I was trying to determine how feasible it is to process my local black sands into an iron bloom using this type of process. Unfortunately I don't even really know the first place to go looking.
I'm not particularly interested in keeping the Chromium or Titanium I'm really just after the iron.
So, I've been searching through the asteroid belt for a while now, since I need titanium, but I can't find any. The wiki page says it's in asteroids but after 25 minutes, I've only found two deposits (I've got projectE so I'm using a morningstar). Is there a more efficient way to do this?
I tried to remix the song.Changed the drop a bit......Hope you'll like it.
i got to the asteroid world, and after over an hour, i have only found a single block of ilmenite, and it seems like a ratehr important item for being the rarest item in the game. so if someone could help me figure out how to find it, please help
The most rare substance known to man. Fuck Gaijin.
I'm never getting any Ilmenite. Anyone else having that issue?
Specifically, how long before people would be floating rather than simply lighter (but with feet touching the ground)? Obviously that depends on the rate things were being mined/exported, but roughly speaking, how much mass (maybe in kg or in relation to the total mass of the moon, as a percentage) would have to be removed from a planet to create a noticeable change in gravity?
This is of course putting aside the current infeasibility of mass-transporting things from the moon to earth.
I've been getting iron, coal, and some asbestos but I can rarely get ilmenite. Is it just me or is it really this hard to get?
Edit: Just found out that you can exchange other minerals to get ilmenite.
Hi folks, I’m a mostly self-taught potter and I’ve ended up with a kilo of powdered ilmenite. At least that’s what I assume it is. I planned to make my own speckled glaze with it (with a commercial glaze base) but it doesn’t seem to work, I’m guessing because it’s powdered and not granular? Now I’m looking for suggestions of what to do with it. I use commercial glazes and underglazes, and I only have a low-fire kiln.
What would you guys do with a bunch of powdered ilmenite?
Edit: All fulfilled. Thanks all!
ALTERATION OF ILMENITE IN THE CRETACEOUS SANDSTONES OF NOVA SCOTIA, SOUTHEASTERN CANADA
doi: 10.1346/CCMN.2005.0530506 Clays and Clay Minerals October 2005 v. 53 no. 5 p. 490-510 http://ccm.geoscienceworld.org/content/53/5/490.abstract Weathering of ilmenite from granite and chlorite schist in the Georgia Piedmont American Mineralogist November-December v. 87 no. 11-12 p. 1616-1625 http://ammin.geoscienceworld.org/content/87/11-12/1616.short Evidence of titanium mobility in soil profiles, Manaus, central Amazonia
Volume 91, Issues 3–4, 1 September 1999, Pages 281–295
What the hell do you get out of hermaphrodites!?