Clay is composed of a mixture of finely grained silicate minerals created from the erosion of igneous and metamorphic rock. When water is added, clay has a characteristic plasticity.
Clay is a fine-grained natural rock or soil material that combines one or more clay
minerals with traces of metal oxides and organic matter. Clays are plastic due ...
Apr 27, 2010 ... Where does clay come from? Clay is a soft, loose, earthy material containing
particles with a grain size of less than 4 micrometres (μm). It forms ...
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Feb 19, 2015 ... We take a trip to Medicine Hat Alberta to Plainsman Clay to pick up some clay.
Tim Lerner gives us a tour of the plant.
Reply to ASK-AN-EARTH-SCIENTIST. Subject: Clays in Soils. Where does clay
come from? How can I identify clay in soil? How does one purify it for use?
Since the first piece of clay fell into a fire and was transformed into a glasslike
material, people have used clay for domestic wares, ritual tokens, and decorative
Jul 19, 2012 ... If there is any time left over after a workshop, I often like to have a question and
answer session with the children. I always get asked "How do ...
Clay is a special kind of earth which is made by the decomposition of rocks
through the action of weathering. What does that mean? Well basically, over time,
Clay is very fine particles of dirt which float in a stream or river and then sink to
the bottom, where they press on each other and stick together. You generally find
Where does clay come from? Clay is found in abundance all over the globe and
most countries use clay to produce bricks for domestic construction purposes.