Volume I present an important exposition of some of the most significant areas where particle characterization is applied. The technological fields include pharmaceutical materials, bulk solids, and explosions.

part I|65 pages


chapter 2|37 pages

Laser Microprobe Mass Analysis in Particle Analysis

ByRaimund Kaufmann, Paul Wieser

chapter 3|7 pages

The Analysis of Particles by Electron Microscopy and Spectroscopy

ByDavid L. Davidson

part II|166 pages

Characterization in Various Fields of Application

chapter 4|11 pages

Characterization of Pharmaceutical Particulate Materials

ByJohn A. Hersey

chapter 5|20 pages

Fractal Description of Fineparticle Systems

ByBrian H. Kaye

chapter 6|33 pages

Behavior of Bulk Solids

ByDavid L. O. Smith, Robert A. Lohnes

chapter 7|21 pages

Evaluation of Explosion and Fire Properties of Powders and Dusts*

ByK. N. Palmer

chapter 8|25 pages

Practical Aspects of Electrozone* Size Analysis

ByR. F. Karuhn, R. H. Berg

chapter 9|4 pages

Particle Size Instrumentation — Coulter® Counter

ByShepard Kinsman

chapter 10|46 pages

Fine Particle Characterization Methods in Liquid Suspensions

ByAlvin Lieberman