A New Structure of Carbon

@article{Lipson1942ANS,
  title={A New Structure of Carbon},
  author={Henry Solomon Lipson and A. R. Stokes},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1942},
  volume={149},
  pages={328-328}
}
ATTENTION has been directed by Taylor and Laidler1 to the appearance of ‘extra’ lines on X-ray photographs of graphite. These lines are given by several quite unrelated specimens and they do not seem to be connected with impurities. Finch and Wilman2 and Taylor and Laidler1 tried to interpret them as secondary diffraction phenomena of the graphite structure, but without producing any convincing evidence for their theories3. We find, however, that the lines may be explained by the presence of… 
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