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haematite

(ˈhiːməˌtaɪt; ˈhɛm-)
n
(Minerals) a variant spelling of hematite
haematitic adj
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Noun1.haematite - the principal form of iron orehaematite - the principal form of iron ore; consists of ferric oxide in crystalline form; occurs in a red earthy form
emery - a hard grey-black mineral consisting of corundum and either hematite or magnetite; used as an abrasive (especially as a coating on paper)
iron ore - an ore from which iron can be extracted
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Tenders are invited for haematite iron ore.Grade 61/63
Clay mineralogy was dominated by kaolin, with some mica and haematite in most soils (Table 1).
It rolled to a stop in Eagle Crater just 32 feet from where it would make one of the biggest discoveries of the mission: haematite, a mineral that typically forms in water.
On the Welsh Mines Forum, the late Reg Malpass wrote: "The workings of the four main entries commenced at the surface and progressed downwards following the haematite ore and could, therefore, be described as quarries, the extent of the workings eventually necessitated the linking-up of these below ground by a maze of caverns and staple shafts." I recommend taking a look at industrialgwent.co.uk by Phil Jenkins.
Iron ore (Haematite) was also mined here, as well as 'kohl', which is used by Arabs for cleansing and decorating their eyes as part of tradition.
Ferrihydrite is thermodynamically unstable and then transforms with time into either crystalline [alpha]-FeO(OH) (goethite) or [alpha]-Fe2[O.sub.3] (haematite) through a dissolution/reprecipitation mechanism or by dehydration, respectively, and this actually depends on the pH range and other parameters in strongly alkaline media [46].
In both cases, haematite ([alpha]-[Fe.sub.2][O.sub.3]) is clearly identified, by the observation of its characteristic peaks centered, on average, at ~229 [cm.sup.-1] (stretching Fe-O), ~300 [cm.sup.-1] (bending O-Fe-O), ~414 [cm.sup.-1] (bending O-Fe-O), and ~612 [cm.sup.-1] (stretching Fe-O) [34].
Iron ore is the main raw material for production of steel, and haematite is one of the main types of iron ore.
The mine has a fleet of six Cat 6420C blasthole drill rigs to produce 44.9 million metric tons per year (mt/y) of haematite ore, at a stripping ratio of 3.5:1.
Topham, "Infrared study of the adsorption of carboxylic acids on haematite and goethite immersed in carbon tetrachloride," Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions 1: Physical Chemistry in Condensed Phases, vol.
It also contains small percentages of feldspar, illite, montmorillonite, ilmenite, anastase, haematite, bauxite, zircon, rutile, kyanite, sillimanite, graphite, attapulgite, and halloysite [15, 16].
Marshall, "Haematite pseudomicrofossils present in the 3.5-billion-year-old Apex Chert," Nature Geoscience, vol.