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Kaolin is a soft white mineral which has a large array of uses. It is most commonly found in the form of kaolin clay, a fine clay which was originally produced in China, which is why this clay is sometimes referred to as "China clay." Among the many uses for this mineral are the paper industry, medications, skincare products, porcelain, and cosmetics. Sources of this mineral can be found all over the world, including the United States, China, Brazil, Australia, and parts of Eastern Europe

Chemical Formula: Al2Si2O5(OH)4

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Origin: Egypt

Packing : 1MT jumbo Bag - Bulk

Elements Results
SiO2 56.8 %
AL2O3 33.40 %
Fe2O3 1.6 %
CaO 0.5 %
SO3 0.07 %
MgO 1.59 %
Na2O 0.27 %
K2O 0.14 %
Na2O + K2O 0.41 %
TiO2 0.17 %
L.O.I 12.1 %