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Results from a UK e-Science project are helping to solve two pressing environmental problems. One finding could help to avoid arsenic contamination of drinking water extracted from man-made wells....
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This article discusses how to optimize oil, gas, and mining applications.
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Optimized analysis of drilling core sections plays a major role in mining and oil shale industries. Oil extraction from shale depends on locating optimal drilling sites and studying core samples to...
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The fact that Ferroplasma acidiphilum, a single-celled organism lacking a protective cell wall, is capable of living in sulfuric acid is already extraordinary. But what really makes the microbe unique...
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New, less costly solar cell materials can meet energy demand without depleting resources, study finds.
Unconventional solar cell materials that are as abundant but much less costly than...
News - 13 Jan 2017
The Geological Institute of Romania, located in Bucharest, was founded in 1906. It is famous for its museum which hosts a collection of more than 80,000 samples of rocks, fossils and minerals from all...
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Ionic liquids represent a potential, novel approach to processing numerous ore-types, including base and precious metal ores.
Olympus NDT XRF and XRD Analyzers provide fast, non-destructive (NDT) and accurate compositional analysis of materials. These qualitative and quantitative x-ray analysis techniques are used for...
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Harper International, world leader in custom-engineered thermal processing solutions for advanced materials, is proud to announce the completion of trials for cobalt-pyrite concentrate using a rotary...
News - 18 Jul 2019
Reducing the specific energy requirements from fine grinding by even a small amount is critical to cost savings and boosting the returns from mineral processing.
Glencore Technology has...