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DLMTDettes à Long et Moyen Terme (French: Long and Medium Term; finance)
DLMTDolomite (lithological term)
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Dolomite is a naturally occurring double carbonate consisting of a structural arrangement of calcium carbonate CaCO3 and magnesium carbonate MgCO3.
Roberto Huber and Alessia Sora (both from the Alta Badia Brand) focused on how the region has become a true 'home to bike moments,' with the key pillar of that strategy being the Maratona dles Dolomites. The first Maratona dles Dolomites was organized on July 12, 1987, and saw 166 participants cycle 175 km over seven Dolomite passes and toward the finish line in Pedraces.
"Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) and Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL) today agreed to provide trade advance to Bisra Stone Lime Company Ltd (BSLC) and assured the purchase of dolomite for immediate resumption of its mining activities," Pradhan said at a meeting here.
The carbonates of the Mughal Kot Formation are cemented by calcite, dolomite (Fig.
We also need to understand that presently the product proposition is based on the physical characteristics of our deposit; however, once we shift our focus on the chemical properties of our deposits of Dolomite then it can be extensively used in iron and steel plants, ferro-alloy plants, refractories, sponge iron and other major chemical industries.
8 days from Venice, Verona & PS929 the Wonders of Lake Garda Enjoy rest and relaxation, and from your base on idyllic Garda's shores discover the breath-taking beauty of glorious Venice, La Serenissima, Romeo and Juliet's 'Fair Verona' and the craggy heights of the Dolomites, on some marvellous included tours.
We have been using a Dolomite Microfluidics system since 2014, and find that microfluidics offers much better control of particle size and composition than traditional emulsification polymerisation techniques, simplifying the investigation and optimisation of particle properties," added De Souza.
Then sit back for a euphoric flight among the majestic Dolomite peaks and down into the valley below.
The Michigan-made Kona Dolomite, which is just one example, is named after the Kona Hills that are located in Marquette County.
Benton and team posited this theory after studying dinosaur prints taken from rock sequences from the Dolomites mountain range in north Italy.
The common metamorphic interaction between dolomite and silica-rich fluids plays important roles in many geological processes.