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Argillite - Wikipedia
Argillite (/ ˈ ɑːr dʒ ɪ l aɪ t /) is a fine-grained sedimentary rock composed predominantly of indurated clay particles. Argillaceous rocks are basically lithified muds and oozes . They contain variable amounts of silt -sized particles.
Montmorillonite - Wikipedia
Montmorillonite can be calcined to produce arcillite, a porous material. This calcined clay is sold as a soil conditioner for playing fields and other soil products such as for use as bonsai soil as an alternative to akadama. [citation needed] Medicine and pharmacology.
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ARCILITE Update Jan11th 2019 on Vimeo
ARCILITE Update January 11th 2019. Presidnet Trumps Government Shutdown Grocery Stores Kroger Tuesday Appointed a Leuteinets Meijer Thursday Panic, Riots and Looting Resturants Leos Coney Island Friday Need More Stock with an extra pantry All need additional security forces come Feb 1st 2019.
Arcilite -
More stupid questions, please bare with me, I have found Arcilite, sold as Profile Aquatic Plant Soil. is this a suitable alternative to Laterite? Grain size is that of a medium fine sand.Obviously I will mix it with a gravel, one I've found is a black volcanic gravel in a marine aquaria shop locally. It looks to be adequite.
Arcillite vs. montmorillonite clay - Tropical Fish Keeping ...
Arcillite is a calcined montmorillonite clay turface is arcillite (brand name for arcillite) montmorillonite clay is only beat by vermiculite for high