By Syd Mitchell, K.O.I. Instructor
There are over 200 types of zeolite. Forty-eight occur naturally and the rest are man-made. They have a curious micro porous structure known as a “molecular sieve” In simple terms they can be thought of as being full of countless tiny holes, the size of molecules, that can hold a whole range of different molecules, but only one at a time.
This publication is a Handbook of Common Calculations by the Louisiana Agricultural Experiement Station Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service. This booklet is 60 pages of useful stuff!
by: Spike Cover, June 8, 2010
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