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Abstract

Phosphates, compounds of the element phosphorous, are produced from relatively abundant supplies of phosphate rock.

Keywords

Phosphoric Acid Phosphate Rock Phosphate Deposit Froth Flotation Beneficiation Plant 
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  • G. A. Gruber

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