Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook: Metals, minerals, and fuels 1972
Year 1972, Volume 1 (1972)
Hague, J. M.
Bismuth, pp. 211-216 PDF (566.5 KB)
216 MINERALS YEARBOOK, 1972 TECHNOLOGY A new microfilm process using a thin layer of bismuth on film was announced by Bell Laboratories.2 A centrifugation process for removing bismuth from lead was developed by the Federal Bureau of Mines.3 Australian research laboratories developed an electrometallurgical method for debismuthing lead.4 The thermodynamic, thermoelectric, electrochemical and alloying behavior of bismuth was studied and reported on in several papers.5 2American Metal Market. Bismuth is Key Material in New Microfilm Process. V. 79, No. 191Oct. 18, 1972, p. 9. Montagna, D., and J. A. Ruppert. Removing Bismuth From Lead With a Submersible Centrifuge. BuMines RI 7602, 1972, 10 pp. 4Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organization, Minerals Research Laboratories (Melbourne, Australia). Annual Report 1971—72. P. 22. Cadle, S. H., and S. Bruckenstein. Ring-Disk Electrode Study of the Reduction and Oxidation of Bismuth on Gold. J. Electrochem Soc., v. 119, No. 9, 1972, pp. 1166—1169. Cochrane, G., and W. V. Youdelis. Transport and Thermoelectric Properties of Bismuth and Bi-l2 At. Pct. Sb Alloy Powder Compacts. Met. Trans., v. 3, No. 11, 1972, pp. 2843—2850. Coyle, R. J., C. Vacha, and E. A. Peretti. Constitution of the Tin-rich and Bismuth-rich Regions of the Tin-Bismuth-Arsenic Ternary System. J. Less-Common Metals, v. 26, 1972, pp. 263—272. Ptak, W., and Z. Moser. The Thermodynamic Properties of the Zn-Sn-Cd-Bi Liquid Quaternary Solutions. J. Electrochem Soc., v. 119, No. 7, 1972, pp. 843—849.
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