Mechanochemical Activation of the Ore and Coal Tailings in the Desintegrators
Russia have a world lead in the reserves of ores of ferrous metals, zinc, nickel titanium, tantalum, ranks second in the reserves of tungsten, niobium, gold and platinum-group metals, and ranks third in the reserves of copper, lead, molybdenum and rare metals. But the slump of production when export developing of strategic sorts of mineral raw materials has rebounded Russia to the level of the developing countries. The most rough passage has the production of the strategically important metals: tungsten, molybdenum, tin, lead and zinc.
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