In this paper, we report on the fabrication of Mo-oxide nanostructures and nanoarchitectures using an atmospheric-microplasma (AMP) system. This AMP system shows a high degree of flexibility and is capable of producing several different nanostructures and nanoarchitectures by varying the process parameters. The low-cost and simplicity of the process are important characteristics for nanomanufacturing, and AMPs offer such advantages. In addition, AMPs have shown the ability of promoting self-organization of nanostructures.

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