Deflocculent | Article about Deflocculent by The Free Dictionary
deflocculant (redirected from Deflocculent)
An agent that causes deflocculation; examples are sodium carbonate and other basic materials used to deflocculate clay slips.
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Fifty five pounds of powdered clay are mixed with deflocculent
and approximately 2.5 gallons of water, yielding 77 pounds of casting slip which is then poured into plaster moulds.