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Ian Wilson
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The dried leaves of E. camaldulensis were ground in the Moulinex robot blender mill supplied with a sieve drilled with 1 mm trapezoid holes. The analytical method used by Nguimbou et al. [26] was applied for the analysis of particle size distribution of the obtained powder. The measurement was carried out using laser by Mastersizer 3000 (Malvern Instruments, Orsay, France) supplied with the Aero S wet dispersion unit. The chosen size estimator was the particle size in volume and classical granulometric parameters were determined: D10, D50 and D90 (where Dx means that x% of the volume of particles has a diameter inferior to Dx). The span, a common parameter related to the width of particle size distribution was calculated as follows:

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Table 1 presents the particle size characteristics of the mother powder of E. camaldulensis leaves studied. Particle size distribution of the mother powder of E. camaldulensis leaves was polymodal with a volume of fine particles around 34 µm (D10), a median volume of particles around 195 µm (D50) and a volume of large particles around 735 µm (D90). The major volume of E. camaldulensis mother powder corresponded to large particles, whereas fine particles were less numerous (10% of a total volume of the powder). The low span value of 2.3 reflects a low dispersion of the mother powder and confirmed the correct running of the grinding process. Indeed, a dispersion is said to be wide if its span is greater than 3 [22]. 041b061a72


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