Accession Number : AD0476247


Title :   TECHNIQUES FOR PRODUCING SUBMICRON-SIZE PLASTIC PARTICLES


Descriptive Note : Research note


Corporate Author : HELIODYNE CORP LOS ANGELES CA


Personal Author(s) : Tannenbaum, I R


Full Text : https://apps.dtic.mil/dtic/tr/fulltext/u2/476247.pdf


Report Date : Jun 1965


Pagination or Media Count : 33


Abstract : A brief review of powder technology is presented, covering aspects of interest to the SAPAG project. Included in this portion is a discussion of the methods of producing finely divided powders and the possible mechanisms involved in agglomeration. The techniques used in the production of fine powders for use in the SAPAG experiment are described and representative micrographs of powder preparations, as well as number density distributions, are presented and discussed.


Descriptors :   *PLASTICS , BALL MILLS , CONTAMINATION , CONTROLLED ATMOSPHERES , CRYOGENICS , ELECTRON MICROSCOPY , EPOXY RESINS , GLASS TEXTILES , GRAPHITE , MICROSCOPY , MOISTURE , NITROGEN , PARTICLE SIZE , PARTICLES , PHENOLIC PLASTICS , PHOTOMICROGRAPHY , REDUCTION , SENSITIVITY


Subject Categories : Refractory Fibers
      Plastics


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE