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These spheres settled down and were separated from the solution. The microspheres obtained were cleaned with distilled water, dried in an oven, heated for sintering in a furnace (Nisabjee, Kolkata), and then soaked in a 2% solution of TÍO2. After soaking, the TCSMs were removed and then completely dried. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION The TCSMs were kept on a glass slide and viewed under an optical microscope. An optical image is presented in Fig. 1. The diameters of the TCSMs range from 60 to 250 urn.