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Rare-earth occurrences in the Pea Ridge tailings. by C.W. Vierrether and W.L. Cornell

Rare-earth occurrences in the Pea Ridge tailings. by C.W. Vierrether and W.L. Cornell

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Published by Dept. of the Interior in Washington .
Written in English


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ContributionsCornell, W.L.
The Physical Object
Pagination10 p.
Number of Pages10
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Open LibraryOL22020776M

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Vierrether, C.W. (Clarissa W.). Rare-earth occurrences in the Pea Ridge tailings (OCoLC) Material Type. Abstract Tailings from the Pea Ridge iron mine contain significant amounts of apatite, which has rare-earth element values associated with it.

In association with the recovery of rare-earth minerals as a secondary resource, the US Bureau of Mines conducted an investigation on the recoverability of the rare-earth minerals from the tailings. Rare-earth occurrences in the Pea Ridge tailings. [C W Vierrether; W L Cornell] Home.

WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search Book: All Authors / Contributors: C W Vierrether; W L Cornell. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche. Tailings from the Pea Ridge iron mine contain significant amounts of apatite, which has rare-earth element values associated with it.

In association with the recovery of rare-earth minerals as a secondary resource, the U.S. Bureau of Mines conducted an investigation on the recover ability of the rare-earth minerals from these by: 2.

Rare-earth occurrences in the Pea Ridge tailings / By C. (Clarissa W.) Vierrether, W. (William L.) Cornell and United States.

Tailings from the Pea Ridge iron mine contain significant amounts of apatite, which has rare-earth element values associated with it. In association with the recovery of rare-earth minerals as a secondary resource, the U.S.

Bureau of Mines conducted an investigation on the recoverability of the rare-earth minerals from these tailings. Silver recovery from cyanide tailings using an acidic NaCl-FeCl₂ leachant [microform] / by P.R.

Bremner; Rare-earth occurrences in the Pea Ridge tailings [microform] / by C.W. Vierrether and W.L. Cornell. Vierrether, C.W., Cornell, W.L. () Rare-Earth Occurrences in the Pea Ridge Tailings. United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Report of Investigations RI10 pages.

Nuelle, L.M. () Minerals of the Pea Ridge Mine, Washington County, Missouri. Vierrether, C W and Cornell, W L, Rare-earth occurrences in the Pea Ridge tailings, United States Departments of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Rep ort of Investigations10 p. the Pea Ridge tailings, which during bene ciation of the mag- (Vierrether and Cornell, ).

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