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Chicago, Illinois. The powder and several steel balls are put into a stainless steel capsule and then placed in the machine, where they are shaken vigorously for a timed period (timing helps to achieve reproducibility in the spectra). This process yields satisfactory mixing and grinding, and the technique can be used for quantitative work. There are other ways of mixing sample with matrix material. Usually they involve hand grinding with a mortar and pestle or a ball mill. The sample is sometimes ground separately in the presence of a highly volatile solvent to obtain improved distribution of particle size.