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Determination of the particle size experiment on the raw material (FAT 40863/A TE) and on the final product (trade form; FAT 40863/B TE)
The experiment performed by Siemens, was perfomed on the final
product (trade form).
The median particle size L50of the test item deduced
from the particle size distributions is 235.14 µm.
The particle size L10of the test item deduced from the
particle size distributions is 74.35 µm.
The particle size L90of the test item deduced from the
particle size distributions is 479.48 µm.
The average cumulative partition of the particle size ≤10 µm is
≤0.5 Vol %.
The mass median aerodynamic diameter MMAD is 235.14 µm.
The geometric standard deviation GSD is 2.0 µm.
The second experiment was performed on the
raw material by HARLAN on (FAT 40863/A TE)
The method used a procedure designed to be
compatible with European Commission Technical Guidance Document EUR
20268 ‘Determination of Particle Size Distribution, Fibre Length and
Diameter Distribution of chemical substances’ (2002).
Particle size data acquired for the test
item is shown in the following table:
Proportion of test item having an inhalable particle size <100 µm
Proportion of test item having a thoracic particle size <10.0 µm
Proportion of test item having a respirable particle size <5.5 µm
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