titaniferous


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ti·tan·if·er·ous

 (tīt′n-ĭf′ər-əs)
adj.
Containing or yielding titanium.

titaniferous

(ˌtaɪtəˈnɪfərəs)
adj
(Elements & Compounds) of or containing titanium; bearing titanium: a titaniferous ore.
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At the microscopic level, all Titanic headstone and Hanson quarry rocks have a cumulate texture, with cumulus grains of olivine, plagioclase, and titaniferous magnetite, and large intercumulus grains of augite (Fig.
The proposed project includes an open-pit mine, crushing facilities, an ore processing plant, a tailings storage facility that includes titaniferous magnetite storage bins, service buildings, maintaining a consistent access route and mine pit roads, handling, storage and transfer facilities of the apatite concentrate at the Port of Sept-EAles, and moving a section of the railway.
Evraz Highveld mines titaniferous magnetite ore at the Mapochs operation at Roossenekal in Limpopo and produces iron and steel products and vanadium-bearing slag at its steelworks at Witbank in Mpumalanga.
Their principal constituents include titaniferous augite, aegirine augite, hornblende, phlogopite, plagioclase (An 37-88), devitrified volcnic glass, noseam and olivine.
7% interest in private company Magpie Mines, working on the Magpie titaniferous magnetite deposits with historic resources of 1 billion mt at 43% Fe and 11% Ti[O.
The titaniferous magnetite is typical rather for magmatic than metamorphic rocks (e.
4b), indicates the absence of fine-grained phosphatic and titaniferous accessory minerals hosting these elements.
platinum, chromite, titaniferous magnetite and vanadium ores at Bushveld) and continental flood basalts (e.