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Bentonite

The term Bentonite was first suggested by Knight (1898), followed by Ross and Shannon (1926) who proposed that Bentonite is a rock term for a clay deposit composed essentially of crystalline clay like mineral formed by alteration of glassy igneous materials either tuff or volcanic ash. Grim (1968) considered that Bentonite is a clay deposit consisting essentially of smectite minerals usually dominated by montmorillonite which has a very wide range of industrial applications.

 

Bentonite Report  

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Bentonite Brouchure  

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