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==Samples==
 
==Samples==
Two samples of glassy carbons from Jan Ilavsky have made their way (as of Dec 1 2008) to NIST, ILL and ISIS and will head on to Diamond and APS.
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Two samples of glassy carbons (labeled C4 and G9) from Jan Ilavsky have made their way (as of Dec 1 2008) to NIST, ILL and ISIS and will head on to Diamond and APS. Additionally another sample, labeled G8, has been measured at ISIS.
  
 
The samples are cut from glassy carbon material, manufactured by Alpha Aesar under description: Glassy Carbon type 2. These samples are manufactured in 50 x 50 mm plates,  nominally 1 mm thick. Measurements with a micrometer were all between 0.99 and 1.01 mm
 
The samples are cut from glassy carbon material, manufactured by Alpha Aesar under description: Glassy Carbon type 2. These samples are manufactured in 50 x 50 mm plates,  nominally 1 mm thick. Measurements with a micrometer were all between 0.99 and 1.01 mm
 
===C4===
 
 
===G9===
 
  
 
==Experimental details and Data==
 
==Experimental details and Data==

Revision as of 10:03, 8 December 2008

Samples

Two samples of glassy carbons (labeled C4 and G9) from Jan Ilavsky have made their way (as of Dec 1 2008) to NIST, ILL and ISIS and will head on to Diamond and APS. Additionally another sample, labeled G8, has been measured at ISIS.

The samples are cut from glassy carbon material, manufactured by Alpha Aesar under description: Glassy Carbon type 2. These samples are manufactured in 50 x 50 mm plates, nominally 1 mm thick. Measurements with a micrometer were all between 0.99 and 1.01 mm

Experimental details and Data

NIST

ILL


Zip file of all data (in NIST 6 column format) with plots in PDF and Igor Pro formats GlassyCarbon_ILL.zip

ISIS

The collected data in canSAS XML format : GLASSYC_C4G8G9.XML‎

Excel file of that data with plots : Glassy_Carbons_C4_G8_G9.xls‎