Lifescience Global

Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences

Thermal Transformation of Indigenous Diaspore
Pages 143-145
Muhammad Ashraf Kamal, Syed Mumtaz Danish Naqvi, Syed Mohib Raza Kazmi, Kashif Riaz and Shaikh Mohiuddin

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6000/1927-5129.2015.11.20

Published: 26 February 2015

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Abstract: Indigenous diaspore is a high density hard mineral. It becomes harder on heating up to 550oC. The dispore has been characterized thermally by thermal gravimetric analysis and x-ray diffraction. Results show that the indigenous mineral increases its density after heating at various temperatures for 1 hour. Increase in density points out the increase in hardness due to the formation of a more crystalline compact material corundum using as abrasive.

Keywords: Diaspore, Corundum, TGA, XRD.

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