2 edition of Bleaching of brazilian kaolins by using organic acids and fermented medium found in the catalog.
Bleaching of brazilian kaolins by using organic acids and fermented medium
Luciana Maria S. de Mesquita
|Statement||Luciana Maria S. de Mesquita, Terezinha Rodrigues, Sandro de Souza Gomes.|
|Series||Tecnologia mineral -- 72|
|Contributions||Rodrigues, Terezinha., Gomes, Sandro de Souza., CETEM (Center)|
|LC Classifications||QE391.K2 M47 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||2003338191|
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This paper presents a study of bleaching treatments with different samples of Brazilian kaolins using organic acids and fermented medium from Aspergillus niger cultivation as the leaching agent. The studies showed more effectiveness when oxalic acid and fermented medium were by: Brazilian kaolins using organic acids and fermented.
the process of kaolin bleaching involved an oxalic-acid-enriched, fermented medium from the Author: Mousa Gougazeh.
Earlier, in their research onto the bleaching of different kaolins with organic acids and the fermented medium from an A. niger culture, de Mesquita et al. () observed that with M oxalic acid and the fermented medium used as a bleaching agent the brightness of the kaolin sample was % and %, respectively.
The authors mentioned Cited by: Leaching kinetics of iron from low grade kaolin by oxalic acid solutions. Bleaching of Brazilian kaolins using. organic acids and fermented medium. Miner. with chemicals like oxalic and other organic acids , or-ganic acids in the presence of a fermented medium , leach-ing containing microbial-produced oxalic and hydrochloric acid , EDTA , sodium dithionate-H 2 SO 4 mixtures , and so on, have been employed to lower the content of these impurities in the kaolin clays.
Kaolin is important because it has many applications in the paper, paint-coating, functional filler, extender and pigment industries. This material needs to be bleached by iron leaching to be useful for these applications because this element can be the principal cause of its undesirable coloration.
In this work, the kinetics of leaching of iron contained in kaolin clays from the community of Cited by: 3. The Wadi Badaa (WB) Upper Miocene clays, Cairo-Suez district, Egypt, represent materials for the ceramic production. The clay raw materials are composed mainly of smectite and kaolinite with minor quartz, calcite, and rare feldspar.
The plasticity indices vary between 24 and 30%, suggesting that these clays are plastic raw materials. IR bands of the investigated clays were Cited by: 1. The bleaching clays appear to be composed chiefly of the less and less completely weathered clay minerals.
They are characterize by high contents of loosely held water and by:partial solubility in di ute ordinary acids, such as hydrochloric or sulphuric acid.
The water sCited by: 5. Bleaching of kaolins and clays by chlorination of iron and titanium and the samples' bleaching was established making an analysis of the space of the color by the spectrophofotometric method The content of carbon and organic matter in the clays, in the case of the San Luis red clay, is enough for extraction improvement.
However, the. Uses. Kaolin is a platy white clay that is chemically inert, nonabrasive and possesses a number of characteristics that make it desirable for use in a range of industries, including paper and paperboard, paints and coatings, plastics, wire and cable, concrete and agriculture among many others.
Environ Sci Technol. ; – doi: /esx ], organic acids in the presence of a fermented medium [24 de Mesquita LMS, Rodrigues T, Gomes SS.
Bleaching of Brazilian kaolins using organic acids and fermented by: 1. Kaolin is a mixture consisting principally of the mineral kaolinite and containing varying amounts of other minerals such as muscovite, quartz, feldspar, and anatase. Also known as china clay, kaolin is a soft white clay that is an essential ingredient in the manufacture of china and porcelain and is widely used in the making of paper, rubber.
What is Kaolin. Kaolin is derived from the mineral Kaolinite which comes from the Earth's crust. It is an aluminum silicate represented as Al 2 O Si O H 2 O. Kaolin was first found in China.
The name comes from two Chinese characters that mean "high hill" (Kao-Ling). The term "organic" is reserved for items that are grown in a field under organic supervision. Our Kaolin Clay is % pure, with no added fillers - but since it doesn't meet the FDA's requirement of being field grown, its not certifiable.
If it were possible, we would have this item marked as organic. The oxidation of MACR produces organic acids as its major low-molecular-weight product, whose yields are enhanced by a factor of in the presence of H2O2.
In addition, organic peroxides such as methyl hydroperoxide, peroxyformic acid, and peroxyacetic acid are only formed in the presence of H2O2, and the formation of methyl hydroperoxide Cited by: Kaolin, also called china clay, soft white clay that is an essential ingredient in the manufacture of china and porcelain and is widely used in the making of paper, rubber, paint, and many other products.
Kaolin is named after the hill in China (Kao-ling) from which it was mined for centuries. Samples of kaolin were first sent to Europe by a French Jesuit missionary around as examples of. In this work, bioleaching of iron from a kaolin sample was carried out using two different strains of Aspergillus niger, and the effects of strain type, pulp density, and addition time of clay on the iron removal were investigated using a full factorial design.
It is concluded that strain type has the most significant effect on the iron : Mohammad Pazouki, M.R. Hosseini, M.
Ranjbar, F. Ghavipanjeh. Kaolin was obtained from extracted kaolinite or kaolinite-illitic gritstone or pudding-stone from the "mine U" in southern Moravia using the following procedure (unpublished data): Superficial soil layer (about 50 cm) was removed, and the raw material was floated to a suction pump by water cannon (water source was a pond formed on the surface.
‘ “Organic” is a labelling term that denotes products that have been produced in accordance with organic production standards and certified by a duly constituted certification body or authority.
Organic agriculture is based on minimizing the use of external inputs, avoiding the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides’ ”. Citric acid production by a thermophilic strain of the filamentous fungus Aspergillus niger IIB-6 in a medium containing blackstrap cane molasses was improved by the addition of kaolin to the fermentation medium.
