Controlled Particle, Droplet and Bubble Formation by D J Wedlock

By D J Wedlock

Dr Wedlock has accrued jointly contributions from well-known experts of their box to hide so much features of "particle" formation and keep an eye on prone to be encountered by way of the learn employee, the economic chemist, and the chemical and procedure engineer.

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_z P a __ - -- - - --- ... 23 Meniscus formation at a liquid - vapour interface in a porous medium for the case of a wetting liquid 30 Controlled Particle, Droplet and Bubble Formation The capillary pressure reaches a maximum P R when the radius of the meniscus becomes equal to the pore radius. 27) the contact angle. 28) The capillary pressure (or tension) in the liquid is supported by the solid phase which is then under compression. This compressive stress causes the gel to contract. is reached which can resist the capillary tension PRo For gels containing very small pores the capillary tension can reach very large values, of the order of hundreds of megapascals.

Ceram. , Hsu, W. P. and Matijevic, E. (1990) Preparation and properties of uniform mixed and coated colloidal particles. V. Zirconium compounds. J. Mater. , 25, 1886-1894 Akinc, M. and Celikkaya, A. (1987) Preparation of yttria powders by emulsion precipitation. Adv. , 21, 57-67. Akinc, M. and Sordelet, D. J. (1987) Preparation of yttrium, lanthanium, cerium, and neodymium basic carbonate particles by homogeneous precipitation. Adv. Ceram. , Sordelet, D. J. and Munson, M. (1988) Formation, structure, and decomposition of lanthanide basic carbonates.

Such combinations led to monodispersed colloidal cadmium(II), nickel(II), and manganese(II) (basic) phosphates (Springsteen and Matijevic, 1989). In CoS0 4 solutions these combinations of reactants produced C0 3(P04)2, CoC0 3·H20, or Co(NH 4)P04·H20 of different morphologies, by the change in the concentrations of cobalt(II) and phosphate salts (Ishikawa and Matijevic, 1988). 3 Precipitation by the double-jet process Well-defined monodisperse particles can be rapidly generated by the controlled double-jet precipitation (CDJP).

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