kaolin美 英 ['keɪəlɪn]
a type of fine white clay used in some medicines and in making porcelain for cups, plates, etc.
a fine white clay.
a white clay used for preparing some medicines and for making porcelaina hard white substance used for making plates, cups, etc.
Kaolin is one of very important non-metal mineral resources used widely in papermaking, rubber and plastics manufacturing.
The electromigration of Cd in contaminated kaolin soil by an iron (Fe) and activated char (C) primary cell.
China clay: Material used for loading and coating in most papers. Also called Kaolin.
XRD and SEM techniques were used to characterize the mullite solid solution synthesized from waste aluminum slag and kaolin.
however , the addition of calcined kaolin to cement caused setting time of cement to prolong and water requirement of cement to reduce.
The glass-ceramics for low-temperature sintering using kaolin tailings as a major raw material have been prepared.
Kaolin Fine clay used as a filler in paper making, as an ingredient for coating materials. Alao called china clay.
Said cup liner features light weight, low cost and capable of substituting for kaolin to make the liner of the thermal insulation cup.
The crystal size and crystal degree of kaolin-group minerals in the body of the Tianhuang samples are different.
Jinyu Kaolin Chemical Co. , Ltd. as the industry benchmark companies, the experience presented at the meeting.