Published: Jan 1941
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During the past several years the growing industrial importance of particle size distribution and specific surface has prompted the development of numerous methods of measuring these properties. It is the object of this paper to review critically, but briefly, those methods that have been proposed and to indicate their practical application.
Schweyer, Herbert E.
Graduate Student, Columbia University, New YorkN. Y.,
Work, Lincoln T.
Director of Research and Development, Metal and Thermit Corp., Carteret, N. J.