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End markets give rare halloysite clay extra polish

By John Ollett
Published: Monday, 23 July 2012

Halloysite is traditionally viewed as a simple ceramic mineral, but great strides have been made recently to take advantage of halloysite’s unique mineral structure for end-uses that range from nail polish, to cancer cures and body armour.

Halloysite is traditionally viewed as a simple ceramic mineral, but great strides have been made recently to take advantage of halloysite’s unique mineral structure for end-uses that range from nail polish, to cancer cures and body armour.

Halloysite - a member of the kaolin family of aluminosilicates -...

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