Physical Alloying of Plasma Metallization Nanocomposite Coating by Allotropic Carbon Nanostructures—Part 1: Experimental Research

@article{Vysikaylo2018PhysicalAO,
  title={Physical Alloying of Plasma Metallization Nanocomposite Coating by Allotropic Carbon Nanostructures—Part 1: Experimental Research},
  author={Philipp I. Vysikaylo and Valeriy S. Mitin and {\'E}duard E. Son and Victor Belyaev},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science},
  year={2018},
  volume={46},
  pages={1775-1780}
}
We have reviewed a possibility of hardening and modifying nanocomposite materials’ properties by creating spatial nanolayers of a space charge on the surface of nanocrystals by using nanostructures from allotropic forms of carbon with a high electron affinity. They can be used as free electrons’ traps that generate a negatively charged nanolayer of the space charge on the surface of the hardened material. This changes the physical properties of the nanostructured composite (its strength and… CONTINUE READING

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