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trade name for a fixed-combination antidiarrheal drug that use kaolin as the adsorbent and pectin as the emollient

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The report includes attapulgite description, covers its application areas and related patterns.
Attapulgite is a hydrated magnesium aluminum silicate that exists in nature as a fibrillar silicate clay mineral with reactive-OH groups on the surface (Zhang et al.
Other topics include the effect of heat treatment on the properties of mineral attapulgite, surface modification of magnesium sulfate whiskers, and the preparation of thermal insulation putty for exterior walls.
Hydratable sealants include bentonite, attapulgite, zeolite, aluminum oxide, iron oxide, manganese oxide, humics, and activated carbon.
Mineral fillers/extenders include barytes, calcium carbonate, attapulgite clay, bentonite clay, and talc.
Attapulgite and Maya Blue: an ancient mine comes to light.
BASF (pearlescent pigments, UV stabilizers, kaolin clay, attapulgite clay, high performance color pigments)
Nanoporous zeolites, attapulgite clays (which can bind large numbers of bacteria and toxins), and nanoporous polymers (which can bind 100,000 times more organic contaminants than can activated carbon) can all be used for water purification.
Trelleborg/Fillite * Uniqema * Wacker Polymer Systems * Zemex Attapulgite LLC
Materials evaluated were SW-101, Hydrogel 90 (API material) Extra High Yield and Attapulgite, in varying concentrations mixed into sea water.
He was started on intravenous normal saline, aspirin (325 mg daily) for cardiac ischemia, attapulgite (Kaopectate) suspension as needed, and oral ciprofloxacin.
It has been demonstrated in recent studies that high-surfacearea clays such as smectic and attapulgite are effective in inducing these cytoprotective effects and alleviating the symptoms of diarrhoea (Gilardi et al 1999:917).
Salt Gel: An attapulgite clay used where chlorides exceed the
Palygorskite, also known as, attapulgite, is a clay mineral mined from Miocene strata north of Tallahassee, Florida.
Fitz Chem, Elmhurst, IL, a midwest distributor/sales agent of raw materials to the rubber, plastics, paint, coatings, ink and adhesives industries, has been appointed as distributor for Milwhite's attapulgite clay and gel products in the territory of Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, upper peninsula of Michigan and Minnesota.