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Particle size measurement of standard reference particle candidates with improved size measurement devices

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In order to prepare standard reference particles, experimental and theoretical studies have been conducted on particle size measurement of two kinds of spherical glass beads. The sheath flow-type electrical sensing zone method and the revised sedimentation balance method were used for the measurement. The data were compared with those obtained by the microscopic method with a sample size greater than 10 000. The particle size distributions obtained by use of the sheath flow-type electrical sensing zone method and microscopic method are nearly equal for the two kinds of glass beads. However, deviations of less than 5% were observed between the improved sedimentation balance and microscopic methods. The experimental data of the microscopic method are within the 95% reliability region of the sheath flow-type electrical sensing zone method.


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