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Development of the Israel Ceramic and Silicate Institute
S. S. Weidenbaum
Written in English
|Statement||by S. S. Weidenbaum. Prepared for the meeting of the General Assembly of the Israel Ceramic and Silicate Institute, January 27, 1965.|
|Contributions||Haifa (Israel). Israel Ceramic & Silicate Institute.|
|LC Classifications||TP785 .W4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||he 66000236|
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RESEARCH AT THE INSTITUTE FOR SILICATE CHEMISTRY, ZAGREB Even after longer heating (3 hr, 8 hr) at °C, the disordered kaolin minerals show free hydroxyl groups and adsorbed water molecules (Fig. The differences in dehydroxylation of kaolin minerals probably are con nected with different phases formed during by: 5.
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