Mineral Facts and Problems: 1960 Edition Page: 76
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MINERAL FACTS AND PROBLEMS, ANNIVERSARY EDITION
4. As a consequence of increased consump-
tion of organic compounds for insecticides, sev-
eral major producers have accumulated
abnormally high stocks of white arsenic in
some years. Lacking consumer markets, the
producers are frequently faced with the added
problems of disposal or of augmenting storage
facilities for a bulky and poisonous article.
1. CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATION.
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Bull. 739, February 1954, 28 pp.
2. COOK, F. C., and MCINDoo, N. E. Chemical, Physi-
cal, and Insecticidal Properties of Arsenicals.
Dept. Agriculture Bull. 1147, June 9, 1923, 58 pp.
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2, April 1956, pp. 239-242.
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7. STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK. College of Fores-
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10. WINTER, R. Recovery of Arsenic and Tin in the
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