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  • Article - 21 Dec 2012
    Eitelite is a trigonal-rhombohedral mineral consisting of sodium, oxygen, magnesium and carbon. It was named after Wilhelm Eitel, Director, Institute of Silicate Research, University of Toledo, Ohio,...
  • Article - 21 Dec 2012
    Dolomite is a carbonate mineral consisting of calcium magnesium carbonate. It was first described as the ‘stinking stone’ by Belsazar Hacquet, an Austrian naturalist. Later, Déodat Gratet de Dolomieu,...
  • Article - 21 Dec 2012
    Callaghanite is monoclinic-prismatic mineral consisting of oxygen, magnesium, hydrogen, copper and carbon. It was named after Honors Dr. Eugene Callaghan, Director of the New Mexico Bureau of Mines,...
  • Article - 17 Nov 2012
    Serbia has a total area of the country is 77,474 km2. The country’s climate varies from continental to the Mediterranean according to the regions.
  • Article - 13 Sep 2012
    Porphyry deposits are very attractive exploration and mining targets due to their high tonnage and relatively easy open pit mining. They are commonly associated with porphyritic intrusive rocks, i.e.,...
  • Article - 13 Sep 2012
    Rare Earth Elements (REEs) are commonly used in consumer electronics such as televisions, cameras, and mobile phones, as well as automobile catalytic converters and rechargeable batteries due to their...
  • Article - 12 Jul 2012
    Ukraine, with a population of approximately 44 million in 2018, is located in Eastern Europe; bordering with Russia in the east and Poland, Romania and Moldova in the west.
  • Article - 1 Feb 2013
    Cordierite is a magnesium iron aluminium cyclosilicate mineral discovered in 1813. It was named after Pierre Louis A. Cordier, a French mining engineer and geologist who first described it.
  • Article - 8 Jan 2013
    Tremolite is a member of the amphibole group of silicate minerals. It is formed by metamorphism of quartz and dolomite-rich sediments. It was first discovered in 1789 in Campolungo, Piumogna Valley,...
  • Article - 22 Jun 2015
    Phosphate rocks are the major source of phosphorous containing materials for various industrial applications. One such phosphorous source is apatite, which contains a higher proportion of calcium...