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Many samples - due to their material characteristics - require a special preparation for the measurement. For example can static charges, adhesive or cohesive forces, magnetism and hydrophobic characteristics or coagulation complicate the dispersion and measurement.
Some samples are difficult to disperse. For example, they are statically charged (e.g. plastics) or have hydrophobic characteristics or water repellent molecule components (e.g. pharmaceuticals, drugs, toner powder, graphite, titanium dioxide).
When the particles have so called adhesive forces it is considered an adhesive sample. The effects of forces of attraction between atoms or molecules of a body are described as a cohesive power, polarity or a magnetic characteristic.
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