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CHARACTERISTICS OF PARTICLES AND PARTICLE DISPERSOIDS Equivalent Sizes Gas Dispersoids Soil: Solid: X-Rays Ultraviolet Fume Dust Spray Mist Clay Smog Rosin Smoke Fertilizer, Ground Limestone Fly Ash Oil Smokes Cement Dust Sulfuric Pulverized Coal Carbon Black Beach Sand Sulfuric Mist Paint Pigments Zinc Oxide Fume Colloidal Silica Aitken Nuclei Combustion Nuclei Pneumatic Nozzle Drops Electroformed Sieves Ultrasonics (very limited industrial application) Thermal Precipitation (used only for sampling) Lung Damaging Dust Plant Spores Insecticide Dusts Ground Talc Spray Dried Milk Alkali Fume Atmospheric Dust Red Blood Cell Diameter (Adults): 7.5 μ 0.3 μ Sea Salt Nuclei Viruses Impingers Microscope Electron Microscope Centrifuge Ultracentrifuge Nuclei Counter Electrical Conductivity Turbidimetry ++ Light Scattering ++ Machine Tools (Micrometers, Calipers, etc.) X-Ray Diffraction + Permeability + Visible to Eye Settling Chambers Centrifugal Separators Liquid Scubbers Cloth Collectors Packed Beds
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This note was uploaded on 12/31/2011 for the course CHEMISTRY 101 taught by Professor Dr.dason during the Fall '08 term at Davenport.

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