Surface Modification of Ultrafine Ceramic Powders by Low Temperature Plasma Polymerization

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 264-268)

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Hasan Mandal and Lütfi Öveçoglu

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Y. Luting et al., "Surface Modification of Ultrafine Ceramic Powders by Low Temperature Plasma Polymerization ", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 264-268, pp. 109-112, 2004

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[5] [10] [15] [20] [25] [30] [35] [40] [45] [50] [55] [60] Reflectance (arb. unit) Wavenumber / cm -1 as-received ZrO2 ST plasma treated ZrO2 ethylene plasma treated ZrO2 MMA plasma treated ZrO2 2960 2880 2360 2240 1660 1580 1460 1380 Figure 5. DRIFT spectrum of as-received ZrO2 and organic monomers plasma treated ZrO2 powders.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1360/02tb9061

100 200 300 400 500 0. 022 0. 024 0. 026 0. 028 0. 030 0. 032 Viscosity /Pa. s-1 Shear rate / s -1 ethylene plasma treated ZrO2 powders styrene plasma treated ZrO2 powders as-received ZrO2 powders Figure 6. The viscosity of three systems (1g powder / 30g paraffine).