Method for synthesizing ultrafine powder materials [electronic resource].
- Oak Ridge, Tenn. : Distributed by the Office of Scientific and Technical Information, U.S. Dept. of Energy, 1988.
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- United States. Department of Energy. Office of Scientific and Technical Information
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- A method for synthesizing ultrafine powder materials, for example, ceramic and metal powders, comprises admitting gaseous reactants from which the powder material is to be formed into a vacuum reaction chamber maintained at a pressure less than atmospheric and at a temperature less than about 400.degree. K. (127.degree.C.). The gaseous reactants are directed through a glow discharge provided in the vacuum reaction chamber to form the ultrafine powder material.
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- E 1.99:us 4769064
- Other Subject(s):
- Method Synthesizing Ultrafine Powder Materials Method Synthesizing Ultrafine Powder Materials Example Ceramic Metal Powders Comprises Admitting Gaseous Reactants Powder Material Formed Vacuum Reaction Chamber Maintained Pressure Atmospheric Temperature 400 Degree 127 Degree Gaseous Reactants Directed Glow Discharge Provided Vacuum Reaction Chamber Form Ultrafine Powder Material Metal Powders Gaseous Reactants Gaseous Reactants Gaseous Reactant Gaseous Reactant Reaction Chamber Reaction Chamber Glow Discharge Metal Powder Powder Material Powder Material Powder Material Powder Material Fine Powder Fine Powder Fine Powder Synthesizing Ultrafine Synthesizing Ultrafine Ultrafine Powder Ultrafine Powder Ultrafine Powder Chamber Maintained Powder Materials Powder Materials
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Buss, Richard J.; Ho, Pauline.
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