organic clay

organic clay

A clay with a high organic content.
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The 1982 changes include using precise numbers from laboratory tests, requiring the presence of 30 percent or more sand or gravel before adding the descriptive term sandy or gravelly, and re-defining organic clay and organic silt.
From Brooks Frederick's monumental oil and tar portraits of those affected by the Gulf of Mexico oil spill; to Jen Maloney's paintings of everyday, recognizable objects; to Bill Shillalies' organic clay forms; and Evie McKenna's photographs of candid portraits of her surroundings.
Kauls (22) prepared the PS-clay nanocomposite by employing an organic clay with a reactive group which can be copolymerized with styrene.
Thus, when one simply mixes a hydrocarbon polymer with organic clay, while it may be possible to put in enough energy to get some dispersion of the clay, it will often reagglomerate into large, thick stacks.
Corn told the students that knowing from which glacial deposit a metalcasting facility receives its sand is important because of natural organic clay for molding purposes and knowing the geography of the country is vital to selling the correct products to customers.
But Ruth Duckworth told a different story, there was work we could understand and emulate, and ceramics studios across Britain were soon bursting with pinched porcelain fungi and swelling stoneware fruits; organic clay had arrived like a harvest festival, and would remain firmly in place well into the '70s.
The idea of marketing fango, a mud composed of organic clay and minerals such as iron, came to the attention of a group that learned of the mud's aesthetic and medicinal use in Europe, Kenichi Kai, representative for the group said Wednesday.
MH Elastic Silt OH Organic Clay CH Fat Clay OL Organic Silt Pt Peat
Although a number of thermally stable organic clay modifiers have been synthesized, complete clay exfoliation in PET has seldom been achieved, as there is still a lack of driving force, which can force apart the clay lamellas, in the traditional PET/clay hybrids synthesis process (41).
11-14] studied the effects of compatibilizers and organic clay modifiers on the biodegradability and rheological properties of PLA/clay nanocomposites prepared by melt compounding, using a TSE.
These organic clays are more compatible with polymers and swell in a polar solvent and easily exfoliate and disperse in polymers.
The Black Organic Clays (6 profiles) and River Sands (25 profiles) provide good examples of these markedly different soil types (Table 4).