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Question by  saiju (8)

What is marble dust?


Answer by  Worksforme (467)

It is a neutral base calcium carbonate that is naturally in limestone. When the quarries cut the limestone it leaves a dust. This dust is used in many products that we use today.


Answer by  zex2911 (9)

marble dust is a pure white calcite, and it's used in place of whiting in low-priced paste paint, because it's cheap, and absorbs less oil in grinding than whiting.


Answer by  dhuoda (1431)

It is powder of calcium carbonate which is usually white. It is used by artists as an ingredient in their paints, especially white paints, or various kinds of plaster. Sometimes it is more coarsely ground and can be added to give a gritty texture to the surface of a work of art or fresco.


Answer by  dcrusher59 (590)

Is the crushed by products of of type of rock made from limestone. It is mostly calcite. It is used in sculpting, building and as a filler product.


Answer by  tenna (25)

Marble dust or marble powder is very finely crushed marble. Marble dust has a lot of different uses that you might never even think about. For example marble dust is used in things such as paper, cosmetics, and toothpaste. One use that marble is used for in some art supplies.


Answer by  kilpaba (5)

Marble dust is the left over dust and shavings from the processing of marble. It can be collected and reused to make lesser quality but cheaper marble products.

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