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Dolomite Uses is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Dolomite Uses books and related discussion.
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- Category Title NFR: 2.A.3 Limestone and dolomite use SNAP
- 2.A.3 Limestone and dolomite use.
- TSD MiscellaneousCarbornates 1-22-09
- Jan 22, 2009 Technical Support Document: Limestone and Dolomite Use. (Except in Cement, Lime, and Glass Manufacturing).
- This document is part of a larger publication and is subject to the
- and from a number of localities in the Bathurst and. Cudgegong–Mudgee areas ( Figure 14). Table 8.
- INDUSTRIAL PROCESSES
- 2.5 Limestone and Dolomite Use. 2.
- OSBORNE MATERIALS COMPANY'S DRUMMOND DOLOMITE
- water transportation, which the company uses exclusively. Drummond Dolomite loads 85 to. 90 ships a year with material it ships to ports in.
Suggested Web Resources
- Dolomite Mineral | Uses and Properties - GEOLOGY.COM
- The uses and properties of the mineral Dolomite Geology.com.
- Dolomite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Dolomite is a carbonate mineral composed of calcium magnesium carbonate CaMg(CO3)2.
- Complete Dolomite information from Drugs.com
- Dolomite has long been used as a source of calcium and magnesium for animal feeds.
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