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  • Article - 20 Jun 2011
    It is a well-known fact that in the industrial minerals sector, mined raw material and processed limestone must be monitored on a routine basis in order to ensure constant composition and quality of...
  • Article - 7 Mar 2014
    Limestone is a sedimentary rock primarily made of minerals such as calcite and aragonite. Most limestone includes fossilized debris, shell fragments and other small fossils which are visible to the...
  • Article - 6 May 2013
    Limestone has found use as construction material, in the production of glass, mortar, cement and quicklime, as a basic aggregate in road construction.
  • Article - 8 Nov 2012
    The country of Malta is an archipelago located to the south of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea. The total area of the country is 316 km2, and it has a population of 409,836 as of July 2012. The...
  • Article - 19 Jun 2015
    Dolomite and limestone are two major types of carbonate rocks. Dolomite is predominately used as concrete aggregate, ornamental stone, and for magnesium production, whereas limestone is used as raw...
  • Article - 8 Nov 2012
    Lebanon is located between Syria and Israel bordering the Mediterranean Sea. The total area of the country is 10,400 km2, and it has a population of 4,140,289 as of July 2012. The country enjoys a...
  • Article - 16 Aug 2012
    Malawi is a landlocked country located in West Africa, and is bordered by Zambia to the east and Mozambique to the west and north.
  • Article - 15 Sep 2012
    Oman is a part of the Middle East countries and is located between Yemen and UAE.
  • Article - 23 Aug 2019
    In this article, we explore the ways in which water contaminated by mining can be purified and altered in order to make it drinkable.
  • Article - 13 Oct 2017
    Throughout history, coal-mining explosions have accounted for the deaths of thousands of workers as a result of the combustion of either methane gas or coal dust within the mine.