then heat treated for a day or two at about 950 C (1,740 F) and then cooled over a day or two.

What is Graphene? Graphene properties and applications

2020/8/15Graphene is the name for an atom-thick honeycomb sheet of carbon atoms. It is the building block for other graphitic materials (since a typical carbon atom has a diameter of about 0.33 nanometers, there are about 3 million layers of graphene in 1 mm of graphite). Units of graphene are known as

Carbon sublimation using a solar furnace

1997/2/28ELSEVIER S5';'~(l'lf ICIf IIr. onn Synthetic Metals 86 (1997) 2295-2296 Carbon sublimation using a solar furnace D. Laplaze, P. Bernier, C. Journet, V. Vi G. Flamant* and M. Lebrun* Groupe de Dynamique des Phases Condenss (UNIR 5581), Universitde

Graphene aerogels: a review

2017/6/22Graphene has been the focus of intense interest since its discovery in 2004 due to its excellent electrical, thermal and mechanical properties [].In particular, properties such as its high strength/strain-to-failure [], high surface area [] and chemical stability [] have found applications in composites [5, 6], nanoelectronics [7, 8], energy storage [9, 10], sensors [11, 12], catalysis [] and

Dielectric elastomer actuators with elastomeric electrodes

Dielectric elastomer actuators with elastomeric electrodes Michael Bozlar,1,a) Christian Punckt,1,2,a) Sibel Korkut,1,2 Jian Zhu,3 Choon Chiang Foo,3,4 Zhigang Suo,3 and Ilhan A. Aksay1,b) 1Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton

Enhanced Thermal Decomposition of Nitromethane on

2012/6/15Enhanced Thermal Decomposition of Nitromethane on Functionalized Graphene Sheets: Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Simulations Li-Min Liu,†,‡ Roberto Car,† Annabella Selloni,†,* Daniel M. Dabbs, Ilhan A. Aksay, and Richard A. Yetter∥ †Department of Chemistry, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 08544, United States

On the Electrochemical Response of Porous Functionalized Graphene Electrodes

2013/5/24On the Electrochemical Response of Porous Functionalized Graphene Electrodes Christian Punckt,†,‡ Michael A. Pope,‡ and Ilhan A. Aksay*,† †Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey 08544, United States

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