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Transactions of the INDIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY   Vol. 07  1948
SAND8-0THER THAN GLASS-SAND*
Dr. S. DEB,
Pages : 48-59
DOI : 10.1080/0371750X.1948.10877849
Abstract
The ultimate disintegration product of a rock or a mineral is generally known as sand. Particles finer than !~ in diameter are classed as sand for most of the practical purposes. Sands may be composed of particles of a single mineral or of a mixture of many minerals. Sands are as a rule represented predominantly by quartz, generally associated with silicate mineraL<> and sometimes with different ferrous and non-ferrous minerals. ['!'he mostly used Indian name of sand is "Balu", which derives its origin from Sanskrit Word "Balukana" which means sand.]
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