DOI: 10.1109/plasma.2004.1339821
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K.S. Kim, J.H. Seo, J.S. Nam, W.T. Ju, K.H. Paek, S.H. Hong

Abstract: Abstract-A continuous production of carbon black and hydrogen has been investigated by thermal decomposition of methane using a prototype processing system of direct current (dc)-radio frequency (RF) hybrid thermal plasma, which has great advantage over other thermal sources like combustion or dc plasma torches in synthesizing new nanostructured materials by providing high-temperature environment and longer residence time for reactant gases due to its larger hot core region, and lower flow velocity. Appropria…

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