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tro·na

(trō'nă),
A native sodium carbonate.
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The area where this peculiar convergence takes place is the Trona Patch, a 30- by 50-mile block of land in southwestern Wyoming that contains massive beds of trona (sodium sesquicarbonate), which is mined and refined into sodium carbonate--commonly called soda ash, used in the manufacture of glass, chemicals, paper, detergents and textiles.
Soon after that conversation I became pregnant, and I and my family were overjoyed," Trona said.
Ankara is home to the world's second-largest trona reserves (1.
For more than a century, McLanahan has been involved in crushing materials, with a focus on crushing soft minerals using roll crashers, feeder breakers and rotary breakers to process minerals such as coal, salt and trona.
The plant, that reclaims and transforms sodium carbonate waste streams from processed trona minerals into a marketable grade of sodium bicarbonate, has an annual capacity of 125,000 tonnes and required an investment of USD 26 million (EUR 20.
Trona is a complex salt of sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate (1) and composed of approximately 46 percent sodium carbonate ([Na.
8 million tons of mercury, 380,000 tons of thorium, 233 million tons of trona (natural mineral water), 9,137,000 tons of uranium, 345 million tons of zeolite, and 4 million tons of manganese in Turkey.
But the youngster died before a park ranger found them 20 miles east of Trona in San Bernardino.
But they became stranded when their jeep got stuck about 32km east of Trona.
The Trailblazers received a bye in Thursday's first round and will play either Boron or Trona on Saturday.
Jebel Atron in northern Darfur is one of the most important deposit of Trona or (soda ach) in the country.