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Industrial formulations very often involve particles with a broad range of surface characteristics and size distributions. Particle surface asperities (roughness) and porosity increase particle specific surface area and significantly alter suspension rheology, which can be detrimental to the quality of the end product. We examine the rheological properties of two types of non-Brownian, commercial precipitated silicas, with varying specific surface area, namely PS52 and PS226, suspended in adoi:10.3390/ma13204628 pmid:33081380 fatcat:gb6buepz7jbglczmbupwln47by