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  • Vol. 52, Iss. 3 — Mar. 1, 1998
  • pp: 356–360

Effect of Various Treatments on Carbon Fiber Surfaces Studied by Raman Microprobe Spectrometry

A. Cuesta, P. Dhamelincourt, J. Laureyns, A. Martinez-Alonso, and J. M. D. Tascon

Applied Spectroscopy, Vol. 52, Issue 3, pp. 356-360 (1998)


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Abstract

High-modulus and high-strength carbon fibers were submitted to oxidation plus sizing and grinding treatments. Subsequent changes at the fiber surfaces were studied by Raman spectrometry. X-ray diffractograms and Raman spectra of the fresh fibers were compared with those of other carbon materials with different graphitization degrees. The industrial oxidation + sizing treatment induces disorder at the fibers surface, this being of a higher order of magnitude than that introduced by grinding. However, this disorder is different in nature from the intrinsic disorder typical for little graphitized carbon materials.

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A. Cuesta, P. Dhamelincourt, J. Laureyns, A. Martinez-Alonso, and J. M. D. Tascon, "Effect of Various Treatments on Carbon Fiber Surfaces Studied by Raman Microprobe Spectrometry," Appl. Spectrosc. 52, 356-360 (1998)
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