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Carbon
Carbon Graphite ( Materials for Special Applications )

Carbon is an important chemical element represented by symbol C. Carbon has a large number of organic compounds because it can create strong bonds with other elements and itself. Calcium carbonate (limestone) is magnesium and iron components of carbon.

There are three allotropes of carbon in the nature. Amorphous, graphite and diamond. Graphite is the most common soft materials and diamond is one of the hardest.

Physical Properties

All physical and chemical properties of the carbon element is related to the crystal structure. High temperatures required for melting and evaporation, allows breaking the covalent bond of the three-dimensional crystals. Elemental carbon in the two crystalline structures is found in diamond and graphite.

Chemical Properties

Chemically pure carbon, sugar (sucrose) is obtained by decomposition by heating under vacuum. Other substances in the carbon is removed by improving the flame of chlorine gas. Then wahed with water and separated from the chlorine and hydrogen gas environment. Elemental carbon is a very heavy material. It is nonsoluable in water, diluted acid and alkali and organic solvents. It combines with oxygen at high temperatures and generates carbon monoxide. It only reactions with fluorine from halogens.

Code Density Fracture Toughness Comperessive Strength Modulus Elasticity Thermal Conducitivity Thermal Expansion Hardness Porosity Thermal Toughness Thermal Toughness Impregnation Material
RT 1201 1,7 68 210 24 14 4,8 109 1/20 <2,5 200 200 Reçine
RT 1202 2,1 73 240 28 15 4,1 119 1/20 <2,5 400 500 Antimuan
RT 1203 1,7 60 200 20 15 5,1 110 1/20 <2,5 200 200 Reçine
RT 1204 2,1 73 225 22 16 4,6 114 1/20 <2,5 200 200 Antimuan
RT 40 1,6 53 155 20 14 3,4 104 1/20 7 400 1150 -
RT 50 1,6 50 140 18 15 3,6 100 1/20 10 400 1150 -
RT 60 1,55 30 100 9 115 3,6 13 500 2450 -