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Surface Modification of Calcium Carbonate for Polymer Composites

  • Takuo Nakatsuka
Part of the Polymer Science and Technology book series (PST)

Abstract

Ground calcium carbonate is one of the oldest manufactured powders. It is reported that British whiting was produced at Brandon in Suffolk, England in the pre-Roman era [1]. Thereafter, it has been prepared by dry- or wet-grinding methods. Developments in grinding and classifying techniques have enabled us to obtain commercially dry-ground ultrafine grade calcium carbonate having average particle diameter as small as 0.5 ~ 0.7 μm [2].

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  • Takuo Nakatsuka
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  1. 1.Industrial Technology Center of Okayama PrefectureOkayama 700Japan

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