aluminum silicate


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aluminum silicate

[ə′lüm·ə·nəm ′sil·ə‚kāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Al2(SiO3)3 A white solid that is insoluble in water; used as a refractory in glassmaking.
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3], silica, and aluminum silicate filled microcellular ethylene-octene copolymer vulcanizates with respect to variation of blowing agent loading (density) and various strain rates.
Hydrous, anhydrous, and thermo-optic aluminum silicates (clays).
The emissions testing composed of evaluating four anti-veining additives: red iron oxide at 1%, black iron oxide at 2%, aluminum silicate at 5% and a blended material at 1.
6 and 7), also called Kaolinite or China Clay, is hydrous aluminum silicate consisting of platelets with alternating layers of silica and alumina in the structure (figure 9).
Emeralds are a kind of beryl--beryllium aluminum silicate with a dash of chromium, which produces the characteristic green.
Kaopaque delaminated aluminum silicate reportedly offers improved physical properties in most thermoplastics.
The Sherwin-Williams Company has been granted a patent for a water-based coating composition comprising at least one tannin blocking latex resin; microspheres having a maximum pigment loading of at least 50%, the microspheres being selected from the group consisting of expanded acrylonitrile/vinylidene chloride copolymer particles, sodium potassium aluminum silicate particles, polyvinylidene chloride copolymer particles coated with calcium carbonate, ceramic particles, glass particles and polyethylene particles; and a reactive pigment.
She noticed bright flecks in water running over a greenish microbial mat and later identified them as the mineral aluminum silicate.
He removed the oils and passed the remaining liquid through a filter containing beads of aluminum silicate zeolite crystals, which act as molecular sieves.
Bottoms for longer campaigns use a use a high-quaslity refractory material, usually a mixture of sand and aluminum silicate, fireclay, pitch and water.
In the water phase, the two gums, magnesium aluminum silicate and xanthan, provide viscosity, while the second item is the preservative.
An antiperspirant active is added to the blend as well as sodium silicate, potassium silicate, calcium silicate, magnesium silicate, zinc silicate, aluminum silicate or mixtures thereof.