Powder Technology and Multiphase Systems: Gas Permeametry and Surface Area Measurement
Describes an original attempt to design an improved apparatus for the measurement of the surface area of powders. Written primarily for those with limited experience in instrument design and analysis, the book provides a methodological description of gas permeatry and instrument design.
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Air permeability techniques for determination of surface areas
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