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Controlled Particle, Droplet and Bubble Formation by D J Wedlock

By D J Wedlock

Dr Wedlock has gathered jointly contributions from well-known experts of their box to hide so much features of "particle" formation and keep watch over prone to be encountered via the examine employee, the economic chemist, and the chemical and strategy engineer.

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9b shows the electron micrograph of fine iron particles prepared by treating an ellipsoidal haematite powder with hydrogen (Ishikawa and Matijevic, 1988a). In the latter case the original powder was treated with silica to prevent irreversible agglomeration on heating during the reduction process. In neither of the cases described could solids of the illustrated shapes be obtained by direct synthesis. , 1990). 2) that metal (basic) carbonates are readily prepared by hydrolysis of electrolyte solutions in the presence of urea.

5 mol dm:' in urea (Matijevic and Hsu, 1987). (b) Scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of CdC0 3 particles obtained by mixing 40 em' of a 10 mol dm:" urea solution (preheated before addition at 80°C for 24 h) and 40 cm 3 of a 3 2 X 10- mol dm' solution of CdCl 2 at room temperature (Janekovic and Matijevic, 1985). 11 mol dm:' thioacetamide (TAA) (Murphy- Wilhelmy and Matijevic, 1984). 3 Precipitation by mixing reactants In some, albeit a limited number, of cases it has been possible to produce monodispersed sols by direct mixing of reactant solutions with subsequent ageing, usually at somewhat elevated temperature.

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