Journal of Mining Science

, Volume 29, Issue 3, pp 301–306 | Cite as

Method and equipment for using explosive powders to extinguish ignitions during mining of fuels

  • V. D. Zakhmatov
  • V. K. Kedrin
  • A. A. Svintsov
  • V. G. Chernyi
Physical and Chemical Bases of Enrichment

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  • V. D. Zakhmatov
  • V. K. Kedrin
  • A. A. Svintsov
  • V. G. Chernyi

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