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Shlomo Leibtag

Mr. Shlomo Leibtag is a Research & Development Scientist for ISM. He is responsible for assisting with process and documentation development in multiple industrial application areas of ISM’s ultrasonic technology. Mr. Leibtag graduated from The Cooper Union with a B.S. in Chemical Engineering, majoring in Physical Chemistry. Previously, Mr. Leibtag held research positions at the Naval Research Lab, where he studied material properties of graphene via density functional theory, and Revolutionary Cooling Systems, where he examined alternative beverage cooling methodologies.

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Ultrasonic Dispersing and Wet-milling of Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3)

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 6, 2016 6:29:11 PM / by Shlomo Leibtag posted in Wet Milling and Dispersing

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Cement, and its paved derivative, concrete, is a widely-consumed material in any modern society: residential walkways, recreational parks and building construction are just some of the many uses of cement. This year, upwards of 80 million metric tons of cement will be processed in the United States alone [1].

As a building and support material, the two most important qualities of cement are its compressive strength (the capability to withstand an inward load) and its workability (the propensity of the cement paste to be deformable and fluidized). Unfortunately, these two qualities are not independent of each other. 

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