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A higher energy would means higher temperature in the flame and increase melting, thus producing finer boron carbide powders. Powders were collected from Chamber 1, 2 and 3 with reduced particle Solid State Phenomena Vol. 136 size. Submicron sized spherical boron carbide particles together with nanoparticles were achieved in chamber 3 at the plasma energy of 21 kW. Decomposition and oxidation of boron carbide was also detected by XRD studies. The powder can be purified by washing with water and heat treatment.
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033mol/L and the stoichiometric molar ratio of CoCl2·6H2O, SbCl3 and NaBH4 were kept constant at 1:3:11. 62 Fig. 2 shows the TEM image of sample 4 whose particle size is below 100nm. It should be noted that the level of concentration of reactants and the duration of the thermal treatments in this study did not coarsen or change the nanostructure of the samples significantly. 60 Advanced Structural and Functional Materials for Protection 100nm Fig. 2: TEM image of the as-synthesized nanosized powders obtained from sample 4.