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Aug 30, 2021

Jul 15, 2013 The sample was received crushed appropriately for the ball mill test. Ball Mill Grindability Test was conducted by standard practice using 100-mesh (150 pm) closing screens. The ball mill work index is shown below. BM Wi (kW-hr/st) =

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