Bond's law

Bond's law

[′bänz ′lȯ]
(mechanical engineering)
A statement that relates the work required for the crushing of solid materials (for example, rocks and ore) to the product size and surface area and the lengths of cracks formed. Also known as Bond's third theory.
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