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Talc Powder

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TALC is also written as H2Mg3(SiO3)4, which corresponds to 4.8% H2O; 31.7% MgO and 63.5% SiO2. It is essentially a secondary mineral formed by the hydrothermal actions and regional metamorphism of magnesium rich rocks like dolomite, pyroxenite, amphibolite, seerpentine, dunite and chlorite.
In pulverized form it is whiter in appearance. The compact variety of talc is called steatite or soapstone. The word soapstone has been named probably due to its soapy feel. The impure and hard variety is called potstone, which is mainly utilized for making carvings, models, decorative vases, utensils, pots and the like and hence the name potstone.
Talc is mostly used in pulverized form. About 90% of the world's production is pulverized for various applications and the remaining 10% is used in the form of bricks and blocks. Suitable lumps are picked up from the run-of-mine for making into blocks and cut into different sizes with the help of knives. Other materials are sold to pulverizers for resale to consumers. Talc is pulverized to varying fineness, from 200 mesh to 325 mesh. For the preparation of cosmetics, talc of over 300 mesh is required. The fine mesh sizes of 200 and over are prepared for use as filler in paper, rubber and textile depending upon the fineness required by the consumers. Market specifications are dependent upon the colour, fineness, chemical composition, oil absorption property and bulk density.
Talc powder is mainly used in Plastics, Paper, Paints, Cosmetics, Ceremic, Rubber, Textiles & many more


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