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Clay 232

Alternate Names: Kil 232

Oxide Analysis Formula
CaO 0.12% 0.01
MgO 0.64% 0.06
K2O 2.45% 0.10
Na2O 0.49% 0.03
TiO2 0.90% 0.04
Al2O3 26.15% 1.00
SiO2 57.57% 3.74
Fe2O3 2.49% 0.06
SO4 0.45%n/a
LOI 8.69%n/a
Organics 0.27%n/a
Oxide Weight 354.21
Formula Weight 391.00

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Minerals Quartz
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Minerals Organics
Ceramic minerals can contain lignite, fibrous plant material, etc. These burn out on firing.
Minerals K-Feldspar
Most common feldspars contain both sodium and potassium. The term K-Feldspar designates one where th
Minerals Na-Feldspar
Most common feldspars contain both sodium and potassium. The term Na-Feldspar designates one where t
Minerals Kaolinite
The most fundamental clay mineral. This mineral is found in nature in its purest form as kaolin. How
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Typecodes Clay Other
Clays that are not kaolins, ball clays or bentonites. For example, stoneware clays are mixtures of all of the above plus quartz, feldspar, mica and other minerals. There are also many clays that have high plasticity like bentonite but are much different mineralogically.

Data

Dry Strength (kgf/cm2) 45.0
Firing Shrinkage 1050C: 3.0% 1100C: 7.0% 1150C: 11.0% 1200C: 16.0% 1250C: 18.0%
Sieve Analysis Dry < 212 micron: 99.53% < 150 micron: 99.3% < 106 micron: 98.83% < 63 micron: 97.68% < 45 micron:
Water absorption 1050C: 18.0% 1100C: 14.0% 1150C: 8.0% 1200C: 2.0% 1250C: 0.5%
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