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Porcelain balls/beads are small, spherical objects made of porcelain and used in laboratory settings for a variety of applications. They come in different sizes, typically ranging from a few millimeters to a few centimeters in diameter, and can be used as grinding media, mixing beads, or support beads for chromatography.
Porcelain balls/beads are commonly used in ball mills and bead mills for grinding and milling materials such as minerals, pigments, and ceramics. They are also used as mixing beads in biochemical assays and as support beads for chromatography columns.
One of the main advantages of using porcelain balls/beads is their durability and resistance to wear and tear. Porcelain is a hard and dense material that can withstand high temperatures and harsh chemicals, making it ideal for use in laboratory settings.
Porcelain balls/beads can be easily sterilized and cleaned, making them a safe and reliable choice for laboratory applications. They are also available in a range of sizes and can be customized for specific applications.