An environmentally friendly in situ plasma and anodization method to produce titanium dioxide nanotubes
An environmental friendly route to synthesize titanium dioxide nanotube powder is developed using a semi-batch reactor set-up that combines both anodization and the plasma treatment of water. A constant supply of the reactive plasma species, such as nitrate and hydrogen peroxide, in the semi-batch reactor facilitates the formation of titanium dioxide nanotubes during the anodization of titanium. The results are compared against a conventional batch reactor set-up that uses the same...[Show more]
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