Application of Correction Line in Floated Particle Size Distribution Measurement Using the Buoyancy Weighing-Pan Method
This study demonstrates that the buoyancy weighing-pan method is suitable for measuring the particle-size distribution of floating particle after correction line is applied to the obtained results. After the correction line is applied to the buoyancy weighing-pan method results, then these results agree with the laser diffraction/scattering method.
KeywordsApparent Mass Dispersion Liquid Sodium Hexametaphosphate Size Distribution Measurement Correction Line
The authors would like to thank K. Nakano and R. Tambun for their experimental assistance.
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