|Statement||by W. G. Rumbold.|
|Series||Imperial institute. Monographs on mineral resources with special reference to the British Empire|
|LC Classifications||TN490.N6 R8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 81 p.|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||23017318|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rumbold, W.G. Nickel ores. London, J. Murray  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. J.H. Weber, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, Nickel ores that can be mined economically are classified into two general groups: sulfides and laterites. The sulfide ores are typically found deep under the earth’s surface and are recovered by underground mining. Lateritic ores, formed by the weathering of exposed nickel-containing rocks, are primarily . The Nickel Ores of Sudbury, Canada. by Frossard, John D. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at curs in ores containing predominantly pyrrhotite and various non-sulRdes, some of which contain magne-sium (Table 1). The nickel content in such sulRde ores is generally low (}3%) and varies from place to place in the same deposit. The low nickel content of the present-day nickel sulRde ores renders themFile Size: KB.
Nickel ore: A sample of nickel ore from the Sudbury Igneous Complex. This is a specimen of pentlandite in pyrrhotite approximately four inches across. USGS image. Nickel ore from the Sudbury Igneous Complex. The massive nickel ore consists of the minerals pentlandite and pyrrhotite, which surround fragments of igneous, sedimentary, and. Electric smelting of low-grade nickel ores (OCoLC) Online version: Ravitz, S.F. Electric smelting of low-grade nickel ores (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: S F Ravitz; United States. Bureau of Mines. This bibliography of nickel includes articles and books on nickel and repr~ sents references available to the authors in Washington, D. C. References are listed by author, location, and subject. Coverage is probably most nearly com plete for publications on the geology and ore deposits of nickel, but an attemptAuthor: Ethel M. Pratt, Henry Rowland Cornwall. Nickel (Ni) is a transition element that exhibits a mixture of ferrous and nonferrous metal properties. It is both siderophile (i.e., associates with iron) and chalcophile (i.e., associates with sulfur). The bulk of the nickel mined comes from two types of ore deposits: laterites where the principal ore minerals are nickeliferous limonite [ (Fe.
Nickel ore is an uncommon ore that yields nickel and small amounts of platinum.. Obtaining. Nickel ore is about as common as gold ore, but it occurs at fewer levels (layers ).Veins of nickel ore are also relatively small. Nickel ore must be mined with an iron pickaxe or better. If it is mined, it drops itself as an item. Nickel is a silvery-white metal with a slight golden tinge that takes a high polish. It is one of only four elements that are magnetic at or near room temperature, the others being iron, cobalt and Curie temperature is °C ( °F), meaning that bulk nickel is non-magnetic above this temperature. The unit cell of nickel is a face-centered cube with the lattice Group: group This chapter describes nickel sulfide ores and provides an overview of the methods used to extract nickel and cobalt from these ores. Nickel sulfide ores occur as disseminated or massive ore bodies. All the nickel in nickel sulfide ores occurs in the mineral pentlandite hosted by silicate rock minerals referred to as gangue rock. About this book. Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts: Origin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex presents a current state of understanding on the geology and ore deposits of the Sudbury Igneous Complex in Ontario, Canada. As the first complete reference on the subject, Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts explores the linkage between the processes of meteorite .