"The object of this research was to study the basic principles and optimum conditions for the deleading of commercial zinc sulfide concentrates by sublimation of the lead in the form of a sulfide. Present commercial practice conducts this sublimation in hearth roasters. This research considered only the variables affecting sublimation of the lead sulfide, not the types of applicable equipment, or other possible processes. However, the laboratory conditions were at least partially similar to those that could be obtained in commercial practice"--Object, page 1.
Morris, Thomas M.
Materials Science and Engineering
M.S. in Metallurgical Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
vi, 53 pages
© 1956 Larry Leroy Gidley, All rights reserved.
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Gidley, Larry Leroy, "A study of the deleading of zinc sulfide concentrates" (1956). Masters Theses. 2579.