Papers relating to the Monk-Irwin Process

Made:
1925-1928
maker:
Laporte Industries Ltd.

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A collection of papers relating to the unsuccessful Monk-Irwin process for producing titanium dioxide pigment from ilmenite. This includes material from B Laporte detailing the resources required to make use of this method and also comparing it to existing ones. There are also reports from Canada on the Ivry mine, where the ilmenite deposit was, along with laboratory work and a drawing of a proposed plant.

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Extent:
25 items
Identifier:
MS/1946
Access:
Open Access

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