white carbon black

white carbon black

[′wīt ′kär·bən ′blak]
(materials)
A white silica powder made from silicon tetrachloride; used as a replacement for carbon black in rubber compounding.
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The effect of acid leaching depends on the calcination degree and will influence the quality of white carbon black directly.
Study on preparation of white carbon black from deoiled residue of oil shale // Mining and Metallurgy.