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Aluminous clay formations on Mars typically contain kaolinite, montmorillonite, beidellite, hydrous silica and, frequently, sulphates.
Montmorillonite is one of the most commonly used clay minerals in polymer nanocomposites, due to its low cost, high surface area, high aspect ratio, and low toxicity .
Alireza Khatayee, a member of the Scientific Board of Tabriz University, titanium dioxide nanoparticles stabilized on montmorillonite (MMT) bed were used in the production of the nanocomposite.
Of the four, the best candidate for a bio-based fire retardant, according to the researchers, appears to be 10 repeating bilayers of chitosan overlain by a mixture of DNA and montmorillonite.
Montmorillonite can adsorb organic materials either on its surface or within its inter-laminar spaces by an exchange of cations present in these spaces (Phillip et al.
However, exfoliating clay is difficult, and it is usually done by treating natural montmorillonite with a metal cation.
We recommend using virgin, untreated Montmorillonite clay, which has great therapeutic benefit.
In forming this wholly owned division to be called "Trace Elements Clay", The Company intends to focus on the probiotic nature of the clay as well as the toxin flushing benefit that the negatively ion-charged montmorillonite provides.