2001: Activation of carbon fibres using controlled rate methods

@inproceedings{Barnes20012001AO,
  title={2001: Activation of carbon fibres using controlled rate methods},
  author={Peter A. Barnes and Elizabeth A. Dawson and Gareth M.B Parkes and M. J. Chinn and L. A. Pears and C. J. Hindmarsh},
  year={2001}
}
The CR method can be used in either of two modes of operation, with a feedback loop between the detector (mass spectrometer), computer and either a temperature programmer or mass flow controllers (fig. 1). In the first mode, (thermal control) the rate of evolution of one of the product gases (CO2) is monitored and maintained at a pre-set target level by forcing the furnace temperature to rise or fall as necessary while keeping the activating gas (O2) concentration constant. In the second mode… CONTINUE READING

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