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Carbon Fiber Structure
Jul 16, 2018

Carbon fiber is an inorganic polymer fiber having a carbon content of more than 90%. The graphite fiber is contained in which the carbon content is higher than 99%. The carbon fiber has a microstructure similar to that of artificial graphite and is a layered graphite structure. The spacing between the carbon fiber layers is about 3.39 to 3.42A. The carbon atoms between the parallel layers are not as regular as the graphite, and the layers are connected by van der Waals force.

The structure of carbon fiber is also generally considered to consist of two-dimensional ordered crystals and pores, in which the content, size and distribution of pores have a great influence on the properties of carbon fibers.

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