standard mineral

standard mineral

[′stan·dərd ′min·rəl]
(mineralogy)
A mineral that, on the basis of chemical analyses, is theoretically capable of being present in a rock. Also known as normative mineral.
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Chemical additive products supplied by the company include antioxidants, blowing agents and foam accelerators, co-agents and curing agents, elastomer accelerators, elastomer/thermoplastic processing additives and lubricants, ester plasticizers, functional and standard mineral fillers, metal oxides, hydroxides and stearates, mold releases and external lubricants, paraffin/microcrystalline, polyethylene, sugarcane, Fischer Tropsch waxes, polyethylene glycol (PEG, various grades), silane coupling agents and crosslinkers, specialty polymers such as various weights of polyisobutylene, and tackifier resins.
It contains active cleansing technology that is 23 percent more effective in removing sludge from dirty engines than standard mineral oil.
Previously, CCE's injection moulding machines were filled with a standard mineral oil for the production of high quality plastic drinks bottles in two litre and 500ml sizes.
For even more user versatility, accessories such as the lab jack, a "Check Temp" temperature probe, standard mineral oils, a USB communication cable and intuitive data acquisition software are also available.
Table 1--Main Categories of Foam Control Products for Waterborne Coatings Foam Control Description Product Type Silicone 100% active polydimethyl siloxane (PDMS)-based Compounds materials Silicone Dilutions of PDMS compounds in water Emulsions Organically PDMS backbones with attached organic functionality Modified Silicones Synthetic Poiyol Typically, glycol carriers with silica and/or wax hydrophobes Standard Mineral Hydrocarbon oil with silica and/or wax hydrophobes Oil Enhanced Mineral Hydrocarbon oil with silica and/or wax hydrophobes, Oil possibly with PDMS, organically modified silicones (OMS) and other additives Vegetable Oil Nonhydrocarbon oil with silica and/or wax hydrophobes
One coarse grained undeformed samples were subjected to standard mineral separation to extract zircons.
a custom injection molder in Moose Deer Point First Nation, Canada, replaced the standard mineral oil-based hydraulic fluid in a Husky H160 press with a new synthetic fluid.
Part of the difficulty in finding a reliable, standard mineral reference is that, by and large, minerals don't have much smell at all.
Hanson will also contend that the Attorney General is adopting a stance that is inconsistent with standard mineral royalty procedures.
These packs, which contain either USDA-approved food grade oil or standard mineral oil, slowly meter lubricant to critical parts of the bearing while exhibiting lubricant-retention properties to minimize lubricant loss and extend service life.

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