diameter of particles粒径；颗粒直径
- A particle, such as an electron, a proton, or a neutron, having half-integral spin and obeying statistical rules requiring that not more than one in a set of identical particles may occupy a particular quantum state.
- The rate of flow of fluid, particles, or energy through a given surface.
- The particles in an atom are infinitely small.
- We can see the dust particles floating in the sunlight clearly.
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