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ka•o•lin•ite



Pronunciation: (kā'u-lu-nīt"), [key]
n.
a very common mineral, hydrated aluminum disilicate, Al2Si2O5(OH)4, formed by the alteration of other minerals, esp. feldspar: the most common constituent of kaolin.

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