Silicates: The generic term for salts derived from silica or the silicic acids. They contain silicon, oxygen, and one or more metals, and may contain hydrogen. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th Ed)Aluminum Silicates: Any of the numerous types of clay which contain varying proportions of Al2O3 and SiO2. They are made synthetically by heating aluminum fluoride at 1000-2000 degrees C with silica and water vapor. (From Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary, 11th ed)Magnesium Compounds: Inorganic compounds that contain magnesium as an integral part of the molecule.Aluminum Compounds: Inorganic compounds that contain aluminum as an integral part of the molecule.Administration, Buccal: Administration of a soluble dosage form between the cheek and gingiva. It may involve direct application of a drug onto the buccal mucosa, as by painting or spraying.Magnesium Silicates: A generic term for a variety of compounds that contain silicon, oxygen, and magnesium, and may contain hydrogen. Examples include TALC and some kinds of ASBESTOS.Silicate Cement: A relatively hard, translucent, restorative material used primarily in anterior teeth. (From Boucher's Clinical Dental Terminology, 4th ed, p50)Aluminum Hydroxide: A compound with many biomedical applications: as a gastric antacid, an antiperspirant, in dentifrices, as an emulsifier, as an adjuvant in bacterins and vaccines, in water purification, etc.Calcium Compounds: Inorganic compounds that contain calcium as an integral part of the molecule.Silicic Acid: A hydrated form of silicon dioxide. It is commonly used in the manufacture of TOOTHPASTES and as a stationary phase for CHROMATOGRAPHY.Cosmic Dust: Finely divided solid matter with particle sizes smaller than a micrometeorite, thus with diameters much smaller than a millimeter, moving in interplanetary space. (NASA Thesaurus, 1994)Aluminum Oxide: An oxide of aluminum, occurring in nature as various minerals such as bauxite, corundum, etc. It is used as an adsorbent, desiccating agent, and catalyst, and in the manufacture of dental cements and refractories.Meteoroids: Any solid objects moving in interplanetary space that are smaller than a planet or asteroid but larger than a molecule. Meteorites are any meteoroid that has fallen to a planetary surface. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)Silicon: A trace element that constitutes about 27.6% of the earth's crust in the form of SILICON DIOXIDE. It does not occur free in nature. Silicon has the atomic symbol Si, atomic number 14, and atomic weight [28.084; 28.086].Chemical Processes: The reactions and interactions of atoms and molecules, the changes in their structure and composition, and associated energy changes.Silicon Dioxide: Transparent, tasteless crystals found in nature as agate, amethyst, chalcedony, cristobalite, flint, sand, QUARTZ, and tridymite. The compound is insoluble in water or acids except hydrofluoric acid.Astronomy: The science concerned with celestial bodies and the observation and interpretation of the radiation received in the vicinity of the earth from the component parts of the universe (McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 5th ed)Solar System: The group of celestial bodies, including the EARTH, orbiting around and gravitationally bound by the sun. It includes eight planets, one minor planet, and 34 natural satellites, more than 1,000 observed comets, and thousands of lesser bodies known as MINOR PLANETS (asteroids) and METEOROIDS. (From Academic American Encyclopedia, 1983)Astronomical Phenomena: Aggregates of matter in outer space, such as stars, planets, comets, etc. and the properties and processes they undergo.Iron Compounds: Organic and inorganic compounds that contain iron as an integral part of the molecule.Extraterrestrial Environment: The environment outside the earth or its atmosphere. The environment may refer to a closed cabin (such as a space shuttle or space station) or to space itself, the moon, or other planets.Evolution, Planetary: Creation and development of bodies within solar systems, includes study of early planetary geology.Carbon Sequestration: Any of several processes for the permanent or long-term artificial or natural capture or removal and storage of carbon dioxide and other forms of carbon, through biological, chemical or physical processes, in a manner that prevents it from being released into the atmosphere.Spacecraft: Devices, manned and unmanned, which are designed to be placed into an orbit about the Earth or into a trajectory to another celestial body. (NASA Thesaurus, 1988)Jupiter: The fifth planet in order from the sun. It is one of the five outer planets of the solar system. Its sixteen natural satellites include Callisto, Europa, Ganymede, and Io.Dental Waste: Any waste product generated by a dental office, surgery, clinic, or laboratory including amalgams, saliva, and rinse water.Diatomaceous Earth: A form of SILICON DIOXIDE composed of skeletons of prehistoric aquatic plants which is used for its ABSORPTION quality, taking up 1.5-4 times its weight in water. The microscopic sharp edges are useful for insect control but can also be an inhalation hazard. It has been used in baked goods and animal feed. Kieselguhr is German for flint + earthy sediment.Ceramics: Products made by baking or firing nonmetallic minerals (clay and similar materials). In making dental restorations or parts of restorations the material is fused porcelain. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed & Boucher's Clinical Dental Terminology, 4th ed)Adsorption: The adhesion of gases, liquids, or dissolved solids onto a surface. It includes adsorptive phenomena of bacteria and viruses onto surfaces as well. ABSORPTION into the substance may follow but not necessarily.Bentonite: A colloidal, hydrated aluminum silicate that swells 12 times its dry size when added to water.Planets: Celestial bodies orbiting around the sun or other stars.Silicone Gels: Synthetic organosiloxane gels that are formed from synthetic polymers of silicone oxide with organic sidechains (polydimethylsiloxane) by lengthening the polymer chains. Unlike silicone elastomers, they are not treated with amorphous silica. They are used as fillers in breast implants.Electrolysis: Destruction by passage of a galvanic electric current, as in disintegration of a chemical compound in solution.Minerals: Native, inorganic or fossilized organic substances having a definite chemical composition and formed by inorganic reactions. They may occur as individual crystals or may be disseminated in some other mineral or rock. (Grant & Hackh's Chemical Dictionary, 5th ed; McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)Breast Implants: Implants used to reconstruct and/or cosmetically enhance the female breast. They have an outer shell or envelope of silicone elastomer and are filled with either saline or silicone gel. The outer shell may be either smooth or textured.Alum Compounds: Aluminum metal sulfate compounds used medically as astringents and for many industrial purposes. They are used in veterinary medicine for the treatment of ulcerative stomatitis, leukorrhea, conjunctivitis, pharyngitis, metritis, and minor wounds.Aluminum: A metallic element that has the atomic number 13, atomic symbol Al, and atomic weight 26.98.

