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Investigation of atmospheric pressure plasma surface modified zirconium dioxide nanopowder by thermal desorption spectroscopy

Authors

DUGÁČEK Ján PROKEŠ Lubomír SŤAHEL Pavel RÁHEĽ Jozef ILČÍKOVÁ Martina

Year of publication 2018
Type Article in Proceedings
Conference 16th HAKONE - High Pressure Low Temperature Plasma Chemistry Symposium
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Keywords DCSBD, thermal desorption, zirconium dioxide nanopowder
Description Zirconium dioxide nanopowder is a chemically stable, in water insolvable and non-toxic white powder material commonly used for removing dissolved materials from water and sintering into ceramics with attractive mechanical properties. Atmospheric pressure plasma was used for improve its wetting properties. To resolve created hydration state which play important role during wet process the thermal desorption spectroscopy was used as a well sensitive indicator. Thermal desorption technique is able to give us information about bonding energy of particular hydratation states according to their thermal stability.
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