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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - An oxide of iron that has a strong pull.

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  • The copper at Hillside has a close association with the mineral magnetite, which is the cause of the magnetic anomaly.
  • Like PAHs, these minerals -- mainly iron compounds called magnetite and pyrrhotite -- can come from inorganic sources.
  • Spoornet spokesman Molatwane Likhethe said these two mines produced a waste product called magnetite, containing about 55 percent iron ore.
  • The project, involving the use of waste magnetite from for more
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