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|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8821|
|Contributions||Riley, J., Edlund, V., Nissen, W.|
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SHAFT FURNACE REDUCTION-OXIDATION ROASTING OF PELLETIZED ALUNITE DUST By J. Riley, 1 V. Edlund/ and W. Nissen3 ABSTRACT The Bureau of Mines investigated a promising new technology for recov ering Al20 3 from alunite to support the Bureau's alumina miniplant proj : J.
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