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Endpoint:
nanomaterial crystalline phase
Type of information:
experimental study
Adequacy of study:
key study

Data source

Reference
Reference Type:
review article or handbook
Title:
Carbon Black: Surface properties and interactions with elastomers.
Author:
Donnet JB, Vidal A Carbon black:

Year:
1986
Bibliographic source:
In: Pharmacy/Thermomechanics/Elastomers/Telechelics. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, p 103-127

Materials and methods

Test material

Constituent 1
Chemical structure
Reference substance name:
Carbon black
EC Number:
215-609-9
EC Name:
Carbon black
Cas Number:
1333-86-4
Molecular formula:
C
IUPAC Name:
Carbon black
Test material form:
solid: nanoform
Details on test material:
Carbon black (solid: nanoform, no surface treatment)
Carbon black (solid: nanoform surface-treated)
Reference material / nanomaterial and sample identification number
Reference
Reference substance name:
Unnamed
IUPAC name:
Carbon black
Inventory number:
InventoryMultipleMappingImpl [inventoryEntryValue=EC 215-609-9]
CAS number:
1333-86-4
Identity:
Carbon Black
Russ
Inorganic, carbon black
Identity:
Carbon black
Identity:
Furnace black
Identity:
Inorganic, carbon black
Identity:
Russ
Identifier:
IUPAC name
Identity:
Carbon
Identifier:
IUPAC name
Identity:
Carbon
Identifier:
IUPAC name
Identity:
Carbon Black
Identifier:
IUPAC name
Identity:
Carbon black
Identifier:
IUPAC name
Identity:
carbon
Identifier:
IUPAC name
Identity:
carbon black
Identifier:
IUPAC name
Identity:
carbon black
Identifier:
IUPAC name
Identity:
methane
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
1/C
Identifier:
other: Molecular formula
Identity:
C
CH4
Identifier:
other: Molecular formula
Identity:
C
Identifier:
other: Molecular formula
Identity:
C (elemental carbon)
Identifier:
other: Molecular formula
Identity:
CH4
Identifier:
other: Molecular formula
Identity:
Cx
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
InChI=1
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
InChI=1/C
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
InChI=1/CH4/h1H4
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
InChI=1S/C
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
InChI=1S/C
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
InChI=1S/C AuxInfo=1/0/N:1/rA:1C0/rB:/rC:-1.2e7,-2e7,0;
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
InChI=1S/CH4/h1H4
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
Not applicable
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
Not available
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
Not available.
Identifier:
other: Molecular formula
Identity:
Substantially elemental carbon, C
Identifier:
other: SMILES notation
Identity:
[C]
Identifier:
other: Molecular formula
Identity:
c
Identifier:
other: SMILES notation
Identity:
c
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
lnChl=C
Identifier:
other: SMILES notation
Identity:
no data
Identifier:
other: InChl
Identity:
no data
Identifier:
other: SMILES notation
Identity:
~c-c~
Identity:
Carbon black
Molecular formula:
C
Molecular weight:
ca. 12.011
SMILES notation:
C
InChl:
1S/C
Identifier:
CAS number
Identity:
1333-86-4
Identifier:
CAS number
Identity:
7440-44-0

Results and discussion

Applicant's summary and conclusion

Conclusions:
Carbon black is one of many allotropes of carbon; it is considered to be intermediate between graphite and truly amorphous material. X-ray diffraction and Raman spectroscopy techniques can be used to determine the microstructure of materials. In particular for carbon materials these techniques are well suited for distinguishing different allotropes of carbon such as diamond, graphite and carbon black (Donnet et al. 1993; Ferrari and Robertson 2004). Sharp peaks indicate highly ordered / crystalline material whereas amorphous materials typically show very broad, ill-defined peaks.