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At 10:57am on August 5, 2011,
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Subhash Chandra Singh
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Hi, Ayman

Glad to see that you are starting LAL of CdS and CdSe targets in liquids. For making the hard pellets take pure powder, press it with pelletizer at almot 10 ton pressure, heat for 5-6 hours at 300-400 degree C, then crush in the mortar to make fine particles, again peletize at the same pressure and heat. Repeat the process of 2-3 times to get resist pellet. 

 

At 7:41am on July 19, 2010,
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