Dickite vs Kaolinite - What's the difference?

dickite | kaolinite |

Dickite is a see also of kaolinite.


As nouns the difference between dickite and kaolinite

is that dickite is (mineral) a phyllosilicate clay mineral chemically composed of aluminium, silicon, hydrogen and oxygen while kaolinite is (mineralogy) a common hydrous aluminosilicate mineral found in sediments, soils and sedimentary rocks, al]]2si2o5([[hydroxide|oh)4; one of the kaolin group of minerals.

dickite

English

Noun

(-)
  • (mineral) A phyllosilicate clay mineral chemically composed of aluminium, silicon, hydrogen and oxygen.
  • English eponyms

    kaolinite

    Noun

    (-)
  • (mineralogy) A common hydrous aluminosilicate mineral found in sediments, soils and sedimentary rocks, Al]]2Si2O5([[hydroxide, OH)4; one of the kaolin group of minerals.
  • See also

    *china clay *dickite *halloysite *nacrite