nickeliferous

nick·el·if·er·ous

 (nĭk′ə-lĭf′ər-əs)
adj.
Bearing or containing nickel. Used of ores.

nickeliferous

(ˌnɪkəˈlɪfərəs)
adj
(Metallurgy) containing nickel
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Since the effect of nickeliferous mineral are unobserved in the sections studied, likely this element is replaced with the olivine structure.
Metallurgical tests commenced to determine nickel content and recoverability of sulphides in nickeliferous greenstone zones at Pembroke and Mt Cobalt;
Extraction and processing methods detailed include treatment of produced water by electrocoagulation, and reduction roasting of Greek nickeliferous laterites.
The new machines are designed for efficient excavation of nickeliferous ores at lower levels in the mine.
However, some species growing on nickeliferous soils have been found with Ni concentrations of 1000-35 000 [micro]g/g (0.
Kabanga forms part of a belt of nickeliferous mineralisation that stretches from the Ugandan border in the north to the shores of Lake Tanganyika in Burundi.
The reducibility of the Greek nickeliferous laterites: a review
Strong geological similarities evident between the AusNiCo projects and Avebury are expected to develop into an exploration strategy with wide ranging global implications in previously untested nickeliferous terranes.
At Thompson, magmatic nickeliferous sulphides are predominantly composed of pyrrhotite, pentlandite, chalcopyrite, and mackinawite.
The survey objectives were intended to locate and delineate potential zones of massive nickeliferous sulphide mineralization - both as extensions to known mineralization (including the Maskwa Deposit and the previously mined Dumbarton Deposit) which remain undiscovered due to their depth of burial, as well as at shallower depths elsewhere on the property.
The Goro project includes extensive deposits consisting of nickeliferous laterites with currently identified reserves of 165 million tons grading 1.