Is Zeolite a clay?

Answer Zeolite is a crystalline mineral that is porous in structure, yet remains rigid when in water. The mineral forms in the cavity of volcanic rocks due to a low grade metamorphism. Zeolites are not cl... Read More »

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What Is Zeolite Clay?

Zeolite is an alumino-silicate mineral with a porous crystalline structure that stays hard in water. There are approximately 50 types of zeolite, each with its own chemical and physical properties.... Read More »

How to Make Clay Slip and Paper Clay to Correct Cracks in a Sculpture?

Paper clay is a form of clay used in pottery to which strips of paper is added. The paper reinforces the clay, making it much stronger once it dries. The paper clay can be used to create a sculptur... Read More »

Where does zeolite come from?

Zeolite is a type of volcanic rock. It is formed naturally in the cavities of lava flows and in plutonic rocks made from magma that has cooled. It is porous and crystalline, and used mainly as a co... Read More »

What is the pH of zeolite?

Different zeolite types crystallize at slightly different pH values. The range of values is quite small, falling roughly between 11.3 and 14.1. Mordenite crystallizes at lower values while faujasit... Read More »