A parametrization algorithm to determine chord-length distributions (CLD) from small-angle scattering data is used to characterize details of the pore structure, pore size, and morphology of porous carbonmaterials. This approach is applied to various carbon processing procedures, such as steam activation, tempering, and contacting with polymer binders. It is found that this CLD method reveals, compared to previous small angle x-ray scattering evaluation approaches, fine changes in the pore structure and morphology of porous carbons with higher accuracy and physical significance.
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