Plasmas Processes Applied on Metals and Alloys
Chen, Jian-Zhang (editor)
Chang, Shih-Hang (editor)
This book focuses on recent advances in plasma technology and its application to metals, alloys, and related materials. Surface modifications, material syntheses, cutting and surface coatings are performed using low-pressure plasma or atmospheric-pressure plasma. The contributions of this book include the discussion of a wide scope of plasma technologies applied to materials. Plasma is a versatile tool that can be applied in many types of material processing. New material processing applications of plasmas and new plasma technologies are being developed rapidly. We hope that this book can contribute new knowledge to the plasma material research society.
Keywordscathodic plasma electrolysis deposition; Al2O3 coating; oxidation; solution surface tension; nitrogen plasma; Ga droplet; GaN nanodot; transmission electron microscopy; wurtzite; Zinc-blende; plasma cutting; cut heat affected zone; mini-tensile test; steel plate; residual stress; atmospheric pressure plasma jet; platinum; tin oxide; dye-sensitized solar cells; chloroplatinic acid; tin chloride; self-lubricating; composite coating; titanium; plasma electrolytic oxidation (PEO); polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE); plasma nitriding; atmospheric-pressure plasma; nitrogen dose amount; hydrogen fraction; void; Ti6Al4V lattice structure; Ag-doped TiO2 anatase; spark plasma sintering; selective laser melting; additive manufacturing; antibacterial and photoactivity applications; aluminum; surface; plasma; nitrogen; postdischarge; atmospheric pressure; wettability; organic-inorganic halide perovskite; air plasma; plasma treatment; optoelectronic properties; morphology; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues