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Only in this experiment it will be possible to exclude completely the effect of the dispersion of the size of the particles and determine whether the size dependence of a specific property is a continuous and smooth function or whether it contains jumps, inflection points and other special features. Unfortunately, at the present time it is not possible to carry out such experiments. In solid-state mechanics, successes have been achieved in understanding of the nanocrystalline solid as an ensemble of interacting grain boundary defects.
An independent task is the collection of the nanocrystalline powder produced by condensation, because the individual particles of this powder are so small that they are in constant Brownian motion and remain suspended in the gas, not settling under the effect of the forces of gravity. The produced powders are collected using special filters and centrifugal deposition; in some cases, the particles are trapped by a liquid film. The main relationships of the formation of nanocrystalline particles by the method of evaporation and condensation are as follows, [11, 14]: 1.