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  • What is mountaintop removal coal mining?

    iLoveMountains.org is the product of 14 local, state, and regional organizations across Appalachia that are working together to end mountaintop removal coal mining and create a prosperous future for the region.

  • Explosive material Wikipedia

    The largest commercial application of explosives is mining. Whether the mine is on the surface or is buried underground, the detonation or deflagration of either a high or low explosive in a confined space can be used to liberate a fairly specific sub-volume of a brittle material in a much larger volume of the same or similar material.

  • Mining Atomic Rockets

    Demandite is the word used by mineral economists to describe the materials that must be provided usually by mining to meet the needs of civilization.

  • Glossary of Mining Terminology Miners Museum

    Glossary of Mining Terminology After Damp Gasses resulting from underground combustion, normally carbon monoxide. This is a loose term implying any fatal gas in a mine after an explosion or fire.

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    Modern mining is an industry that involves the exploration for and removal of minerals from the earth, economically and with minimum damage to the environment.

  • Mining Britannica.com

    Mining: Mining, process of extracting useful minerals from the surface of the Earth, including the seas. A mineral, with a few exceptions, is an inorganic substance occurring in nature that has a definite chemical composition and distinctive physical properties or molecular structure.

  • Explosive chemical product Britannica.com

    Explosive: Explosive, any substance or device that can be made to produce a volume of rapidly expanding gas in an extremely brief period. There are three fundamental types: mechanical, nuclear, and chemical.

  • Mining water, effects, environmental, disasters, United ...

    Modern mining is an industry that involves the exploration for and removal of minerals from the earth, economically and with minimum damage to the environment.

  • The MSDS HyperGlossary: Explosive ilpi.com

    Entry in the Material Safety Data Sheet HyperGlossary at ILPI.

  • Dexpan Non-Explosive Demolition Agent 11 lb. bucket

    Concrete breaking, rock blasting and stone quarrying has never been easier with Dexpan Non-Explosive Demolition Agent. 11 lb. bucket fills up to 9 linear feet.

  • These are the world's 40 biggest mining companies MINING

    A lithium miner joins top ranks of listed mining firms for the first time as the price of the battery ingredient skyrockets.

  • These are the world's 40 biggest mining companies MINING

    A lithium miner joins top ranks of listed mining firms for the first time as the price of the battery ingredient skyrockets.

  • ANFO Wikipedia

    In the mining industry, the term ANFO specifically describes a mixture of solid ammonium nitrate prills and diesel fuel. Other explosives based on the ANFO chemistry exist; the most commonly used are emulsions.

  • SPACE MINING projectrho.com

    Demandite is the word used by mineral economists to describe the materials that must be provided usually by mining to meet the needs of civilization.

  • Cost-saving nanotechnology set to disrupt gold

    Typical gold mining operation. Photos and graphs by 6th Wave Innovations Corp.

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    A free online role-playing simulation game based on the Star Wars universe.

  • Mining Define Mining at Dictionary.com

    Mining definition, the act, process, or industry of extracting ores, coal, etc., from mines. See more.

  • Non-Explosive Actuators & Release Mechanisms

    Non-explosive actuators support safe handling and deployment and do not require the explosive-material precautions inherent of pyrotechnic actuators.

  • Glossary of Mining Terms rocksandminerals.com

    Back The roof or upper part in any underground mining cavity. Backfill Mine waste or rock used to support the roof after coal removal. Barren Said of rock or vein material containing no minerals of value, and of strata without coal, or containing coal in seams too thin to be workable.

  • Mining of Iron Ores ispatguru.com

    Mining of Iron Ores. Iron ore is a type of mineral and rock from which metallic iron is extracted economically. This ore is normally rich in iron oxides and vary in color from dark grey, bright yellow and deep purple to rusty red.

  • Dexpan Non-Explosive Demolition Agent 11 lb. bucket

    Concrete breaking, rock blasting and stone quarrying has never been easier with Dexpan Non-Explosive Demolition Agent. 11 lb. bucket fills up to 9 linear feet.

  • Glossary of Mining Terms Kentucky Coal Education

    A. Abutment In coal mining, (1) the weight of the rocks above a narrow roadway is transferred to the solid coal along the sides, which act as abutments of the arch of strata spanning the roadway; and (2) the weight of the rocks over a longwall face is transferred to the front abutment, that is, the solid coal ahead of the face and the back ...

  • Non-Explosive Actuators & Release Mechanisms

    Non-explosive actuators support safe handling and deployment and do not require the explosive-material precautions inherent of pyrotechnic actuators.

  • What is mountaintop removal coal mining?

    iLoveMountains.org is the product of 14 local, state, and regional organizations across Appalachia that are working together to end mountaintop removal coal mining and create a prosperous future for the region.

  • Glossary of Mining Terminology Miners Museum

    Glossary of Mining Terminology After Damp Gasses resulting from underground combustion, normally carbon monoxide. This is a loose term implying any fatal gas in a mine after an explosion or fire.

  • Cost-saving nanotechnology set to disrupt gold

    Typical gold mining operation. Photos and graphs by 6th Wave Innovations Corp.