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In 1979, John Abrahamson presented evidence of carbon nanotubes at the 14th Biennial Conference of Carbon at Pennsylvania State University. The conference paper described carbon nanotubes as carbon fibers that were produced on carbon anodes during arc discharge. A characterization of these fibers was given as well as hypotheses for their growth in a nitrogen atmosphere at low pressures. In 1981, a group of Soviet scientists published the results of chemical and structural characterization of carbon nanoparticles produced by a thermocatalytical disproportionation of carbon monoxide.

About 15min from the start of the reaction, the ratio gradually stabilized, which showed that the reaction is substantially complete at 15min or earlier. This is consistent with the test result previously described. It was found that there is a gap between the actual and theoretical weight increment, and the actual data was only about 80% theoretical data. This may be because part of the Ca(OH)2 was coated on the mineral particle surface without reacting with CO2, or because of any other loss of material.

1007/s00894-011-1309-8. [3] Zhou Wang, Xiu-zhi Tang, Zhong-Zhen Yu, et al. Dispersion of graphene oxide and its flame retardancy effect on epoxy nanocomposites, Chinese Journal of Polymer Science. 2 (2011) 368-376. 65(2011) 2582-2584. S. K. , et al, Science. 306(2004)666–73. [6] D. L. B. 79(2009)155413. [7] Alexander A, Balandin, Suchismita Ghosh, et a1. Superior thermal conductivity of single-layer grapheme, Nano Lett. 8(2008):902-907. [8] Sheng Kai-Xuan, Xu Yu-Xi, Li Chun, et al. High-performance self-assembled graphene hydrogels prepared by chemical reduction of graphene oxide, New Carbon Materials.

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