Influence exerted by the main technological parameters in the process in which nano- and microparticles of molybdenum disulfide are formed by the aerosol chemical vapor deposition method from a gas phase containing aerosol particles of (NH4)2MoS4‒C3H7NO solutions on the dimension characteristics, structure, and composition of the products being formed was studied. It was shown that the shape, size, and structure of the particles being formed are determined by the processes occurring in the first, streamwise, reactor zone. The temperature of this zone is the most important technological parameter. The concentration of ammonium thiomolybdate in solution makes it possible to gradually vary the size of disulfide particles in a wide range (from tens of nanometers to micrometers). In the conditions under study, the technological conditions have no effect on the chemical composition of the products being synthesized, which is always described by the formula MoS2. The results obtained can be used in development of industrial apparatus and technology for synthesis of molybdenum disulfide nano- and microparticles to be used as the antifriction component of lubricating materials.
Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 9, 2017
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