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Increase of impurity during fine grinding

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_Recently, sub-micron powder has become of general interest in many fields of industry, especially in the production of the high-performance ceramics. From this background, ultra-fine grinding operations have become attractive for preparation of the starting powder for sintering. The fine powder produced by grinding might be contaminated by the wear of grinding media and mill container. This contamination problem is unavoidable for grinding in the sub-micron region. In this presentation, the contamination of powder during ultra-fine grinding is reviewed from papers based on experiments of preparing ceramics powder.

Affiliations: 1: Government Industrial Research Institute Nagoya, Hirate-cho, Kita-ku, Nagoya 462, Japan


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