sodium aluminosilicate


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sodium aluminosilicate

[′sōd·ē·əm ə¦lü·mə·nō′sil·ə‚kāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
White, amorphous powder or beads of variable stoichiometry, partially soluble in strong acids and alkali hydroxide solutions between 80 and 100°C; used in food as an anticaking agent. Also known as sodium silicoaluminate.
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75% synthetic sodium aluminosilicate was supplemented to the diet of Leghorn-type laying hens.
Influence of synthetic sodium aluminosilicate on laying hens fed different phosphorus levels.
The synthesis of zeolites via alkaline fusion followed by hydrothermal treatment reveals that the alkaline fusion process promoted the dry reaction between the mineral phases present in the raw materials and the alkaline activator, and the alkaline fused product corresponds to amorphous sodium aluminosilicate (SEM images), indicating that fusion was very effective in extracting the silicon and aluminium species from kaolin.
Huber provides amorphous sodium aluminosilicate particles for matt coatings with a uniform size of around 0.
INGREDIENTS: CORN SYRUP SOLIDS, VEGETABLE OIL (PARTIALLY HYDROGENATED COCONUT OR PALM KERNEL, HYDROGENATED SOYBEAN), SODIUM CASEINATE (A MILK DERIVATIVE) **, AND LESS THAN 2% OF DIPOTASSIUM PHOSPHATE (MODERATES COFFEE ACIDITY), MONO- AND DIGLYCERIDES (PREVENTS OIL SEPARATION), SODIUM ALUMINOSILICATE, ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR, ANNATTO COLOR.
To synthesize Sodium Aluminosilicate colloid (NaAl[Si.
Powder X-ray diffraction were recorded for the synthesized Sodium Aluminosilicate (NAS) at room temperature by using PW 1710 diffractometer.
The XRD pattern of synthetic Sodium Aluminosilicate colloid shows broad peak at 24.
Zeolex 23R, 80 and 25 precipitated sodium aluminosilicate provide moderate to very high reinforcement.
This study evaluated the possible use of porous sodium aluminosilicate (zeolite) as a wet end filler and as a white water clarifier in dissolved air flotation.
The researchers accomplished this by tempering pieces of sodium aluminosilicate glass with a two-step chemical process.