This article discusses the patterns of deagglomeration of aluminum oxyhydroxide nanosheets upon electrohydraulic discharge. The dispersion efficiency by electrohydraulic discharge is higher than that of ultrasound impact. The highest influence on destruction efficiency is exerted by the time of energy release, which determines the intensity of cavitation processes in water. No disintegration of initial nanostructures is observed under the selected parameters of electric pulses.
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- Materials Science(all)