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A ball mill consists of a hollow cylindrical chamber (Fig. 6.2) which rotates about a horizontal axis, and the chamber is partially filled with small balls made of steel, tungsten carbide, zirconia, agate, alumina, or silicon nitride having diameter generally 10 mm. The inner surface area of the chamber is lined with an abrasion-resistant material like manganese, steel, or rubber. TheBall Milling - University of Massachusetts Boston,Planetary Ball Mill PM 400 Feed material: soft, hard,,No. of grinding stations: 4 / 2 . Principles of green chemistry Ball milling – solvent free approach Conclusion Content 14 . Application in Organic Synthesis Aldol Condensations Knoevenagel Condensations Baylis-Hillman Reaction Michael Reaction Wittig Reaction Fullerene Cycloadditions Suzuki Reaction Heck-Jeffery ReactionBall milling in organic synthesis: solutions and,,During the last decade numerous protocols have been published using the method of ball milling for synthesis all over the field of organic chemistry. However, compared to other methods leaving their marks on the road to sustainable synthesis ( e.g. microwave, ultrasound, ionic liquids) chemistry in ball mills is rather underrepresented in the knowledge of organic chemists.