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Particles in the Atmosphere and S p a c e . " Reinhold Publishing C o . , New Y o r k , 1966. 22. U n d e r w o o d , a n d 23. A. , Burrill, A. , a n d Sood, S. , a n d Jackson, M. , Report N o . IIIRI-C6105-9, H T Research Institute, Chicago, 111. 60616, 50 p p . , 1969. (1964). Matijevic, A d a m , J. , a n d S e m o n i n , R. G . , a n d K e r k e r , M . , J. Colloid Sei. 2 0 , 5 0 1 24. (1965). ings of the Precipitation Scavenging M e e t i n g s " (W. G . Slinn, E d . ) . U . S. A E C , Washington, D .

Atmos. Environ. Proc. 7th White and Kassner (26). I t is p o s s i b l e t o s u m m a r i z e t h e r e s u l t s o f C, AND SCOTT, AND M A D E L A I N E , 26. W H I T E , D . R . AND K A S S N E R , J. , 7 3 , 4487-4496 (1968). Sign Preference in the Nucleation of Water 3. MADELAINE, G . , Thèse de D o c t e u r ès Sciences, V a p o r . " Fontenay-aux-Roses, Paris, 1970. Paris, 1968. Preparation in a Hydrogen—Oxygen Flame of Ultrafine Metal Oxide Particles Oxidative Properties Toward Hydrocarbons in the Presence of Ultraviolet Radiation M.

These divided materials are often generated in aerosol form, that is the solid is precipitated from a vapor phase. In many cases the diameter of particles has as great an effect upon the properties of the system, if not a greater effect, as the chemical nature of the powder. For these reasons the development of a method of preparation of very finely divided solids of controlled dimensions and texture and of different chemical nature is of interest. A flame reactor, described a few years ago by two of us (1), is a convenient tool for the elaboration of particles of metallic oxides which meet the above requirements.

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