During scientific experiment design and analysis it is common to need to know the number of spheres per gram of dry material.? We have put together the table below to help speed up the process.
If you have material of a density different from those listed in the table, divide the number of spheres per gram in the density ~1.0 g/cc column by the true particle density of your material to get an estimate of the number of spheres per gram.
Density ~1.0 (g/cc)
|Soda Lime Glass
Density ~2.5 (g/cc)
|Lower (um)||Upper (um)||Spheres per Gram||Spheres Per Gram|
Note: This table assumes the mean diameter is half way between the upper and lower size.
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