After ball milling, is the powder particle size will be changed?
11-20-2012, 05:19 AM,
After ball milling, is the powder particle size will be changed?
Dear all,

I have a question. I want mix Hydroxyapatite and Carbon nano tube powder.

I want to use ball milling.

If I put zirconia ball and choose medium speed and time 12h for ball milling, is it going to change my original powder particles a lot?
11-21-2012, 11:14 PM,
RE: After ball milling, is the powder particle size will be changed?
I think that it depend of the frequencies do you use, any way, certainly you have a new powder, with unknown characteristics, whats the meaning for this operation, and what is the use, often there are powders been produced for many years and tested for a lot of years, and still are having granes distribution problems.
Best regards

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