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Abstract

APPLICATION OF INERT GAS CONDENSATION

PhD. Indrit Vozga* and Academician Jorgaq Kaçani

ABSTRACT

Over the last few decades, the production of nano-size powders has been achieved using various techniques. While there are techniques such as flame pyrolysis and chemical vapor deposition, inert gas condensation is one of the simplest processes and is still being used to produce nanopowders. The inert gas condensation technique has been known to produce various ceramic and metal nanopowders such as iron oxides, gold, manganese. The process is also able to produced magnetic fluids comprised of iron and cobalt-based nanoparticles.

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