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, Volume 37, Issue 6, pp 34–35 | Cite as

Nickel—1984

  • Barbara M. Baldessari
Process & Extractive Metallurgy Annual Review of Extractive Metallurgy—Supplement II
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Keywords

Nickel Sulfide Acid Pressure Leaching Trade Inventory Refined Nickel Acid Leach Process 
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    P.B. Quenean, R.E. Doane, M.W. Cooperrider, M.H. Berggren, and P. Rey, “Behavior of Magnesium Sulfate During Acid Pressure Leaching of Nickeliferous Laterite Ore,” paper presented at 113th SME/AIME Annual Meeting, Los Angeles. California, Febuary 1984.Google Scholar
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    Jack Rogers, “Marinduque Eyes Acid Leaching for Nickel,” American Metal Market, October 23, 1984, pp. 1 and 11.Google Scholar
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  • Barbara M. Baldessari

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