The products of mechanosynthesis in the systems “superstoichiometric fluorocarbon nanomaterial CF1.2–thermally expanded graphite” are studied using X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and low-temperature nitrogen adsorption to identify texture characteristics. A correlation is revealed between the conductivity of the composites and functional composition of their surface layers. The obtained results are explained by the fact that mechanosynthesis products contain mesoporous carbon-fluorocarbon nanocomposites consisting of micro- and nanoparticles CF1+x coated by an outer nanolayer sp2-C–sp3-C–F.
- superstoichiometric fluorocarbon material
- thermally expanded graphite
- X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy