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Textbook of Pyrometallurgy
by Fathi Habashi
The book describes systematically the thermal processes for the extraction of metals from their ores and their refining in a pure form. It includes a historical introduction, basic theoretical principles, and a selected list of references. 615 pages. ISBN 2-922686-05-1. Published August 2002. Price $70 + postage. Table of Contents Part I Introduction 1. History 2. Scope 3. Basic Theory 4. Pollution Abatement Part II Engineering Aspects 5. Heat Transfer I 6. Heat Transfer II 7. SolidGas Separation 8. Compaction of Powders 9. Oxidation of a Solid Phase 10.Oxidation in Molten Phase 11.Metallothermic Reactions Part III Preliminary Treatment 12.General

13.Thermal Pretreatment 14.Alkali Fusion 15.Sulfation of Oxides 16.Oxidation of Sulfides, Disulfides, and Related Minerals 17.Matte Formation 18.Chlorination 19.Fluorination Part IV Metal Separation 20.Introduction 21.Reduction: General 22.Reduction of Iron Oxides: Chemical Aspects 23.Reduction of Iron Oxides: Technical Aspects 24.Reduction of Iron Oxides: Direct Reduction Methods 25.Reduction of Nonferrous Oxides 26.Reduction of Complex Oxides and Oxide Mixture 27.Reduction of Halides 28.Reduction of Sulfides 29.Conversion of Sulfides 30.Other Processes Part V Refining 31.Introduction 32.Selective Oxidation: Iron Refining 33.Selective Oxidation: Steelmaking Processes 34.Selective Oxidation: Copper Refining 35.Precipitation of Impurities from Melt 36.Selective Oxidation: Other Processes 37.Refining by Chemical Transport Mechanism 38.Physical Methods Appendix A. Selected References B. Educational Films C. Problems D. Questions Acknowledgements Index

Textbook of Hydrometallurgy
Second Edition

by Fathi Habashi
The book covers the general principles of solution chemistry, engineering aspects, and detailed studies of hydrometallurgical processes in 750 pages fully illustrated with drawings and photographs. It contains a selected list of over 250 review articles, proceedings volumes, and books directly related to the subject. Emphasis is laid on chemical reactions, equipment used, and flowsheets. ISBN 2-980-3247-7-9. Published July 1999. Price $50 + postage. Table of Contents Part I Introduction 1. History 2. Scope 3. Solution Chemistry Part II Leaching General 4. Leaching Agents 5. Theory 6. Methods and Equipment 7. Engineering Aspects 8. The Role of Microorganisms Part III Leaching Processes 9. Metals 10.Oxides and Hydroxides 11.Complex Oxides 12.Sulfides and Disulfides 13.Selenides and Tellurides 14.Arsenides 15.Phosphates 16.Silicates 17.Chlorides and Sulfates Part IV Treatment of Leach Solutions: Concentration, Purification 18.General Aspects 19.Adsorption on Activated Charcoal 20.Ion Exchange 21.Solvent Extraction Part V Treatment of Leach Solutions: Precipitation 22.General Aspects 23.Physical Precipitation: Crystallization 24.Hydrolytic and Ionic Precipitation 25.Reduction Appendix: Laboratory Autoclaves for Hydrometallurgical Research Questions and Problems Acknowledgments Index

Principles of Extractive Metallurgy


Volume 4

Amalgam and Electrometallurgy by Fathi Habashi

380 pages. ISBN 2-980-3247-5-2. Published December 1998. Price $100 + postage. Table of Contents Part I General 1. History 2. Scope 3. Basic Electrochemistry 4. Engineering Aspects Part II Electrometallurgy 5. Electrowinning from Aqueous Solution 6. Electrowinning from Fused Salts. Part I 7. Electrowinning from Fused Salts. Part II 8. Anodic Dissolution of Sulfides 9. Electrorefining from Aqueous Solutions 10.Electrorefining from Fused Salts Part III Amalgam Metallurgy 11.Mercury and Amalgams 12.Formation, Decomposition, and Handling of Amalgams 13.Applications Appendix Major Electrometallurgy Plants Questions Index

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Readings in Historical Metallurgy Volume 1

Changing Technology in Extractive Metallurgy


by Fathi Habashi
This book is a supplement to the authors book A History of Metallurgy which he edited in 1994. In the present work he records the changes in the metallurgical unit operations that took place over the centuries. Any metallurgist who does not grasp the historical background of his profession, its relation to the chemical industry, and its connection to todays technology is missing a great deal in his or her education. The book is in 800 pages, illustrated by 500 Figures many of them in color, contains over 165 biographical notes of the scientists and engineers who contributed to this endeavour, and selected references in each chapter for further reading. ISBN 2-922686-02-7. Published March 2006. Price $95 + postage. Table of Contents Part I Introduction 1. History and the Metallurgist

2. The Industrial Revolution 3. Changing TechnologyPart Part II The Pioneers 4. Biringuccio (14801539) 5. Agricola (14941555) 6. Ercker (15301594) 7. Barba (15691762) 8. Raumur (16831757) 9. Gellert (17131795) Part III Mineral Beneficiation 10.Historical Outline 11.Biographical Notes Part IV Pyrometallurgy 12.Historical Outline 13.The Blast Furnace 14.The Age of Steel 15.The Science of Steel 16.Retorts and Distillation 17.Chlorination and Fluorination 18.Metallothermic Reactions 19.Sintering and Alkali Fusion 20.The Electric Furnace 21.Flash Smelting 22.The Rotary Kiln 23.Refining by Chemical Transport Reactions Part V Hydrometallurgy 24.Historical Outline 25.Pressure Hydrometallurgy 26.Cyanidation 27.Alumina Production 28.Processing of Copper Sulfide Concentrates 29.Bacterial Leaching 30.Treatment of Leach Solution 31.Cementation of Copper. The End of an Era Part VI Electrometallurgy 32.Historical Outline 33.Biographical Notes Name Index Subject Index Xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Publications
Books authored Translations

Books edited Patents Interviews Review articles General Periodic Table Pyrometallurgy Hydrometallurgy Electrometallurgy Metals and Alloys Kinetics Pollution Phosphates Asbestos Historical articles General Alchemy Historical Landmarks Associations Metals and Alloys Gold Iron and Steel Empires Hydrometallurgy Nuclear Energy Noddack Rare Earths Science, Technology, and Society Postage stamps Biographies, obituaries, eulogies Articles on education Technical Reports At Montana School of Mines (now Montana College of Mineral Science & Technology), Butte, Montana At Extractive Metallurgical Research Division, Anaconda Company, Tucson, Arizona At Laval University, Quebec City, Canada Conference Reports Trip Reports Travels Annual Reports Book and Film Reviews Technical Historical Letters to the Editor

Research Papers Pyrometallurgy Hydrometallurgy Electrometallurgy Fallout Phosphates Asbestos

Books authored
1.F. Habashi, Principles of Extractive Metallurgy, Volume 1. General Principles, Gordon & Breach, New York London Paris 1969 (reprinted 1980), 413 pages. 2.F. Habashi, Principles of Extractive Metallurgy, Volume 2. Hydrometallurgy, Gordon & Breach, New York London Paris 1970 (reprinted 1980), 457 pages. 3.F. Habashi, Principles of Extractive Metallurgy, Volume 3. Pyrometallurgy, Gordon & Breach, New York London Paris 1986 (reprinted 1992), 479 pages. 4.F. Habashi, Principles of Extractive Metallurgy, Volume 4. Amalgam & Electrometallurgy, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 1998, 400 pages. 5.F. Habashi, Chalcopyrite Its Chemistry and Metallurgy, McGraw-Hill, New York 1978, 165 pages. 6.F. Habashi, F. A. Bassyouni, Mineral Resources of the Arab Countries (2nd edition), Chemecon Publishing Limited, London, 1982. First edition published by Facult des sciences sociales, Universit Laval 1979, 100 pages. 7.F. Habashi, Metallurgical Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 1987, 279 pp. + 5 cassettes (1 hr. each). Re-issued by Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec in 2007 (book & CD) 8.F. Habashi, A Textbook of Hydrometallurgy, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 1993, second edition 1999, 750 pages. 9.F. Habashi, Pollution Problems in the Mineral and Metallurgical Industries, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 1996, 240 pages. 10.F. Habashi, Kinetics of Metallurgical Processes, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 1999, 400 pages. 11.F. Habashi, D. Hendricker, and C. Gignac, Mining and Metallurgy on Postage Stamps, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 1999, 350 pages. 12.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy Today. Progress and Problems, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 2000, 325 pages. 13.F. Habashi, Textbook of Pyrometallurgy, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 2002, 660 pages. 14.F. Habashi, From Alchemy to Atomic Bombs, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 2002, 365 pages.

15.F. Habashi, Schools of Mines. The Beginnings of Mining and Metallurgical Education, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 2003, 602 pages. 16.F. Habashi, Metals from Ores. An Introduction to Extractive Metallurgy, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 2003, 472 pages. 17.F. Habashi, Ida Noddack (18961978). Personal Recollections on the Occasion of 80th Anniversary of the Discovery of Rhenium, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 2005, 160 pages. 18.F. Habashi, Readings in Historical Metallurgy, Volume 1. Changing Technology in Extractive Metallurgy, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2006, 800 pages. 19.F. Habashi, The Copts of Egypt, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2006, 92 pages. 20.F. Habashi, Postage Stamps: Metallurgy, Art, History, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2008, 125 pages. 21.F. Habashi, Aluminum. History & Metallurgy, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2008, 160 pages. 22.F. Habashi, Researches on Rare Earths. History and Technology, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2008, 125 pages. 23.F. Habashi, 70 years old. Department of Mining, Metallurgical, and Materials Engineering, Universit Laval, 19382008, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2008, 115 pages. 24.F. Habashi, Researches on Copper. History & Metallurgy, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2009, 410 pages. 25.F. Habashi, Gold. History, Metallurgy, Culture, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2009, 277 pages. 26.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the Great Empires, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2009, 272 pages. 27.F. Habashi, Science, Technology, and Society, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2009, 316 pages. 28.F. Habashi, Aqua Science Through the Ages. An Illustrated History of Water, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2010, 165 pages. 29.F. Habashi, Mining and Civilization. An Illustrated History, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2010, 510 pages. 30.F. Habashi, Researches on Asbestos, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2011, 115 pages. 31.F. Habashi, Mineral Processing for Nano-Scientists, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2011, 170 pages. 32.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy of Copper, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2012, 410 pages. 33.F. Habashi, Pyrite. History, Chemistry, and Metallurgy, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City 2012, 115 pages.

Translations
1.F. Habashi, , volumes 1 (232 pages) and 2 (392 pages), , Moscow, Russia 1975. 2.F. Habashi, Ti Qu Yie Jin Yuan Li, volumes 1 (252 pages) and 2 (307 pages) Ministry of Metallurgy, Beijing, China 19741978. 3.F. Habashi, Nguyn L Cc Qu Trnh Luyn Kim T Qung, volume 2: Thy Luyn (272 pages), Nh xut bn khoa hc v k thut, Hanoi, Vietnam 1977. 4.F. Habashi, Vn nhim trong cng nghip m v luyn kim (120 pages), Nh xut bn Gio dc, Hanoi, Vietnam 2005. 5.F. Habashi, ( Hydrometallurgy, volume 1: 364 pages, ISBN 964-92272-2-9; Hydrometallurgy, volume 2: 336 pages, ISBN 964-7637-00-4), Shahrud University of Technology Press, Tehran, Iran 2000. 6.F. Habashi, , Arabic translation of Metals from Ores. An Introduction to Extractive Metallurgyby Dr. Mohammad Salama Al-Harahsheh (Mining Engineering Department, Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Ma'an, Jordan) and Dr. Waleed Mohammad Abdel-Aziz Khalifah (Department of Mining, Petroleum, and Metals, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt). 500 pages, ISBN 2010/8/2891. Published by Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Ma'an 2011. Available from Mining Engineering Department, Al-Hussein Bin Talal University. 7.Fathi Habashi, , Farsi translation of Pollution Problems in the Mineral and Metallurgical Industries, ISBN 978-600-201-013-1, 148 pages, Shahid Bahonar University of Kerman Publications, Tehran, Iran 2012. 8.Fathi Habashi, , Farsi translation of Kinetics of Metallurgical Processes, ISBN 978-600-5107-61-6, 281 pages,www.ketabedaneshgahi.com, Tehran, Iran 2012. 1.F. Habashi, Progress in Extractive Metallurgy, Volume 1, Gordon & Breach, New York 1973, 239 pages. 2.F. Habashi, A History of Metallurgy, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 1994, 350 pages. 3.F. Habashi, I. N. Beloglazov, A. A. Galnbek, International Symposium. Problems on Complex Ores Utilization, Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy. Special Issue 1995. 4.F. Habashi, Handbook of Extractive Metallurgy, 4 volumes (2500 pages), WILEY-VCH, Weinheim, Germany 1997. 5.F. Habashi, Alloys. Preparation, Properties, Applications, 312 pages, WILEY-VCH, Weinheim, Germany 1998. 6.F. Habashi, Gellerts Metallurgic Chymistry, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Qubec City, Canada 1998, 500 pages.

