Kaolin is a clay mineral It is a stacked up silicate layer with one tetrahedral sheet linked through oxygen to a single octahedral sheet of Alumina. Rocks that are prosperous in Kaolin contents are normally termed as china clay or kaolin.
Kaolin is one of the most well-known minerals; it is extracted as kaolin, in Brazil, France, USA, China, and most parts of the world. Kaolin is one of the commonest mineral forms found wide spread all over the world.
Kaolin has a low shrink well competence and a low cation exchange competence too. It is a squashy, earthy, habitually white mineral, fashioned by the chemical detritions of aluminum silicate minerals like the commonly known terms like the Felspar. Across the world Kaolin or kaolin are found in different color combinations, and most importantly orangish or even rusty brown depending on the levels of iron composition in the clay.