Mining Engineering


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In descending order, Chile, Japan and the United States have the largest iodine reserves. Chile produces iodine from iodate minerals while Japan and the United States produce it from sodium iodide solutions found in underground iodide solutions. Iodine is also produced from subterranean brines in Azerbaijan, Russia, Turkmenista, Indonesia and Uzbekistan. In 2005, iodine prices increased sharply to US$19 to US$23 then leveled off at US$23 to US$25.
Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title Iodine
Series title Mining Engineering
Volume 58
Issue 6
Year Published 2006
Language English
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First page 38
Last page 40
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