Prospecting for bauxite in the cover rocks, 1405 program
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Published by Riofinex Ltd. for the Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, Deputy Ministry for Mineral Resources in Jiddah .
Written in English


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Statementcompiled from file notes prepared by D.C. Smith.
SeriesOpen-file report -- RF-OF-06-15
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Open LibraryOL13914417M

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What is Bauxite? Bauxite is primarily a metallic mineral though it is also used as an industrial mineral. It is the only ore used for large scale aluminium production. Although aluminium is the most abundant metallic element in the earth’s crust constituting about 8%, it usually occurs in clays, soil and rocks that cannot be utilized for its extraction. Bauxite rocks are typically classified according to their intended commercial application: metallurgical, abrasive, cement, chemical, and refractory. Despite being present in such incredibly vast quantities on Earth, the metal never occurs on it's own in nature. Instead of . mining waste materials are PLK rock containing bauxite with kaolinite in varying proportions of colouring impurity minerals such as hematite, goethite and rutile. The PLK rock contains about 45 56% Al 2O 3, 30% Fe 2O 3, 3%TiO 2, 20 30% SiO 2 and 20 30% LOI. In spite, these PLK rock contain metallurgical grade Al 2O 3.   Bauxite is a rock that is mainly composed of various minerals. Most importantly, bauxite is the primary ore for aluminum. Aluminum is a very crucial element as its uses are varied and diverse.