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Effect of grinding aids on producing ultrafine particles

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In view of their variety of excellent properties, ultrafine particles have become a widely used type of powder material. This paper demonstrates the effect of grinding aids on the grinding of ultrafine particles by comparing particles such as Portland cement clinker, alumina, zircon and quartz produced by a vibration mill and a planet-vibration mill, respectively, and by analysis of specific surface area, particle size, X-ray diffration diagrams and surface free energy.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Inorganic Materials Science and Technology, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, PRC.


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