Fine Grinding of Carbon Black
Abstract:Producing fine particle size and narrow particle size distributions in aqueous organic pigment dispersions is a significant challenge. Therefore, optimum utilization of both bead milling and chemical technologies is necessary to most efficiently achieve stable dispersions with the target particle size characteristics. This paper describes the effects of bead mill size and dispersant chemistry on particle size reduction for difficult-to-disperse carbon black pigment.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2003
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