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Partikel-Messtechnik

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Sensortechnik

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Kleine Partikel spielen in einer wachsenden Anzahl von Bereichen in Wissenschaft und Technik eine wichtige Rolle. Zum einen dienen sie als Ausgangsmaterial zur Herstellung vieler Produkte, wie Farbstoffen, keramischen Werkstoffen, Katalysatoren und magnetischen Speicherplatten oder -Bändern. Zudem gibt es eine steigende Zahl von Technologien, die sich kleiner Partikel bedienen, und die heute erst im Bereich der Forschung oder an der Schwelle zur industriellen Anwendung stehen.

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Schmidt-Ott, A. (2014). Partikel-Messtechnik. In: Tränkler, HR., Reindl, L. (eds) Sensortechnik. VDI-Buch. Springer Vieweg, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-29942-1_16

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