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Preparation and surface treatment of nanomaterials in plasma-liquid systems

KRČMA, F. KOZÁKOVÁ, Z.

Original Title

Preparation and surface treatment of nanomaterials in plasma-liquid systems

English Title

Preparation and surface treatment of nanomaterials in plasma-liquid systems

Type

book chapter

Language

en

Original Abstract

This review paper deals with plasmas-liquid methods for preparation and surface treatment of nanomaterials. Nanoparticles can be formed using DC or AC discharges operating directly in the liquid or using discharges in gaseous phase in contact with liquids. A special attention is given also to discharges created in liquid by pulsed laser irradiation. Nanoparticles can be formed from inorganic salt water solution as a precursor or from bulk material which can be dissolved/evaporated directly by plasma. Organic solutions can be used for the carbon based nanostructures creation, too. The surface treatment of already existing nanomaterials by the discharges generated directly in the liquid phase can lead to their anti-agglomeration properties. Nanoparticles prepared/treated under various operational conditions can be commonly characterized by ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis), scanning (SEM) or transmission (TEM) electron microscopies, dynamic laser light scattering (DLSC), etc. Prepared nanoparticles can be used in various applications like material engineering, biomedicine and other advanced technologies.

English abstract

This review paper deals with plasmas-liquid methods for preparation and surface treatment of nanomaterials. Nanoparticles can be formed using DC or AC discharges operating directly in the liquid or using discharges in gaseous phase in contact with liquids. A special attention is given also to discharges created in liquid by pulsed laser irradiation. Nanoparticles can be formed from inorganic salt water solution as a precursor or from bulk material which can be dissolved/evaporated directly by plasma. Organic solutions can be used for the carbon based nanostructures creation, too. The surface treatment of already existing nanomaterials by the discharges generated directly in the liquid phase can lead to their anti-agglomeration properties. Nanoparticles prepared/treated under various operational conditions can be commonly characterized by ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis), scanning (SEM) or transmission (TEM) electron microscopies, dynamic laser light scattering (DLSC), etc. Prepared nanoparticles can be used in various applications like material engineering, biomedicine and other advanced technologies.

Keywords

Plasma-liquid systems, discharge with liquid, nanoparticles formation, nanomaterial surface treatment, antiagglomeration

Released

01.11.2019

Publisher

Torus Press

Location

Moskva

ISBN

978-5-94588-246-1

Book

Nonequilibrium processes. Vol. 1 Kinetics and plasmas

Pages from

1

Pages to

14

Pages count

14

BibTex


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  author="František {Krčma} and Zdenka {Kozáková}",
  title="Preparation and surface treatment of nanomaterials in plasma-liquid systems",
  annote="This review paper deals with plasmas-liquid methods for preparation and surface treatment of nanomaterials. Nanoparticles can be formed using DC or AC discharges operating directly in the liquid or using discharges in gaseous phase in contact with liquids. A special attention is given also to discharges created in liquid by pulsed laser irradiation. Nanoparticles can be formed from inorganic salt water solution as a precursor or from bulk material which can be dissolved/evaporated directly by plasma. Organic solutions can be used for the carbon based nanostructures creation, too. The surface treatment of already existing nanomaterials by the discharges generated directly in the liquid phase can lead to their anti-agglomeration properties. Nanoparticles prepared/treated under various operational conditions can be commonly characterized by ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis), scanning (SEM) or transmission (TEM) electron microscopies, dynamic laser light scattering (DLSC), etc. Prepared nanoparticles can be used in various applications like material engineering, biomedicine and other advanced technologies.",
  address="Torus Press",
  booktitle="Nonequilibrium processes. Vol. 1 Kinetics and plasmas",
  chapter="162452",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Torus Press",
  year="2019",
  month="november",
  pages="1--14",
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  type="book chapter"
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