In situ atomic force microscopy study of Alzheimer's beta-amyloid peptide on different substrates: new insights into mechanism of beta-sheet formation. (1/503)

We have applied in situ atomic force microscopy to directly observe the aggregation of Alzheimer's beta-amyloid peptide (Abeta) in contact with two model solid surfaces: hydrophilic mica and hydrophobic graphite. The time course of aggregation was followed by continuous imaging of surfaces remaining in contact with 10-500 microM solutions of Abeta in PBS (pH 7.4). Visualization of fragile nanoscale aggregates of Abeta was made possible by the application of a tapping mode of imaging, which minimizes the lateral forces between the probe tip and the sample. The size and the shape of Abeta aggregates, as well as the kinetics of their formation, exhibited pronounced dependence on the physicochemical nature of the surface. On hydrophilic mica, Abeta formed particulate, pseudomicellar aggregates, which at higher Abeta concentration had the tendency to form linear assemblies, reminiscent of protofibrillar species described recently in the literature. In contrast, on hydrophobic graphite Abeta formed uniform, elongated sheets. The dimensions of those sheets were consistent with the dimensions of beta-sheets with extended peptide chains perpendicular to the long axis of the aggregate. The sheets of Abeta were oriented along three directions at 120 degrees to each other, resembling the crystallographic symmetry of a graphite surface. Such substrate-templated self-assembly may be the distinguishing feature of beta-sheets in comparison with alpha-helices. These studies show that in situ atomic force microscopy enables direct assessment of amyloid aggregation in physiological fluids and suggest that Abeta fibril formation may be driven by interactions at the interface of aqueous solutions and hydrophobic substrates, as occurs in membranes and lipoprotein particles in vivo.  (+info)

Ethanol-induced structural transitions of DNA on mica. (2/503)

The effect of ethanol on the structure of DNA confined to mica in the presence of Mg2+was examined by varying the ethanol concentration and imaging the DNA by atomic force microscopy. Contour length measurements of the DNA show a transition from all-B-form at 0% ethanol to all-A-form at >25% ethanol. At intermediate ethanol concentrations, contour lengths suggest that individual molecules of air-dried DNA are trapped with mixed compositions of A-form and B-form. The relative composition depends on the ethanol concentration. Fitting the length distributions at intermediate ethanol concentrations to a simple binomial model results in an upper bound estimate for the A-form and B-form domains of approximately 54 bp in the individual molecules. In addition to length changes, the apparent persistence length of DNA decreases with increasing ethanol concentration. At high concentrations of ethanol (>20%), DNA formed several higher order structures, including flower shaped condensates and toroids.  (+info)

Microstructure and homogeneity of dental porcelain frits. (3/503)

The microstructure and homogeneity of three commercial dentin and incisal unfired porcelain frits (one conventional and two ultra-low fusing types, fused-to metal were analyzed by X-ray diffractometry, scanning electron microspectroscopy, and wavelength- and energy dispersive X-ray microspectroscopy. The average contents of tetragonal and cubic leucite for the conventional and one of the ultra-low fusing type frits were 20.1-22.6 wt% and 0-2.6 wt%, respectively, whereas those of another of the ultra-low fusing type frits were about 11.5-11.6 wt% and 2.9-4.6 wt%, respectively. The conventional type frits seemed to be admixtures of three kinds of glass frits. One of the ultra-low fusing type frits seemed to be an admixture of four kinds of glass frits. Another ultra-low fusing frits seemed to be only one kind of glass frit dispersed with small size, less than 1 micron, leucite crystals. There were no remarkable differences in microstructure and homogeneity between dentin and incisal porcelain frits in each brand.  (+info)

Phase imaging by atomic force microscopy: analysis of living homoiothermic vertebrate cells. (4/503)

Atomic force microscope-based phase imaging in air is capable of elucidating variations in material properties such as adhesion, friction, and viscoelasticity. However, the interpretation of phase images of specimens in a fluid environment requires clarification. In this report, we systematically analyzed atomic force microscope-derived phase images of mica, glass, and collagen under the same conditions as used for living cells at various tapping forces; the resulting data provide critical information for the interpretation of phase images of living cells. The peripheral regions of COS-1 cells consistently show a more negative phase shift than the glass substrate in phase images at set-point amplitude: free amplitude (Asp/A0) = 0.6-0.8. In addition, at all Asp/A0 values suitable for phase imaging, tapping frequency appears to be high enough to ensure that phase shifts are governed primarily by stiffness. Consequently, phase imaging is capable of high resolution studies of the cellular surface by detecting localized variations in stiffness. We demonstrate that phase imaging of a bifurcating fiber in COS-1 cell cytoplasm is readily capable of a lateral resolution of approximately 30 nm.  (+info)

Atomic force microscopy imaging of DNA covalently immobilized on a functionalized mica substrate. (5/503)

A procedure for covalent binding of DNA to a functionalized mica substrate is described. The approach is based on photochemical cross-linking of DNA to immobilized psoralen derivatives. A tetrafluorphenyl (TFP) ester of trimethyl psoralen (trioxalen) was synthesized, and the procedure to immobilize it onto a functionalized aminopropyl mica surface (AP-mica) was developed. DNA molecules were cross-linked to trioxalen moieties by UV irradiation of complexes. The steps of the sample preparation procedure were analyzed with x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS). Results from XPS show that an AP-mica surface can be formed by vapor phase deposition of silane and that this surface can be derivatized with trioxalen. The derivatized surface is capable of binding of DNA molecules such that, after UV cross-linking, they withstand a thorough rinsing with SDS. Observations with atomic force microscopy showed that derivatized surfaces remain smooth, so DNA molecules are easily visualized. Linear and circular DNA molecules were photochemically immobilized on the surface. The molecules are distributed over the surface uniformly, indicating rather even modification of AP-mica with trioxalen. Generally, the shapes of supercoiled molecules electrostatically immobilized on AP-mica and those photocross-linked on trioxalen-functionalized surfaces remain quite similar. This suggests that UV cross-linking does not induce formation of a noticeable number of single-stranded breaks in DNA molecules.  (+info)

Computer-assisted morphometry of cell-substratum contacts. (6/503)

AIM: Quantitative analysis of size and shape of the cell-substratum contacts in Dictyostelium and comparison of these parameters between wild-type cells and the cells bearing cytoskeletal protein mutations. METHODS: Reflection interference contrast microscopy (RICM) was used to image the areas of contact between aggregation-competent Dictyostelium cells and weakly adhesive mica surfaces. The cell-substratum contact areas were automatically identified in RICM micrographs by digital image processing. Information about the size and shape of the contact areas was obtained by using the shape descriptors based on two-dimensional geometrical moment invariants. RESULTS: Lack of either of the two actin-crosslinking proteins, a-actinin and 120 kDa gelation factor, similarly affects the cell-substratum interactions of Dictyostelium cells. The shape descriptors, elongation and dispersion, of the contact areas were reduced by 10% to 30% in mutant cells when compared to the wild type, but the size of the contacts was not affected. CONCLUSION: Video microscopy combined with digital image processing and quantitative image analysis is capable of revealing small phenotypic effects of cytoskeletal protein mutations on the level of single cells. Such automated microscopic methods are expected to gain importance and find a widespread use in biomedicine.  (+info)

