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Old   June 25, 2003, 00:34
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shirley
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I injected steel particles into a 2D pipe with orifice plate in the middle. I can't track 10nm particles because all of them have been evaporated after injection. But particles larger than 100nm can be tracked. The temperture along the pipe is not higher than 298K. What's going on? Could someone help me to explain this. Thank you very much!
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