Books edited

Patents

7.R. Auger, L. Turgeon, and F. Habashi, 9th International Symposium Cultural Heritage in Geosciences Archaeology, Mining, and Metallurgy, Quebec City, September 2007, CELAT, Universit Laval. 1.F. Habashi, R. Dugdale, Recovery of Beryllium from its Ores, German Patent 2 100 921 (1971). 2.R. Dugdale, F. Habashi, Copper and Iron Extraction from Chalcopyrite, German Patent 2 102 576 (1971). 3.R. Dugdale, F. Habashi, Sulfuric Acid Treatment of Metal Sulfide Materials, S. African Patent 7 100 134 (1971). German Patent 2 103 634 (1972). 4.F. Habashi, F. T. Awadalla, and M. Pag, Asbestos Fibers Modified with Organic Dyes, Canadian Patent 1 319 470 (1993). 1.1999 Centre de recherche de REMINEX, Marrakech, Morocco. 2.2006 The Wealth of Mining and Metallurgy, Gaceta de la Facultad de Ingeniera. 3.2008 A life for Metallurgy, METALL, Goslar, Germany. 4.2009 Interview of the Month (Turkey), Ayn Rportaj 4: Profesr Fathi Habashi. 5.2010 Sofia, Bulgaria, October 19, www.klassa.bg (raya.atanasova@klassa.bg).

Interviews

Review articles

General 1.F. Habashi, The Recovery of Elemental Sulfur from Sulfide Ores, Proceedings of XXXVIe Congrs international de chimie industrielle, Brussels, Belgium, 1966 (pub. 1967). Ind. Chim. Belge 32 (Special Issue) (Part 2), 250258 (1967). 2.F. Habashi, F. L. Holderreed, J. E. Moore, Mineral Processing, Min. Congress. J. 54 (2), 122126, 134137, 141146 (1968). 3.F. Habashi, Processes for Sulfur Recovery from Ores, Paper presented at the American Mining Congress, Las Vegas, October 1968, Min. Congr. J. 55 (6), 3846 (1969). 4.F. Habashi, The Recovery Empire Built on Fools Gold, Eng. & Ming. J. 170 (12), 5964 (1969). 5.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy, Chemistry (Washington, D.C.) 45 (10), 610 (1972). 6.F. Habashi, Quelques aspects modernes de la mtallurgie chimique, LIngnieur 59 (293), 1723 (1973). 7.F. Habashi, Sulfur Trioxide in Metallurgy, Sulfur Institute Journal 11 (1), 1214 (1975). 8.F. Habashi, Sulfur Dioxide in Metallurgy, Sulfur Institute Journal 12 (3,4), 1517 (1976).

9.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy Today, (Abstract of a Plenary Lecture), 7o Encontro Anual da Sociedade Portuguesa de Qumica, Lisboa, 1984. 10.F. Habashi, Progress and Problems in Extractive Metallurgy, Proceedings IV Congreso Ingenieria de Minas, Copiap, Chile, 1984, pp. 475484. 11.F. Habashi, A Guide to Conference Proceedings Related to Extractive Metallurgy 19641984,, Proceedings IV Congreso Ingenieria de Minas, Copiap, Chile, 1984, pp. 641653. 12.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy at Laval University,, Kuangye Gongcheng (Changsha, China), 6 (2), 4448 (1986) in Chinese. 13.F. Habashi, A Bibliography on the Extractive Metallurgy of Tin, Revista Metalrgica (Oruro) 8, 3238 (1987) (in Spanish). Revised edition in English published inIntern. Symp. Research & Development in Extractive Metallurgy of Tin and Related Metals, Ipoh, Malaysia 1988. 14.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy Today. Progress and Problems, Min. Proc. & Extr. Metal. Rev. 8 (14), 1746 (1992). 15.F. Habashi, The Sulfur Problem in the Metallurgical Industry, pp. 825 842 in Extraction & Processing Division Congress 1996, editor G. W. Warren, TMS-AIME, Warrendale, PA 1996. 16.F. Habashi, The Future of Extractive Metallurgy, booklet published by CETEM, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 1996, 44 pages. Condensed version in Proceedings CIM 100th Anniversary, Montreal 1998. Revised version in Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1028), 161165 (1999). Revised version in Memorias XVI Congreso internacional de metalurgia extractiva, Saltillo, Mexico, April 2006. 17.F. Habashi, articles in Handbook of Extractive Metallurgy: The Metal Industry 1, 125 (1997). Iron 1, 3134, 4963 (1997). Copper(I) Sulfate 2, 557 (1997). Titanium Compounds 2, 11691174 (1997). Germanium Compounds 3, 15151518 (1997). Gallium Compounds 3, 15281530 (1997). 18.F. Habashi, Meteorites. History, Mineralogy, and Metallurgy, Interdiscp. Sci. Rev. 23 (1), 7181 (1998). Available on the Institute of Materials, UK, website. 19.F. Habashi, Changing Technology in a Changing World. The Case of Extractive Metallurgy, pp. 4963 in XVII Encontro Nacional de Tratamento de Minrios e Metalurgia Extractiva, Associao Brasileira de Metalurgia e Materials, So Paulo, Brazil 1998. 20.F. Habashi, New Frontiers in Extractive Metallurgy, Acta Metallurgica Slovaca 3 (13), 420433 (2007). 21.F. Habashi, Metallurgical Dust. Progress and Problems, Proceedings of the International Conference Industrial Dust Environmental Protection, Almaty, Kazakhstan, pp. 2029 (2008).

22.F. Habashi, Metalurgia extractiva para el futuro, Revista minera [Peru] 56 (371), 1618 (2008). 23.F. Habashi, Ausmelt versus Pressure Leaching, Metall 63 (78), 374377 (2009). 24.F. Habashi, Recent Trends in Extractive Metallurgy, J. Min & Met. (Serbia) 45B (1), 113 (2009). 25.F. Habashi, Mineral Processing for Nano-Scientists, Nano Studies 3, 25 40 (2011). 26.F. Habashi, Pyrometallurgy for Nano-Scientists, Nano Studies 3, 4162 (2011). 27.F. Habashi, Hydrometallurgy for Nano-Scientists, Nano Studies 3, 6390 (2011). 28.F. Habashi, Electrometallurgy for Nano-Scientists, Nano Studies 3, 91 114 (2011). 29.F. Habashi, Metalurgia extractiva y poltica nacional, Revista de la Universidad Nacional de Ingeniera, Per (3), 7679 (2011). Periodic Table 1.F. Habashi, Rare Earth Metals and Their Position in the Periodic Table, pp. 4752 in Proc. Rare Metals 90, edited by Z. Kouzuka, T. Oki, K. Morinaga, and Y. Ueda, International Symposium on Processing of Rare Metals, Osaka, Japan 1990. 2.F. Habashi, Reactive Metals and Their Position in the Periodic Table, pp. 12791286 in Light Metals 1992, editor E. R. Cutshall, The Minerals, Metals, Materials Society, Warrendale, PA 1992. 3.F. Habashi, The Platinum Metals and Their Position in the Periodic Table, Can. Chem. News 44 (3), 1719 (1992). 4.F. Habashi, Un nouvel aperu sur le Tableau Priodique, 60e Congrs de lACFAS, Montral 1992. 5.F. Habashi, Electrode Potentials and the Periodic Table, Bull. Electrochem. (India) 9 (1112), 554559 (1993). 6.F. Habashi, Aluminum and Its Position in the Periodic Table, Education Chemistry (Bombay) 11 (2), 1824 (1994). 7.F. Habashi, A New Look at the Periodic Table, Interdiscipl. Science Rev. 22 (1), 5360 (1997). 8.F. Habashi, Where Should Aluminum Go? http://www.metasynthesis.com/webbook/35_pt/pt.html#hab. 9.F. Habashi, Periodic Table and the Metallurgist, Metall 62 (78), 454460 (2008). 10.F. Habashi, Where Aluminum Should Go in the Periodic Table?, pp. 407 414 in Xth Congress of ICSOBA 2008, Bhubaneswar, India 2008. 11.F. Habashi, Ida Noddack and the Missing Elements, Education in Chemistry 46 (2), 4851 (2009). 12.F. Habashi, Metals: Typical and Less Typical, Transition and Inner Transition, Foundations of Chemistry 12 (1), 3139 (2010).

13.F. Habashi, The Periodic Table since Mendeleev, pp. 312321 in Modern Technologies of Mineral Resources Development, edited by Ekaterina V. Kuleshova, Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk 2010. Reprinted in Investigacin aplicada e inovacin [TECSUP, Lima] 5 (1), 513 (2011). 14.F. Habashi, Rhenium and Its Position in the Periodic Table (Abstract), 7th Symposium on Technetium and Rhenium, Moscow 2011. Pyrometallurgy 1.F. Habashi, Energy Economy in the Metallurgical Industry, Proc. First Intern. Symp. Interprogress-Metallurgy, Koice, Czechoslovakia pp. 8799, Czechoslovak ScientificTechnical Society, Koice 1990. Also pp. 559575 in Nonferrous Pyrometallurgy: Trace Metals, Furnace Practices, and Energy Efficiency Symposium, Edited by R. Bergman et al., Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 1992. 2.F. Habashi, Conversion Reaction in Inorganic Chemistry, J. Chem. Edu. 71, 130131 (1994). 3.F. Habashi, Flash Converting. An Appraisal, Paper 49.2 in Proceedings International Symposium in Recent Development in Nonferrous Pyrometallurgy, edited by I. Cameron and J. Toguri, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 1994. 4.F. Habashi, Pyrometallurgy for Ceramists Engineering Aspects, Interceram 60 (2), 119124 (2011). 5.F. Habashi, Pyrometallurgy for Ceramists Chemical Aspects, Interceram 60 (5), 304307 (2011). Hydrometallurgy 1.F. Habashi, Fllung von Metallen und Metallverbindungen aus wrigen Lsungen durch Gase, Chemiker Zeitung (Heidelberg) 93 (21), 843855 (1969). 2.F. Habashi, Die Auflsung von Sulfidmineralien Ihre theoretische Grundlage und technischen Anwendungen, Metall (Berlin) 24 (10), 1074 1082 (1970). 3.F. Habashi, Pressure Hydrometallurgy: Key to Better and Nonpolluting Process, Part 1, Eng. & Ming. J. 172 (2), 96100 (1971), Part 2, ibid. 172 (5), 8894 (1971). 4.F. Habashi, Hydrometallurgy Its Past, Present, and Future, Trans. Indian Inst. Metals 31 (4), 231238, 279 (1978). 5.F. Habashi, Hydrometallurgical Applications of Sulfuric Acid, Sulphur (London), 140, 3742 (1979). 6.F. Habashi, Recent Advances in Pressure Hydrometallurgy, Proc. Intern. Conf. on Advances in Chemical Metallurgy, Bombay, 1979, 1, 18/118/34 (1979). 7.F. Habashi, Recent Advances in Hydrometallurgy, Preprints Intern. Mineral Processing Congress, Warsaw, 1979, pp. 609635. Proceedings edited by J. Laskowski, Elsevier, pp. 902935, Discussion, pages 10291032, 1047 1054. Turkish translation: Hidrometalurjide Yeni Gelimeler, Madencilik 18 (4) (1979).

8.F. Habashi, Hydrometallurgy, Feature article in Chem. & Eng. News 60 (6), 4658 (1982), Russian transl. in Izvestia Vischich Uchelbnich, Tsvet. Metal. (3), 2533 (1983). Turkish translation: Hidrometalurji, Madencilik 25 (1), 3952 (1986). 9.F. Habashi, Dissolution of Minerals and Hydrometallurgical Processes,, Die Naturwissenschaften 70, 403411 (1983). 10.F. Habashi, Dissolution of Minerals in Aqueous Solutions, Proc. Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, pp. 421422, 1992. 11.F. Habashi, Precipitation in Hydrometallurgy, Proc. XVIII Intern. Mineral Processing Congress 5, 13231328 (1993). Reprinted with French summary in Industrie Minrale, Les Techniques 76, 108113 (1994). Extended abstract in Proc. Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, pp. 423424, 1992, translated in Turkish in Bull. Chamber Min. Engineers of Turkey 34(3) 4558 (1995). 12.F. Habashi, Recent Advances in Pressure Leaching Technology, paper S.4 in Proceedings First International Conference on Solvo-Themal Reactions, Takamatsu, Japan 1994. 13.F. Habashi, The Leaching of Sulfide Minerals in Chloride Media, Hydrometallurgy 38, 219 (1995). 14.F. Habashi, Nitric Acid in Hydrometallurgy, pp. 6068 in Quo Vadis Hydrometallurgy? edited by T.Havlik, M. Havlik, and F. Petricko, Faculty of Metallurgy, Technical University, Koice, Slovak Republic 1995. Also in EPD 1999 pp. 357364, edited by B. Mishra, TMS-AIME, Warrendale, PA 1999. 15.F. Habashi, Industrial Autoclaves for Pressure Leaching Technology, pp. 6467 in Proceedings Second International Conference Solvothermal Reactions, Takamatsu, Japan 1996. 16.F. Habashi, Recent Advances in Pressure Leaching Technology, pp. 129 139 in Volume 4 in International Mineral Processing Congress, edited by H. Hoberg and H. von Blottnitz, GMDB Gesellschaft fr Bergbau, Metallurgie, Rohstoff-, und Umwelttechnik, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany 1997 17.F. Habashi, The Hydrometallurgy of Nickel Sulfides, pp. 316 in Nickel Cobalt 97, Volume 1: Hydrometallurgy and Refining, W. C. Cooper and I. Mihaylov, editors, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, Montreal 1997. 18.F. Habashi, Hydrothermal Reactions of Sulfides and Disulfides, pp. 3949 in Proceedings Third International Symposium on Solvothermal & Hydrothermal Processes, Research Institute for Solvothermal Technology, Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan 1997. 19.F. Habashi, Modern Trends in Hydrometallurgical Unit Operations, pp. 6172 in CECRI Golden Jubilee Souvenir Book, Central Electrochemical Research Institute, Karaikudi, India 1998. Published simultaneously in Arab Min J. 15 (1), 416 (1999). 20.F. Habashi, Pressure Hydrometallurgy. Past, Present, and Future, pp. 27 34 in Proceedings of the third International Conference on Hydrometallurgy,

