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Nanofluids with plasma treated diamond nanoparticles
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10.1063/1.2894520
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FIG. 1.

The effects of ratio used for plasma treatment on thermal conductivity of the resulted nanofluids with addition of plasma treated and untreated diamond nanoparticles into water. The thermal conductivities were measured with settling time and . Plasma treatment conditions were pressure, rf power, and treatment time.

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The settling time dependence of thermal conductivity of the nanofluids prepared using addition of untreated and plasma treated diamond nanoparticle in water. Plasma treatment conditions were pressure, rf power, treatment time, and 1:1 ratio of .

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Temperature dependence of the effective thermal conductivities of nanofluids prepared with addition of plasma treated and untreated diamond nanofluid in water. Plasma treatment conditions were pressure, rf power, treatment time, and 1:1 ratio of .

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FIG. 4.

Settling time dependence of the density of the nanofluid prepared with addition of plasma treated and untreated diamond nanoparticles in water. Plasma treatment conditions were pressure, rf power, treatment time, and 1:1 ratio of .

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FIG. 5.

Viscosity of the base fluid of water and the nanofluids prepared with addition of untreated and plasma treated diamond nanoparticles for different duration times. Plasma treatment conditions were pressure, rf power, and 1:1 ratio of .

Tables

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Table I.

The contact angle and its surface energy of untreated and plasma treated (, , rf power) diamond nanoparticles. Surface energy of each solvent is , , . and are the surface energies contributed from electron acceptors and the electron donors, respectively. represents Lifshitz–van der Waals interaction and represents Lewis acid-base interaction.

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Scitation: Nanofluids with plasma treated diamond nanoparticles
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/92/10/10.1063/1.2894520
10.1063/1.2894520
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