amorphous mineral

amorphous mineral

[ə′mȯr·fəs ′min·rəl]
(mineralogy)
A mineral without definite crystalline structure.
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Morphological features such as porosity (> 80%), pore size (0-200 gm) and presence of amorphous mineral phase was evident through SEM.
Pumice is mainly an amorphous mineral, which also contains potassium feldspar (sanidine) and quartz.
Precipitated silica, an amorphous mineral substance, lies at the heart of the company's silica technology and is featured in a six-page, four-color brochure.
What is the amorphous mineral form of uranium dioxide better known as?
Micro-P light-weight resin extender , 8-10 lb/cu ft, is noncombustible, chemically stable, inert amorphous mineral silicate.
(1995) proposed a modified sequential extraction speciation scheme, which delineated the species as: exchangeable; specifically adsorbed; bound to metal-organic complexes, easily reducible metal oxides, organics, amorphous mineral colloids, and crystalline Fe oxides; and residual.
Micro-P light-weight resin extender, 8-10 lb/cu ft, is noncombustible, chemically stable, inert amorphous mineral silicate.
Micro-P light-weight resin extender, 810 lb/cu ft, is noncombustible, chemically stable, inert amorphous mineral silicate.
Micro P resin extender is a noncombustible, chemically stable, inert amorphous mineral silicate.
Company also offers its Micro P resin extender, which is a noncombustible, chemically stable inert amorphous mineral silicate.
Considering the easy fabrication and excellent performances, this method can be used broadly to deposit other amorphous minerals, and this structure will be promising in practical application for other optoelectronic film materials deposition, especially Ti/Fe/Zn oxides deposition.
Apart from a few amorphous minerals (coals), numerous high-density minerals such as quartz, kaolinite, and pyrite are enriched in the heavy product.