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The minimization of chlorate production during the electrolytic oxidation of molybdenite in aqueous brine solutions
AuthorBarr, Douglass Scott
AdvisorHendrix, James L.
Mining and Metallurgical Engineering
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Research determined the effect of solution parameters on by-product chlorate formation and the resulting loss in current efficiency associated with the United States Bureau of Mines electrooxidation process for the recovery of molybdenum from molybdenite.
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