Powder

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<font color="blue">Poudre</font> (<i>Fr)
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<font color="orange">مسحوق</font> (''Ar''); <font color="blue">Poudre</font> (''Fr''); <font color="red">Pulver</font> (''Ge''); <font color="black">Polvere</font> (''It''); <font color="purple">粉末</font> (''Ja''); <font color="green">Polvo</font> (''Sp'').
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A powder is defined in EN-1330-11 (2007) as a 'large number of crystallites and/or particles (''i.e.'' grains, agglomerates or aggregates; crystalline or non-crystalline) irrespective of any adhesion between them' and thus can be a loose powder (in the sense of common language), a solid block, a thin film or even a liquid. An ideal powder is represented by a virtually unlimited number of sufficiently sized, randomly oriented and spherical crystallites.
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A '''powder''' is defined in EN-1330-11 (2007) as a ''large number of crystallites and/or particles'' (''i''.''e''. grains, agglomerates or aggregates; crystalline or non-crystalline) ''irrespective of any adhesion between them'' and thus can be a loose powder (in the sense of common language), a solid block, a thin film or even a liquid. An ideal powder is represented by a virtually unlimited number of sufficiently sized, randomly oriented and spherical crystallites.

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مسحوق (Ar); Poudre (Fr); Pulver (Ge); Polvere (It); 粉末 (Ja); Polvo (Sp).


A powder is defined in EN-1330-11 (2007) as a large number of crystallites and/or particles (i.e. grains, agglomerates or aggregates; crystalline or non-crystalline) irrespective of any adhesion between them and thus can be a loose powder (in the sense of common language), a solid block, a thin film or even a liquid. An ideal powder is represented by a virtually unlimited number of sufficiently sized, randomly oriented and spherical crystallites.