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by K.L. Mittal

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K.L. Mittal
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Springer; 1990 edition (March 31, 1991)
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This book chronicles the proceedings of the Second Symposium on Particles in Gases and Liquids: Detection . Operator-Generated Particles: Characterization, Monitoring and Control.

This book chronicles the proceedings of the Second Symposium on Particles in Gases and Liquids: Detection, Characterization and Control held as a part of the 20th Annual Fine Particle Society meeting in Boston, August 21-25, 1989.

The concern about particles in gases and liquids has been there for qu. e some time in the microelectronics . The printed program comprised a total of 28 papers dealing with variegated aspects of particles in gases and liquids. e some time in the microelectronics arena, but there are other areas also where particles are of significant concern, . in operation theatres in hospitals, food and beverage industry, and pharmaceutical manufacturing. This symposium basically had the same objectives as its predecessors, but to provide an update on the R&D activity taking place in the arena of particle detection, characterization and control. The printed program comprised a total of 28 papers dealing with variegated aspects of particles in gases and.

This book documents the proceedings of the Symposium on Particles in Fluids: Detection, Characterization and Control held as a part of the 18th Fine Particle Society meeting in Boston, August 3-7, 1987. This was the Premier symposium on this topic and the response was so good that we have decided to organize it on a biennial basis and the second symposium will be held under the rubric Particles in Gases and Liquids: Detection, Characterization and Control at the 20th Fine Particle Society meeting in Boston, August 22-26, 1989.

The magnetic behaviour of fluid suspensions of aggregating magnetic particles, in particular of a chromium dioxide magnetic tape lacquer, is studied in dc and ac magnetic fields

The magnetic behaviour of fluid suspensions of aggregating magnetic particles, in particular of a chromium dioxide magnetic tape lacquer, is studied in dc and ac magnetic fields. The simultaneous application of shear is found to lead to a much more lucid, reproducible behavior. A dynamic network model is proposed, in which chains that are broken by the shear are oriented by the magnetic field. This model fits both the magnetical and the rheological observations.

Gases, liquids and solids are all made up of atoms, molecules, and/or ions, but the behaviors of these particles differ in the three phases. The following figure illustrates the microscopic differences. Microscopic view of a gas. Microscopic view of a liquid. Microscopic view of a solid. Note that: Particles in a: gas are well separated with no regular arrangement. liquid are close together with no regular arrangement. solid are tightly packed, usually in a regular pattern. Particles in a: gas vibrate and move freely at high speeds. liquid vibrate, move about, and slide past each other.

Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Particles in Gases and Liquids: Detection, Characterization, and Control, held at the Twentieth Annual Meeting of the Fine Particle Society, August 21-25, 1989, in Boston, Massachusetts"-T.

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Gaseous ionization detectors are radiation detection instruments used in particle physics to detect the presence of ionizing particles, and in radiation protection applications to measure ionizing radiation. They use the ionising effect of radiation upon a gas-filled sensor. If a particle has enough energy to ionize a gas atom or molecule, the resulting electrons and ions cause a current flow which can be measured.

The predominance in their use as a tool for characterizing cleanrooms and other lled areas is the reason for their inclusion in this section on particles in air. Keep in mind, in the discussion that follows, that they are also useful for counting particles in liquids.

This book chronicles the proceedings of the Second Symposium on Particles in Gases and Liquids: Detection, Characterization and Control held as a part of the 20th Annual Fine Particle Society meeting in Boston, August 21-25, 1989. As this second symposium was as successful as the prior one, so we have decided to hold symposia on this topic on a regular (biennial) basis and the third symposium in this series is scheduled to be held at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Fine Particle Society in San Jose, California, July 29-August 2, 1991. l As pointed out in the Preface to the prior volume in this series that recently there has been tremendous concern about yield losses due to unwanted particles, and these unwelcome particles can originate from a legion of sources, including process gases and liquids. Also all signals indicate that in the future manufacture of sophisticated and sensitive microelectronic components (with shrinking dimensions) and other precision parts, the need for detection, characterization, analysis and control of smaller and smaller particles will be more intensified.