1 edition of Recovering vanadium from dolomitic Nevada shale, by P.T. Brooks and G.M. Potter found in the catalog.
Recovering vanadium from dolomitic Nevada shale, by P.T. Brooks and G.M. Potter
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Recovering vanadium from dolomitic Nevada shale (OCoLC) Online version: Brook, Parkman T. Recovering vanadium from dolomitic Nevada shale (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Parkman T Brook; George M Potter; United States.
Bureau of. Abstract. The various process options available to recover vanadium from spent dehydrosulphurisation catalysts, sulphuric acid catalysts, and alumina sludge residues from the Bayer Process are reviewed, and the fate of other metal impurities such as Mo, Ni, Co, Al and Fe are by: Vanadium is a gray body-centered cubic metal.
When highly pure, it is very soft and ductile. Vanadium is widely distributed through out the earth, but in low abundance. Full text of "The Mining World Index of Current Literature" See other formats. SECTION Compiled by the American Ceramic Society AUTHOR INDEX FOR The reference number in parentheses refers to the monthly issue of Ceramic Abstracts; the number following is the page number.
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(Copper Ores), (Lead and Zinc Ores), (Mercury Ores), (Uranium and Vanadium Ores), and (Metal Ores, Not. United States localities are Magnet Cove, Arkansas, and Libby, Montana, where a variety carrying vanadium occurs.
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