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Nanostructured carbon foams: Synthesis, physicochemical properties, and processing

AuthorsSeral-Ascaso, Andrés ; Luquin, Asunción; Sanjuán, M. L.; Garriga, Rosa; Laguna, Mariano ; Muñoz, Edgar
Issue Date2012
CitationInternational Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials (2012)
AbstractMetal/carbon foams are a new family of nanostructured carbon materials synthesized by laser ablation of selected coordination compounds. When irradiating organometallic precursors, the resulting foams consist of metal nanoparticles embedded within amorphous carbon nanoparticles, amorphous carbon nanoparticles, and graphitic nanostructures. Moreover, our laser ablation method enables the synthesis of metal-free carbon foams from aromatic molecular precursors. The present work reports on important experimental parameters toward the controlled synthesis of these carbon foams. Thus, the effect of laser parameters used and the chemical nature of the ablated precursors on the structure of the synthesized carbon foams are here discussed. The study of the physicochemical properties (such as thermal- and textural properties) and the design of chemical processing strategies for these carbon foams give promising hints of their potential technological applications.
DescriptionResumen del trabajo presentado a la: "International Conference on Diamond and Carbon Materials" celebrada en Granada (España) del 2 al 6 de septiembre de 2012.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/121847
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