Mechanism of Anisotropy Occurrence in a Pitch Precursor of Carbon Fibres: Part II—Pitch C
Anisotropic pitch C is a pure edge-to-edge type of gel with a largely extended preferred orientation (statistical long-range orientation). It is a two-phase-disperse system made of an anisotropic network of carbon BSU, associated edge to edge, including isotropic microdroplets. The gel is (QS.TI) (i.e., β resins) and able to swell in tar.
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Lafdi, Khalid; Bonnamy, S.; and Oberlin, Agnès, "Mechanism of Anisotropy Occurrence in a Pitch Precursor of Carbon Fibres: Part II—Pitch C" (1991). Chemical and Materials Engineering Faculty Publications. 89.