Donald E Garrett's Handbook of lithium and natural calcium chloride : their PDF

By Donald E Garrett

ISBN-10: 0080472907

ISBN-13: 9780080472904

ISBN-10: 0122761529

ISBN-13: 9780122761522

This publication is worried with significant commercial minerals: Lithium and Calcium Chloride. The geology in their deposits is first reviewed, in addition to discussions of many of the significant deposits and theories in their starting place. the industrial mining and processing crops are subsequent defined, via a overview of the relatively huge literature on different proposed processing equipment. The extra vital makes use of for lithium and Read more...

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Even though the Dead Sea is located in one of the lowest valleys in the world, and in a very hot desert, the wind and humidity conditions are not sufficiently favorable to evaporate the brine to crystallize calcium and magnesium chloride salts as at the Salar de Atacama. , 1981). Chinese Dry Lakes In the high mountainous region of Tibet (Xizang) there are more than 57 highlithium playa lakes similar to those in the Puna or altiplano region of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Peru (Fig. 22). Geothermal springs with a high lithium content flow into most of the playa lakes, and it has been stated that 37 different ionic species are found in them, along with 27 different minerals in the playas (including many forms of borates).

The source of the various salts in Searles Lake, including the lithium has been fairly positively determined. First, as seen in Fig. 19 Searles Lake received most of its water and minerals from the Owens River. The Lake was usually the lowest and the final basin to receive Owens River water after it had accumulated the runoff and spring water from about 420 km along the east side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Water could overflow from Searles Lake into the Panamint Valley, and from there into Death Valley, but apparently when this occurred during the peak of the glacial periods the lake had stratified, and only fresh water overflowed.

Maximum Li 572 ppm. Several patents on lithium recovery ion exchange resins. c Only one sample. b other salts crystallize. Lake Abijdata in Ethiopia has similar brines and solar ponds, but is a much smaller soda ash operation. , 2000). There are several other solar evaporation or mineral recovery projects throughout the world with end-liquors that might also be considered for potential lithium recovery. Ore Deposits Theory of Origin The predominant type of lithium mineral formation is that of high-lithium pegmatites, although a few micas, clays and other minerals have been reported with a comparatively high lithium content.

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