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Talc nanocrystals with unique properties produced within seconds
It takes millions of years until the natural clay mineral talc is produced hydrothermally under bedrock, but artificial synthesis can make this process a lot shorter. Synthetic talc has many advantages such as high purity and tunable properties. In the journal Angewandte Chemie, French scientists introduce a laboratory synthesis of talc, which needs only seconds and produces nanocrystals with unique properties useful in many applications.
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