Canadian zeolites

By John Ollett
Published: Tuesday, 03 July 2012

Canadian Mining Inc.’s Sun Group project in British Columbia, Canada, is looking to exploit zeolites, a group of 48 natural minerals whose use increased dramatically during the 20th Century. Zeolites’ benefits lie in their adsorption and cation exchange capacity (CEC), which results from their crystalline structure.

Canadian Mining Inc.’s Sun Group project in British Columbia, Canada, is looking to exploit zeolites, a group of 48 natural minerals whose use increased dramatically during the 20th Century. Zeolites’ benefits lie in their adsorption and cation exchange capacity (CEC), which results from their crystalline structure.

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