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  • Article - 5 Aug 2013
    Arupite is a monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing phosphorus, oxygen, nickel, manganese, magnesium, iron and hydrogen. The mineral was first discovered in 1990 from the Santa Catherina iron...
  • Article - 19 Feb 2021
    Avio 500 ICP-OES accurately measures gold impurities as per ASTM B562-95, with low argon use and high stability for cost-effective analysis.
  • Article - 26 Aug 2019
    Electric cars will support the mining industry as they drive up demand for metals such as cobalt, nickel and lithium for batteries, as well as some rare earth metals.
  • Article - 18 Mar 2014
    The London Metal Exchange (LME), founded in 1877, is the world’s largest trading center of industrial metals. It provides futures contracts and options on a number of base and other metals.
  • Article - 4 Mar 2014
    Heap leaching is an industrial mining process of separating precious metals, copper and other minerals from ores. It involves a series of chemical processes through which the mineral ores are piled in...
  • 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 - 23 Mar 2022
    In a series of Q&As, Thermo Fisher Scientific discusses the challenges and opportunities associated with a shift towards greater sustainability within the mining industry, and the current prevailing...
  • Article - 17 Feb 2020
    The automotive industry and mining are intrinsically linked, even though it may not seem to be the case. The mining industry heavily relies on fossil fuels for its day-to-day operations but could take...
  • Article - 17 Feb 2020
    Laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is a rapid, minimally destructive chemical analysis technique that takes operational principles from atomic emission spectroscopy (AES). LIBS is a technique...
  • Article - 28 Jan 2020
    Since their discovery in 1991, carbon nanotubes have been developed for use in several applications.

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