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    Author(s)Ljubisa R Radovic
    PublisherTaylor and Francis
    ISBN9781439820940
    Pages297
    BindingHardbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearOctober 2012

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    Taylor and Francis Chemistry & Physics Of Carbon: Volume 31 by Ljubisa R Radovic

    Written by distinguished researchers, the long-running Chemistry and Physics of Carbon series provides a comprehensive and critical overview of carbon materials in terms of molecular structure, intermolecular relationships, bulk and surface properties, and their behavior in current and emerging applications. Volume 31 not only retains the high-quality content and reputation of previous volumes, but also complements them with reliable and timely coverage of the latest advances in the field. Maintaining the high level established by its predecessors, this book contains a prestigious and authoritative series of review chapters covering both chemistry and physics of carbon. The book examines properties and behavior of carbon materials ranging from coal to graphite, from activated carbons, chars, cokes, and carbon blacks to carbon fibers, fullerenes, nanotubes, and graphene. It complements previous volumes in the series by presenting updated information on ‘disordered’ carbons, a complex field that impacts nearly all aspects of carbon materials research. It includes a chapter on novel methods of characterization of carbon materials using ever more powerful techniques, as well as a chapter on the use of carbon materials in photocatalysis, a fast-moving and potentially exciting application. Emphasizing key experimental results and practical aspects, as well as important theoretical issues in every chapter, Volume 31 is a vital resource for those engaged in developing new technologies in a wide range of applicability of traditional and novel carbon materials from drug delivery to energy storage and conversion. Features Presents updated information on the chemistry and physics of carbon as revealed by NMR spectroscopy Presents a unifying treatment of ‘disordered’ carbons Shows how the ultimate photo-absorbent can contribute to photocatalysis not only by hybridization of adsorptivity with photoactivity in cases of carbon-supported and carbon-coated TiO2, but also by improved photocatalytic performance in carbon-modified TiO2 and carbon-coated TinO2n-1 Table of Contents Preface, Ljubisa R. Radovic A Realistic Approach to Disordered Carbons, Agnes Oberlin and Sylvie Bonnamy General Formulations Basic Structural Units (BSUs) as Elemental Bricks of the Disordered Carbons Heteroatom Contribution: From Disordered Materials to Graphite through Carbonization General Conclusions Appendix: Imaging of a Single Aromatic Layer Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Methods Applied to the Study of Carbon Materials, Jair C.C. Freitas, Alfredo G. Cunha, and Francisco G. Emmerich Introduction Background on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Practical Aspects of Solid-State 13C NMR in Carbon Science Survey of Selected Applications of Solid-State NMR to Carbon Materials Concluding Remarks Carbon Materials in Photocatalysis, Masahiro Toyoda, Tomoki Tsumura,Beata Tryba, Sylwia Mozia, Magdalena Janus, Antoni W. Morawski, and Michio Inagaki Introduction Carbon-Supported TiO2 Carbon-Modified TiO2 Carbon-Coated TiO2 Preparation of New Photocatalysts through Carbon Coating Summary and Conclusions