Kunming, China, edited by Yang Xianwan, International Academic Publishers, Beijing, China 1998. 21.F. Habashi, Laboratory Autoclaves for Hydrometallurgical Research, pp. 411418 in EPD 2000 edited by P. R. Taylor, TMS-AIME, Warrendale, PA 2000. 22.F. Habashi, Present Status of Hydrometallurgy Under Pressure (in Russian), Komplexone Ispolzovanie Mineralnogo Syya (1), 8595 (2001). 23.F. Habashi, Hydrometallurgy of Lead, Metall 59 (3), 114118 (2005). Revised version: pp. 143157 in Zinc and Lead Metallurgy, edited by L. Centomo et al., Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2008. 24.F. Habashi, Recent Advances in Pressure Hydrometallurgy, Metall 60 (3), 120125 (2006). 25.F. Habashi, Pressure Hydrometallurgy Update, pp. 12651275 in Proceedings of XXIII International Mineral Processing Congress, volume 1, edited by G. nal et al. Published by Promed Advertising Agency, Merkez Mahallesi, Hanmefendi Sokak 79, ili 34381 stanbul, Turkey 2006. 26.F. Habashi, Ceramics in Hydrometallurgical Processes, Interceram 58 (5), 296298, 300 (2009). 27.F. Habashi, Metal Powders by Hydrometallurgical Route, Interceram 59 (5), 287297, 300 (2010). Reprinted in XXIV Encontro nacional de tratamento de minrios e metalrgia extractiva, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, edited by Luiz Rogrio Pinho de Andrade Lima and Luis Alberto Dantas Barbosa, pp. 1934 (2011). 28.F. Habashi, Leaching Mechanism of Semiconducting Minerals. A Historical Note, http://works.bepress.com/fathi_habashi/. 29.F. Habashi, Pressure Hydrometallurgy, pp. 2325 in First International Congress on Extractive Metallurgy, Tacna, Peru 2010. Published by Colegio de Intenieras del Per, Lima. Electrometallurgy 1.F. Habashi, Electrometallurgy of Sulfides in Aqueous Solutions, Minerals Sci. & Eng. (S. Africa) 3 (3), 312 (1971). 2.F. Habashi, Electrometallurgy. Past, Present, and Future, pp. 351366 in Aqueous Electrotechnologies, edited by D. Dreisinger, TMS-AIME, Warrendale, PA 1997. 3.F. Habashi, Aluminum Electrolysis: Past, Present, and Future, pp. 291300 in Xth Congress of ICSOBA 2008, Bhubaneswar, India 2008. Metals and Alloys 1.F. Habashi, Neure Verfahren zur Verarbeitung von Anodenschlamm aus der Kupferelektrolyse, Chem. Zeitung-Apparatebau 86, 483487 (1962). 2.F. Habashi, Recent Methods for the Treatment of Anodic Slimes of Copper Electrolysis, Metallurgia 72, 257263 (1965). 3.F. Habashi, Direct Reduction... a possible route to copper?, Min. Magazine (London) 133 (3), 171172 (1975).

4.F. Habashi, Trends in the Hydrometallurgical Treatment of Copper Oxide Ores, Arab Min. J. 3 (4), 4652 (1983), Arabic Summary, pp. 2223. 5.F. Habashi, The Adsorption of Gold on Activated Charcoal, Ciencias y Tcnicas del Oro (La Paz) 4, 4551 (1988) (in Spanish). 6.F. Habashi, Two Hundred Years Titanium. The Processing of Titanium Ores for Pigment and Metal Production, Arab Min. J. 11(1,2), 7484 (1993). Arabic Summaryibid. 2021. 7.F. Habashi, Native Metals, pp. 11471154 in Extractive Metallurgy of Copper, Nickel, and Cobalt. Volume 1, edited by R. G. Reddy and R. N. Weizenbach. The Metallurgical Society AIME, Warrendale, PA 1993. 8.F. Habashi, Nickel in Cuba, pp. 11651178 in Extractive Metallurgy of Copper, Nickel, and Cobalt. Volume 1, edited by R. G. Reddy and R. N. Weizenbach. The Metallurgical Society AIME, Warrendale, PA 1993. 9.F. Habashi, Cobalt in Cuba,, Cobalt News 3, 68 (1993). 10.F. Habashi, Flash Converting. An Appraisal, paper 49.2 in Recent Developments in Nonferrous Pyrometallurgy, edited by I.A. Cameron and J.M. Toguri, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 1994. 11.F. Habashi, The Future of Copper Metallurgy, Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Reviews 15, 512 (1995) (Special issue: International Symposium Problems of Complex Ores Utilization, Saint Petersburg 1994, edited by F. Habashi, I. N. Beloglazov, and A. A. Galnbek). 12.F. Habashi, Copper Metallurgy at the Crossroads, pp. 493510, volume 3, Copper 95Cobre 95, editors W. C. Cooper et al., Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 1995. Also in Metallurgy: East West 95, pp. 174198, editors S. Majercak and L. Weigner, Slovak Metallurgical Society, Koice, Slovakia. Revised version in Journal of Mining & Metallurgy [Bor, Serbia] 43B, 119 (2007). 13.F. Habashi, The Future of Copper Electrowinning, pp. 497505 in Process Intensification Symposium, editors: C. A. Pickles et al., Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 1996. 14.F. Habashi, Recent Advances in Gold Metallurgy, Revisa de la Facultad de Ingeniera, Universidad Central de Venezuela 13 (2), 4354 (1998). 15.F. Habashi, Introduction, pp. 110 in Alloys. Preparation, Properties, Applications, edited by F. Habashi, VCH-WILEY, Weinheim, Germany 1998. 16.F. Habashi, Titanium Compounds, in Ullmanns Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry, WILEY-VCH, Weinheim, Germany 1999. 17.F. Habashi, articles in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science & Technology, 2001: Arsenic, Antimony, and Bismuth Production, pp. 332336 Cadmium, Indium, and Thallium Production, pp. 879880 Mercury Production, pp. 53385342 Metallurgy, History of, pp. 55375541 Extractive Metallurgy, pp. 28302833

Transition Metals: V, Cr, Mn, Co, Ni, pp. 16 See also History of Metallurgy and Asbestos 18.F. Habashi, Titanium in Kazakhstan, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1061), 8889 (2002). 19.F. Habashi, Copper in Poland, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1066), 97 99 (2002). 20.F. Habashi, Flash Smelting Versus Aqueous Oxidation, Paper No. 3 in ALTA 1998 Copper Sulphides Symposium, 24 pages, ALTA Metallurgical Services, Victoria, Australia 1998. Also in Solid/Liquid Separation, pp. 267 287, edited by G. B. Harris and S. J. Omelon, Metallurgical Society, CIM, Montreal 1999. Reprinted inMetall (Goslar) 57 (11), 732738 (2003). 21.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy of Aluminum, pp. 145 in Handbook of Aluminum, volume 2, chapter 1, edited by G. E. Totten and D. S. MacKenzie, Marcel Dekker, New York 2003. 22.F. Habashi, Gold Metallurgy. Past, Present, and Future, abstract in Ulan Ude Conference, September 2004. 23.F. Habashi, Recent Advances in the Hydrometallurgy of Copper, pp. 43 58 in Hydro Copper 2005, edited by J. M. Menacho and J. M. Casas de Prada, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile 2005. 24.F. Habashi, Chalcopyrite: Bioleaching versus Pressure Hydrometallurgy, pp. 1722 in Proceedings International Conference: Metallurgy of the XXI Century. State and Development Strategy. Institute of Metallurgy and Mineral Beneficiation, Almaty, Kazakhstan 2006. 25.F. Habashi, Chalcopyrite Atmospheric versus Pressure Leaching, Metall 61(5) 303307 (2007). 26.F. Habashi, Scandium, Metall 62 (12), 814816 (2008). 27.F. Habashi, Copper Metallurgy. Past, Present, and Future, pp. 116 in HydroCopper 2009, edited by E. Domic and J. Casas de Prada (2009). Shortened version in42nd International October Conference, Kladovo, Serbia, pp. 37. Edited by Svetlana Ivanov and Dragana ivkovi, 2010. 28.F. Habashi, Metals from Ores. A look to the Future, pp. 919924 in Proceedings of the XIII Balkan Mineral Processing Congress, edited by S. Krausz et al., Editura Focus, Petroani, Romania (2009). 29.F. Habashi, Rhenium: Chemistry, Metallurgy, and History, Invest. Apl. Innov. [TECSUP, Lima] 4 (s), 121127 (2010). 30.F. Habashi, Chemical Beneficiation of Ilmenite, pp. 184192 in The Third International Congress Nonferrous Metals 2011, edited by G. L. Pashkov and P. V. Polyakov, published by Siberian Branch of the Russiah Academy of Sciences, Krasnoyarsk, Russia 2011. 31.F. Habashi, Copper Metallurgy at the Cross Roads. An Update, pp. 5776 in Proceedings of First World Copper Congress Tehran, edited by M. R. Mahvi, published by National Iranian Copper Industries, Tehran, Iran 2011. Kinetics 1.F. Habashi, Kinetics of Corrosion of Metals, J. Chem. Education 42, 318 323 (1965).

2.F. Habashi, Kinetik metallurgischen Prozesse. Part I Chemiker Zeitung (Heidelberg) 93 (5), 173188 (1969). Part 2 ibid. 93 (6), 212216 (1969). 3.F. Habashi, A Kinetic Study of the Dissolution of Uraninite. A Discussion, Economic Geology 72 (7), 13601361 (1977). 4.F. Habashi, Formation and Decomposition of Thiosulfate in the Ferrous Sulfur Dioxide Reaction, Inorg. Chem. 20, 40274028 (1979). 5.E. N. Beloglazov, F. Habashi, Kinetic Equations of Dissolution Processes of Solids in Liquids (in Russian), Izvestia Vischich Uchelbnich, Tsvet. Metal. (2), 7983 (1990). 6.E. N. Beloglazov, F. Habashi, Simulation Method of Calculation of Parameters of Kinetic Equations of Simple Nonreversible Chemical Reactions (in Russian), Izvestia Vischich Uchelbnich, Tsvet. Metal. (3), 4854 (1990). 7.F. Habashi, Exploiting the Boundary Layer, Education in Chemistry (London) 28 (2), 5254 (1991). 8.F. Habashi, The Boundary Layer and SolidGas Reactions, pp. 471488 in Extraction & Processing Division Congress 1996, editor G. W. Warren, TMS-AIME, Warrendale, PA 1996. 9.F. Habashi, A Generalized Kinetic Model for Hydrometallurgical Processes, Manuscript #1047, published by The Berkeley Electronic Press, California 2007. 10.F. Habashi, Kinetics and Mechanisms of Leaching Copper Minerals, pp. 176193 in HydroCopper 2009, edited by E. Domic and J. Casas de Prada (2009). Pollution 1.F. Habashi, M. I. Ismail, Health Hazard and Pollution in the Metallurgical Industry due to Phosphine and Arsine, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Metal. 68 (760), 99103 (1975). 2.L. M. Azzaria, F. Habashi, Mercury Pollution An Examination of Some Basic Issues, Bull. Can. Inst. Mining & Metallurgy 69 (772), 101107 (1976). 3.F. Habashi, Mercury Pollution Abatement in Metallurgical Plants, Environmental Sci. & Tech. 12 (13), 13721376 (1978). 4.F. Habashi, Pollution problems in the Metallurgical Industry, Metall (Berlin), 33 (5), 490494 (1979). 5.F. Habashi, Mercury Removal from Smelter Gases. An Update, Intern. J. Environm. Issues Mineral & Energy Ind. 1 (1), 1720 (l992). 6.F. Habashi, Environmental Issues in the Metallurgical Industry. Progress and Problems, pp. 11431153 in Volume 2 Environment Issues and Management of Waste in Energy and Mineral Production, editors: R. K. Singhal et al., Balkema, Rotterdam 1992. Also, pp. 721734 in Proceedings Global Symposium on Recycling, Waste Treatment, and Clean Technology, vol. 1, edited by I. Hager, and R. Solozabal, San Sebastian, Spain 1999. 7.F. Habashi, Mercury-Free Sulfuric Acid, pp. 196208 in Materials Processing Technology and Environmental Protection in Mining and

