The International Lead Trade
Woodhead Publishing, 14 дек. 1994 г. - Всего страниц: 336
The author has gathered information about all aspects of the industry and produced a concise review which covers everything from history and origins to future prospects. Written in six parts the book begins with a look at the scale and significance of the industry and goes on to illustrate the production process from mineralogy to production trends. Part three examines uses and consumption while part four looks at the industry organisation and structure including a study of trading patterns and arrangements. The fifth part surveys future prospects and the effect of pressing environmental concerns on market trends. The final part is an appendix of useful information and statistics.
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I Origins and history
The lead industry in profile
The production process
I r Commercial specifications
Consumption patterns and trends
The operation of the market
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acid antimony Asarco Australia average bismuth blast furnace by-product capacity changes Chapter chemical commercial commodity companies consumers contracts copper costs demand deposits developing countries Eastern Bloc economic electric emissions end-use environmental Europe exports future Germany grade grids growth ILZSG important increased industrialised countries involved Japan lead alloys lead and zinc lead bullion lead concentrates lead consumption lead industry lead mining lead oxide lead prices lead production lead scrap lead smelting lead-acid batteries legislation London Metal Exchange major manufacture metal prices mineral non-ferrous metals operations output potential primary lead pyrometallurgical rates raw materials recent recovery recycling refined lead refined metal refineries relatively requirements reverberatory furnace S/RR secondary lead secondary plants secondary sector silver SLI batteries smelters smelting Source South Korea statistics stocks supply Table tons trade in lead treatment charges trends USSR vehicle waste Western World world lead zinc