Effect of Particle Optical Properties on Size Distribution of Soils Obtained by Laser Diffraction

@inproceedings{zer2010EffectOP,
  title={Effect of Particle Optical Properties on Size Distribution of Soils Obtained by Laser Diffraction},
  author={Mustafa {\"O}zer and Mehmet Orhan and NIHAT S. IŞIK},
  year={2010}
}
Particle size distribution (PSD) is essential information for those in the fields of engineering and environmental geosciences, sedimentology, and pedology. The PSD can be determined by conventional sieve, hydrometer, and pipette methods. However, since the 1980s, the PSD of soils has also been determined via the laser diffraction method, which is more reliable and faster and which can be used repeatedly. With this method there are two optical theories commonly used for the determination of PSD… CONTINUE READING

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Minerals Refractive Indices ( RIs ) Malvern ( 1993 ) ISO 13320 - 1 ( 1999 ) CRC Press ( 2008 ) Albit ( feldspar ) 1.527–1.538 — 1.527–1.538 Andezin ( feldspar ) 1.544–1.563 — 1.550–1.557 Anortite ( feldspar ) 1.577–1.590 — 1.577–1.590 Apatite — 1.63–1.67 1.645–1.648 Biotite ( mica ) 1.565–1.696 — 1.595–1.651 Brucite — 1.56–1.60 1.575–1.590 Calcite
163–173 163 present this method is applied to many products , such as abrasives , ceramics , cement , sand , clay , foods , pharmaceuticals , cosmetics , emulsions , and sprays , and to many processes , including grinding , comminution , classification , crystallization , filtration , and polymerization ( Ma et al . , 2000 ) .
163–173 163 present this method is applied to many products , such as abrasives , ceramics , cement , sand , clay , foods , pharmaceuticals , cosmetics , emulsions , and sprays , and to many processes , including grinding , comminution , classification , crystallization , filtration , and polymerization ( Ma et al . , 2000 ) .
163–173 As for the Mie theory , it is a solution for Maxwell ’s electromagnetic field equations ( i.e. , a set of four fundamental equations governing the behavior of electric and magnetic fields ) describing propagation of the electromagnetic wave of light in space ( Eshel et al . ,
163–173 As for the Mie theory , it is a solution for Maxwell ’s electromagnetic field equations ( i.e. , a set of four fundamental equations governing the behavior of electric and magnetic fields ) describing propagation of the electromagnetic wave of light in space ( Eshel et al . ,
163–173 As for the Mie theory , it is a solution for Maxwell ’s electromagnetic field equations ( i.e. , a set of four fundamental equations governing the behavior of electric and magnetic fields ) describing propagation of the electromagnetic wave of light in space ( Eshel et al . ,
163–173 As for the Mie theory , it is a solution for Maxwell ’s electromagnetic field equations ( i.e. , a set of four fundamental equations governing the behavior of electric and magnetic fields ) describing propagation of the electromagnetic wave of light in space ( Eshel et al . ,
163–173 As for the Mie theory , it is a solution for Maxwell ’s electromagnetic field equations ( i.e. , a set of four fundamental equations governing the behavior of electric and magnetic fields ) describing propagation of the electromagnetic wave of light in space ( Eshel et al . ,
163–173 As for the Mie theory , it is a solution for Maxwell ’s electromagnetic field equations ( i.e. , a set of four fundamental equations governing the behavior of electric and magnetic fields ) describing propagation of the electromagnetic wave of light in space ( Eshel et al . ,
For dispersion of the soil samples , Calgon ( sodium hexametaphosphate ) solution prepared according to ASTM D 422 ( 1998 ) was used .
For dispersion of the soil samples , Calgon ( sodium hexametaphosphate ) solution prepared according to ASTM D 422 ( 1998 ) was used .
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