Metallurgy, edited by P. W. Godbehere et al., Proceeding of The Metallurgical Society of CIM, Montreal, Canada 1993. 8.F. Habashi, How Can Hydrometallurgy Solve the Environmental Problems of Smelters, pp. 119124 in Fourth Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing, Part I, edited by Peter Feko et al., Ostrava, Czech Republic 1998. Expanded version in Platinum Jubelium Book of Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India 1998. Also pp. 735744 in Proceedings Global Symposium on Recycling, Waste Treatment, and Clean Technology, vol. 1, edited by I. Gaballah, J. Hager, and R. Solozabal, San Sebastian, Spain 1999. 9.F. Habashi, Clean Technology in the Metallurgical Industry, pp. 1528 in Proceedings II Mining Meeting of South America/VII Mining Meeting of Tarapacaeditors J.P. Ibez, E. Patio, and X. Velose, Arturo Prat University, Iquique, Chile 2001. Reprinted Proceeding IV International Conference on Materials for Resources, volume 1, pp. 137142, Akita, Japan 2001 and in A New Century International Conference on Metallurgical High Technology and New Material of Heavy Nonferrous Metals, pp. 521531, Kunming, China 2002. Extended abstract in Second International Conference on Nonferrous & Rare Metals, pp. 3031, Krasnoyarsk, Russia 2003. Reprinted in (Novosibirsk) 12, 95100 (2004). 10.F. Habashi, Clean Technology in Coke Production, Coal Magazine 1, 18 (2004), June/July. Also SME 2009 (CD) 11.F. Habashi, Metallurgical Dust. Evaluation and Recovery, pp. 2029 in Proceedings of the International Conference Industrial Dust, Environmental Protection, Kazakh National Technical University, Almaty 2008. 12.F. Habashi, Mercury from Coal, SME 2010 (CD). 13.F. Habashi, Pollution Problems in the Metallurgical Industry. A Review, Journal of Mining & Environment [Iran] 2 (1), 1726 (2011). Phosphates 1.F. Habashi, Uran in Phosphaten. Herkunft und industrielle Gewinnung, sterr. Chem. Zeitung 60, 284287 (1959). 2.F. Habashi, The Recovery of Uranium from Phosphate Rock. Progress and Problems, Proceedings Intern. Congress on Phosphorus Compounds, pp. 629660, Institut mondial du phosphate, Paris, 1980 (Publ. 1981). 3.F. Habashi, The Recovery of the Lanthanides from Phosphate Rock, J. Chem. Techn. & Biotech. 35A (1), 514 (1985). Condensed version in J. Chinese Rare Earth Soc. 4, 7276 (1986) in Chinese. 4.F. Habashi, Trends in Fertilizer Technology and Its Impact on the Environment, Materials & Society 9 (3), 393409 (1985). 5.F. Habashi, Sulfur and the Fertilizer Industry, Arab. Min. J. 5 (2), 7480 (1985). 6.F. Habashi, A Summary and Comments: Phosphates and Phosphate Fertilizer Industry in Developing Countries (Gafsa Round Table Discussion), Arab Min. J. 6 (1), 6370 (1986). 7.F. Habashi, Fluoridation and the Phosphate Industry, Arab Min. J. 6 (3), 6264 (1986), Arabic transl. Ibid, pp. 3738.

8.F. Habashi, In-situ and Dump Leaching Technology: Application to Phosphate Rock, Fertilizer Research 18, 275279 (1989). 9.F. Habashi, Phosphate Fertilizer Industry Processing Technology, Ind. Minerals 318, 6569 (1994). 10.F. Habashi, New Horizons for the Phosphate Fertilizer Industry, Arab Min. J. 12 (1), 5156 (1994), Arabic summary ibid p. 26. 11.F. Habashi, A New Approach to Phosphate Processing, Phosphorus & Potassium No. 193,2426 (1994). 12.F. Habashi, A New Approach to the Processing of Phosphate Rock, Tema Tecnologia e Materiais, CETEM, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 2 (3,4), 14 (1996). 13.F. Habashi, In-situ, Dump, and Vat Leaching of Phosphate Rock, pp. 513 517 in Process Intensification Symposium, editors: C. A. Pickles et al., Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 1996. 14.F. Habashi, The Recovery of Uranium and the Rare Earths from Phosphate Rock, pp. 213218 in Proceedings 29th Annual Meeting of Canadian Mineral Processors, CANMET, Ottawa 1997. 15.F. Habashi, The Recovery of Uranium and Rare Earths from Phosphate Rock, Proceedings of the Third Arab Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Damascus, December 1996, pp. 373378. 16.F. Habashi, Solvent Extraction in the Phosphate Fertilizer Industry, pp. 201218 in Extraction & Processing Division 1998 edited by B. Mishra, TMSAIME, Warrendale, PA 1998. 17.F. Habashi, Hydrometallurgy to Solve Phosphate Processing, Ind. Minerals, September 2004, page 31. 18.F. Habashi, Phosphate Industry and the Radon Problem [in Farsi], Radon Conference, Payam-e-Nour University of Khorasan-e-Razavi, Iran (February 2425, 2010). 19.F. Habashi, Uranium from Phosphate Rock. An Update, pp. 631639 in Volume 1 of Uranium 2010, edited by E. K. Lam, J. W. Rowson, and E. zberk. Published by Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2010. 20.F. Habashi, The Future of Dicalcium Phosphate, Preprint 11-056, SME 2011. 21.F. Habashi, Phosphate Rock. A Look to the Future, pp. 424438 in Modern Technologies of Mining Resources, edited by V. E. Kislyakov, published by Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia 2011. Asbestos 1.F. Habashi, Asbestos: Progress and Problems, Arab Min. J. 7 (2), 5262 (1987). Arabic summary ibid. pp. 2223. Also in Indian Mining & Engineering Journal26 (11), 717 (1988). 2.F. Habashi, Advances in Asbestos Science, Intern. J. Environ. Issues Minerals & Energy Ind. 1, 1522 (1993). Extended abstract in Proc. Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, pp. 287288, 1992. 3.F. Habashi, M. Pag, La diminution de la toxicit de lamiante chrysotile par une modification de surface, ACFAS 1998, Universit Laval. Abstract.

Historical Articles

4.F. Habashi, Asbestos Update, pp. 141151 in New Trends in Mineral Processing III, Technical University Ostrava 1999. 5.F. Habashi, Chemisorption of Organic Dyes on Chryostile Asbestos and the Toxicity Issue, Europ. J. Min. Proc. & Env. Protect. 1, 19 (2001). 6.F. Habashi, Asbestos, pp. 15 in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science & Technology, 2001. 7.F. Habashi, Can the Toxicity of Asbestos Be Reduced? pp. 111114 in Proceedings First International Symposium on Aqua Science, Water Resource, and Innovation Development of Countryside, Sakuraze, Sakawa, Kochi Prefecture, Japan, November 2630 (2007). Reprinted in Proceedings SME Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado 2008. 8.F. Habashi, Asbestos: Beyond the Fears, Mining Com., Sept./Dec. 2008, pp. 5960. 9.F. Habashi, Can the Toxicity of Asbestos be Reduced?, SME.

General 1.F. Habashi, History of Metallurgy in Finland. The Story of Outokumpu, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 86 (975), 5763 (1993). 2.F. Habashi, Introduction, pp. 19 in A History of Metallurgy, edited by F. Habashi, Mtallurgie Extractive Qubec, Sainte-Foy, Qubec 1994. 3.F. Habashi, Mining and the Arts,Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1026), 122123 (1999). 4.F. Habashi, The Origin of Flash Smelting, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1020), 8384 (1998). 5.F. Habashi, V. Dufek, Mining, Metallurgy, and the Church, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1025), 97102 (1998). 6.F. Habashi, Mirrors Through the Ages, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1023), 8790 (1998). 7.F. Habashi, Two Hundred Years Electric Current. The Impact on Metallurgy, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1035), 8692 (1999). 8.F. Habashi, The First Oil Well in the World, Bull.Hist. Chem. 25 (1), 6466 (2000). 9.F. Habashi, Electrometallurgy. Past, Present, and Future, pp. 351366 in Aqueous Electrotechnologies, edited by D. Dreisinger, TMS-AIME, Warrendale PA 1997. 10.F. Habashi, Medicine and Mining Industry, pp. 123137 in 6th International Symposium on Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Mining, and Metallurgy, edited by T. Dizdarevi and M. Peljhan, Idrija Mercury, Mine, Idria, Slovenia 2002. Shortened version in The Invisible Light 15, 2431 (2001). 11.F. Habashi, Metallurgy, History of, pp. 55375541 in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science & Technology, Elsevier 2001. Also in Milestones in the History of Metallurgy, Proceedings Fifth International Conference on the Beginning of the Use of Metals and Alloys, Kyongiu, Korea, April 2002, edited

by Gyu-Kim, Kyung-Woo Yi, and Hyung-Tai Kang, pp. 5360, Spanish translation Hitos en la Historia de la Metalurgia, Minerales (Santiago, Chile) 56 (240), 1317 (2001). 12.F. Habashi, Petrus Jacobus Kipp and His Apparatus, Chemical Heritage 20 (4), 9 (2002/2003). 13.F. Habashi, Rntgens First Public Lecture, The Invisible Light 18, 7 (2002). 14.F. Habashi, History of Diamonds, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1064), 7882 (2002). Reprinted in AfricanXChange 3 (1), 6778 (2003) and in De Beers Science & Engineering Review 2 (2), 109118 (2003). Also available on IMAAC web site. 15.F. Habashi, History of Chlorine, pp. 37 in Chloride Metallurgy edited by E. Peek and G. Van Weert, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, Montreal 2002. 16.F. Habashi, History of Corrosion Research, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 96 (1067), 8894 (2003). 17.F. Habashi, One Hundred Years of Liquid Air. Canadian Contribution, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 96 (1069), 122125 (2003). 18.F. Habashi, History of Amber, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 96 (1072), 166168 (2003). Also available on IMAAC web site. 19.F. Habashi, European Mining Traditions, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 96 (1075), 98100 (2003). 20.F. Habashi, Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Mining, and Metallurgy, J. Cultural Heritage 4 (4), 377378 (2003). 21.F. Habashi, Fire and the Art of Metals. A Short History of Pyrometallurgy, pp. 563570 in VII International Conference on Molten Slags, Fluxes, and Salts, South African Institute of Mining & Metallurgy, Johannesburg 2004. Reprinted in Mineral Proc. & Extractive Met. (Trans. Inst. Min. & Met.) 114C, 165171 (2005). Russian translation in Tsvetnya Metally 10, 8999 (2006). 22.F. Habashi, Mining, Metallurgy, and the Industrial Revolution, pp. 1419 in V. N. Tatishchevs Symposium held October 2004 in Astrakhan State University, Astrakhan, Russia. Russian translation ibid., pp. 1925. Expanded version in Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. (Directory Issue) 6163 (2005); 98 (1089), 8082 (2005);98 (1091), 8182 (20052006). Abstract in 8th International Symposium Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Mining, and Metallurgy (Schwaz, Tyrol), p. 68 (2005). 23.F. Habashi, Soxhlet and His Extractor, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 98 (1091), 83 (20052006). 24.F. Habashi, Mining and Metallurgical Heritage, Metall 59 (6), 373 (2005). 25.F. Habashi, The Beginnings of Chemical and Metallurgical Industries in Canada, De Re Metallica [Madrid] 5, 3135 (2005). 26.F. Habashi, A Short History of Mineral Processing, pp. 38 in Proceedings of XXIII International Mineral Processing Congress, volume 1, edited by G. nal et al. Published by Promed Advertising Agency, Merkez Mahallesi, Hanmefendi Sokak 79, ili 34381 stanbul, Turkey 2006.

Expanded version in Proceedings of 41st Meeting Canadian Mineral Processors, pp. 145161, Ottawa 2009. 27.F. Habashi, Medicine and the Mining Industry. A Historical Review, abstract on p. 42 in Histori Scientiarum Baltica, VilniusKannus 06. XXII Baltic Conference on the History of Science. Published by the Faculty of Medicine at Vilnius University, 2006. 28.F. Habashi, Pyrite. The Strategic Mineral That Became an Industrial Nuisance, De Re Metallica (Madrid) 67, 4358 (2006). A short version in CIM Magazine 4(1), 119121 (2009), ibid. 4 (2), 7274 (2009). 29.F. Habashi, France and the Industrial Revolution, Part 1, CIM Magazine 1 (7), 7779 (2007), Part 2, ibid. 2 (9), 102104 (2007). 30.F. Habashi, History of Metal Casting, CIM Magazine 2 (5), 7273 (2007), 2 (6), 9597 (2007), and 2 (7), 9496 (2007). 31.F. Habashi, Ninety Years Sderberg Electrodes, Metall 62 (12), 1315 (2008). 32.F. Habashi, Canadas First Schools of Mines, pp. 91100 in 9th International Symposium Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Archaeology, and Metallurgy, edited by R. Auger et al., published by CELAL, Laval University, Qubec City 2009. 33.F. Habashi, The Science Museum at Laval University 19861999, pp. 271273 in 9th International Symposium Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Archaeology, and Metallurgy, edited by R. Auger et al., published by CELAL, Laval University, Qubec City 2009. 34.F. Habashi, The Beginnings of Mineral Processing Research in Canada, CIM Magazine 4 (7), 9192 (2009); Part 2: 5 (1), 130132 (2010); Part 3: 5 (2), 8689 (2010); Part 4: 5 (3), 110111 (2010); Part 5: 5 (5), 7577 (2010). A short version in International Mineral Processing Congress 2010, pp. 30513062. 35.F. Habashi, Aqua Science Through the Ages, page 6 in Volume of Abstracts, Second International Symposium on Aqua Science, Water Resources, and Low-Carbon Energy, December 710, 2009, Sanya, Hainan, China. 36.F. Habashi, The Miners Safety Lamp. A Historical Essay, CIM Magazine, 5 (7), 8687 (2010). 37.F. Habashi, History of the Rotary Kiln, De Re Metallica (Madrid), 15 57 60 (2010). 38.F. Habashi, Geosciences. A Historical Essay, De Re Metallica (Madrid), 16 8190 (2011). 39.F. Habashi, Retorts in the Production of Metals. A Historical Survey, Metall 66 (4), 149155 (2012). Alchemy 1.F. Habashi, Mining, Metallurgy, and Mythology, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 85 (956), 7983 (1992). 2.F. Habashi, Zoroaster and the Theory of Four Elements, Bull. Hist. Chem. 25 (2), 109115 (2000).

