nepheline


Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to nepheline: analcime, Cancrinite, leucite, Nepheline syenite
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Synonyms for nepheline

a whitish mineral consisting of sodium aluminum silicate or potassium aluminum silicate in crystalline form

Synonyms

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
Nepheline production increased by 13.4% QoQ, to 1,144 thousand tonnes due to increased demand for nepheline from the Achinsk alumina refinery.
Borate 21% Nepheline Syenite 16% EPK 11% Whiting 20% Silica 32% Chromuim oxide
Silicate minerals, such as K-feldspar, leucite, nepheline, kalsilite, muscovite, biotite and phlogopite, can readily provide K to plants.
The weight ratio of silica sand to Nepheline Syenite was maintained as the PVC varied.
427) reported that "Dallmeyer (1979) presented a 227 [+ or -] 5 Ma [sup.40]Ar/[sup.39]Ar plateau age for biotite from nepheline syenite" near Litchfield, Maine.
The Khibiny Massif is a famous and unique mineral locality that is composed of a nepheline syenite intrusion rich in a large number of rare minerals.
Her teacher, Nepheline Khaye Karen Perez, 25, also confessed to her limited knowledge of De Zalameda.
Among the additives options that prevent thin plastic layers from sticking to each other, 'Talc, nepheline syenite, and DE have been the incumbent high-performance antiblock minerals in plastic films," says John Flurley, president and CEO of Trinity Resources.
Limestone is used as one of the burden components, and also for desiliconization the aluminate liquor in alumina production from nepheline ores [3].
Other resources are Nepheline Syenite, phosphates, gemstones, and metallic minerals including gold and base metals and variety of other industrial minerals.
UC RUSAL's nepheline syenite production was 4,662 thousand tonnes in 2013, as compared to 4,947 thousand tonnes in 2012 (a decrease of 6%).
This stage suggests creation of small mining enterprises by 2020 on the basis of international experience, enhancement of investment attractiveness of quartz, beryllium, aluminum, nepheline syenite, iron ore fields and other kinds of non-traditional minerals.