Risks of respiratory disease in the heavy clay industry. (7/503)

OBJECTIVES: Little information is available on the quantitative risks of respiratory disease from quartz in airborne dust in the heavy clay industry. Available evidence suggested that these risks might be low, possibly because of the presence in the dust of other minerals, such as illite and kaolinite, which may reduce the harmful effects of quartz. The aims of the present cross sectional study were to determine among workers in the industry (a) their current and cumulative exposures to respirable mixed dust and quartz; (b) the frequencies of chest radiographic abnormalities and respiratory symptoms; (c) the relations between cumulative exposure to respirable dust and quartz, and risks of radiographic abnormality and respiratory symptoms. METHODS: Factories were chosen where the type of process had changed as little as possible during recent decades. 18 were selected in England and Scotland, ranging in size from 35 to 582 employees, representing all the main types of raw material, end product, kilns, and processes in the manufacture of bricks, pipes, and tiles but excluding refractory products. Weights of respirable dust and quartz in more than 1400 personal dust samples, and site histories, were used to derive occupational groups characterised by their levels of exposure to dust and quartz. Full size chest radiographs, respiratory symptoms, smoking, and occupational history questionnaires were administered to current workers at each factory. Exposure-response relations were examined for radiographic abnormalities (dust and quartz) and respiratory symptoms (dust only). RESULTS: Respirable dust and quartz concentrations ranged from means of 0.4 and 0.04 mg.m-3 for non-process workers to 10.0 and 0.62 mg.m-3 for kiln demolition workers respectively. Although 97% of all quartz concentrations were below the maximum exposure limit of 0.4 mg.m-3, 10% were greater than this among the groups of workers exposed to most dust. Cumulative exposure calculations for dust and quartz took account of changes of occupational group, factory, and kiln type at study and non-study sites. Because of the importance of changes of kiln type additional weighting factors were applied to concentrations of dust and quartz during previous employment at factories that used certain types of kiln. 85% (1934 employees) of the identified workforce attended the medical surveys. The frequency of small opacities in the chest radiograph, category > or = 1/0, was 1.4% (median reading) and seven of these 25 men had category > or = 2/1. Chronic bronchitis was reported by 14.2% of the workforce and breathlessness, when walking with someone of their own age, by 4.4%. Risks of having category > or = 0/1 small opacities differed by site and were also influenced by age, smoking, and lifetime cumulative exposure to respirable dust and quartz. Although exposures to dust and to quartz were highly correlated, the evidence suggested that radiological abnormality was associated with quartz rather than dust. A doubling of cumulative quartz exposure increased the risk of having category > or = 0/1 by a factor of 1.33. Both chronic bronchitis and breathlessness were significantly related to dust exposure. CONCLUSIONS: Although most quartz concentrations at the time of this study were currently below regulatory limits in the heavy clay industry, high exposures regularly occurred in specific processes and occasionally among most occupational groups. However, there are small risks of pneumoconiosis and respiratory symptoms in the industry, although frequency of pneumoconiosis is low in comparison to other quartz exposed workers.  (+info)

Polymer-cushioned bilayers. II. An investigation of interaction forces and fusion using the surface forces apparatus. (8/503)

We have created phospholipid bilayers supported on soft polymer "cushions" which act as deformable substrates (see accompanying paper, Wong, J. Y., J. Majewski, M. Seitz, C. K. Park, J. N. Israelachvili, and G. S. Smith. 1999. Biophys. J. 77:1445-1457). In contrast to "solid-supported" membranes, such "soft-supported" membranes can exhibit more natural (higher) fluidity. Our bilayer system was constructed by adsorption of small unilamellar dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine (DMPC) vesicles onto polyethylenimine (PEI)-supported Langmuir-Blodgett lipid monolayers on mica. We used the surface forces apparatus (SFA) to investigate the long-range forces, adhesion, and fusion of two DMPC bilayers both above and below their main transition temperature (T(m) approximately 24 degrees C). Above T(m), hemi-fusion activation pressures of apposing bilayers were considerably smaller than for solid-supported bilayers, e.g., directly supported on mica. After separation, the bilayers naturally re-formed after short healing times. Also, for the first time, complete fusion of two fluid (liquid crystalline) phospholipid bilayers was observed in the SFA. Below T(m) (gel state), very high pressures were needed for hemi-fusion and the healing process became very slow. The presence of the polymer cushion significantly alters the interaction potential, e.g., long-range forces as well as fusion pressures, when compared to solid-supported systems. These fluid model membranes should allow the future study of integral membrane proteins under more physiological conditions.  (+info)

