What is a Particle

By Bernie Zerfas

Particles Monitoring Measurements

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A particle in water is often considered to be a minute portion or fragment of something else, for example, a grain of sand that came from a rock. A particle can also be a stand-alone entity itself, such as a large polymer molecule that was formed by joining smaller molecules together; polymeric silica would be an example.

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