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And floor tile (2). Talc is a more complex hydrous silicate. True talc is not fibrous, but platey. It is included in the asbestiform group because many commercial grades contain significant quantities of asbestos fiber, tremolite, anthophyllite or chrysotile, which accounts for their fibrous structure. Several sources of talc are completely nonfibrous. Talc (as well as asbestos) contains iron and other metal impurities. Talc is a relatively new reinforcing filler, used in polypropylene for high tempera­ ture strength, improved color, processing, and stability charac­ teristics.

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