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It can be observed that the overall particles size has decreased from chamber 1 to 3. The size of the particles collected from chamber 1 and 2 was found independent of the plasma energy, while in chamber 3 a clear trend of reduced particle size with the increase in plasma energy was observed. The agglomerates or ‘fluffy’ particles are also studied by TEM. Figure 8 shows the agglomerates. A core of spherical boron carbide was formed by a melt particle. The particle is about 500 nm in diameter. There are lot of nano particles surrounded the core.
60 Advanced Structural and Functional Materials for Protection 100nm Fig. 2: TEM image of the as-synthesized nanosized powders obtained from sample 4. The results of the effects of the concentration of the reactants on the yields of the different phases are summarized in Table 2. All the reactions were kept at kept at 240°C for 72hours. According to quantitative analysis results, it is observed that CoSb3 is the major phase formed in the final products accompanied with Sb and CoSb2. Table 2: Effects of concentration of reactants on the yield of the different phases in the final products.