Results obtained by direct measurements of the forces acting between polar mica surfaces interacting across solutions of triolein containing phosphatidylethanolamine (PE), polyglycerol polyricinoleate (PGPR), and a PE/PGPR mixture are presented. It was shown that PE adsorbed on mica from anhydrous triolein and thus rendered the surface nonpolar. The change in ordering of the liquid triolein molecules induced by bringing two such surfaces together gives rise to a structural force with two force barriers. In contrast, the adsorption of PGPR from anhydrous triolein resulted in a steric force barrier with a range of 120 Angstrom. It was also found that from the mixture of PE and PGPR in triolein both additives adsorbed as a complex on mica surfaces. The presence of these aggregates on the surfaces gave rise to a very long-range strong repulsive force. We discuss the implication of the measured forces to colloidal stability of particle dispersion in nonpolar media and compare the efficiency of ...
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Normal and friction forces were measured between physically adsorbed and chemically grafted layers of hyaluronic acid (HA), an anionic polyelectrolyte in presence the of lubricin (Lub), a mucinous glycoprotein on mica surface using a Surface Forces Apparatus (SFA) with a surface radius R~2cm. This work demonstrates that high friction coefficients does not necessarily correlate to surface damage and that chemically grafted HA acts synergistically with Lub to provide enhanced wear protection to the surface. Increasing the concentration of Lub enhances the threshold load that a chemically grafted HA surface can be subjected to before the onset of wear. However, Lub fails to provide wear protection if HA is physically bound (not chemically grafted) to the mica surface and damage occurs at loads less than 1 mN (Pressure, P, 10atm) regardless of the amount of Lub, indicating that the molecules in the bulk play little or no role in camouflaging the surface from damage. Lub penetrates into the ...
The main result of our simulation is that the restructuring of a monolayer consisting of C18 surfactant molecules was observed, but any restructuring of a monolayer consisting of C24 surfactants never underwent such a restructuring. The C24 surfactants maintained the monolayer structure in both P1 and P2 simulations, as depicted in Fig. 2. By contrast, cylindrical micelles formed during the P1 simulation for C18 molecules, and in the meantime water molecules from the top of the monolayer proceeded toward the mica surface and replaced the surfactants. During the P2 simulation, these cylindrical micelles were further transformed into spherical ones. The processes for C18 surfactants are illustrated in Fig. 3. For a better understanding of the dynamics of the spatial rearrangement of the systems, the number densities of certain components were calculated as a function of the position along the normal axis with respect to mica sheets at different moments in time. The five components that were ...
Study of the transformation of smectite to illite, chlorite or vermiculite via interstratified clay minerals needs precise qualitative and quantitative determinations of the different layers in the mixed-layer clays and is generally based on X-ray diffraction (XRD) patterns after specific treatments of the clay samples. Saturation with K or Mg followed by ethylene glycol (EG) solvation are classical methods used to identify high-charge smectite and vermiculite. These procedures have been applied to two experimental clays, one composed of smectite layers and the second, a mixture of vermiculite and smectite layers. Different methods of glycolation (EG vapor or liquid EG) produce significant differences in the XRD patterns. Comparison with literature data indicates that K-saturated, high-charge smectite (~0.8 , total charge ,1/unit-cell) and Mg-vermiculite (whatever its charge) do not expand in ethylene glycol vapor (d values ~14-15 Å). Expansion to 17 Å in liquid ethylene glycol occurs for ...
The clay minerals have iron associated with them in several ways: 1. (1) as an essential constituent 2. (2) as a minor constituent within the crystal lattice where it is in isomorphous substitution and 3. (3) as iron oxide on the surface of the mineral platelets. Nontronite, hydromica, some chlorites, vermiculite, glauconite and chamosite contain iron as an essential constituent. Kaolinite and halloysite have no site within the lattice for iron, but in certain environments iron oxide (goethite or hematite) is intimately associated as a coating on the micelles. Analyses of clay minerals show that the content of Fe2O3 varies: 29 per cent (nontronite), 7??3 per cent (griffithite), 4.5 per cent (hydromica), 5.5 per cent (chlorite), 4 per cent (vermiculite) and 18 per cent (glauconite). The FeO content is: 40 per cent (chamosite), 7.8 per cent (griffithite), 1-2 per cent (hydromica), 3 per cent (glauconite) and 2 per cent (chlorite)....
Abstract: In a natural clay, the occurrence of a high sensitivity, i.e. a high quotient between the shear strength of the undisturbed and remolded softs respectively, under undrained conditions, is connected to thixotropic effects and to "quickness".. The general composition of the soils in which quick clay occurs is described, and mention is made of the occurrence of non-argillaceous rock fragments in a matrix of clay particles. Illite is the main clay mineral. Quickness occurs both in salt-leached, marine deposited clays and in clays deposited in fresh water. The pore water of these clays is low in electrolytes and undecomposed organic material. It is found that quick clays often occur near peat and similar humic deposits. Also briefly discussed is the internal stress distribution in natural clays under various consolidation conditions, the structure of quick clays and their conditions of formation. The consistency of clays is considered, as is the stability and coagulation conditions of ...
... ,Feldspar Stone Crushing Plant yfcrusher Feldspar Stone Crushing Plant Feldspar is the name given to a group of minerals distinguished by the presence of alumina and silica SiO2 in their chemistry This group includes aluminum silicates of soda potassium or lime It is the single most abundant mineral group on Earth Th
It has been shown that expression of ligands for NKG2D is associated with malignant transformation (15), and MICA expression was described for many epithelial tumors. This has led to the implication that the NKG2D/NKG2DL system may play an important role in immune surveillance of tumors (17). In fact, two recent reports described that tumor cells highly expressing NKG2DL were rejected by NK cells and CD8 αβ T cells and stimulated tumor immunity against the parental cell lines in a mouse model (16, 22). It was shown that the immune response observed in these studies was critically dependent on the expression levels of NKG2DL on the tumor cells. Therefore, reduction of MICA expression by release from the cell surface would potentially reduce immunogenicity of tumor cells. To investigate whether the effect of sheddases on MICA surface expression mirrored the changes in the levels of sMICA in the culture supernatants, C1R-MICA*04 cells, HCT116 cells, and HeLa cells were cultured in fresh culture ...
The interaction between lipid bilayers in water has been intensively studied over the last decades. Osmotic stress was applied to evaluate the forces between two approaching lipid bilayers in aqueous solution. The force-distance relation between lipid mono- or bilayers deposited on mica sheets using a surface force apparatus (SFA) was also measured. Lipid stabilised foam films offer another possibility to study the interactions between lipid monolayers. These films can be prepared comparatively easy with very good reproducibility. Foam films consist usually of two adsorbed surfactant monolayers separated by a layer of the aqueous solution from which the film is created. Their thickness can be conveniently measured using microinterferometric techniques. Studies with foam films deliver valuable information on the interactions between lipid membranes and especially their stability and permeability. Presenting inverse black lipid membrane (BLM) foam films supply information about the properties of ...
