1 article(s) from Kousal, Jaroslav
Scheme of a gas aggregation cluster source.
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SEM images of different types of plasma polymer nanoparticles produced: a) by plasma polymerization...
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Experimental arrangements allowing estimation of plasma polymer NP charging: a) electrostatic plate...
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C 1s XPS of the NPs prepared a) by plasma polymerization of n-hexane in its mixture with Ar (total ...
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SEM images of nitrogen-containing NPs prepared a) by plasma polymerization of n-hexane in its mixtu...
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Chemical composition of nitrogen-containing NPs shown in Figure 5: a) FTIR spectra; b) the nitrogen content...
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SEM images of NPs prepared by plasma polymerization of HMDSO mixed with Ar: a) without adding oxyge...
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Chemical composition of the NPs shown in Figure 7: a) FTIR spectra b) the elemental content calculated from...
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Mean diameter of nylon-sputtered, PTFE-sputtered and HMDSO plasma polymer NPs as a function of a) t...
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SEM images of the PTFE-sputtered NPs deposited with different intensity of the magnetic field: a) 1...
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SEM images of NPs prepared by plasma polymerization of HMDSO in Ar: a) 220 nm NPs produced with 10 ...
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Scheme of synthesis of core@shell NPs by GAS: a) core@shell NPs are produced in the GAS by RF magne...
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TEM images of core@shell NPs: a) Ag@HMDSO NPs prepared in configuration of Figure 12a (total pressure 190 Pa,...
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C/H NPs prepared in GAS by plasma polymerization of n-hexane and overcoated a) with a thin film of ...
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Scheme of GLAD: a) preseeding of substrates with nylon-sputtered NPs produced by GAS; b) GLAD of ny...
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SEM images with combined top view and cross-sections of the deposits produced as a result of RF mag...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2017, 8, 2002–2014, doi:10.3762/bjnano.8.200
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