"The ENCINO CYANIDE PLANT was erected for the treatment of old accumulated tailings, which were worked by the "Patio" and "Cazo" processes. As with most accumulated tailings, which have been exposed to the action of the air for a considerable period, they have undergone changes, whereby, forming compounds which are highly detrimental to a solution of Potassium Cyanide and the direct cause of the present high consumption of Cyanide"--page 1.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Professional Degree in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
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© 1903 John A. Rogers, All rights reserved.
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Rogers, John A., "Cyanide practice" (1903). Professional Degree Theses. 192.