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Particle Shape Factors and Their Use in Image Analysis Part II: Practical Applications | IVT

Another example of the use of particle shape is in milling, ablation, and particle destruction. It is often important to know the mechanism by which a particle is reduced in size. For instance, when milling, a particle may fracture along large crystal faces, forming two particles, each with a lower aspect ratio. Another possibility may be for small pieces to break off the particle, eventually forming a bimodal or skewed population of fine particles and larger, rounded particles.  Similarly, particle shape may be used to determine the mechanism of particle growth. Small particles of a given...

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