3.F. Habashi, The Age of Alchemy. History of Chemistry, Metallurgy, and Civilization, Interdiscip. Sci. Rev. 23 (4), 348361 (1998). 4.F. Habashi, Metallurgic Chymistry, the Four Elements, and the Phlogiston, pp. 3743 in Fifth International Symposium Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Mining, and Metallurgy, edited by J. Lerud, et al. Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado 2000. 5.F. Habashi, Cambodias Four Elements, Bull. Hist. Chem. 29 (2), 9798 (2004). 6.F. Habashi, Phlogiston and Modern Chemistry, Bull. Hist. Chem. 31 (1), 31 (2006). 7.F. Habashi, The Theory of Four Elements. Water, Air, Earth, and Fire, pp. 1520 in Proceedings First International Symposium on Aqua Science, Water Resource, and Innovation Development of Countryside, Sakuraza, Sakawa, Kochi Prefecture, Japan, November 2630, 2007. Historical Landmarks 1.F. Habashi, The Iron Pillar of Delhi, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 83 (921), 8586 (1989). 2.F. Habashi, The Museum Library of the Schemnitz Mining Academy, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 85 (957), 7980 (1992). 3.F. Habashi and S. Planeta, Polands Salt Mine Museum, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 85 (958), 8990 (1992). 4.G. Coloma and F. Habashi, The Silver Refinery Ruins at Antofagasta, Chile, pp. 429441 in Proceedings VIII Congresso Nacional de Metalurgia, Antofagasta 1994. Reprinted in Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 87 (984) 9396 (1994). Transl. in Spanish, Las Ruinas de la Refinera de Plata en Antfagasta, Chile, Minerales(Santiago) 55 (236), 1924 (2000). 5.F. Habashi, The Osler Library in Montreal, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 90 (1009), 2629 (1997). 6.F. Habashi Historical Libraries of Science in the Quebec Province, pp. 45 49 in Fifth International Symposium Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Mining, and Metallurgy, edited by J. Larud et al., Golden, Colorado (2000). 7.F. Habashi, The First Iron Works in Canada, Steel Times International, October 2006, page 68. 8.F. Habashi, Carl Bosch and His Museum, Bull. Hist. Chem. 35 (2), 111 114 (2010). Associations 1.F. Habashi, Chemical Heritage Foundation. A Model Project for the Canadian Mineral Industry, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (992), 9396 (1995). 2.F. Habashi, Journal of the Historical Metallurgy Society, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (994), 7374 (1995). 3.F. Habashi, The Metallurgical Society Marks Fiftieth Anniversary, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 89 (999), 2227 (1996). 4.F. Habashi, A Brief History of the Metallurgical Society of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, JOM 48 (10), 67 (1996).

5.F. Habashi, The First International Mineral Processing Conference in 1786, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 89 (1005), 105109 (1996). 6.F. Habashi, The Historical Metallurgy Committee of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Engineering Institute of Canada, Working Paper 4/1997 pp. 1828. 7.F. Habashi, Forty Five Years IMPC, pp. 2563 in Volume 1, Proceedings XX International Mineral Processing Congress, edited by H. Hoberg and H. von Blottnitz, GMDB Gesellschaft fr Bergbau, Metallurgie, Rohstoff-, und Umwelttechnik, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany 1997. Condensed version in Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1018), 231234 (1998), and Intern. J. Mineral Proc. 54 (34), 242253 (1998). 8.F. Habashi, The Institute for the History of Aluminum, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1031), 156 (1999). 9.F. Habashi, Twenty Years Historical Metallurgy Committee, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1029), 8385 (1999). 10.F. Habashi, Fifty Years CECRI, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1026), 123124 (1999). 11.F. Habashi, CMMI Seventy Five Years, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1030), 8185 (1999). Also in Intern. Min. & Minerals (London) 2 (18), 171174 (1999). 12.F. Habashi, 25th Anniversary The Research Laboratory of Hydrothermal Chemistry, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1031), 156 (1999). 13.F. Habashi, The Canadian Metallurgical Quarterly: Forty Years of Continuous Publication, Can. Met. Quarterly 41 (4), 373380 (2002). Reprinted in Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1066), 4753 (2002). 14.F. Habashi, The Conference of Metallurgists of Canada 50 Years Old, pp. 317 in The Canadian Metallurgical & Materials Landscape 19602011, edited by J. Kapusta, P. Mackey, and N. Stubina, published by Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2011. Metals and Alloys 1.F. Habashi, Discovery of Metals, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 87 (979), 6974 (1994), and 87 (980), 112117 (1994). 2.F. Habashi, Metals, Money, and Mints, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 89 (1000), 8593 (1996), 89 (1001), 144149 (1996). 3.F. Habashi, Invar 100 Years Old, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 90 (1007), 121122 (1997). 4.F. Habashi, Discovering the Eighth Metal. A History of Zinc, Zinc (Brussels) 1998, 35. Also in websitehttp://www.iza.com/zwo_org/Publications/Discovering/0202.htm. 5.F. Habashi, History of Alloys, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met.Part 1, 92 (1027), 6771, Part 2, 92 (1028), 166170 (1999). 6.F. Habashi, Historical Introduction to Refractory Metals, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1042), 116125 (2000). Shortened version in Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Reviews 22, 2553 (2001).

7.F. Habashi and V. Dufek, History of Uranium. Part 1 Uranium in Bohemia, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1046), 8389 (2001). 8.F. Habashi, History of Uranium. Part 2 Uranium in Other Countries, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Min. 94 (1047), 97105 (2001). 9.F. Habashi, History of Uranium. Part 3 Uranium in the Periodic Table, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1048), 133134 (2001). 10.F. Habashi, Zinc The Metal from the East, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1049), 7176 (2001). Reprinted in Metall 56 (6), 389394 (2002). 11.F. Habashi, Two-Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of Nickel, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1052), 9195 (2001). 12.F. Habashi, Castner and the Aluminum Industry, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1061), 9293 (2002). 13.F. Habashi, Hall and Hroult and the Production of Aluminum, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1062), 109113 (2002). 14.F. Habashi, Two Hundred Years of Vanadium, pp. 315 in Vanadium Geology, Processing and Applications, MetSoc Conference published by Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2002, edited by M. F. Taner et al. Reprinted in Metall 60(12), 804808 (2006). 15.F. Habashi, Five Hundred Years Mercury Mining at Idria, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1065), 106112 (2002). 16.F. Habashi, History of Aluminum Alloys, section 120 in Les alliages daluminium mouls, Centre qubcois de recherche et dveloppement de laluminium, Chicoutimi, Quebec 2002. 17.F. Habashi, Two Hundred Years Platinum Group Metals, Metall 57 (12), 798805 (2003). 18.F. Habashi, A History of Magnesium, pp. 3142 in Magnesium Technology in the Golbal Age, edited by M. O. Pekguleryuz and L. W. F. Mackenzie, published by Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2006. 19.F. Habashi, Gallium Update, pp. 141153 in Travaux du Comit international pour ltude de la bauxite, de lalumine et de laluminium (ICSOBA), volume 33 No. 37. Published by the Hungarian National Committee of ICSOBA, Budapest 2006. Hungarian translation in Kohszat 140 (3), 2934 (2007). 20.F. Habashi, A History of Niobium, Metall 61(12), 5457 (2007). 21.F. Habashi, Lead Through the Ages, pp. 314 in Zinc and Lead Metallurgy, edited by L. Centomo, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2008. 22.F. Habashi, The Seven Metals of Antiquity, Min. Proc. & Extr. Met. 117 (3), 190191 (2008). 23.F. Habashi, Aluminum Electrolysis. Past, Present, and Future, pp. 206 214 in Travaux du comit international pour ltude des bauxites, de lalumine et de laluminium [ICSOBA], Mineral Information & Development Centre, Nagpur, India 2008 (volume 34, No. 38).

24.F. Habashi, History of Cobalt, pp. 157165 in Hydrometallurgy of Nickel and Cobalt, edited by J. J. Budac et al., Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2009. 25.F. Habashi, History of Nickel, pp. 7797 in Pyrometallurgy of Nickel and Cobalt, edited by J. Liu et al., Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2009. 26.F. Habashi, Boron. Its History and Its Position in the Periodic Table, pp. 355363 in Fourth International Boron Symposium, edited by A. Konuk et al., Eskiehir, Turkey 2009. 27.F. Habashi, Copper from Pyrite. A Historical Review, pp. 27212735 in Volume 7 of Proceedings Copper 2010, Gesellschaft fr Bergbau, Metallurgie, Rohstoff- und Umwelttechnik, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Germany 2010. 28.F. Habashi, A Short History of Uranium, pp. 315 in Uranium 2010, Volume 1, edited by E. K. Lam, J. W. Rowson, and E. zberk. Published by Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2010. Gold 1.F. Habashi, Gold Through the Ages, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (990), 6069 (1995). 2.F. Habashi, Gold. An Historical Introduction, pp. xxvxlvii in Advances in Gold Ore Processing, edited by M. D. Adams, published by Elsever, Amsterdam 2005. 3.F. Habashi, Gold in American Indian Empires, De Re Metallica 10/11, 91 98 (2008). 4.F. Habashi, Gold in the Ancient African Kingdoms, De Re Metallica 12, 6569 (2009). 5.F. Habashi, Gold Rush in Tierra del Fuego, CIM Magazine 4 (4), 76 (2009). 6.F. Habashi, Gold in Siberia. A Historical Essay, CIM Magazine 6 (6), 109 111 (2011). Iron and Steel 1.F. Habashi, Early Ironmaking in Qubec, Center for History of Chemistry News 3 (1), 6 (1985). 2.F. Habashi, 250th Anniversary of the Saint Maurice Ironworks in Canada, Bull. History of Chemistry 2, 1416 (1988). 3.F. Habashi, The Iron Pillar of Delhi, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 82 (921), 85 (1989). 4.F. Habashi, Iron Museums, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 87 (982), 8795 (1994). 5.F. Habashi, A Canadian Industrial Landmark. Forges du Saint Maurice, Chemical Heritage (Philadelphia) 14 (2), 7 (1997). 6.F. Habashi, Iron Through the Ages, pp. 271276 in Proceedings of the International Conference on Alternative Routes of Iron and Steelmaking, edited by V. N. Misra and R. J. Holmes, Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Victoria, Australia 1999. Shortened version in Metallurgy. East West 99, Stara Lesna, Slovakia pp. 48.

7.F. Habashi, Transferring Steel Technology to the Nonferrous Industry, Steel Times International 31(2), 51 (2007). 8.F. Habashi, Gaspard Monge and the Metallurgy of Iron, Steel Times International 31(3), 68 (2007). 9.F. Habashi, Le Creusot and the French Steel Industry. Part 1 War Shows Inadequacies, Steel Times International 31 (10), 54 (2007). Part 2 The Schneider Family, ibid. 31 (1112), 61 (2007). 10.F. Habashi, Ren Antoine Ferchault, Sieur de Raumur (16831757). Part 1 Making Steel, Steel Times International 32 (4), 66 (2008). Part 2 Fractography,ibid. 32 (5), 56 (2008). 11.F. Habashi, Pyrite and the Steel Industry, Steel Times International 32 (6), 60 (2008). 12.F. Habashi, Iron and Steel Archives. A Compendium of Authors. Part 1 17221870, Steel Times International 32 (1112), 59 (2008). Part 2 Up to 1953,ibid. 33 (12), 51 (2009). 13.F. Habashi, The Beginnings of the Iron and Steel Industry in Russia. Part I Peter the Great Establishes Metallurgy, Steel Times International 33 (3), 60 (2009), Part 2 ibid. 33 (5), 44 (2009). 14.F. Habashi, Belgium and the Industrial Revolution, Steel Times International 33 (6), 47 (2009). 15.F. Habashi, Iron Through the Ages: A Philatelic Study, Steel Times International 33 (7), 42 (2009). 16.F. Habashi, The Fischer Family and the Iron Library, Steel Times International 34 (1), 40 (2010). 17.F. Habashi, Farga Catalana, De Re Metallica [Madrid] 13, 107110 (2009). Short version as Catalan Forge in Steel Times International 34 (4), 52 (2010). 18.F. Habashi, The Iron Trail in Austria, Steel Times International 34 (4), 64 (2010). 19.F. Habashi, A Short History of Electric Furnace in Iron and Steelmaking, Steel Times International, September 2010, p. 52; October 2010, p. 48. 20.F. Habashi, Pioneers of Steel Industry. Part 1 Indian Wootz Steel, Steel Times International, April 2011, p. 60. 21.F. Habashi, Pioneers of Steel Industry. Part 2 The Practical Steelmakers, Steel Times International, May/June 2011, p. 76. 22.F. Habashi, Pioneers of Steel Industry. Part 3 The Science of Steel, Steel Times International, July/August 2011, p. 52. 23.F. Habashi, Pioneers of Steel Industry. Part 4 Converter Steelmaking, Steel Times International, September 2011, p. 48. 24.F. Habashi, Pioneers of Steel Industry. Part 5 Open Hearth & Bessemer, Steel Times International, October 2011, p. 48. 25.F. Habashi, Pioneers of Steel Industry. Part 6 Modern Research Tools, Steel Times International, November 2011, p. 42.

