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Control of Dispersion and Particle Assembling Structures in Non-aqueous, Dense, and Multicomponent Slurries

  • Iijima Motoyuki
    Institute of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University
  • Morita Seitaro
    Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University
  • Tatami Junichi
    Institute of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University Graduate School of Environment and Information Sciences, Yokohama National University

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  • 非水・濃厚・多成分系スラリーにおける微粒子の分散と集合構造の制御
  • APT賞受賞論文シリーズ 非水・濃厚・多成分系スラリーにおける微粒子の分散と集合構造の制御
  • APTショウ ジュショウ ロンブン シリーズ ヒスイ ・ ノウコウ ・ タセイブンケイ スラリー ニ オケル ビリュウシ ノ ブンサン ト シュウゴウ コウゾウ ノ セイギョ

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<p>Our recent study on design of partial complex of polyethyleneimine and fatty acids/anionic surfactants toward dispersion stability control of non-aqueous, dense, and multicomponent slurries were reviewed. A series of polyethyleneimine complex were successfully designed by simple mixing process and found to effectively adsorb on many species of particles which lead to stability improvement of non-aqueous, dense, multicomponent slurries. A simple elaboration in the mixing orders of powders, solvents, and polyethyleneimine complex also found to compatibly realize the particle assembling and dispersion improvements. An example for applying these dispersion/particle assembling techniques to microstructure design of ceramic green parts will also introduced.</p>

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