The fermentation was run in a l stirred bioreactor (60% working volume). The optimal sugar concentration was found to be g/ by: 5. Whatiskaolin. Kaolinite is a mineral belonging to the group of alumino-silicates. It is commonly referred to as "China Clay" because it was first discovered at Kao-Lin, in China.
tative samples of Kos kaolins are given in Table 1. The kaolin grain size analysis shows that Leucogia and Kos kaolins are mostly finer than 75 µm on average.
The. For example, many kaolins can be dispersed readily in water at 70 percent solids by weight and the resultant slurry pours like fresh milk.
This is an attractive property for the paper coating industry as will be pointed out later. The ranges of particle size distribution in which kaolins are produced. Amazonian White Kaolin Clay. Clays. INCI: Kaolin. This mineral-rich Caolinitic white clay is gathered from the banks of the Amazon river in the beginning of the dry season, after months of steeping in all of the leaves, fruits, and seeds swept downriver from the rainforest.
The term "bleaching clay" as used within the context of this invention is well known to those of ordinary skill in the art. Such bleaching clays have been described in the following references: A. Rich, "Bleaching Clay", Industrial Rocks and Minerals, 3rd Ed., AIME, N.Y.
pp (). Grim, "Applied Clay Mineralogy", pp Kaolin is a type of clay found in nature. It can also be made in a laboratory. People use it to make medicine. Kaolin is used for mild-to-moderate diarrhea, severe diarrhea (dysentery), and cholera. In combination products, kaolin is used to treat diarrhea and to relieve soreness and swelling inside the mouth caused by radiation treatments.
Some of these combination products are used for. Aluminum Silicate, Calcium Silicate, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Magnesium Silicate, Magnesium Trisilicate, Sodium Magnesium Silicate, Zirconium Silicate, Attapulgite, Bentonite, Fuller's Earth, Hectorite, Kaolin, Lithium Magnesium Silicate, Lithium Magnesium Sodium Silicate, Montmorillonite, Pyrophyllite and Zeolite are all clay-like ingredients that are based on silicates.
kaolins by the reduction of trivalent iron to its divalent form, using sodium dithionite, metallic zinc and aluminum Stock et ai. Luz et ai. (a!b c d) have studied and compared the rcsults or kaolin bleaching by using sodium dithionite, mctallic zinc and metal.
Kaolin and Zeolite Research. Below is a list of publications related to the origin and genesis of kaolin and/or zeolites. Most of the research has been conducted in association with kaolin deposits in central Georgia, USA and in western Turkey.
Our Group’s core product is Bleaching Earth, a highly effective adsorbent essential in the refining process for the purification and decolourisation of edible and non-edible oils, fats, tallow, petroleum jelly, paraffin oil and waxes.
Taiko's range of Bleaching Earth are manufactured and sold under the trademark. Bleaching Earth is world renowned for its consistency. Kaolin is one of Georgia’s most valuable - yet least well-known - natural resources. Approximately eight million metric tons of kaolin are mined in Georgia annually, adding more than one billion dollars to the state’s economy through the mining itself, the industry of.
Sulfurous acid leaching of calcined kaolin with a caustic purification does not produce alumina that meets cell feed specifications for alumina purity.
A major contaminant is sulfur, which is not decreased by caustic purification. The process requires long leach duration and yields low alumina extraction.
Kaolin, Powder, USP is used to treat diarrhea and to relieve soreness and swelling inside the mouth caused by radiation treatments. All Spectrum Chemical manufactured USP grade products are manufactured, packaged and stored under current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) per 21CFR part in FDA registered and inspected facilities.5/5(7).
priate organic cation in an amount just equal to the cation-exchange capacity of the clay (90 meq/ g). A summary of the names, abbreviations, and structural formulae of the organic cations appear in Table 1. Be- cause these organic cations are strongly preferred by. 4 Industrial Clays Case Study and particle size are available to the paper coater.
Prices (FOB) range from 4 to 8 cents per pound. An analysis of a sheet of paper in the National Geographic magazine would show that approximately 35% of the weight would be kaolin. A major value added product produced by the US kaolin industry is calcined kaolin.
The digestive tract has natural acids and bacterium that can exacerbate these types of issues and the kaolin coating helps protect the epithelial lining, giving the body the space from food and internal waste it needs to heal itself. HOW TO USE KAOLIN INTERNALLY.
Although it is considered safe to consume, this ingredient is all about the dosage. How is clay formed. Is it inorganic or organic. 10 th Sep Clues to life on Mars likely to be found in clays, Javier Cuadros.
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Figure 1: Kinetics of bleaching palm oil at different temperatures by BN From Figure 1, unlike the bleaching efficiency curve of 60 oC which attained an optimum value after 60 mins, it can be. A survey of clay deposits carried out by the geological survey of Nigeria identified the principal clay deposits Although some of the deposits are small, there are many that are vast and can serve as the source of raw material for the building industry Such variety of clays with higher amount of impurity oxides such as Fe 2 O 3, TiO 2, Na 2 O and lower amount of Al 2 O 3, SiO 2 may be Cited by: 1.
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By. Jennifer Scott - Ma 0. Facebook. Email. Twitter. Google+. Pinterest. If you’re a fan of beauty treatments, you probably heard of Kaolin clay. It’s a soft white cosmetic clay named after the Chinese Kao-ling Mountain, and it has some pretty.Araujo and Telles 3 studied the adsorption of several compounds in oxidised lubricating oils using a fuller's earth and an activated bentonite.
The aim of this paper is to present a review of the more recent studies on the acid activation of Brazilian smectitic clays .