26.F. Habashi, Pioneers of Steel Industry. Part 7 Oxygen in Steelmaking, Steel Times International, January/February 2012, p. 44. 27.F. Habashi, Pioneers of Steel Industry. Part 8 Casting of Steel, Steel Times International, March 2012, p. 44. Empires 1.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in New France, Chemistry in Canada 27 (5), 2527 (1975). A shortened version in Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Metall. 75 (838), 151154 (1982). 2.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in New Spain and the Spanish South American Colonies, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 75 (842), 133138 (1982). Spanish translation in Ingeniera Univ. Atacama 1 (1), 511 (1986). 3.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in Imperial Russia (1713 1917), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 75 (844), 145154 (1982). 4.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the Swedish Empire (1709 1905), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 77 (861), 7985 (1984). 5.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the German Empire (1740 1918), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 77 (872), 8895 (1984). 6.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the Austrian Empire (1740 1918), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 78 (873), 7577 (1985). 7.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the French Empire, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 82 (924), 7988 (1989). 8.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the Belgian Empire, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 81 (917), 98102 (1998). 9.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the British Empire, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 83 (941), 102108 (1990), 83 (942), 9093 (1990). 10.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the American Empire, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 84 (946), 104109 (1991), 84 (947), 155160 (1991). 11.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the Egyptian Empire, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 84 (950), 114117 (1991). 12.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the American Indian Empires, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 85 (965), 103107 (1992). 13.F. Habashi, Metals in the Greek and Persian Empires, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 86 (969), 8487 (1993). 14.F. Habashi, Metals in the Middle Eastern and Eurasian Civilization, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 86 (970), 111115 (1993). 15.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the Dutch Empire, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1036), 172178 (2000). 16.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the Roman Empire, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1039), 6470 (2000). 17.F. Habashi, Metals in the Ancient African Kingdoms, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met.93 (1043), 131139 (2000). 18.F. Habashi, Mining and Metallurgy in the Danish Empire, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1045), 107113 (2000). 19.F. Habashi, Chemistry and Metallurgy in the Portuguese Empire, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1044), 109113 (2000).

20.F. Habashi, Metallurgy in Ancient Georgia, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1058) 8283 (2002). Hydrometallurgy 1.F. Habashi, One Hundred Years of Cyanidation, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 80 (905), 108114 (1987). Also in Arab Min. J. 10 (1,2), 4151 (1990) with Arabic transl. pp. 2129. Reprinted in Readings in Historical Metallurgy, ed. M. L. Wayman, pp. 7885, Canadian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy, Montreal 1989. 2.F. Habashi, A Hundred Years of the Bayer Process for Alumina Production, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 80 (909), 7076 (1988). Also in Light Metals 1988 pp. 311, editor L. G. Boxall, The Metallurgical Society, AIME, Warrendale, PA. Reprinted with Arabic translation in Arab Min. J. 8 (3,4), 6169 (1988) and ibid pp. 2428. Also, reprinted in Readings in Historical Metallurgy, ed. M. L. Wayman pp. 7277, Canadian Institute of Mining & Metallurgy, Montreal 1989. 3.F. Habashi, Bayers Process for Alumina Production. A Historical Perspective, Cahiers dhistoire de laluminium 13, 2137(19931994). 4.F. Habashi, Bayers Process for Alumina Production: A Historical Perspective, Bull. Hist. Chem. (17/18) 1519 (1995). 5.F. Habashi, The Origins of Hydrothermal Reactions, Rev. High Pressure Sci. Technol. 7, 14011404 (1998). Abstract in International Conference Solvothermal Reactions, Kyoto, Japan 1997, page 528. 6.F. Habashi, Solvent Extraction in Hydrometallurgy. A Historical Perspective, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1033), 103106 (1999). 7.F. Habashi, Alumina Production. A Historical Perspective, Aluminum Trans. 3 (1), 121131 (2000). Shortened version in Bauxmet 2000. 8.F. Habashi, A Short History of Hydrometallurgy, Hydrometallurgy 79, 15 22 (2005). 9.F. Habashi, The Origins of Pressure Hydrometallurgy, pp. 320 in Pressure Hydrometallurgy 2004, edited by M. J. Collins and V. G. Papangelakis, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2004. 10.F. Habashi, Cementation of Copper. The End of an Era, CIM Magazine 1 (4), 99101 (2006). 11.F. Habashi, Abandoned But Not Forgotten. The Recent History of Copper Hydrometallurgy, pp. 319 in The John E. Dutrizac Symposium on Copper Hydrometallurgy, edited by P. A. Riveras et al., CIM, Montreal 2007. Reprinted in Metall 60 (78), 459465 (2006). Nuclear Energy 1.F. Habashi, A Note on the Discovery of Uranium Fission, Bull. Hist. Chem. 3, 1516 (1989). 2.F. Habashi, Fiftieth Anniversary of Uranium Fission. Contributions of Two Women Scientists, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 82 (931), 8084 (1989). 3.F. Habashi, A Hundred Years of X-Rays, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88(991), 3136(1995). Reprinted Interdisciplinary Sci. Rev. 21(1), 3644 (1996).

4.F. Habashi, Fifty Years Atomic Bombs, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88(995), 97105 (1995). Noddack 1.F. Habashi, Ida Noddack, 75, & Element 75, Chemistry (Washington, D.C.) 44 (2), 1415 (1971). 2.F. Habashi, Ida Noddack (18921978), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 78 (877), 9093 (1985). 3.F. Habashi, Ida Noddack (18921978) and the Periodic Table, pp. 7688 in Womens Contributions to Chemistry, editors V. I. Birss, P. W. Godding, and G. Rayner-Canham, Chemical Institute of Canada, Ottawa 1993. 4.F. Habashi, Rhenium Seventy Years Old, pp. 1536 in Rhenium 97, edited by B. Bryskin, The Mineral, Metals, and Materials Society AIME, Warrendale, PA 1997. 5.F. Habashi, Ida Noddack and Nuclear Fission, pp. 217225 in Pioneer Women in Radioactivity, edited by M. F. Rayner-Canham and G. W. RaynerCanham, McGillQueens University Press, MontrealKingston, 1997. 6.F. Habashi, Ida Noddack The Discoverer of Rhenium, Metall 60 (4), 223 (2006). 7.F. Habashi, Ida Noddack and the Missing Elements, Education in Chemistry 46 (2), 4851 (2009). Rare Earths 1.M. Muhammed, F. Habashi, Ytterby An Historical Landmark, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 83 (944), 6667 (1990). 2.F. Habashi, Rare Earths. A Recollection, Rare Earths Inform. Center News 26 (3), 34 (1991). 3.F. Habashi, The Discovery and Industrialization of the Rare Earths, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 87 (976), 8086, 87 (977), 7176 (1993). 4.F. Habashi, Robert Bunsen and the Rare Earths Industry, pp. 310 in Rare Earths and Actinides IV, edited by R. G. Bautista and B. Mishra, TMS-AIME, Warrendale, PA 2000. 5.F. Habashi, Rare Earths: History and Industry, pp. 3443 in Proceedings of the XIII Balkan Mineral Processing Congress, volume 1, edited by S. Krausz et al., Editura Focus, Petroani, Romania (2009). 6.F. Habashi, Brazil and the Rare Earths Industry, pp. 1218 in XXIV Encontro nacional de tratamento de minrios e metalrgia extractiva, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil, edited by Luiz Rogrio Pinho de Andrade Lima and Luis Alberto Dantas Barbosa (2011). 7.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy of Rare Earths, Investigacin aplicada e inovacin (Lima, Peru) 5 (2), 179189 (2011). Science, Technology, and Society 1.F. Habashi, Enlightened Monarchs, Science, and Culture, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 96 (1074), 9096 (2003). 2.F. Habashi, The Social Responsibility of Scientists. Two Historic Lessons, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 97 (1076), 7782 (2004). Also available on the New Reviewand IMAAC web sites. Short version in Science,

Postage Stamps

Technology, Society, and Nobel Movement, Transactions Issue 3, edited by V. M. Tyntyunik, Nobelistics Publishing House, Tambor, Russia 2009, pp. 125 126. 3.F. Habashi, Philanthropy in Education. A Historical Essay, Part 1: Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 97 (1079), 7277 (2004); Part 2: Ibid. 97 (1080), 7780 (2004). 4.F. Habashi, Migration and Movement of Scholars. A Study in the History of Diffusion of Knowledge, Paper No. 1 in Movemenr of Scientists, edited by C. Molecey, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2004. CIM Magazine 3 (1), 108109 (2008). 5.F. Habashi, Social Problems in the Mining Industry, CIM Magazine 6 (1), 113115 (2011); ibid. 6 (2), 8890 (2011); ibid. 6 (3), 115117 (2011). 1.F. Habashi, The Phosphate Industry on Postage Stamps, Phosphorus & Potassium No. 223, 2425 (1999). 2.F. Habashi, History of Gold on Postage Stamps, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1034), 7778 (1999). 3.F. Habashi, History of Aluminum on Postage Stamps, Cahiers dhistoire de laluminium 25, 2528 (2000). 4.F. Habashi, Commemorating Coal, Ecoal 36, 7 (2000). Also in http://www.wci-coal.com/web/list.Php?menu_id+1.3.2 (open volume 36, page 7). 5.F. Habashi, Mining Equipment on Postage Stamps, World Min. Equip. 25 (1) 45 (2001). 6.F. Habashi, Postage Stamps Highlight History of Uranium, IAEA Bull. 42 (4), 2021 (2000). Also in French, Spanish, Russian, and Chinese, and on websitehttp://www.nuclear.cetin.net.cn/cnic/bulletin/0004/020.htm. 7.F. Habashi, Industrial Minerals on Postage Stamps, Mining Engineering 53 (8), 3133 (2001). Websitehttp://me.smenet.org/200108/css/min0108_31.cfm? CFID=329771&CFTOKEN=23720780. Shortened version in The Canadian Philatelist 52 (1), 78 (2001),http://www.rpsc.org/cp/minerals.html. 8.F. Habashi, History of Iron on Postage Stamps, Iron & Steelmaker, pp. 13 15, September 2001,http://www.issource.org/magazine/Web/0109/Habashi/Habashi-0109.htm. 9.F. Habashi, History of Nickel on Postage Stamps, Metall 55 (6), 365366 (2001). 10.F. Habashi, History of Rare Earths on Postage Stamps, Rare-earth Information Center News 36 (4), 4 (2001). Reprinted in Philagems International No. 111, 1112 (2011). 11.F. Habashi, Copper in Ancient Civilizations, De Re Metallica. Boletn Sociedad Espaola Para la Defensa del Patrimonio Geolgico y minero (Madrid) 17, 810 (2002).

Biographies, Obituaries, Eulogies

12.F. Habashi, Stamped and Approved. Imprints of Canadian Mining and Metallurgy, Can. Chem. News 54 (4), 3031 (2002). 13.F. Habashi, Postage Stamps. A Convergence of Metallurgy, Art, and History, JOM pp. 1012, 50 (2002) April. 14.F. Habashi, Refractories. The Stamps of Approval, Bull. Amer. Soc. Ceramic 81 (10), 6263 (2002). 15.F. Habashi, History of Copper on Postage Stamps, Metall 57 (12), 6164 (2003). 16.F. Habashi, Roentgens Album, Invisible Light 18, 2832 (2002). 17.F. Habashi, History of Diamonds on Postage Stamps, De Beers Science & Engineering Review 2 (2), 107108 (2003). 18.F. Habashi, An Illustrated History of Metallurgy, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 98 (1088), 8183 (2005). 19.F. Habashi, Postage Stamps Deliver History of Metal Casting, Modern Casting 96(8), 64 (2006). 20.F. Habashi, A History of Steel on Stamps, Steel Times International 30(8), 54 (2006). 21.F. Habashi, Welding on Stamps, Metall 61(5), 300301 (2007). 22.F. Habashi, History of Mining in Africa. A Philatelic Study, De Re Metallica 9 (2), 1118 (2008). 23.F. Habashi, Platinum in Bophuthatswana, CIM Magazine 4 (3), 8485 (2009). 24.F. Habashi, The Canadian Gold Rush, CIM Magazine 4 (4), 7374 (2009). 25.F. Habashi, Alfred Nobel: Explosives and Postage Stamps, pp. 3233 in Science, Technology, and Nobel Movement, edited by V. M. Tyutyunik, Tambov, Russia 2010. 26.F. Habashi and Franois Brisse, Nickel Mining in New Caledonia, Philagems International No. 112, 37 (2012). 1.F. Habashi, Edgar William Richard Steacie. (25 Dezember 190028 August 1962), Chem. Zeitung (Vienna) 64, 4243 (1963). 2.F. Habashi, H. Schmid, Friedrich August Henglein, Allgem. u. Praktische Chem. (Vienna) 19 (8), 259 (1968). 3.F. Habashi, G. Brenthel, Frank Arthur Forward (19021972), Z. Erzbergbau u. Metallhttenwesen 26 (1), 51 (1973). 4.F. Habashi, Karl Josef Bayer (18471904). A Pioneer in Hydrometallurgy and Pressure Technology, pp. 116 in Progress in Extractive Metallurgy, Vol. l, edited by F. Habashi, Gordon & Breach, New York, 1973. 5.I. Toromanoff, F. Habashi, Carl Wilhelm Sderberg (18761955), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 82 (932), 9092 (1989). Updated version: F. Habashi, Ninety Years Sderberg Electrodes, Metall 62 (12), 1315 (2008). 6.F. Habashi, Grard Letendre (19061988) and His Time, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 83 (934), 111113 (1990).

