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Ammonium Sulphate
A brownish-gray to white crystalline salt, (NH4)2SO4 , used in fertilizers and water purification.
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A clay, formed from decomposed volcanic ash, with a high content of the mineral montmorillonite; has the capability of absorbing a considerable amount of water, and swells accordingly.

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China Clay/ Kaolin
China Clay which falls under the kaoline group of clays is formed by weathering or hydrothermal alternation of felspatic rocks.
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A limestone whose carbonate fraction contains more than 50% dolomite. Also known as dolomite rock; dolostone.
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A soft, steel-gray to black, hexagonally crystallized allotrope of carbon with a metallic luster and a greasy feel, used in lead pencils, lubricants, paints, and coatings, that is fabricated into a variety of forms such as molds, bricks, electrodes, crucibles, and rocket nozzles. Also called black lead, plumbago.
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A bluish-green to colorless mineral, Al2SiO5 (Aluminium Silicate), used as a refractory.
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Mangnese Oxide
MnO Green powder, soluble in acids, insoluble in water; melts at 1650°C; used in medicine, in textile printing, as a catalyst, in ceramics, and in dry batteries. Also known as manganese monoxide; manganous oxide.

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Magnesium oxide
A white powdery compound, MgO, having a high melting point (2,800°C), used in high-temperature refractories, electrical insulation, food packaging, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals.
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A heat-resistant transparent mineral found in large glass-like sheets and used in windows of furnaces; may have a high content of fluorine but seems unlikely to affect animals.
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Maize starch
MAIZE STARCH is a white or creamy powder having various direct and indirect applications in industries. Starch can be modified to suit individual requirement of the users and such starches are known as chemical starches/Dextrin.
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A very hard mineral composed of silica, SiO2, found worldwide in many different types of rocks, including sandstone and granite. Varieties of quartz include agate, chalcedony, chert, flint, opal, and rock crystal.
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Any of a group of micaceous hydrated silicate minerals related to the chlorites and used in heat-expanded form as insulation and as a planting medium.
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