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  • Barite is the most common barium mineral, its composition is barium sulfate. It is produced in epithermal veins, such as quartz - barite veins, fluorite - barite veins, etc.
  • Bentonite is an absorbent aluminium phyllosilicate, also called montmorillonite, often with a small amount of illite, kaolinite, halloysite, chlorite, zeolite, quartz, long stone, calcite.
  • Calcite is a mineral calcium carbonate mineral, the main component is CaCO3, generally it's transparent or white, even variegated. Chemical component:
  • Clay, sticky soil containing little sand, is very small particles of aluminum silicate. In addition to aluminum, clay also contains small amounts of magnesium, iron,
  • Coal is the main solid fuel which is one kind of combustible organic rocks. It is formed by lush plants in certain geological age being piled up in thick layer
  • Dolomite is a kind of carbonate mineral, the main component of it is MgCO3 or Ca, it includes ankerite and kutnohorite. Its crystal structure just like dolomite
  • High texture has many high-performance, such as high whiteness, soft texture, easily suspended in water, good plasticity, high cohesiveness
  • The main ingredient of limestone is calcium carbonate, which is a common compound in the rocks. It is also the main ingredients of animal shell and snail shells.
  • Pyrophyllite is a clay mineral, pure pyrophyllite is rare in nature. It is often associated with quartz, kaolinite, montmorillonite, dickite, sericite and kyanite,
  • Talc is a kind of common silicate minerals , it is the most soft mineral we known and it is satiny, it is a 1 MOHS Hardness Scale , and it can
  • Quartz, inorganic mineral, the main ingredient is silica, usually white. Quartz is a very stable mineral resources physically and chemically.
  • Gypsum, after being calcined and finely ground, becomes building gypsum, also known as plaster, stucco. If the calcination temperature is 190 ° C, it becomes mould plaster,
  • Manganese exists widely in the nature world, nearly all ore and silicate contain manganese. Usually we often see the Anhydrous manganese oxide and