A particle size describes the diameter, in millimeters, of suspended sediment or bed material. Particle-size classifications are:
1) Clay 0.00024-0.004 millimeters (mm);
2) Silt 0.004-0.062 mm;
3) Sand 0.062-2.0 mm

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