The solution precursor plasma Spray processing of nanomaterials
Abbreviated Journal Title
THERMAL BARRIER COATINGS; PARTIALLY-STABILIZED ZIRCONIA; DEPOSITION; MECHANISMS; CONDUCTIVITY; DURABILITY; MICROSTRUCTURES; OXIDATION; DROPLETS; SYSTEM; PHASE; Materials Science, Multidisciplinary; Metallurgy & Metallurgical; Engineering; Mineralogy; Mining & Mineral Processing
Solution precursor plasma spray (SPPS) synthesis is a simple, single-step, and rapid technique for synthesizing nano-ceramic materials from solution precursors. This innovative method uses molecularly mixed precursors as liquids, avoiding a separate processing method for the preparation of powders and enabling the synthesis of a wide range of metal oxide powders and coatings. Also, this technique is considered to be promising for the formation of non-equilibrium phases in multi-component oxide systems. This short review provides an insight into the important aspects of SPPS, the properties obtained in comparison to conventional plasma spray, and the potential applications of the SPPS process.
"The solution precursor plasma Spray processing of nanomaterials" (2007). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 6895.