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Measurement of the apparent density of porous particles by a powder characteristics tester

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A new technique to determine the apparent density of porous particles has been developed. The density of coarse particles of silica gel, active carbon and a molecular sieve was determined using fine dense powders as pycnometer fluids. The apparent density of fine porous particles of adsorbents and cracking catalyst was measured by a comparative method. Both measurements require that the bulk density of particulate solids are accurately determined. Good agreement was found between the results of the new technique and those obtained by other methods. The limitations are also discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Energochemistry of Coal and Physicochemistry of Sorbents, University of Mining and Metallurgy, 30-059 Cracow, Poland


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