Paper making and fiber liberation – Processes of chemical liberation – recovery or purification... – Mineral fibers
106306, 162 80, 162153, 423167, 427255, 428443, 501 95, C03B 3700
There is disclosed chemically modified chrysotile asbestos fibers, more particularly phosphated asbestos fibers containing from 0.5 to 5% by weight of phosphate groups and heat treated phosphated asbestos fibers, both of which have an infrared spectrum which exhibits substantially no absorption within the range of 954-1080 cm.sup.-1. The novel phosphated asbestos fibers are characterized by reduced haemolytic and cytotoxic activities.
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Lalancette Jean M.
McCarthy Helen M.
Societe Nationale de l'Amiante
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