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compute the amount of zinc in a ton of ore containing 60 zincite

compute the amount of zinc in a ton of ore containing 60 zincite

May 18 2018 · As 1 ton equals 90718474 kilograms and 1 tonne equals 1000 kilograms just remember the difference between tonne and ton is approximately 10 mnemonic less letters less outcome For more information about how to calculate the metal value of a deposit as a whole I recommend you to read the mineral deposit value page too

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