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Figure 4

Figure 4. From: Mesoporous carbons with self-assembled surfaces of defined crystal orientation.

XRD patterns of mesoporous carbons (CPG-25-C) as a function of post-synthesis annealing temperature.

Kengqing Jian, et al. Microporous Mesoporous Mater. ;108(1-3):143-151.
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Figure 6

Figure 6. From: Mesoporous carbons with self-assembled surfaces of defined crystal orientation.

Comparison of model prediction to measured total surface areas for a range of mesoporous carbons.

Kengqing Jian, et al. Microporous Mesoporous Mater. ;108(1-3):143-151.
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Figure 3

Figure 3. From: Mesoporous carbons with self-assembled surfaces of defined crystal orientation.

Morphologies of original SG-15 silica gel template (A), and the resulting mesoporous carbon (B).

Kengqing Jian, et al. Microporous Mesoporous Mater. ;108(1-3):143-151.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Mesoporous carbons with self-assembled surfaces of defined crystal orientation.

Pore size distribution of various mesoporous carbons derived from (a) 12 nm CPG, (b) 25 nm CPG, (c) 45 nm CPG, (d) 70 nm CPG, (e) 6 nm silica gel, and (f) 15 nm silica gel.

Kengqing Jian, et al. Microporous Mesoporous Mater. ;108(1-3):143-151.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Mesoporous carbons with self-assembled surfaces of defined crystal orientation.

Known discotic molecular configurations caused by micro- and nano-confinement of mesophase pitch in various geometries: (a) cylindrical,15–16 (b) hour-glass,22 (c) laminar,20 and (d) spherical structures, which include Brooks-Taylor mesospheres27 observed at micron length scales, and the homogeneous domains favored at the nanoscale22. These structures are selected by the combination of edge-on anchoring (preferred at most interfaces26, and the avoidance of curvature in the director field which produces elastic strain.

Kengqing Jian, et al. Microporous Mesoporous Mater. ;108(1-3):143-151.
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Figure 7

Figure 7. From: Mesoporous carbons with self-assembled surfaces of defined crystal orientation.

Typical reconstruction features observed on the outward facing graphene edge planes in mesophase-derived carbons : (a) closed half-circular loops or half-nanotube arches, 600 °C carbon nanofibers16, (b) ultrathin films of 1–2 graphene layers covering active edges, 700 °C carbon nanofibers15, (c) amorphous materials, inner surfaces of mesoporous carbons22, and (d) closed hairpin loops on 2500 °C annealed carbon nanofibers16. All scale bars are 2 nm.

Kengqing Jian, et al. Microporous Mesoporous Mater. ;108(1-3):143-151.
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Figure 2

Figure 2. From: Mesoporous carbons with self-assembled surfaces of defined crystal orientation.

Morphology of CPG template derived mesoporous carbons. (A) SEM image of carbon CPG-45-C, which shows the interconnected porous nature of the carbon with solid “grains” of about 40 nm in diameter, (B) SEM image of carbon CPG-12-C, with similar morphology, but on a smaller length scale, (C) TEM image of carbon CPG-25-C showing interconnected grains, and (D) High-resolution TEM fringe image of the nanophase carbon derived from 100 nm CPG template revealing the graphene layer orientation perpendicular to the mesoporous carbon grain edges, reflecting the original edge-on anchoring state of the liquid crystalline precursor on glass. The white bars in (D) indicate the dominant orientation of the graphene layers. Exposed edge sites can be directly observed on the surface in this particular image.

Kengqing Jian, et al. Microporous Mesoporous Mater. ;108(1-3):143-151.

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