Date of Award
Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering
Dr. Curtis L. Wilson
Professor J. U. MacEwan
Dr. A. E. Koenig
The largest known deposits of tungsten ores occur in the continuation of the Indo-Malayan Mountains, which extends through Burma, Malaya, China, Japan, and Chosen. Production of tungsten concentrates was started in 1910 in Burma, and in 1911 this country was the world's largest producer. China produced but little until 1916, but has since supplied over fifty per cent of the world's requirements.
Jones, Dave, "The Separation of Tungstic Oxide from Scheelite and its Subsequent Reduction with Hydrogen" (1935). Bachelors Theses and Reports, 1928 - 1970. 232.
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