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Calibration of a fisher air-permeability apparatus for determining specific surface

Abstract

Calibrating the Fisher sub-sieve sizer at a single particle-size level does not ensure accuracy at other levels unless several variables are controlled. Instrument modification that give better control of the several variables, and a calibration method that ensures accurate air-flow measurement without depending on a particle-size standard, are described. The modified instrument has good precision over the range 2 to 40 µ. A method for extending this range is given.

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Analyst, 1966,91, 306-315
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Calibration of a fisher air-permeability apparatus for determining specific surface

I. C. Edmundson, Analyst, 1966, 91, 306
DOI: 10.1039/AN9669100306

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