"The purpose of this thesis, as originally planned, was to determine the effect produced by certain substances called electrolytes upon the mill product known as "slimes". The subject presented an ever increasing number of new problems as it progressed and some work along the line of several of these branches is embodied in the following pages. Reports of investigation and behavior of slimes when treated for quick settlement are few and unsatisfactory. Our results may prove nothing already unknown, but the fact that so little data is easily accesible sic has been the motive for this thesis"--Preface, page 1.
B.S. in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
i, 11 pages
© 1909 W. S. Hall and J. C. Compton, All rights reserved.
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Hall, William Simpson and Compton, James Crawford, "A study of the settlement of slimes" (1909). Bachelors Theses. 203.