>98% carbon basis
carbon, >98% (total metals impurities)
Design for Energy Efficiency
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6-13 nm × 2.5-20 μm
10 μm , average length, TEM
12 nm , average diameter, HRTEM
BET surf. area ~220 m2/g (SSA)
3652-3697 °C (lit.)
~2.1 g/mL at 25 °C (lit.)
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