A Comparative Characterization of Kaolins of Provenance from the Prosyanovskoe and Kyshtymskoe Deposits Subjected to Mechanochemical Activation in an Aqueous Medium
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The effect of mechanical activation in an aqueous medium on properties of kaolins of provenance from the Prosyanovskoe and Kyshtymskoe deposits — typical representatives of high-grade and low-grade kaolins — is studied. The activation in an aqueous medium produces a substantial effect on the crystallinity of kaolins and the process of phase formation in heat-treated kaolins. The mechanochemical activation, backed up by an accumulated and systematized experimental data, can provide a simple and readily available way toward improving the quality of kaolins.
KeywordsPolymer Experimental Data Aqueous Medium Mechanical Activation Phase Formation
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