The interaction between lipid bilayers in water has been intensively studied over the last decades. Osmotic stress was applied to evaluate the forces between two approaching lipid bilayers in aqueous solution. The force-distance relation between lipid mono- or bilayers deposited on mica sheets using a surface force apparatus (SFA) was also measured. Lipid stabilised foam films offer another possibility to study the interactions between lipid monolayers. These films can be prepared comparatively easy with very good reproducibility. Foam films consist usually of two adsorbed surfactant monolayers separated by a layer of the aqueous solution from which the film is created. Their thickness can be conveniently measured using microinterferometric techniques. Studies with foam films deliver valuable information on the interactions between lipid membranes and especially their stability and permeability. Presenting inverse black lipid membrane (BLM) foam films supply information about the properties of ...
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One-pulse magic angle spinning (MAS) 29Si and 1H-29Si cross-polarization (CP) MAS nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy was performed on minerals with OH groups and on hydrous aluminosilicate glass samples. The silanol-group samples used were krauskopfite, rosenhahnite, thaumasite, ussingite, and KHSi2O5 with known Si to H distances and ellenbergerite, the proton positions of which are not as well defined. The Si-H distances from the minerals can be compared with the cross-polarization time constants (τSiH) and the proton spin-relaxation times in the rotating frame [τ1ρ(H)], and a rough correspondence exists between a minerals shortest Si-H distance and its τSiH value. Also, fast [τ1ρ(H)] values correspond to large bulk H densities. The CP spectra of the hydrous aluminosilicate glass samples were fitted with two peaks, representing two different Si environments within the glass structure. The contact-time curves of the higher frequency peak imply τSiH similar to the mineral ...
Descrição: We establish and quantify correlations among the molecular structures, interaction forces, and physical processes associated with light-responsive self-assembled surfactant monolayers or bilayers at interfaces. Using the surface forces apparatus (SFA), the interaction forces between adsorbed monolayers and bilayers of an azobenzene-functionalized surfactant can be drastically and controllably altered by light-induced conversion of trans and cis molecular conformations. These reversible conformation changes affect significantly the shape of the molecules, especially in the hydrophobic region, which induces dramatic transformations of molecular packing in self-assembled structures, causing corresponding modulation of electrostatic double layer, steric hydration, and hydrophobic interactions. For bilayers, the isomerization from trans to cis exposes more hydrophobic groups, making the cis bilayers more hydrophobic, which lowers the activation energy barrier for (hemi)fusion. A ...
Market Overview: The Middle East Potassium Feldspars is expected to witness steady CAGR of 3.9% between 2016 and 2022. Potassium feldspars are aluminum silicates abundant minerals group which contains potassium minerals with the linear formula KAlSi3O3. Potassium feldspars are a group of polymorphs, polymorphs being minerals that have the same chemical composition but slightly different…
To date, the fundamental details of the molecular structural changes and associated mechanisms, which take place during the formation of aluminosilicate geopolymer gels, have remained largely elusive. Here, density functional theory-based coarse-grained Monte Carlo modeling, a multiscale simulation technique, is used to simulate the geopolymerization reaction and to determine the molecular mechanisms controlling this process. Silica supplied by the alkaline solution plays a significant role in enhancing the dissolution of the solid aluminosilicate precursor (metakaolin, in this case) and the polymerization of the gel. In the reaction between NaOH and metakaolin, in the absence of initially dissolved silica, the solid precursor completely dissolves and the aluminosilicate gel forms via the percolation of small aluminosilicate clusters. On the other hand, in the presence of dissolved silicate, the metakaolin only partially dissolves, as the aluminosilicate gel precipitates on the surfaces of the ...
Precise determination of the elastic properties of soft condensed matter at the nanoscale is important in many situations, from substrate characterization to cancer cell differentiation. When measuring these properties at the nanoscale through contact mechanics, adhesive effects dominate the interaction and prevent obtaining quantitative results. As a solution to this problem, a non-contact measuring mode in liquid has previously been developed for the surface force apparatus (SFA). [1] Advantages of this technique are the non-invasiveness of the measurement and the prevention of probe contamination. SFA measurements are however limited by the macroscopic size of the probe, requiring homogeneous samples and introducing substrate effects in soft films thinner than 300 nm.. To surpass these limits our project has moved the technique to the AFM platform where microscale probes can be utilized, allowing for lateral resolution below the micron scale. In contrast to conventional AFM, the technique is ...
The aim of this thesis work is to study the physico-chemical properties of poly(ethylene oxide), PEO, based brush polymers both in solution and at solid/aqueous interfaces. The importance of studying the surface properties of brush polymers can be related to a broad spectrum of interfacial-related applications such as colloidal stability, lubrication, detergency, protein repellency to name a few. In many applications it is desirable to form brush-like structures through simple physisorption. In this context the surface properties of PEO based brush polymers differing in molecular architecture were studied, using ellipsometry and surface force apparatus (SFA), to gain some understanding regarding the effect of molecular architecture on the formation of brush structures. The molecular architecture was varied by varying the charge/PEO ratio along the backbone. This study demonstrates that the formation of a brush structure at solid/aqueous interface is due to interplay between the attraction of the ...
An abrasive composite is presented having a controlled rate of erosion, the composite comprising abrasive particles dispersed in the binder, wherein the binder comprises an addition polymerized resin having clay particles dispersed therein. The abrasive composite may be adhered to various substrates, including paper, cloth, polymeric films, and nonwovens. The clay particles allow the binder, and thus the composite, to controllably erode upon abrasion of a workpiece, thus exposing fresh abrasive particles to the workpiece. Coatable compositions comprising clay particles dispersed in a binder precursor composition, and optionally containing abrasive particles, are also described, as well as methods of making and using the composites and articles.
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SEM investigation indicates a complex mineral assemblage is present. Subhedral kaolinite and illite commonly coat grains and occur as cement. Fe oxides are present as well. Back-scatter imaging indicates that an unidentified subhedral to anhedral aluminosilicate occurs as does an unusual Ag-bearing aluminum phosphate. Chlorine is also detected in particles near the Ag-bearing aluminum phosphate and this is consistent with low temperature hydrothermal mobilization and deposition of Ag. Some aluminosilicate grains may be detrital however some appear to post date kaolinite and illite mineralization. The Ag-bearing phosphate has textures consistent with late phase mineralization and does post date other textures. Fe-oxides appear to occur as multiple generations. The aluminosilicate may be impact related and if enough sample material can be extracted definitive X-ray investigation will enable phase identification, potentially placing more constraints on impact conditions. Further studies of high ...
