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  • Article - 16 Jul 2012
    There are some elements and resources which are commonly known to be rare. However, there are some lesser known elements which are becoming increasing scarce on the world market.
  • Article - 6 Aug 2012
    Bolivia is located in Central South America to the southwest of Brazil. It is the 28th largest country in the world with an area of 1,098,581 km2. As per 2011 estimates, it has a total population of...
  • Article - 10 Oct 2012
    Morocco, with a total population of 32,309,239 as of July 2012, is located in Northern Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, between Algeria and Western Sahara. The...
  • Article - 18 Jan 2013
    Stibiotantalite is a member of Cervantite family. It was first discovered in Greenbushes tin placers of Wodgina district in Western Australia. It was named from the Latin for antimony, STIBIum, in its...
  • Article - 25 Mar 2014
    Native metal is the uncombined form of metal that occurs in nature. It is the pure, metallic form that does not occur in combination with other elements. Native metals are either found as native...
  • Article - 10 Jan 2014
    Bioleaching or microbial ore leaching is a process used to extract metals from their ores using bacterial microorganisms. The bacteria feed on nutrients in the minerals causing the metal to separate...
  • Article - 26 Jul 2018
    Since its introduction around 4,000 years ago, coal – a naturally occurring combustible solid – has been utilized as a fuel source for heating and cooking and, in more recent times, for the generation...
  • Article - 14 Nov 2012
    Armenia is a landlocked nation located in southwestern Asia between Azerbaijan and Turkey.
  • Article - 10 Oct 2012
    Kyrgyzstan, with a total population of 5,496,737 as of July 2012, is located in Central Asia, to the west of China and south of Kazakhstan. The country experiences subtropical, temperate and dry...
  • Article - 13 Sep 2012
    Throughout history, gold (Au) has been a very valuable metal because of its monetary worth and unique physical and chemical properties; it is chemically stable (does not oxidize, unlike other metals)...