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The Journal of Particle Science & Technology is an international, open access, peer review and interdisciplinary publication. This journal appears four times a year and covers all aspects at the forefront of original fundamental and applied research as well as review in the science and technology related to particles and particular systems in size scales from nanometers to millimeters, including particle synthesis and characterization, powder technology and applications, particle modification, size reduction and size enlargement, particle properties (biological, electrical, optical,…), particle crystallization, particle process control in chemicals, catalysts, nanopowders, and powdered metals, metal oxides, pharmaceuticals, foods, ceramics, minerals, polymers, pigments, fibers, aerosols, and colloids. Moreover, manuscript submission and publication processing of accepted manuscripts are free of charge


The Journal of Particle Science & Technology (JPST) publication authorization is certified by the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance; No.93/1297; 15 April 2014. JPST Journal has been approved to be indexed in Ministry of Science, Research and Technology as Scientific Publication; No. 3/18/240558; 1 February 2016.


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Current Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1, May 2022, Pages 1-100 

The effect of nanoclay on the creation of clusters of polyamide 6 microfibrils

Pages 25-37


Roya Mashayekhi; Morteza Ehsani; Shervin Ahmadi; Ramin Khajavi; Hossein Ali Khonakdar

The effect of nanoclay on the creation of clusters of polyamide 6 microfibrils

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