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Hydrocarbon conversion processes are disclosed which are catalyzed by novel pillared clay compositions. The clay contains pillars which are at least partially fluorided. These pillars are metal fluoro hydroxy cations where the metal can be Al, Zr, Si/Al, Ti or Cr. The clays which can be pillared with these pillars are the smectite clays which include hectorite and beidellite along with synthetically prepared smectite clays. These clays are prepared by pillaring the clay, followed by calcination and then treatment with a fluoride salt such as ammonium bifluoride.
Lab Manager: Dr. Virginia McLemore. Clay Material Testing The NMBGMR has facilities to characterize the mineralogy and ceramic properties of clay materials. Testing capabilities include particle-size distribution analyses to measure the amounts of clay, silt and coarser material present; X-ray diffraction analyses to determine the mineralogy of both bulk-rock samples and clay-size material; and leaching tests to measure the amount of insoluble material present. The results of these tests aid in determining the value of clay materials to the public and industry, and their importance in scientific research. Recent projects of the clay material testing laboratory include the characterization of mine rock piles and soils contaminated by heavy metals. Another important area of study is the evaluation of clay material resources for existing and possible new industries in New Mexico. Although the clay materials laboratory cannot accept outside samples on a regular basis, contract testing is possible on ...
What are the benefits of using it in our fish tanks and ponds? The first main benefit of this clay is in its high mineral content that provides well over 50 macro, micro and trace elements "remineralizing" the aquatic system. All living organisms, including goldfish, require a constant supply of these elements for various biological processes to function normally. It also improves fish digestion. Second, is its detoxifying effect. The clays particles are so small that the action of water molecules is enough to keep them in suspension or colloidal state. The surface area of particles in one gram of clay can reach almost 10,764 sq.ft (1000 sq.m). Negatively charged clay particles have the ability to "trap" or flocculate heavy metals, pesticides, free radicals and even virus cells, etc., making them easily removable with mechanical filters and water changes. Third, it accelerates bio filter work by positively affecting nitrifying bacteria, at the same time, based on the article mentioned above, it ...
Taconite Digging into MN Minerals Minnesota DNR MN, The crushers keep crushing the rock until it is the size of a marble The rock is mixed with water and ground in rotating mills until it is as fine as powder, (the wet taconite powder) is rolled with clay inside large rotating cylinders, Indiana, Cleveland, Ohio and other steel-making towns The taconite pellets are brought to the ...
In order to characterize the petrological and chemical effects of illuviation, we collected 17 samples of saprock adjacent to, and 14 samples of corestone from, an ~6.7 m high tonalitic corestone (tor). Based on thin section observations, all saprock samples are characterized by a network of transgranular and intergranular cracks filled or lined with illuviated clay. In contrast, the silicate framework has been weakly to mildly weathered, and as result, biotite has been partially transformed into mixed-layer biotite/vermiculite, plagioclase has been weakly weathered to a dusting of smectite, and hornblende has been weakly weathered to Fe- and/or Mn-oxyhydroxide. The weathering of biotite translates into an ~5-6% loss of K mass while the weathering of plagioclase resulted in no statistically significant loss of Ca or Na mass.. The above effects of eluviation contrast markedly with the statistically significant additions of Si, Al, Fe, Mn, Ti, Sc, Cr, Cu, Rb, Y, and Yb mass produced by ...
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EFEK BO PADA AGREGASI TANAH …. Diunduh dari sumber: 26/10/2012 Bacterial cells with a coat of extracellular polysaccharides (EPS) are enveloped by clay particles. The pore space where clays and bacteria interact, bounded by silt- and sand- size particles, is relatively enriched in organic matter including EPS residues. Fungal hyphae are attached to the outside surface of an aggregate. At normal soil pH conditions, the cell has a net negative surface charge. Most clay particles adhere to the cell surface by bridging through polyvalent cations, represented by M n+ (a) although some may be attached directly by electrostatic interactions, either in face-to-face (b), or edge-to- face (c) association. (Sumber: Theng and Orchard (1995).
Therefore, studies are now examining the effect of bacterial spores and the required organic biomineral precursor compound immobilized in porous expanded clay particles. This has been shown to heal cracks with a width of 0.15mm. Unfortunately incorporating the clay particles also leads to a 50% reduction in 28 day strength.. ...
The work reported in this thesis builds on research into electrical degradation of mica. The present work is concerned with the study of the deleterious mechanism of partial discharge (PD) induced surface and bulk disruption on mica. Many high voltage (HV) insulation systems incorporate composite materials containing mica as a matrix material. Mica, a naturally occurring mineral possesses attractive thermal, electrical, chemical and physical prope11ies, all highly desirable attributes for successful HV insulation. Investigation of electrical breakdown phenomena in dielectric media is unde11aken before proceeding to the mica - PD study which constitutes the major part of the work High grade Muscovite mica was selected for the experimental work; samples were exposed to four HV electrical stress regimes: AC point-plane, AC m1ificial voids, AC m1ificial vented voids and DC impulse with thermally stressed samples in an ambient air atmosphere. In addition the effect of electrode material and void ...
left-handed. Box 6-1 DNA Has 10.5 Base Pairs per Turn of the Helix in Solution: The Mica Experiment. This value of 10 base pairs per turn vanes somewhat under different conditions. A classic experiment that was earned out in the 1970s demonstrated that DNA absorbed on a surface has somewhat greater than 10 base pairs per turn. Short segments of DNA were allowed to btnd to a mica surface. The presence of 5-terminal phosphates on the DNAs field them in a fixed orientation on the mica. The mica-bound DNAs were then exposed to DNAse I, an enzyme (a rieoxyrifconude-ase) that deaves the phosphodiester bonds in the DNA backbone. Because the enzyme is bulky, it t5 onfy able to deave phosphodiester bonds on the DNA surface furthest from the mica (think of the DNA as a cylinder lying down on a flat surface) due to the stenc difficulty of reaching the sides or bottom, surface of the DNA. As a result, the length of the resulting fragments should reflect the periodicity of the DNA, the number Of base pairs ...
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To soften polymer clay, hold it in your hands so your body heat can warm it up. If the clay is especially hard, lay a hot water bottle over the clay for about 20 minutes, or microwave it for 10 seconds at a time until it is warm. Once the clay has warmed, knead it with your hands for about a minute, then roll out the clay into a snake shape. The friction from rolling out the clay will help make it soft and pliable. If its too hard to roll out with your hands, try smoothing it out with a rolling pin.
