Minerals | March 2018 - Browse Articles

Minerals, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Diatomite, a rock formed by the accumulation of opaline diatom frustules, is a preferred raw material for the manufacturing of filters.

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Upcoming Project | Gujarat Mineral Development Corporation Ltd

Fluorspar Beneficiation plant Govt. of Gujarat accorded approval to GMDC for setting up of Fluorspar Beneficiation plant at Kadipani, Taluka Kawant, Dist. Chhotaudepur in JV with M/s.

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Chemistry of alumina, reactions in aqueous solution and its ...

Due to the presence and significance of alumina in the natural aquatic environment and its increasing application in drinking and wastewater purification, the knowledge of the structure of alumina and its possible interactions with organic and inorganic compounds in water are of great importance.

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A review on the utilization of fly ash - ScienceDirect

Fly ash, generated during the combustion of coal for energy production, is an industrial by-product which is recognized as an environmental pollutant.

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Ambassadors | XXII Meeting of the International Mineralogical ...

Australia. My research interests focus on determining the thermoelastic properties and crystal chemistry of a range of minerals which are of interest in a variety of environmental, planetary geology and industrial settings.

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"Rex Research -- The Civilization Kit"

Rex Research was established in 1982 by Robert A. Nelson to archive and distribute " InFolios " -- Information Folios -- of collected Articles about suppressed, dormant, or emerging Sciences, Technologies, Inventions, Theories, Therapies, & other Alternatives that offer real Hope & Choices to help Liberate Humanity from its Stupidity and the evile Pornocracy of Psychopaths .

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Thermal and catalytic pyrolysis of plastic waste - SciELO

1.1.1 Thermal pyrolysis. The pyrolysis of waste plastics involves the thermal decomposition in the absence of oxygen / air. During the pyrolysis, the polymer materials are heated to high temperatures and thus, their macromolecules are broken into smaller molecules, resulting in the formation of a wide range hydrocarbons.

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