At the beginning, I just thought it was a distinctive color (green) in the meaty granular soil, and it was really a stone, but when I looked at the data of the zeolite, I found that the guy was really too strong... Because it was backed by a very powerful family, the zeolite family. Green zeolite walked into the meaty granular soil circle, and faced with a large number of granular soil, said lightly, "I'm not aiming at you, I mean everyone here is garbage." yes, zeolite family is so powerful.
As for why zeolite is called zeolite, it will boil when it is burned. Uncle Lian Meng had seen the zeolite so fierce before, why does it feel so frustrated? He was also worried about whether the lower zeolite was actually not zeolite. Later, he saw it in 1688, and felt that it should be zeolite. But if you are worried about whether the turquoise will be so frustrated is not actually zeolite, then burn it, and the truth will come out.
Zeolite is a kind of ore, which was found in 1756. Cronstedt, a mineralogist in Sweden, found that there is a kind of aluminosilicate ore that will boil when it is burned (it has unique foaming characteristics when it is heated by blowing tube analysis), so he named the new mineral "zeoilte", or "zeolite"
Zeolite minerals are common in extrusive rocks, especially in pores of basalts, and also in sedimentary rocks, metamorphic rocks, hydrothermal deposits and some modern hot spring deposits. China is rich in zeolite resources. Since the discovery of Jinyun zeolite deposit in 1972, more than 400 deposits have been found in 22 provinces, cities and autonomous regions in succession, with a controlled prospective reserve of about 3 billion tons, ranking first in the world. Weichang County, Hebei Province is the area with high zeolite reserves in China, with more than 2 billion tons of zeolite reserves. (so zeolite is not so expensive... The cheap green zeolite on Taobao, 5 jin, 6.8 yuan package. )
Up to now, 43 kinds of zeolites have been found in the world, including mordenite, clinoptilolite and natrolite. Scientists have been devoted to the research of synthetic zeolite since 1930s. With the development of molecular sieve industry, there are more than 100 kinds of synthetic zeolite confirmed by International Zeolite Association (IZA), and new varieties are still emerging.