7.F. Habashi, Joseph William Mellor (18691938). A Tribute to the Master Textbook Author of All Times, Bull. Hist. Chem. 7, 1316 (1990). 8.F. Habashi, A Tribute to Cyril Stanley Smith (19031992), Metallurgist, Historian, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 86 (966), 97 (1993). 9.F. Habashi, Alexander Sutulov (19251991), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 87 (976), 86 (1993). 10.F. Habashi, I. Toromanoff, Gotthard Bjrling, Eighty-Five, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 87(980), 117 (1994), Erzmetall 86(8), (1994). 11.F. Habashi, Georgius Agricola and His Time, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 87(983), 8288 (1994). 12.F. Habashi, Aloys von Widmansttten and the Story of Meteorites, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88(987), 6166 (1995). 13.F. Habashi, Franz Pawlek (19031994), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88(989), 5960 (1995). 14.F. Habashi, Joseph William Mellor, New Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford), pp. 736737 (2004). 15.F. Habashi, Christlieb Ehregott Gellert and His Metallurgic Chymistry, Bull. Hist. Chem. 24, 3239 (1999). 16.F. Habashi, James Gordon Parr (19272000), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1044), 47 (2000). 17.F. Habashi, Felix A. Schaufelberger, Eighty Years Old, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1046), 88 (2001). 18.F. Habashi, Niepce de Saint-Victor and the Discovery of Radioactivity, Bull. History Chem. 26 (2), 104105 (2001). 19.F. Habashi, Roger Potvin (19111997), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1052), 96 (2001). 20.F. Habashi, Davy and Faraday as Metallurgists, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1054), 8386 (2001). 21.F. Habashi, A Pioneer Metallurgist: Biringuccio, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1055), 98100 (2001). 22.F. Habashi and G. Bolton, Vladimir N. Mackiw (19232001), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1057) 53 (2002). 23.F. Habashi, Andr Hone (19062001), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1057), 5253 (2002). 24.F. Habashi, Telfer E. Norman (19082001), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1059), 144 (2002). 25.F. Habashi, Pioneer Metallurgist: Ercker, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1059), 140144 (2002). 26.F. Habashi, Sainte Claire Deville and the First Aluminum Ingot, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1060), 107109 (2002). 27.F. Habashi, Castner and the Aluminum Industry, Bull. Can Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1061), 9293 (2002). 28.F. Habashi, Petrus Jacobus Kipp and His Apparatus, Chem. Heritage 20 (4), 9 (2002).

Articles on Education

29.F. Habashi, in Biographical Encyclopedia of Astronomers, edited by T. Hockey et al., Springer, Berlin 2007: Luis W. lvarez (19111988), pp. 3839 Johannes Hevelius (16111687), pp. 501503 Gerhard Kremer (15121594), pp. 656657 Hans Eduard Suess (19091993), pp. 11091110 Harald Clayton Urey (18931981), pp. 11621163 Aloys von Widmansttten (17541849), pp. 12171218 Charles August Young (18341908), pp. 12531254 Johann Karl Friedrich Zllner (18341882), pp. 12661267 30.F. Habashi, Karl Josef Bayer and His Time. Part 1, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 97 (1082), 6164 (2004), Part 2 ibid. 97 (1083), 6266 (2004). Reprinted in 15th International Symposium of ICSOBA, pp. 4451, published by Russian National AluminiumMagnesium Institute, St. Petersburg, Russia. 31.F. Habashi, Charles Cooper (19212007), MEi Online People News: North America, November 14, 2007. 32.F. Habashi, A Personal Tribute to Nathaniel Arbiter, Hydrometallurgy 96, 181182 (2009). 33.F. Habashi, Gmelin and His Handbuch, Bull. Hist. Chem. 34 (1), 3031 (2009). 34.F. Habashi, Greetings to Professor Gennady Leonidovich Pashkov on the Occasion of His 70th Birthday, pp. 34 in Proceedings of the First International Congress Nonferrous Metals of Siberia, September 810, 2009, Krasnoyarsk, Russia. Edited by G. L. Pashkov and P. V. Polyakov. 35.T. Havlik and F. Habashi, Obituary to Prof. Roland Kammel (1925 2009), Hydrometallurgy 101, 174 (2010). Also in Metall 64 (12), 49 (2010). 36.F. Habashi, Felix A. Schaufelberger (19212009), Minerals Engineering International Online (http://www.min-eng.com/people/na/86.html). Also in Metall 64 (5), 246 (2010). 37.M. Melashvili and F. Habashi, Pyotr Romanovich Bogrationi (18181876). A Pioneer Hydrometallurgist, Metall 64 (6), 286287 (2010). Reprinted in CIM Magazine 5 (6), 110111 (2010). 38.F. Habashi, Canadas Pioneer Metallurgists, pp. 453468 in The Canadian Metallurgical & Materials Landscape 19602011, edited by J. Kapusta, P. Mackey, and N. Stubina, published by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 2011. 39.F. Habashi, Paul tienne Queneau (19112012), MEi Online (http://www.min-eng.com/people/na/112.html). 1.F. Habashi, Mining & Metallurgy at Laval University, Can. Mining. J., 51 55 (1974), January. 2.F. Habashi, Department of Mining and Metallurgy at Laval University, pp. 8386 in Opportunities for a Career in Mining, Edited by N. J. Themelis, Mining & Metallurgical Society of America, New York 1983.

3.F. Habashi, Laval University, pp. 6072 in Annales Metallurgica, 1983 1984, edited by K. Lilius and A. Taskinen, Helsinki, Finland. 4.F. Habashi, Research in Progress Laval, Minerals Ind. Intern. (London) (993), 3 (1990). 5.F. Habashi, History and the Metallurgy Curriculum, Bull. Can. Inst. Min & Met. 84 (954), 8188 (1991). 6.F. Habashi, History in Engineering Education, pp. 468478, Proc. Eighth Canadian Congress on Engineering Education, Laval University, Quebec City 1992. 7.F. Habashi, Chemical Technology versus Chemical Engineering Education, pp. 458467 in Proc. Eighth Canadian Congress on Engineering Education, Laval University, Quebec City 1992. Extended abstract in Proceedings Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference, pp. 223224, 1992. Portuguse translation in Revista Qumica Industrial 60 (689), 1923 (1992). 8.F. Habashi, Monuments and Historical Landmarks in Engineering Education, pp. 479494 in Proc. Eighth Canadian Congress on Engineering Education, Laval University, Quebec City 1992. 9.F. Habashi, A Monument to Science, The Science Teacher 59 (6), 7273 (1992). 10.F. Habashi, Laval University, pp. 139142 in Opportunities for a Career in Mining & Metallurgy, Mining & Metallurgical Society of America, New York 1992. 11.F. Habashi, Sciences sans conscience, Au Fil des vnements (Universit Laval) 30 (21), 78 (1995).http://www.ulaval.ca/scom/Au.fil.des.evenements/1995/27/020.html. 12.F. Habashi, The First Schools of Mines and Their Role in Developing the Mining and Metallurgical Industries, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 90 (1015), 103114 (1997), ibid. 91 (1016), 96102 (1998), ibid. 91 (1017) 96106 (1998), ibid 92 (1032), 7678 (1999). 13.F. Habashi, The Beginnings of Mining Education in the Far East, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1063), 108111 (2002). 14.F. Habashi, Schools of Mines. The Beginnings of Mining and Metallurgical Education, Abstract, p. 16, 14th International Symposium of ICSOBA, Zagreb, Croatia, October 1011, 2003. ICSOBA Travaux 34, 161171 (2004). Short version in 42nd International October Conference, Kladovo, Serbia, pp. 451 456, edited by Svetlana Ivanov and Dragana ivkovi (2010). 15.F. Habashi, The Beginnings of Mining Education in Canada. Part 1, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 97 (1077), 7175 (2004), Part 2 ibid. 97 (1078), 115 123 (2004). 16.F. Habashi, Canadas First Schools of Mines, Mining Education & Culture, pp. 91100. 17.F. Habashi, The Beginnings of Mining and Metallurgical Education in Japan, De Re Metallica (Madrid) 17, 8592 (2011).

Technical Reports
(A) Reports at Montana College of Mineral Science & Technology, Butte, Montana 1.C. O. Gale, V. Griffiths, F. Habashi, G. T. Hanson, Preparation of Ultrafine Beryllium Power by the Amalgam Process. Tech. Rept. No. 1, November 1965, submitted to General Astrometals Corporation, Yonkers, N.Y. 2.F. Habashi, R. J. Murray, R. W. Toivonen, V. Griffiths, G. T. Hanson, Ultrafine Beryllium Powder by the Amalgam Process. Tech. Rept. No. 2, November 1966, submitted to General Astrometals Corporation, Yonkers, N.Y. 3.F. Habashi, G. T. Hanson, V. Griffiths, Ultrafine Beryllium Powder by the Amalgam Process. Tech. Rept. No. 3, October 1966, submitted to General Astrometals Corporation, Yonkers, N.Y. 4.F. Habashi, The Recovery of Elemental Sulfur from Sulfide Ores, Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology, Butte, Montana, Bulletin 51 (1966). 5.F. Habashi, Kinetics and Mechanisms of Gold and Silver Dissolution in Cyanide Solution, Montana Bureau of Mines & Geology, Butte, Montana, Bulletin 59 (1967). 6.F. Habashi, Uranium in Phosphates, Montana Bureau of Mines & Geology, Butte, Montana, Special Bulletin 52 (1970). (B) Internal Reports at the Extractive Metallurgical Research Division, The Anaconda Company, Tucson, Arizona. Part I Studies on Chalcopyrite 1.Thermal Decomposition of Chalcopyrite (June 16, 1970). 2.The Action of Oxygen on Chalcopyrite (Nov. 20, 1968). 3.The Action of Sulfur Dioxide on Chalcopyrite (May 20, 1969). 4.The Action of Sulfur Dioxide Oxygen Mixture on Chalcopyrite (Aug. 7, 1969). 5.The Action of Sulfur Trioxide on Sulfide Minerals, Part I Chalcopyrite (Oct. 31, 1968). 6.The Action of Sulfur Trioxide Oxygen Mixture on Chalcopyrite (Dec. 10, 1968). 7.The Action of Hydrogen on Chalcopyrite, Part I (Aug. 28, 1969). 8.The Action of Hydrogen on Chalcopyrite, Part II (June 16, 1970). 9.The Reduction of Chalcopyrite with Hydrogen in Presence of Lime (June 16, 1970). 10.The Action of Concentrated Sulfuric Acid on Chalcopyrite Concentrates (Jan. 28, 1969). 11.The Action of Nitric Acid on Chalcopyrite Concentrates (Sept. 17, 1970). 12.The Chlorination of Chalcopyrite (Dec. 15, 1970). Part II Studies on Other Sulfides 1.The Reduction of Copper Sulfides (Jan. 8, 1970). 2.The Reduction of Sulfides by Hydrogen in Presence of Lime (April 10, 1970).

3.The Anodic Dissolution and Cathodic Reduction of Copper Sulfides (June 16, 1970). 4.The Action of Nitric Acid on Nickel Sulfide Concentrates (Sept. 25, 1970). Part III Studies on Twin Buttes Low-Grade Copper Ore 1.Part 1 Thermal Treatment of Chrysocolla (May 6, 1969). 2.Part 2 Thermal Treatment of the Ore (May 6, 1969). 3.Part 3 Some Analytical Procedures (May 23, 1969). 4.Part 4 Effect of NH3/NH4+ Ratio on Leaching with Ammoniacal Ammonium Carbonate (July 28, 1969). 5.Part 5 Effect of the Anion on Leaching (Aug. 4, 1969). 6.Part 6 The Precipitation of Copper Sulfide from Ammoniacal Solutions (Oct. 13, 1969). 7.Part 7 Acid-Soluble Copper and Sulfur Content (April 23, 1970). Part IV The Ammonium Sulfite Process for Copper Recovery 1.Part 1 (Oct. 20. 1969). 2.Part 2 (April 23, 1970). Part V The cyanide process for copper recovery from Twin Buttes Low-Grade Ore 1.Part 1 (Aug. 8, 1969). 2.Part 2 (April 23, 1970). Part VI Miscellaneous Studies 1.Studies on Chrysocolla (Sept. 3, 1969). 2.The Reduction of Copper Sulfate (June 16, 1970). 3.The Action of Sulfur Trioxide on Elemental Sulfur (June 9, 1969). 4.The Action of Sulfur Trioxide on a Mixed Copper Ore (May 29, 1969). 5.The Recovery of Beryllium from a Low-Grade Ore from Utah by Sulfur Trioxide Reaction (May 12, 1969). (C) Reports at Laval University, Quebec City, Canada 1.F. Habashi, I. Toromanoff, Studies on Sorelslag, submitted to QIT Fer et Titane, Sorel, Qubec 1982. 2.F. Habashi, Tan Phan Duy, The Recovery of H2SO4 from Waste Acid of TiO2 Pigment Plant, 12 pages, submitted to Tioxide Canada, Tracy, Qubec 1983. 3.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy at Laval University 19701984, A lecture delivered in May 1984 at the Institute of Chemical Metallurgy, Beijing, and the Institute of Mining & Metallurgy, Changsha, Hunan Province, both of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, 37 pages, 1984. 4.F. Habashi, F. T. Awadalla, Metallized and Colored Asbestos, 19 pages, 1986. Submitted to the Asbestos Institute, Montral. 5.F. Habashi, F. T. Awadalla, Compacted Phosphogypsum, 3 pages, June 1987, submitted to the Phosphate Research Institute, University of Miami, Florida.

