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Clause 49 of JORC 2012 and its Significance for Economic Industrial Mineral Deposits

Industrial minerals are minerals and rocks mined and processed for the value of their non-metallurgical properties. Industrial minerals are commonly classified according to their end uses, where there are a diverse (and sometimes bewildering) number of specifications, for example chemical purity, mineralogy, particle size distribution, whiteness, density, water absorption, thermal resistance, rheology and insulating properties.

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