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Manganese Availability - Market Economy Countries: A Minerals Availability Program Appraisal

Description: Report issued by the U.S. Bureau of Mines discussing the worldwide availability of manganese. As stated in the introduction, "the purpose of this report is to evaluate selected domestic and market economy country resources of manganese for metallurgical application. Individual mine and deposit evaluations were performed on the basis of tonnage, grade, and cost of production" (p. 2). This report includes tables, illustrations, and a map.
Date: 1984
Creator: Coffman, Joseph S. & Palencia, Cesar M.
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Investigation of Manganese Deposits, Hodgdon and Linneus Townships, Southern District, Aroostook County, Maine

Description: Report issued by the Bureau of Mines over manganese deposits of Aroostook County, Maine. As stated in the introduction, "the work was undertaken to determine the extent of deposits largely concealed under glacial drift and to obtain subsurface sampled for manganese mineral identification and research in ore dressing and extractive metallurgy" (p. 1). This report includes tables, maps, and illustrations.
Date: 1962
Creator: Earl, Kenneth M. & Eilertsen, Nils A.
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Investigation of Manganese Areas, Hammond Plantation and Hodgdon Townships, Southern District, Aroostook County, Maine

Description: Report issued by the Bureau of Mines over studies conducted on manganese deposits of Aroostook County, Maine. Descriptions of the deposits, and the results of the study are presented. This report includes tables, maps, illustrations, and photographs.
Date: April 1958
Creator: Eilertsen, Nils A.
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Maple Mountain-Hovey Mountain Manganese Project, Central District, Aroostook County, Maine

Description: Report issued by the Bureau of Mines over studies conducted on manganese deposits in the Maple Mountain and Hovey Mountain area. The history, character, and physical descriptions of the deposits are presented. This report includes tables, maps, illustrations, and photographs.
Date: November 1952
Creator: Eilertsen, N. A.
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Manganese Investigations - Metallurgical Division: 8. Pyrometallurgical Studies of Manganese Ore

Description: Report issued by the U.S. Bureau of Mines on investigations conducted on manganese ore used for smelting. Experimental methods and results are presented. This report includes tables, and a photograph.
Date: March 1942
Creator: Miller, Virgil; Petermann, F. B.; Pike, J. A. & Peterson, R. G.
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Manganese: Its Occurrence, Milling, and Metallurgy; Part 1

Description: Report issued by the U.S. Bureau of Mines discussing the "occurrence, milling, and metallurgy of manganese in the United States" (p. 1). Different properties and compounds of manganese are also discussed. This report includes a map, tables, illustrations, and photographs.
Date: May 1934
Creator: Dean, Reginald S.; DeVaney, Fred D. & Coghill, Will H.
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Transuranic interfacial reaction studies on manganese oxidemineral surfaces

Description: Several DOE sites have been contaminated by transuranicradionuclide (TRU) discharges including neptunium and plutonium. Theirinteraction with the surrounding geological media can affect thetransport and remediation of these radionuclides in the environment.Manganese based minerals, present as minor phases in the vadose zone, canpreferentially sequester TRU over other minerals present in largerquantities. The objective of this project is to understand theinteractions between plutonium and neptunium and manganese oxyhydroxideminerals to predict potential hazards they represent to the environment,as well as to provide important scientific information for the design ofeffective remediation strategies for contaminated DOE sites.
Date: May 15, 2002
Creator: Shaughnessy, Dawn A.; Nitsche, Heino; Serne, R. Jeffrey; Shuh,David K.; Waychunas, Glenn A.; Booth, Corwin H. et al.
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Manganiferous and Ferruginous Chert in Perry and Lewis Counties, Tennessee

Description: From abstract: Perry and Lewis Counties, east of the Tennessee River, in west-middle Tennessee, are underlain by nearly flat-lying rocks of Paleozoic age, with Mississippian cherty limestones forming the greater part of the surface of the western Highland Rim Plateau ridges. Near the summits of the ridges there is a fairly definite horizon in the chert that contains manganese and iron oxides in varying degrees of concentration. Weathering of the mineralized chert has produced widespread float on the hill slopes and in the beds of small spring branches, and the presence of this float, some of it rich enough for metallurgical manganese ore, has encouraged a search for promising deposits in place. In the present study 52 localities where the mineralized beds crop out or have been prospected were examined.
Date: 1943
Creator: Burchard, Ernest F.
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Manganese Resources of the Artillery Mountains Region, Mohave County, Arizona

