Methods of determining suspension fractional composition
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A set of properties determines the working lives of ceramic components under various conditions. The most important properties that various ceramics should have are microstructure, porosity, permeability, mechanical strength, and many others. Various properties can be influenced by the correct choice of grain size in the powder. Out of the methods of determining particle size in initial molded materials, the most reliable results are provided by the laser analyzer, which working automatically can determine the entire spectrum of particles from nanodimensions to millimeter sizes in a short time.
Keywordssuspension grain size grinding size sedimentation analysis
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