sepiolite


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a white clayey mineral

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Alkan, Adsorption kinetics and mechanism of cationic methyl violet and methylene blue dyes onto sepiolite, J.
Supersaturated minerals Mineral phase Mineral formula Albite NaAl[Si.sub.3][O.sub.8] Anhydrite CaS[O.sub.4] Anorthite Ca[Al.sub.2][Si.sub.2][O.sub.8] Barite BaS[O.sub.4] Ca-Montmorillonite [Ca.sub.0.165][Al.sub.2.33] [Si.sub.3.67][O.sub.10] [(OH).sub.2] Celestite SrS[O.sub.4] Chlorite (14A) [Mg.sub.5][Al.sub.2][Si.sub.3] [O.sub.10][(OH).sub.8] Chrysotile [Mg.sub.3][Si.sub.2][O.sub.5] [(OH).sub.4] Gypsum CaS[O.sub.4]:2[H.sub.2]O Hausmannite [Mn.sub.3][O.sub.4] Pyrochroite Mn[(OH).sub.2] Sepiolite [Mg.sub.2][Si.sub.3][O.sub.75] OH:3[H.sub.2]O Sepiolite(d) [Mg.sub.2][Si.sub.3][O.sub.75] OH:3[H.sub.2]O Talc [Mg.sub.3][Si.sub.4][O.sub.10] [(OH).sub.2] 2P in equ.
(2009) in their study of adsorption of reactive blue 15 anionic dye onto Turkish Sepiolite observed that the removal of dye was maximum below pH 3.
Effects of Processing Degradation on Properties of Poly (Lactic Acid) Composites Based on Montmorillonite and Sepiolite
The modified biomass ash appears superior to most of the other materials, especially peanut shell, banana peel, sepiolite, zeolite, and natural biomass ash.
Tolsa says its flexible technology facilitates modification of the sepiolite clay to meet OEM requirements in terms of heat and smoke performance.
Various melt blending techniques were used to prepare PLA based nanocomposite by the addition of 5 % wt of an organically modified montmorillonite (CLO) [CLOISITE 20A], unmodified sepiolite (SEP) [PANGEL S9] and organically modified zirconium phosphonate (ZrP) [ZrP 102].
There are large numbers of clay minerals such as kaolin (Nandi et al., 2009), montmorillonite (Damardji et al., 2009; Yan et al., 2007), bentonite (Ozcan et al., 2005), clinoptilolite (Li and Bowman, 1997), smectite (Diaz et al., 2001), sepiolite (Kara et al., 2003) and zeolite (Vimonses et al., 2009) that are widely used for the costeffective removal of chemical pollutants from wastewater.
Middle-East Bioresearchers Company has produced a product under the trademark of Ethylene Nanosorbent by using porous nanoparticles such as zeolite and sepiolite in the presence of a specific catalyst.