Properties of nanodiamonds of industrial detonation synthesis
- 1 Biysk Technological Institute of Altai State Technical University named after I.I. Polzunov, Biysk city
- 2 SC Federal Research and Production Center “Altai” Biysk city
- 3 CLL RPE "SIDAL", Kachkanar city
Detonation synthesis nanodiamonds have been widely used in modern science and technology. Such kind of nanodiamonds can be obtained either from the carbon explosive molecule (DND) or from a mixture of explosives with the addition of graphite or soot (DALAN). Possessing nanoscale and high surface energy, diamonds have a structural and dispersion-strengthening effect being in contact with any materials. In many ways, the applications of nanodiamonds are determined by their dispersion, reactivity, and aggregative state in various environments. The given scientific research investigated the properties of industrial DND and DALAN produced by JSC RPE “SIDAL”, being one of the leading manufacturers in Russia. There were estimated the following properties: crystallites sizes; elemental composition; thermal stability; specific surface area; unit sizes.
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