Features of powder-material grain-size analysis methods
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The grain-size composition of silicon powder has been determined by optical microscopy, laser diffraction, photosedimentation, and differential high-velocity sedimentation. The results from the various methods are compared in regions of intersection of their ranges, and the advantages of each of the four methods are identified.
Keywordsgrain-size analysis silicon powder particle morphology mechanoactivation
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