Sub-zeptoliter thermal decomposition of Insulin Fibers. (a) shows a 1x2µm AC (tapping) mode image of insulin fibers deposited on a mica surface. After imaging, a series of thermal-bending compensated, low-temperature thermal cycles were performed in a 12x6 array of points. A small selection of those locations are indicated by the colored markers in both (a) and (b). (b) shows an AC image of the same region after the thermal cycling was complete, showing numerous gaps in the fibers where thermomechanical decomposition has occurred. (c) shows the local thermal expansion (top deflection plots) and resonant frequency shifts (bottom plots) associated with the thermal cycles, color coded by location. Note the clear signal associated with thermal decomposition of the fibers visible in the resonant frequency shift curves. The deflection curves show no significant response at the same temperature. Note that some tip broadening has occurred during the thermal cycling that reduces the resolution between ...
The variation and anisotropy in hydraulic conductivity and the coefficient of consolidation was investigated for two Swedish sulphide clays. A series of constant rate of strain oedometer tests was performed on samples trimmed in the vertical and horizontal direction. A methodology to evaluate the horizontal coefficients of consolidation c h via the horizontal hydraulic conductivity k h and the vertical compression modulus M v is proposed. Laboratory evaluations of c h are also compared with determinations of c h from in situ piezometer measurements in vertically drained sulphide clay. Furthermore, the validity of the empirical correlation between hydraulic conductivity change index C k and initial void ratio e 0, C k = 0.5e 0 (Tavenas et al. in Can Geotech J 20(4):645-660, 1983b), was investigated for the sulphide clays. The results from the investigation show large ranges in measured hydraulic conductivities and coefficients of consolidation. However, the results indicate that the correlation C ...
Purple clay teasets, made of special find clay which has high content of iron,are sorrel,light yellow or purple black delicate ceramic teaware without glaze. Purple clay contains a lot of iron and is called the best of the clay, the best of rock
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As many potters I know, I also base my ceramic work on local materials. Getting to know the nature around you is very important as well as quite interesting part of potters live. But when Peter Stanik, owner of small tea/yixing business, offered me chunk of Zi Ni clay to try I couldn´t refused. The clay was send by YiXing potter Lui Ming Zhu. He added short note and the information that they fire it in between 1050- 1150°C was the most important one. Well, temperature in our kiln varies from 1220 to 1380°C. It means that we can make clear clay glaze from that Zi Ni! But many low-fire clays can survive in coldest parts of our kiln, near chimney, so lets try it anyway ...
Catalytic behavior of micro/mesoporous ZSM-5/MCM-41 composites were investigated in the transformation of 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene (TMB), meta-xylene transformation and in the cracking of 1,3,5-triisopropylbenzene (TIPB). The samples were characterized by XRD, TGA, SEM, nitrogen sorption and FTIR of pyridine a
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This butterfly bush (more pix here) is a group project from the polymer clay students at the Ohio Reformatory for Women for the Into the Forest exhibit.. The clay came from generous artists who were destashing. (The ORW students are happy to condition old polymer. Let me know if youre cleaning out and have extra clay.). They created 27′ of big hole beads that were slipped onto brass rods and inserted into a wooden base made by my husband. The brass rods couldnt be taken into the facility so we had to visualize the piece and assemble it at home. Ill take the whole shebang apart to ship it off to Pittsburgh.. Will you be part of this international exhibit? The deadline has been extended to May 1.. You have plenty of time to make your mark on the fanciful forest that Laura Tabakman, Julie Eakes, Emily Squires Levine, Libby Mills and Nancy Travers concoct from your submissions.. The event opens in Pittsburgh in November with a teaser preview on view at Synergy4 in August. Are you tempted to ...
This butterfly bush (more pix here) is a group project from the polymer clay students at the Ohio Reformatory for Women for the Into the Forest exhibit.. The clay came from generous artists who were destashing. (The ORW students are happy to condition old polymer. Let me know if youre cleaning out and have extra clay.). They created 27′ of big hole beads that were slipped onto brass rods and inserted into a wooden base made by my husband. The brass rods couldnt be taken into the facility so we had to visualize the piece and assemble it at home. Ill take the whole shebang apart to ship it off to Pittsburgh.. Will you be part of this international exhibit? The deadline has been extended to May 1.. You have plenty of time to make your mark on the fanciful forest that Laura Tabakman, Julie Eakes, Emily Squires Levine, Libby Mills and Nancy Travers concoct from your submissions.. The event opens in Pittsburgh in November with a teaser preview on view at Synergy4 in August. Are you tempted to ...
This is one in our family of True colors. The True micas are all bright, low-sheen micas which have be made so by the blending of FD&C dyes with a mica substrate.The colors have been specially manufactured to be hydrophobic, which means...
Ball Clay, OM4: Priced per pound. Quantity discounts are available.. . Ball Clay is a variety of Kaolinite, like china-clay, but has a higher plastici
Clays - Hydrous aluminum silicates. Most common is bentonite (85% mineral clay smectite). Can be used to obtain a cement of ... Distribution of silicate and aluminate phases. Reactivity of hydrating phases. Gypsum/hemihydrates ratio and total sulphate ...
"UVITE (Calcium Iron Magnesium Aluminum Boro-silicate Hydroxide)". Galleries.com. Retrieved 2016-08-09. "Uvite Mineral Data". ...
American Mineralogist W. T. Schaller and A. C. Vlisidis (1958). "Ajoite, a new hydrous aluminum copper silicate" (PDF). ... Ajoite is a hydrated sodium potassium copper aluminium silicate hydroxide mineral. Ajoite has the chemical formula ( Na , K ) ... together with other known copper silicate minerals, but Berman died in a plane crash in 1944, aged 42, before this study was ... Messina Mines on the border between Zimbabwe and South Africa are well known for their inclusions of blue copper silicate ...
It is red due to the presence of iron oxide; the clay also contains hydrous silicates of aluminum and possibly magnesium. ...
Aluminum pigments Ultramarine violet: (PV15) Silicate of sodium and aluminum containing sulfur. Copper pigments: Han Purple: ... The most important mineral component of lapis lazuli is lazurite (25% to 40%), a feldspathoid silicate mineral with the formula ... Manganese pigments: Manganese violet: NH4MnP2O7 (PV16) Manganic ammonium pyrophosphate Aluminum pigments: Ultramarine (PB29): a ... manganese oxide and aluminum oxide: Fe2O3 + MnO2 + nH2O + Si + AlO3. When calcined (heated) it is referred to as Burnt Umber ...
Vermiculite is a hydrated laminar magnesium-aluminum-iron silicate which resembles mica. It can be used for many industrial ... Asbestos is a set of six naturally occurring silicate minerals, which all have in common their eponymous asbestiform habit: i.e ... Asbestos can be recycled by transforming it into harmless silicate glass. A process of thermal decomposition at 1000-1250 °C ... produces a mixture of non-hazardous silicate phases, and at temperatures above 1250 °C it produces silicate glass. Microwave ...
Magnesium aluminum silicates and alverine citrate drugs can be effective for IBS. Evidence is conflicting about the benefit of ...
... (or aluminum silicate) is a name commonly applied to chemical compounds which are derived from aluminium ... Aluminium silicate composite materials, fibres[edit]. Aluminium silicate is a type of fibrous material made of aluminium oxide ... Al2Si2O5(OH)4, (Al2O3·2SiO2·2H2O), which occurs naturally as the mineral kaolinite and is also called aluminium silicate ... The compositions are often described in terms of % weight of alumina, Al2O3 and silica, SiO2. Temperature resistance increases ...
