aluminosilicate


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aluminosilicate

[ə¦lüm·ə‚nō¦sil·ə‚kāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
3Al2O3·2SiO2 A colorless, crystalline combination of silicate and aluminate in the form of rhombic crystals.
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The protective effect of hydrated sodium calcium aluminosilicate against haematological, biochemical and pathological changes induced by Zearalenone in mice.
It is assumed that there is a large proportion of aluminosilicate minerals in the mill mud/ash, and these, as with the untreated samples, are subject to attack by acid during sediment oxidation.
Reasoning that dispersed rutile crystals might behave as a nucleating agent for the low CTE aluminosilicate crystals, he added titania to his glass formulations instead of metals.
For aluminosilicate cells, the sticking time dominates, so the relaxation time generally decreases with decreasing temperature.
Molecular sieve adsorbents, which have already found broad commercial applications ad desiccants, are inorganic, crystalline materials, usually aluminosilicate compositions, in which a solid framework forms a three dimensional network of internal cavities of a honeycomb-like nature.
When used as a 1-percent additive in heavily contaminated (100-ppb) cattle feed, hydrated sodium calcium aluminosilicate reduced aflatoxin in milk to between 0.
Dragonite[TM] Halloysite is an inorganic, aluminosilicate clay, exhibiting a unique naturally occurring tubular morphology.
Clay products are one of the final phases of weathering of aluminosilicate rocks, the final stage of weathering which are predominantly kaolinitic clay montmorillonite and composition.
Topics of the 22 papers include noble gas diffusion in silicate glasses and melts, oxygen and hydrogen diffusion in minerals, cation diffusion kinetics in aluminosilicate garnets, and diffusion coefficients in olivine, wadsleyite, and ringwoodite.
Naturally occurring hydrated aluminosilicate of sodium, calcium, magnesium, and iron (MMT clay PGW G105) with a cation-exchange capacity (CEC) of 145 meq/100 g was obtained from Nanocor Inc, USA.