Description: From introduction: The sampling on which the estimates of ore reserves in this report are partly based was done by Lasky and Roberts. The text was written by Lasky, who, except where otherwise noted, is responsible for any descriptions, comments, and conclusions concerning the area beyond the limits of the Hanna holdings, as well as for all statements concerning reserves and recommendations for future prospecting.
Date: 1949
Creator: Lasky, Samuel G. & Webber, B. N. (Benjamin Nevitt), 1899-
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Manganese Deposits in the Drum Mountains, Juab and Millard Counties, Utah

Description: From abstract: The Drum Mountains are in west-central Utah 30 miles northwest of Delta, between the Sevier Desert on the east and Whirlwind Valley on the west. It is a typically barren desert range comprising a westward-tilted structural unit in which is exposed as much as 9,000 feet of quartzite (Cambrian and Precambrian?) and 3,000 feet of carbonate rocks of Cambrian age. These beds, which strike northward and dip west, are cut by myriad east- to northeast trending faults with displacements of a few feet to a few thousand feet. Quartz monzonite dikes, pebble dikes, and vein deposits are present locally along the faults. The Cambrian rocks are overlain unconformably by volcanic rocks of probable Tertiary age.
Date: 1961
Creator: Crittenden, Max D., Jr.; Straczek, John A. & Roberts, Ralph Jackson
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Investigation of the Black Wonder Manganese Deposits, Santa Clara and Stanislaus Counties, California

Description: Report issued by the Bureau of Mines over manganese deposits of Santa Clara and Stanislaus Counties. As stated in the introduction, "the geology is outlined, ore deposits are described and work performed by the Bureau of Mines is covered in detail and supplemented by assay maps and figures" (p. 1). This report includes tables, maps, and illustrations.
Date: September 1956
Creator: Volin, M. E.; Matson, E. J. & Trengove, R. R.
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Composition and Flow Behavior of F-Canyon Tank 804 Sludge following Manganese Addition and pH Adjustment

Description: The Site Deactivation and Decommissioning (SDD) Organization is evaluating options to disposition the 800 underground tanks (including removal of the sludge heels from these tanks). To support this effort, SDD requested assistance from Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) personnel to examine the composition and flow characteristics of the Tank 804 sludge slurry after diluting it 10:1 with water, adding manganese nitrate to produce a slurry containing 5.5 wt % manganese (40:1 ratio of Mn:Pu), and adding sufficient 8 M caustic to raise the pH to 7, 10, and 14. Researchers prepared slurries containing one part Tank 804 sludge and 10 parts water. The water contained 5.5 wt % manganese (which SDD will add to poison the plutonium in Tank 804) and was pH adjusted to 3, 7, 10, or 14. They hand mixed (i.e., shook) these slurries and allowed them to sit overnight. With the pH 3, 7, and 10 slurries, much of the sludge remained stuck to the container wall. With the pH 14 slurry, most of the sludge appeared to be suspended in the slurry. They collected samples from the top and bottom of each container, which were analyzed for plutonium, manganese, and organic constituents. Following sampling, they placed the remaining material into a viscometer and measured the relationship between applied shear stress and shear rate. The pH 14 slurry was placed in a spiral ''race track'' apparatus and allowed to gravity drain.
Date: November 30, 2005
Creator: Poirier, M. R.; Stallings, M. E.; Burket, P.R. & Fink, S. D.
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Effect of Structure on the Storage Characteristics of ManganeseOxide Electrode Materials

Description: Eleven types of manganese-containing electrode materialswere subjected to long-term storage at 55oC in 1M LiPF6 ethylenecarbonate/dimethyl carbonate (EC/DMC) solutions. The amount of manganesedissolution observed depended upon the sample surface area, the averageMn oxidation state, the structure, and substitution levels of themanganese oxide. In some cases, structural changes such as solvateformation were exacerbated by the high temperature storage, andcontributed to capacity fading upon cycling even in the absence ofsignificant Mn dissolution. The most stable materials appear to beTi-substituted tunnel structures and mixed metal layered oxides with Mnin the +4 oxidation state.
Date: January 31, 2006
Creator: Park, Yong Joon & Doeff, Marca M.
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Utilization of Manganiferous Iron Ores

Description: Technical paper issued by the Bureau of Mines over the use of manganese with iron ore. Different uses of the ore are presented and discussed. This paper includes tables, photographs, and illustrations.
Date: 1926
Creator: Joseph, T. L.; Royster, P. H. & Kinney, Selwyne P.
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