Bureau of Mines / Minerals yearbook: Metals and minerals 1977
Year 1977, Volume 1 (1977)
Sibley, Scott F.
Cobalt, pp. 303-315 ff. PDF (1.6 MB)
COBALT liquid solvent extraction of cobalt from an acidic sulfate ore leach solution containing both cobalt and nickel. 1Physical scientist, Division of Ferrous Metals. 2lrving, R. V. Exotic Metals Prove Out for Sour Gas Tubing. Iron Age, v. 218, No. 21, Nov. 22, 1976, pp. 59-61. 3Agarwal, J. C., H E. Barner, N. Beecher, I). S. Davies, and R. N. Kust. Kennecott Process for Recovery of Copper, Nickel, Cobalt, and Molybdenum From Ocean Nodules. Pres. at AIME Ann. Meeting, Denver, Cob., Feb. 28 to 315 Mar. 2, 1978, Preprint No. 78-b-89, 6 pp. 4Wallis, P. B. High Temperature Corrosion Resistant Alloys. Turbomachinery Internat., v. 18, No.6, NovemberDecember 1977, pp. 52-54. 5Trainor, T. Cobalt P/M Insert Resists Wear. Am. Metal Market, v. 86, No. 35, Feb. 20, 1978, p. 18. 6American Metal Market. GTE Expects To Be Nation's First Major Producer of Cobalt Powder. V. 85, No. 123, June 27, 1977, p. 24. 7Van Cleave, D. A. Alloy Synthesis Creates a Noise Damping Material. Iron Age, v. 219, No. 13, Apr. 4, 1977, pp. 34-35.
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