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EC number: 700-869-2
CAS number: -
The particle size distribution obtained for sieving sampleCarboNeXTis
showed in Table 1.
The%, cumulativecolumn, contains for each fraction obtained
the percentage in weight of the same fraction and of those of the lower
Particle size distribution ofCarboNeXTsample
SIEVE OPENING, mm
%, in weight
5,0 ÷ 4,0
4,0 ÷ 2,8
2,8 ÷ 2,0
Particle size analyzer:
Tests were conducted dispersing the fraction in the air with
particle size lower than 2.0 mm of theCarboNeXTsample using the
specific sampling unit called SCIROCCO 2000.
The results of the determination on the fraction with particle
size lower than 2.0 mm are shown in Fig. 2.
The figure shows the average
voluminal diameter as well as that for which the accumulative particle
size distribution assumes a respective value of 90%, 50% and 10% in
addition to the differential distribution for each fraction and the
corresponding graph as well as the measurement parameters and the
indications of the powder sample and the operator.
In Table 2, the average
voluminal diameter is found as well as that for which the accumulative
particle size assumes a respective value of 90%, 50% and 10%.
Characteristic diameters of the particle size distribution
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