Physical Properties of Dispersed Silica: A Recent Study

Tserenjav, E. and Jigmeddorj, V. and Lygdenov, B. D. and Bayaraa, U. and Magvan, U. (2021) Physical Properties of Dispersed Silica: A Recent Study. In: Advanced Aspects of Engineering Research Vol. 13. B P International, pp. 1-10. ISBN 978-93-91215-49-1

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In this paper physical properties as distribution width (Qx,%) and density (qx,%) of colloidal dispersed system were defined photon cross correlation spectroscopy (PCCS) at average size as 17.06nm for D50, % and area of specific surface as 349.96 m2/cm3 depending on molar (Rm2) optimal ratio of silica stone mineral to alkali ash powder. By X-ray diffraction analysis was determined its change of crystal structure to amorphous state. The results of their kinematic viscosity, liquid density, UV light adsorption inspection show that possibility to produce that colloidal silica by using the wetting and ultrasonic vibration method for that fusible alloy.

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