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Arc discharge with resistively heated electrodes for synthesis of nanomaterials

Plasma-based method for synthesis of poorly conductive and non-conductive nanomaterials, including, but not limited to boron nitride, with self-cleaning and self-heating electrodes to sustain stable, reliable and high yield production process at lower cost of the setup.

No.: 
M-931

U.S. Department of Energy
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