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How to achieve a uniform mix of HETEROGENEOUS compounds?
« on: September 05, 2017, 12:49:23 PM »

I have liquid PMMA and a solid powder. I want to disperse the powder particles in the PMMA uniformly into a solid block. So while the PMMA is still in liquid form, I pour in the powder and wait a couple of days for the mixture to air cure. The problem is, the powder particles are settling down to the bottom of the beaker. I stir it for a while, but can't keep stirring it for 2 days because I also need it to cure into a solid block. How do I get a uniform dispersion of this powder into the liquid so it cures with the powder uniformly spread throughout the solidified PMMA?   ???

Any help is super appreciated!!  :o
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