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Leaching of uranium from Elliot Lake ore in the presence of bacteria: M38-8/4E-PDF

"Testing by the Departments of Mines and Technical Surveys and of Agriculture showed that mine water and slope ore from Denison Mines contained bacteria belonging to the Ferrobacillus-Thiobacillus group. Percolation leach tests showed that the bacteria promote the production of an acid-oxidizing solution effective in leaching, whereas in the absence of bacteria no leaching of the uranium occurred"--p. 64.

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Department/Agency Natural Resources Canada. Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources. Mines Branch.
Title Leaching of uranium from Elliot Lake ore in the presence of bacteria
Series Title Reprint series ;
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Format Electronic
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Note Cover title. "Reprinted from Canadian Mining Journal, May 1966." "Paper presented at August 1965 Conference of Metallurgists, CIM, in Ottawa"--p. 64. Historical publication digitized from print 2017 [by Natural Resources Canada].
Date 1966]
Number of Pages 64-67 p. :
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  • M38-8/4E-PDF
Departmental Catalogue Number 300083
Subject Terms Minerals, Bacteria, Chemistry