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Comparative study on preparing carbon fibers based on PAN precursors with different comonomers

  • Zhang Wangxi
  • Liu Jie
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Abstract

Two different PAN precursors with various comonomers were wet-spun. The properties and structural changes of PAN precursors and their evolution during preoxidation and carbonization process were characterized by the use of DSC, FTIR and traditional parameters, e g, tensile strength. It is demonstrated that acrylamide (AAM) is very effective to make the DSC peak be separated compared to methyl acrylate(MA). As a result, carbon fibers developed from AAM-contained precursors have a better tenacity compared to those developed from MA-contained ones.

Key words

carbon fibers polyacrylonitrile precursors structure and properties 

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© Wuhan University of Technology 2006

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Carbon Fibers and CompositesBeijing University of Chemical TechnologyBeijingChina

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