Thesaurus / kaolin
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With this object, many rude arrowpoints, concretions of stone, and the kaolin disk mentioned above were also found.
The kaolin is not fusible, the petuntze vitrifies and envelopes the kaolin, producing a smooth compact body which is translucent.
As a result of the decomposition of the feldspar, much clay is formed, the main substance of which is kaolin.
GEOLOGYWILLIAM J. MILLER
The substances used as a bond in manufacturing wheels are kaolin, a kind of clay, and feldspar.
It is almost always more than would be the case if the rock consisted of kaolin mixed with muscovite.
The pulp is sometimes mixed with clay (kaolin), chalk, etc.; and other kinds are made of a paste of pulp and recently slaked lime.
To what has been said about the preparation of English and Chinese kaolin pastes, little need be added.
THE CERAMIC ARTJENNIE J. YOUNG
The current was passed through this "match" until the kaolin strip became heated sufficiently to become a conductor itself.
The purest kind of clay is kaolin, or China clay, which consists almost entirely of silicate of aluminum.
Kaolin is simply the result of the decomposition of granitic rock, and silica and alumina are its chief ingredients.
THE CERAMIC ARTJENNIE J. YOUNG

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