... includes organic matter, silicate clay, and hydrous oxides of iron and aluminum. Illuvial deposits of clays, oxides, ...
Chemicals such as sulfites, aluminum silicate, and cigarette smoke can cause EP when inhaled. A New York City firefighter ...
Emerald is a green variety of beryl and is composed of silicate of alumina and glucina. Structurally, it is a hexagonal crystal ... The gem is an anhydrate quartz composed of silica, alumina, and iron and there are jaspers of nearly every colour. It is a ... Beryl is a stone composed of silica, alumina, and glucina with beryl and emerald being of the same species. The difference ... It is composed of silica, alumina, and alkali and is an opaque substance easily engraved. Debate still continues as to which ...
Vermiculite is a hydrated laminar magnesium-aluminum-iron silicate which resembles mica. It can be used for many industrial ... Asbestos is a set of six naturally occurring silicate minerals,[1] which all have in common their eponymous asbestiform habit: ... Asbestos can be recycled by transforming it into harmless silicate glass. A process of thermal decomposition at 1000-1250 °C ... United States Department of the Interior: Selected Silicate Minerals and Their Asbestiform Varieties by W. J. Campbell, et al ...
Some soft sealants include Neoprene, Viton, Teflon (polytetrafluoroethylene), Lava sealant (magnesium aluminum silicate), and ...
... consists primarily of hydrous aluminum silicates (clay minerals) of varying composition. Common components are ...
Many grasses, bagasse, bamboo and some tropical hardwoods contain much silicates that may cause sodium aluminum silicate scales ... Moderate amounts of silicates can be controlled with purging lime mud or lime kiln ash. Silicate removal from green liquor in a ... No commercial silicate removal system is available for the kraft process, but it can handle the small amounts of silicates from ...
Most clays consist of hydrous aluminum silicates, though there is a considerable amount of chemical variation among the clays. ...
Aluminium silicates are a mixture of alumina and silica, where commonly used mixtures have an alumina content from 42 to 72%; ... Common refractory materials used to create the investments are: silica, zircon, various aluminium silicates, and alumina. ... The binders used to hold the refractory material in place include: ethyl silicate (alcohol-based and chemically set), colloidal ... at 72% alumina the compound is known as mullite. During the primary coat(s), zircon-based refractories are commonly used, ...
They are made of aluminum silicate, an extremely dense and high-quality ceramic chosen for its durability and cost- ...
By the 1950s, precipitated aluminum silicate, called Lloyd's reagent, was being used to remove protein from serum, further ...
Feldspars are a common example: anorthoclase is an alkali aluminum silicate, where the alkali metal is interchangeably either ...
The circumstellar material is rich in dust, with alumina close to the star and silicates further out. The two types of dust ...
This comes from the kaolin clay group, making Al2Si2O5(OH)4 a possible formula for Calabash chalk.Aside from aluminum silicate ... the consensus being that the major component is aluminum silicate hydroxide. ... In addition, other reports of its composition include: aluminum, persistent organic pollutants, silicon, alpha lindane, endrin ...
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Lighter silicates of aluminum are found in the crust, with more magnesium silicate in the mantle, while metallic iron and ... The reason is that they combine with each other to form silicate minerals. In this way, they are the lightest of all of the two ... aluminum 2.2%, sodium 0.3%, potassium 0.3%. The mantle differs in elemental composition from the crust in having a great deal ... aluminum 8.2%, iron 5.6%, calcium 4.2%, sodium 2.5%, magnesium 2.4%, potassium 2.0%, and titanium 0.61%. Other elements occur ...
... is a deep reddish orange earth or pigment from the Persian Gulf composed of a silicate of iron and alumina, with ...
Replacement of one in every four silicon atoms by an aluminum atom results in the anion [AlSi. 3O−. 8]. n, whose charge is ... Webmineral : Dana's New Silicate Classification. The Wikibook Historical Geology has a page on the topic of: Silicate minerals ... Silicate minerals are rock-forming minerals made up of silicate groups. They are the largest and most important class of ... Tectosilicates, or "framework silicates," have a three-dimensional framework of silicate tetrahedra with SiO2 or a 1:2 ratio. ...
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Bentonite has mineral alumina, calcium, sodium, etc.. mineral supplements such as alumina Nova silicate and trace elements and ... The tiny particles contain fine Made of silicate ions are mixed. When the water is able to break down the elements silicon ... Component, followed by silicon, alumina, iron, calcium and Worth, magnesium Na2O K2O TiO2P2O5 MnO Cr2O3 Ge, etc. More than 20 ... which means that the silicate with water. Easily soluble in water and react faster to 3 times the stone type, stone is being ...
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Montmorillonite is a layered, very 2-dimensional aluminum and silicate mineral, which is usually thought to occur as a series ... All bentonites will contain a percentage of other minerals; Aluminum Oxide, Potassium Oxide, Magnesium Oxide, to name a few and ...
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Chemistry: CaCuAlSi2O6(OH)3; Calcium Copper Aluminum Silicate Hydroxide *Class: Silicates *Subclass: Cyclosilicates *Uses: Only ... Papagoite is one of only a few four membered ring silicates. These silicates have four silicate tetrahedrons linked into a ring ... Papagoite is another rare copper silicate from the mines of Arizona, USA. It is found at only one mine in Arizona, the New ...
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This invention relates to catalysts containing crystalline alumino-silicate zeolite and hydrothermally treated silica-alumina ... We prefer to coprecipitate the silica-alumina hydrosol to form the gel from a mixture of sodium silicate and aluminum salt, e.g ... This application relates to combinations of hydrothermally treated silica-alumina gels with crystalline alumina silicate ... aluminum sulfate, or aluminum nitrate or aluminum chloride made alkaline with ammonium hydroxide to reduce the sodium content ...
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  • Soil structure is a crystal lattice with a mild pH value PH = 5 from naturally derived from the breakdown of a compound called silicon Acid Acid Silicic Acid, which means that the silicate with water. (thaigreenagro.com)
  • 424-52 19 Claims ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE New and more effective dentifrice preparations may be obtained by employing zirconium silicate (ZrSiO having particle sizes in the range of up to about 8 microns particle size as a cleaning and polishing constituent thereof, as hereinafter described in detail. (google.com)
  • Al 2 Si 2 O 5 (OH) 4 , (Al 2 O 3 ·2SiO 2 ·2H 2 O), which occurs naturally as the mineral kaolinite and is also called aluminium silicate dihydrate. (wikipedia.org)
  • The present invention relates to preparing an improved lithium silicate glass ceramic for the manufacture of blocks for dental appliance fabrication using a cadcam process and hot pressing systemhe lithium silicate material has a chemical composition that is different from those reported in the prior art with 1 to 10 of germanium dioxide in final composition. (selbstaendige-in-der-koelnspd.de)
  • When chitin is used in pharmaceutical formulations, processing of chitin with metal silicates is advantageous, from both an industrial and pharmaceutical perspective, compared to processing using silicon dioxide. (sigmaaldrich.com)
  • In addition, the inherent binding and disintegration abilities of chitin-metal silicates are useful in pharmaceutical applications when poorly compressible and/or highly nonpolar drugs need to be formulated. (sigmaaldrich.com)