Milling Technique An Overview Sciencedirect Topics
A variety of ball milling techniques e.g., vibratory, rotary, planetary, shaker, and tumble have been used to produce submicron-sized particles. Typically, large reactant powder particles 50 m are introduced in a sealed vial with hardened steel- or WC-coated balls. Ball milling is performed by shaking and violent agitation Fig. 3.1. The vial is filled with gas often inert.