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Posted: 18/03/2020 09:16:33
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From the Job lots which were from the Jake Almond Collection I  still have a lot of items  left . . I am now offering these  as individual items.with my only need to cover post and packing charges . if you would like anything please get in touch otherwise I will look dispose of what's left 
The items are as follows 

from the Aluminium Development association
1) The Machining of Wrought Aluminium Alloys Bulletin 7- 1945
2) Riveting of Wrought Aluminium Alloys Bulletin 8 -1946
3) Spinning & Panel-beating of Aluminium Alloys Bulletin 9 -1946
Aluminium Federation

5)British Aluminium Company
6) Aluminium in the Chemical and Food Industries

Department of National Development , Bureau of Mineral Resources Geology and Geophysics. Extracts from Australian Mineral Industry , The Mineral Deposits. All Bulletin No 72 1965
7) Arsenic
8) Asbestos
9) Barite
10) Bentonite and Fuller's Earth
11) Bismuth
12) Clays
13) Diatomite
14) Felspar and Cornish Stone

16) Flotation of Zinc and lead Oxide - Sulphide Ores with Chelating Agents  G Rine;;i and A  M Marabinin  - International Mineral Processing Conference 1973
17) The Production of Nickel from Canadian  Sulphide Ores - International Nickel
18) occasional papers of the IMM - Nickel a Commodity  review  D L Buchanan
19)Russel Constructions Ltd , Technical Literature

 Ninth Commonwealth Mining and Metallurgical Conference 1969
21) Paper 18  beach Mining at Consolidated Diamond Mines  Of South West Africa Borchers, Stocken, Dall
22) Paper 27 offshore Production Facilities in the North Sea, baldwin
23) Paper 35 Removal of Pyrite  from cape breton Coals destined for use in the metallurgical  Processes JH Walsh

24)  The Mond Platinum metals Refinery - International Nickel
25) Lithium A Materials Survey  Albert Schreck - US Dept of Interior , Bureau of Mines  1961
26) Armeens (Aliphatic Amines)  duomeens  armacs duomacs 1970

28) Metal Consumption in The mechanical  process of Crushing and Grinding  at metal Mines In Canada
29) The Uranium EnrichmentIndustry  Dr D G Avery  & Dr R B Keyhoe british Nuclear Fuels

IP: Edited: 18/03/2020 15:30:36 by Moorebooks
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