Minerals yearbook 1932-33 Year 1931-32 1933

Part of Minerals yearbook

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  1. [Title Page]
  2. Foreword
  3. Contents
  4. Introduction
  5. The status of the mineral industries
  6. Statistical summary of mineral production
  7. Gold and silver
  8. Copper
  9. Lead
  10. Zinc
  11. Lead and zinc pigments and zinc salts
  12. Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Utah, and Washington
  13. Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in California, Nevada, and Oregon
  14. Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, South Dakota, and Wyoming
  15. Gold, silver, copper, lead, and zinc in the eastern and central states
  16. Secondary metals
  17. Iron ore, pig iron, ferro-alloys, and steel
  18. Bauxite and aluminum
  19. Mercury
  20. Manganese and manganiferous ores
  21. Molybdenum
  22. Tungsten
  23. Tin
  24. Chromite
  25. Antimony
  26. Arsenic
  27. Radium, uranium, and vanadium
  28. Platinum and allied metals
  29. Minor metals
  30. Nickel
  31. Ore concentration
  32. Coal
  33. Coke and byproducts
  34. Recent developments in coal utilization
  35. Fuel briquets
  36. Crude petroleum and petroleum products
  37. Technical developments in petroleum and natural-gas production
  38. Petroleum-refinery technology
  39. Natural gas
  40. Natural gasoline
  41. Carbon black
  42. Asphalt and related bitumens
  43. Cement
  44. Dimension stone
  45. Crushed and broken stone
  46. Sand and gravel
  47. Gypsum
  48. Lime
  49. Clay
  50. Abrasive materials
  51. Sulphur and pyrites
  52. Salt, bromine, calcium chloride, and iodine
  53. Phosphate rock
  54. Fuller's earth
  55. Talc and ground soapstone
  56. Fluorspar and cryolite
  57. Feldspar
  58. Asbestos
  59. Barite and barium products
  60. Potash
  61. Magnesium and its compounds
  62. Mica
  63. Natural sodium compounds and boron minerals
  64. Precious and semiprecious stones (gem minerals)
  65. Safety in mining in 1932

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