baryte


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baryte

[′ba‚rīt]
(mineralogy)
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The studies obtained by Robex reveal the shortage in supply of baryte for the projected projects, which, according to our president, has aroused interest in our strategically located orebody.
An analogous sandstone-hosted galena-calcite-fluorite mineralization zone is found in the Laisvall area in northern Sweden, where galena, calcite, and baryte act as cementing agents in Vendian and Lower Cambrian sedimentary rocks.
Mineral fillers and extenders include phlogopite mica, platy talc, barytes, and calcium carbonate.
Zemex Industrial Minerals displayed and provided literature on its lines of talc, mica, baryte, and feldspar additives.
La deuxieme societe miniere, denommee Societe nationale de la baryte (Barytal), a ete creee dans l'objectif d'assurer l'approvisionnement en barytine des filiales de Sonatrach operant dans le domaine du forage petrolier.
For example, Scotland turned down applications in the 1990s for the opening of a baryte mine in the Scottish Highlands and a hard rock aggregate super-quarry in the Hebrides in spite of the fact there were proven reserves, markets, local unemployment, and viable mining/quarrying plans.
These rocks have been subject to multiple episodes of brecciation and intense hydrothermal alteration resulting in a mineral assemblage consisting of variable proportions of silica, albite, sericite, carbonate (both calcite and ferroan dolomite are present), fuchsite, chlorite, pyrite, and baryte.
a wholly-owned subsidiary of Silver & Baryte Ores Mining Co.
Likewise, mining and marketing of barytes at Khuzdar, Balochistan, can be improved to enter the market of oil-producing countries in the Middle East.
BME (50:50 joint venture between PPL and the Government of Balochistan) sold a total of 12,378 tonnes of Barytes powder during the year and made a pretax profit of Rs.