Red mud continues to be a topic of high interest. Like in 2012, more than 400 publications were released in 2013, covering patents, articles etc. The most intense activity is recorded in China. The term “bauxite residue” does not seem to be used as widely as “red mud” and is most often found in specific regions in the world and in academic works. More analytical data can be found in the “Download” section.
I uploaded in ResearchGate, Red Mud Project, all the abstracts of published work for 2013, both for “red mud” and “bauxite residue”. That amounts to about 150 pages 🙂
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