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The structure of carbon in chemically vapor deposited SiC monofilaments

  • X. J. Ning (a1), P. Pirouz (a1), K. P. D. Lagerlof (a1) and J. DiCarlo (a2)
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The microstructures of carbon-rich regions in chemically vapor deposited SCS-6 SiC fibers have been studied by electron diffraction and high resolution transmission electron microscopy. The microstructures of the carbon in the substrate filament and the outer coating layers of the fiber are consistent with different distributions of Oberlin's model of Basic Structural Units (BSUs)1 while that of the inner substrate coating is consistent with turbostratic carbon (TC).

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