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On the characterization of carbon blacks by various techniques

Stoeckli, Fritz ; Huguenin, Didier ; Laederach, A.

In: Carbon, 1994, vol. 32, no. 7, p. 1359-1362

It is shown how the use of various adsorption and calorimetric techniques can provide unambiguous information on the presence or the absence of porosity on the surface of carbon blacks. Dubinin's theory, its extension to immersion calorimetry, and gas-phase calorimetry can be applied successfully. As an example, the characterization of 6 porous and non-porous samples is described. Plus

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    Summary
    It is shown how the use of various adsorption and calorimetric techniques can provide unambiguous information on the presence or the absence of porosity on the surface of carbon blacks. Dubinin's theory, its extension to immersion calorimetry, and gas-phase calorimetry can be applied successfully. As an example, the characterization of 6 porous and non-porous samples is described.