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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
  • Ground Calcium Carbonate(GCC) is usually made by grinding natural carbonate minerals such as calcite, marble and limestone. It can be got by wet or dry process. Currently, dry process is popular at home.