Can I use Seawater in my Greenhouse

Can I use Seawater in my Greenhouse

How do Seawater Greenhouses Work? A seawater greenhouse is a type of greenhouse technology that utilizes seawater to grow crops in arid or desert regions. It combines two main elements: the greenhouse structure and the seawater desalination process. Here’s how a seawater greenhouse typically works: 1. Greenhouse Structure: The greenhouse is designed to provide a … Read more

What is the Role of Water in Lithium Mining

Balancing Resource Extraction and Water Sustainability Lithium, a key component in batteries that power electric vehicles and store renewable energy, has become increasingly vital in our pursuit of a sustainable future. As demand for lithium rises, so does the importance of understanding and addressing the environmental impact of its extraction. One critical aspect of lithium … Read more

Direct Lithium Extraction (DLE)

Direct Lithium Extraction (DLE) is an innovative method of extracting lithium from brine or other lithium-rich sources without the need for traditional evaporation ponds. Unlike conventional lithium extraction processes, which rely on the natural evaporation of water to concentrate lithium, DLE techniques offer a more efficient and environmentally friendly approach. The traditional lithium extraction process … Read more

Soluble Metal Xanthates and their Effect on Differential Flotation

Table of Contents It is generally conceded by flotation men that the condition at the surface of a particle of mineral or gangue is the most important factor controlling its behaviour in a flotation cell. Much research work has been devoted to the study of the forces that are active at the surface of the … Read more


In the examination of an undeveloped prospect a decision must be arrived at from an inspection of the outcrops and the exposures in a few shallow pits. Prospects that are offered for sale rarely expose any important quantity of good ore, work having usually been stopped when the immediate exploration no longer yielded favorable results. … Read more

Diamond Drilling

Table of Contents In approaching the subject of diamond-drilling practice, a brief history of the origin and development of the diamond drill may be of interest. The use of black diamonds for boring holes in rock was discovered in 1863 by Rudolph Leschot, a French engineer. In 1864, he employed a diamond bit to bore … Read more


Table of Contents Frequently the careful engineer puts the word porphyry in quotation marks or precedes it with “so-called,” when he writes of the Porphyry Copper mines. This is done by way of serving notice that he is aware that the term is not a precise one, though no one who is informed on the … Read more

Metallurgy Problems

While reflecting on the subject of my present paper, I soon realized that it would be very difficult to say something really new about any special aspects of metallurgy. In consideration of the excellent scientific work that has been done in the United States in connection with almost all the fundamental questions that are of … Read more

Gold Alloy Melting and Casting

Table of Contents The problem of scrap is probably of greater importance in the production of gold, silver and other precious metal alloys than is the case for base metals and alloys. Remelting of gold and silver scrap in the shop is always a costly process because it involves losses by oxidation of the base … Read more

Method for Estimating the Efficiency of Pulverizers

Table of Contents Grinding costs are an important item in cement manufacture, and the cost of power is one of the large items in grinding costs. Even where power is of secondary importance, cost items dependent on mill capacity are influenced by the efficiency with which the mill uses power. Tube mills typify the grinding … Read more