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- n. sylvite
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as sylvine.
- n. A trade-name for an indefinite mixture of sylvine with common salt (halite).
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The crude salts, kainite and sylvinite, and the muriate contain chlorine and are not considered good for potatoes and tobacco as the chlorine lowers the quality of these products.
The Report also estimates inferred resources of 70 million tonnes of sylvinite at an average K2O grade of
It is water soluble and contains 60 to 62 percent K20 - Most North American KCI is produced from sylvinite, but some comes from brines.
These sylvinite resources are located in the area of the past producing underground Holle Potash Mine (1969 to
SDFG.DE) had been seen as a possible partner for the project, whose two deposits together hold around 1.1 billion tonnes of sylvinite and 500 million tonnes of carnallite, according to
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