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March 21st, 2006
Phase II Kaolinitic Clay Testing
i-minerals inc. (TSX-V: IMA) has received results for its second phase of kaolin testing from Ginn Mineral Technology, Inc. ("GMT") in Sandersville, Georgia.
The residual clay products could be building blocks for nano-composites. Both the initial and the current analytical work included SEM photomicrographs showing that the residual clays contain a significant portion of well-formed halloysite nanotubes.
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