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Nepheline syenite from Canada

Nepheline syenite from Canada

determination of the Commission in investigation no. 731-TA-525 (final) under the Tariff Act of 1930, together with the information obtained in the investigation

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Published by U.S. International Trade Commission in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nepheline syenite

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesUSITC publication -- 2502, USITC publication -- 2502
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14691188M

    Nepheline - This is more of a petrological specimen than a mineral specimen. It is a large slab of what is known as "foyaite", which is a nepheline syenite (quartz poor) with cm phenocrysts of orthoclase.. This and many more mineral specimens are available for sale at Dakota Matrix Minerals. Minex® 12 is a micronized functional filler and/or extender produced from nepheline syenite; a naturally occurring, silica deficient, sodium-potassium alumina silicate. It adds performance and value across a broad spectrum of applications. This product has a median particle size of microns and is easily dispersed in all conventional vehicle systems.

    Trinity Resources proudly introduces a new antiblock additive to the plastic film industry. Altiblock™ is Trinity’s antiblock product produced from the company’s pyrophyllite deposit in Newfoundland, Canada. “Talc, nepheline syenite and DE have been the incumbent high performance antiblock minerals in plastic films for a long time. Nepheline in C​anada: There is a large deposit of Nepheline Syenite in Canada close to Havelock, Ontario. This deposit encompasses 3, acres of land and is actively mined by the company Unimin Canada Limited. This company is Canada sole Nepheline provider.

    Nepheline crystals are rare and belong to the hexagonal system, usually having the form of a short, six-sided prism terminated by the basal unsymmetrical etched figures produced artificially on the prism faces indicate, however, that the crystals are hemimorphic and tetartohedral, the only element of symmetry being a polar hexad ry: Tectosilicate, feldspathoid. Sodalite Syenite Syenite, from Latin "Lapis Syenitis" (lapis = stone) of Syene, from Syene (an ancient city of southern Egypt), is a coarse-grained intrusive igneous rock of the same general composition as granite but with the quartz either absent or present in relatively small amounts (5%).The feldspar component of syenite is predominantly alkaline in character (usually orthoclase).


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Canadian Nepheline (Nepheline Syenite), used worldwide, is a high-quality ingredient – the ideal building block – used in the production of glass, paint, insulation, and ceramic tile as well as in polymers and coatings. It is processed without toxic. from Canada of nepheline syenite,2 provided for in subheading of the Harmonized Tariff Schedule of the United States, that are alleged to be sold in.

Nepheline syenite (silicate, naturally occurring blend of albite, microcline and nepheline) is a feldspatic mineral mined in Canada and Norway. Nepheline syenite can be characterised by: High purity.

Nepheline Syenite. Nepheline syenite is a white to light grey medium-grained igneous rock. It consists mostly of soda feldspar, nepheline and potash feldspar, accessory magnesium and iron-rich minerals. The Canadian nepheline syenite industry began in when claims were staked on Blue Mountain near Peterborough, Ontario, where it is still produced.

The potential use of glass to immobilise nuclear waste was initially investigated in the early s in Canada using natural nepheline syenite as the starting material. This was mixed with an acidic solution of the waste material together with lime, and the mixture melted at ° C in a fireclay crucible.

SAFETY DATA SHEET SDS No: U-GHS u-nepheline Page 1 of 6 Date Prepared: April SECTION 1: PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION. Product Identifier. Product Name: Nepheline Syenite – various grades. Synonyms: Anhydrous sodium potassium alumino silicate, Inorganic feldspathic mineral.

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(g) Layered aegirine-nepheline-sodalite syenite (drill core L, ÁÁ63 m, box width 1Á5 m), including the boundary between units NLS-8 and NLS It is found in Canada, India, Norway and USSR. Thus it does not have a simple theoretical formula like soda feldspar (we have provided representative chemistry of a Canadian nepheline syenite).

Nepheline Syenite has been a standard in the ceramic industry for many years, and is very popular for its whiteness. Nepheline syenite melts lower than feldspars. A foid-syenite where nepheline is the most abundant foid. A plutonic rock composed essentially of alkali feldspar and nepheline.

It may contain an alkali. Unimin Canada Ltd. Public Liaison Committee – Minutes of J Meeting - 2 - 2. Update the committee on the Canadian Nepheline Modernization Project nepheline syenite reserves.

• Unimin explained that the nepheline syenite deposit is situated within Unimin’s property. Nepheline syenite is a quartz-free aluminium silicate consisting primarily of the minerals nepheline, microcline and albite.

Because of its extremely low melting point and high alumina content, nepheline syenite is used as a glass phase promoter, a ceramic flux.

A similar nepheline-syenite is known from Hastings County, Ontario, and contains hardly any orthoclase, but only albite feldspar.

Nepheline is very abundant and there is also cancrinite, sodalite, scapolite, calcite, biotite and y: alkali feldspar, nepheline. The igneous succession in Mount Royal is outlined emphasizing the fact that there were two distinct advances of a nepheline syenite rocks which are definitely known to belong to the older nepheline syenite and those known to belong to the younger are described separately.A number of types are described which belong either to the first or to the second intrusion, but whose relations Cited by: 2.

And it has a refractive index close to that of nepheline syenite, while outperforming talc and DE in terms of clarity, according to its producer.

The product is available in 2- 4- 6- and 9-micron sizes, with the grade Altiblock D specified as a talc replacement, and D as a DE replacement. Nepheline syenite is a quartz-free aluminium silicate consisting primarily of the Minerals Nepheline, Microcline and Albite.

Because of its extremely low melting point and High Alumina Content, Nepheline Syenite is used as a Glass Phase Promoter, a Ceramic Flux. States and to foreign destinations, including Canada and Mexico.

In pottery and glass, feldspar and nepheline syenite function as a flux. The estimated end-use distribution of domestic feldspar and nepheline syenite was glass, about 65%, and ceramic tile, pottery, and other uses, 35%. Nepheline syenite is often favored over feldspar in coatings because it is silica-free and is an effective alkaline in-can buffer.

If an exterior coating is sufficiently permeable, however, the nepheline component is subject to attack by acid rain and acidic atmospheric.

The nepheline syenite (NS) sample used in this study was collected from Koraput district of Odisha, India. The ore was crushed, ground and sieved to B.S.S. mesh. Nepheline (Na;K)AlSiO4 °c Mineral Data Publishing, version Crystal Data: Hexagonal. Point Group: 6: As stout six- or twelve-sided prisms, terminated.

Nepheline Syenite is processed to a top size of approximately microns. Logistics limitations, international restrictions and minimum order quantities may apply for select products.

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Carbonatites, nepheline syenites, kimberlites and related rocks in British Columbia. [Jennifer Pell; British Columbia. Geological Survey Branch.; Canada/British Columbia Mineral Development Agreement.].Trip Date: Summer Nepheline Syenite Along the York River, Dungannon Township, Ontario, Canada Over the past several years, my son, Adam, and I have traveled to the wilds of one of the finest rock collecting areas on planet Earth.