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A. Krella

References Brennen Ch.E., Cavitation and bubble dynamics, The Oxford Engineering Science Series 44, Oxford University Press (1995). Bourne N. K., On the collapse of cavities, Shock Waves 11 (2002) 447-455. Momber A. W., Cavitation damage to geomaterials in a flowing system, Journal of Materials Science 38 (2003) 747 - 757. Krella A., Czyżniewski A., Cavitation erosion resistance of nanocrystalline TiN coating deposited on stainless steel, Wear 265 (2008

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Alicja Krella

References Brennen Ch.E., Cavitation and bubble dynamics, The Oxford Engineering Science Series 44, Oxford University Press (1995). Knapp R. T., Resent Investigations of cavitation and cavitation damage, Trans. ASME 77 (1955) 1045-1054. Philipp A., Lauterborn W., Cavitation erosion by single laser-produced bubbles, J. Fluid Mech. 361 (1998) 75-116. Bourne N. K., On the collapse of cavities, Shock Waves 11 (2002) 447-455. Tabor D

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B. Yilmaz, E. T. Irmak, Y. Turhan, S. Doğan, M. Doğan and O. Turhan

., Liu, C., Teppen, B. J. (2018) Mechanism responsible for intercalation of dimethyl sulfoxide in kaolinite: Molecular dynamics simulations. Applied Clay Science, 151, 46-53. 23. Mehdi, K., Bendenia, S., Lecomte-Nana, G. L., Batonneau-Gener, I., Rossignol, F., Marouf-Khelifa, K., Khelifa, A. (2018) A new approach about the intercalation of hexadecyltrimethylammonium into halloysite: preparation, characterization, and mechanism. Chemical Papers, 73, 131-139. 24. Elbokl, T.A., Detellier, C. (2008). Intercalation of cyclic imides in kaolinite. Journal of

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Krzysztof Zdunek, Lukasz Skowroński, Rafal Chodun, Katarzyna Nowakowska-Langier, Andrzej Grabowski, Wojciech Wachowiak, Sebastian Okrasa, Agnieszka Wachowiak, Olaf Strauss, Andrzej Wronkowski and Piotr Domanowski

1 Introduction In 2010, Zdunek et al. [1] proposed a new variant of plasma surface engineering process, namely a control of the plasma process through the use of pulsed, periodically variable concentration of working gas in the range of threshold values of about of 10⁻ ³ to 10⁻¹ Pa. The idea of the process is as follows [2] : while the electrodes are permanently polarized, the discharge (for example the glow discharge in case of magnetron sputtering) could be cyclically initiated and then vanished accordingly with the pressure pulses with a given