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DATE

2007-09-22

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M. Senna

ABSTRACT

An overview is given on the application of mechanical activation to various fields of solid state processes. Opposite to the historical development, emphasis is laid to give mechanical energy as sparingly as possible to the point where mechanical stressing is indispensable. Case studies were demonstrated in three different genres, i.e., organic synthesis, electroceramics and utilization of mineral resources. More... »

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107-113

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