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Volume 51    Issue 12

Reduction of kaolin-slurry viscosity using pugging and desliming

Mining Engineering, 1999, Vol. 51, No. 12, pp. 31-34
Lowe, R.A.; Basilio, C.I.; Etheridge Jr., O.E.; Randolph, J.M.; Sheppard, S.W.


ABSTRACT:
Kaolin is naturally (or can be beneficiated to be) white and may generally be described as an aluminum layer silicate. This clay, consisting largely of kaolinite, is widely used as a coating and filler in paper and as a filler, extender and/or pigment in materials such as rubber, paint, plastics and ceramics.


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