TECHNOLOGY

Molten salt used in mineral processing

The University of South Australia has formed a collaborative research funding partnership with Centrex Metals in a bid to significantly reduce energy and water usage, and therefore the cost of mineral processing using molten salts

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University of South Australia associate professor Frank Bruno

University of South Australia associate professor Frank Bruno

The research, based around the Oxley potassium project in Western Australia and undertaken by UniSA’s School of Engineering and Future Industries Institute, will expand current molten salt research for...

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