Conference Reports

6.F. Habashi, Rhenium. A Recollection, 85 pages, December 1989. 7.F. Habashi, Rare Earths. A Recollection, 15 pages, 1990. 8.F. Habashi, valuation de Programme Matriaux et Mtallurgie, 26 pages, 1990. 9.Y. Bergeron, C. Galarneau, F. Habashi, P. Houyoux, S. Normand, L. Tailleur, C. Veilleux, Muse du Sminaire de Qubec. Muse de l'Amrique franaise, Rapport du comit de rflexion sur la mise en valeur de la Bibliothque du Sminaire de Qubec, Muse du Sminaire de Qubec, Quebec City 1993, 28 pages + 8 annexes. 10.F. Habashi (editor), Album Souvenir 1993, Dpartement de Mines et Mtallurgie, Universit Laval. 11.F. Habashi, F. Ballard (editors), Historical Metallurgy Notes. A Compendium of Articles, Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal 1994, 24 pages 12.F. Habashi, Pressure Oxidation of Ferrous Sulfate at CHEMCO, SaintAugustin, Quebec, 25 pages, submitted to Federal Business Develpment Bank, Quebec City 1995 13.F. Habashi, Fayoum Portraits, 1995 14.F. Habashi, Electric Furnace Steel Dust, 7 pages, submitted to INNOVATECH, Quebec City, October 1998 15.F. Habashi, Magnesium Production from Abu Dhabis Sabkha, 48 pages, submitted to A. W. Atkins, Epsom, UK, 2001 16.F. Habashi, A Summary of the Chemical Aspects of Cyanidation Process, COREM, Qubec City 2004. 17.F. Habashi, Kinetics and Mechanisms of Leaching Copper Minerals, Seminario Internacional Hidrometalurgia del Cobre, Sociedad Punta del Cobre, Copiap, Chile, April 11, 2005. 18.F. Habashi, Report on a Scientific Mission. Kazakhstan, Foreign Affairs Canada, May 2006. 1.F. Habashi, International Symposium Problems of Complex Ores Utilization, Saint Petersburg Russia, May 1994: Report Minerals Engineering 7 (9), 12061207 (1994). Report Hydrometallurgy 37, 125126 (1995). Opening Speech, Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Review 15 (14), 24 (1995). Closing Remarks, Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Review 15 (14), 4 (1995). 2.F. Habashi, I. N. Beloglazov, The First International Symposium: Problems of Complex Ore Utilization, Mendeleev Comunications (5), 198199 (1994) September. Also in Tsvetn. Metally (10), 7072 (1994) in Russian 3.F. Habashi, I. N. Beloglazov, M. I. Kourochkina, The First International Symposium Problems of Complex Ores, May 1994, Zh. Prikl. Khim. 68 (12), 20682071 (1995) in Russian.

4.F. Habashi, IMPC Aachen, September 2225, 1997, Minerals Engineering 11 (3), 290292 (1998). 5.F. Habashi, The XXth International Mineral Processing Congress, Aachen 1997, Biominet 38, 45 (1998). 6.F. Habashi, The Fourth Conference on Environment and Mineral Processing, Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic 1998, Minerals Engineering 11(10), 996 (1998). 7.F. Habashi, The 100th Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Montreal, Canada May 38, 1998, Minerals Engineering 11 (8), 794795 (1998). 8.F. Habashi, The 37th Annual Conference of Metallurgists of CIM, Canada August 1619 1998, Minerals Engineering 11 (12), 12261227 (1998). 9.F. Habashi, The XVIth National Meeting for Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy. Aguas de So Pedro, Brazil, August 2326, 1998, Minerals Engineering11 (12), 1227 (1998). 10.F. Habashi, The 128th TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition, San Diego, USA, February 28March 4, 1999, Minerals Engineering 12 (8), 9991000 (1999). 11.F. Habashi, The 38th Annual Conference of Metallurgists of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum, Minerals Engineering 12 (12), 15441545 (1999). 12.F. Habashi, REWAS99. Global Symposium on Recycling, Waste Treatment, and Clean Technology. San Sebastian, Spain, September 49, 1999, Minerals Engineering 12 (12), 15451546 (1999). 13.F. Habashi, The 129th TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition, Nashville, TN, March 1216, 2000, Metall (Berlin) 54 (6), 363365 (2000), short version in Minerals Engineering 13 (6), 688689 (2000). 14.F. Habashi, International Conference on Scientific Problems of Complex Processing of Mineral Resources of Nonferrous and Ferrous Metals, October 1113, 2000, Almaty, Kazakhstan, Mineral Engineering 14 (2), 283 (2001). 15.F. Habashi, The Second Mining Meeting of South America and Seventh Mining Meeting of Tarapac, Iquique, Chile, August 2225, 2001. http://www.min-eng.com/gen_reps.html Minerals Engineering 14 (12), 1690 (2001). 16.F. Habashi, The 40th Conference of Metallurgists. Toronto, Canada August 2629, 2001. Minerals Engineering 15 (3), 209 (2002). 17.F. Habashi, SME Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, USA, February 2426, 2003, Minerals Engineering 16 (5), 487 (2003). 18.F. Habashi, SME Annual Meeting, Denver, USA, February 2325, 2004, Minerals Engineering 17, 743744 (2004). 19.F. Habashi, Second International Conference: Metallurgy of Nonferrous and Rare Metals. Krasnoyarsk, Russia, September 912, 2003, MEi Online,http://www.min-eng.com/general/reps/22.html.

20.F. Habashi, 42nd Conference of Metallurgists, Vancouver, British

Columbia, Canada, August 2427, 2003, MEi Online, http://www.mineng.com/general/reps/24.html. Minerals Engineering 18 (1), 134 (2005). 21.F. Habashi, Fourth International Conference on Hydrometallurgy Xian, Shaanxi Province, China, October 1719, 2004, Metall 59 (12), 25 (2005). Shorter version in Minerals Engineering 18, 288 (2005) and MEi Online, http://www.min-eng.com/hydrometallurgy/reps/8.html. 22.F. Habashi, SME Annual Meeting: Mining and Washington, Metall 59 (5), 184 (2005). 23.F. Habashi, Challenges for the Metals and Materials Industry, Metall 59 (10), 615 (2005). 24.F. Habashi, The Eighth International Symposium on Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Mining, and Metallurgy, Metall 60 (12), 5456 (2006). 25.F. Habashi, HydroCopper 2005, Santiago, Chile, Nov. 2325, 2005, Metall 60 (3), 105 (2006). Also in MEi Online. 26.F. Habashi, XVI International Extractive Metallurgy Conference, Saltillo, Mexico, April 2428, 2006, MEi Online. 27.F. Habashi, Conference of Metallurgists, Toronto, Canada, Metall 62 (5), 282 (2008). Short version in MEi Online, General Minerals Engineering: Conference Reports. 28.F. Habashi, Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Archaeology, Mining, and Metallurgy, Quebec City, Canada, 2007, Metall 61 (12), 811 (2007). 29.F. Habashi, First International Symposium on Aqua Science, Sakawa, Kochi Prefecture, Japan, November 2007, BePress. 30.F. Habashi, Study of Bauxite, Alumina, and Aluminum, Metall 63 (12), 29 (2009). 31.F. Habashi, 41st Canadian Mineral Processors Conference, Ottawa, Canada, January 2022, 2009, http://www.min-eng.com/general/reps/66.html. 32.F. Habashi, 5th International Conference on Hydrometallurgy, Zhangjiajie, Hunan Province, China, July 68, 2009, http://www.mineng.com/hydrometallurgy/reps/21.html. Also in Hydrometallurgy 100, 34 (2009) and Min. Proc. & Extr. Met. 118 (4), 253 (2010). 33.F. Habashi, Conference of Metallurgists, Sudbury, Canada, July 2326, 2009, http://www.min-eng.com/general/reps/69.html. 34.F. Habashi, International Copper Hydrometallurgy Workshop. Report from HydroCopper 2009 in Antofagasta, Chile, Metall 63 (11), 559 (2009). 35.F. Habashi, Nickel & Cobalt 2009. Conference of Metallurgists in Sudbury, August 2326, 2009, Metall 63 (12), 653 (2009). 36.F. Habashi, Libraries Archives Museums Collections. 10th International Symposium on Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Mining, and Metallurgy, Metall 64 (12), 24 (2010). 37.F. Habashi, 4th International Boron Symposium, MEi Online, October 2009. Also in Metall. 38.F. Habashi, XIX International Conference on Extractive Metallurgy, MEi Online, May 2010.

Trip Reports

39.F. Habashi, Copper 2010, Hamburg, Germany, MEi Online, June 2010. 40.F. Habashi, Metals from Siberia, Metall 65 (10), 442 (2011). 41.F. Habashi, Siberia Metallurgy Conference, MEi Online (http://www.nfmsib.com). 42.F. Habashi, Fray International Symposium, Steel Times International, JanuaryFebruary 2012. 1.Tora, Egypt, Summer 1946 [Cement Factory] 2.Suez, Egypt, Summer 1947 [Government Petroleum Refinery] 3.Linz a.d. Donau, Austria, Summer 1955 [Stickstoffwerke] 4.Vsendorf, Austria, Summer 1956 [Petroleum Refinery] 5.Moscow, USSR, August 1957 [Youth Festival] 6.Ludwigshafen am Main, August 31September 29, 1957 [BASF] 7.Paris, September 1960 8.Montreal, August 1961, [IUPAC Conference] 9.Montreal East, August 1961 [Canadian Copper Refiners] 10.Sudbury, August 1961 [The International Nickel Company] 11.Columbus, Ohio, September 1962 [Chemical Abstracts Service, Interview] 12.Europe: Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna, October 1962 [TH Berlin, TH Wien] 13.London, January 1963 [Royal School of Mines] 14.Dallas, Texas, February 2428, 1963 [AIME Annual Meeting] 15.Denver, Colorado, June 1328, 1964 [Energetics in Metallurgical Phenomena] 16.Montana 1966: Great Falls [Anaconda Zinc], East Helena [Asarco], Bozeman [Montana State College], Missoula [Montana State University], Helena [AIME Montana Section Meeting] 17.Idaho and Oregon, April 1622, 1967 [Pacific Northwest Metals & Minerals Conference] 18.Bronx, New York, February 1314, 1968 [Treadwell Corporation] 19.Utah, February 1968 [University of Utah, Salt Lake City] 20.Chicago, Illinois, May 1315, 1968 [Armour Industrial Chemical Corporation] 21.Arizona: Bagdad & Miami: July 1968 [Solvent extraction of copper] 22.Arizona & Nevada: October 1968 [Las Vegas: American Mining Congress, Grand Canyon, Meteor Crater] 23.Worcester, Massachusetts, August 1725, 1968 [Thermal Analysis Conference & MIT] 24.Los Angeles, California, December 16, 1968 [AIChE Meeting & Technological Forecasting] 25.Bronx, New York, 1968 [Astrometals: Beryllium Project] 26.Arizona 1969, Miami, March 11; Inspiration, April 12; Hayden, May 24 27.Europe, June 1430, 1969: London, Cologne, Vienna [Gordon & Breach, Hydrometallurgy Conference, Ida Noddack]

28.New York City, 1971 [Columbia School of Mines & Brooklyn Institute of Technology] 29.Montreal, summer 1971 [Noranda Research Center, Pointe-Claire] 30.Arvida, Quebec, August [Seminar at ALCAN Research Department] 31.Boston, Massachusetts April 914, 1972. [ACS Meeting] 32.Murdochville, Quebec, June 2325, 1975 [Gasp Copper Mines] 33.Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, August 1011, 1975 34.Ontario, September 1975: Port Hope [Eldorado Mining & Refining]; Hamilton [Stelco], Port Colborne [INCO], Ottawa [Mint] 35.Montreal, November 2729, 1975 [Transit to Mexico] 36.Mexico City, November 29December 6, 1975 [ACS Meeting] 37.Dubbs Ferry, New York, June 1617, 1977 [Stauffer Chemicals] 38.Columbus, Ohio, 1977, [United McGill] 39.USSR and India, OctoberDecember 1977 [Sabbatical] 40.North America, June 1978, 4 pages [Sabbatical] 41.Montreal East, November 13, 1978 [Canadian Copper Refiners, Copper Sulfate Plant] 42.Poland and Germany, MayJune 1979 [IMPC] 43.Columbus, Ohio, 1979, [United McGill] 44.BathurstBelledune, New Brunswick, October 57, 1979 [Brunswick Mining and Smelting] 45.Washington, DC, September 914, 1979 [ACS Meeting] 46.Boston, Massachusetts, April 2025, 1980 [IMPHOS Conference] 47.France, Belgium, Sweden, and England, June 1980 [BRGM] 48.Rome, Sofia, Kowait, and Madrid, October 1980 [Complex Sulfides Conference] 49.Mexico, December 1980 [Hydrometallurgy course] 50.Portugal, Germany, Sweden, and Norway, May 1981 [Stockholm: Hydrometallurgy course] 51.Sudbury, September 14, 1981 [Students trip] 52.Montreal, October 49, 1981 [2nd World Congress of Chemical Engineering] 53.Arizona and Utah, December 1981 [Henkel Corporation: Hydrometallurgy course, AIME, Duval, Kennecott] 54.California, January 1982 [Engineering Foundation] 55.Ottawa, June 1982 [CANMET Committee, Seminar: Complex Sulfides] 56.Roswell, New Mexico, June 2830, 1982 [Telor Incorporation] 57.East Brunswick, New Jersey, November 13, 1982 [Solvent Extraction course, Center for Professional Advancement] 58.Brazil, December 4, 1982January 6, 1983 [Bilateral Exchange Program: Niobium project] 59.China, May 1984 [Hydrometallurgy course] 60.Portugal and France, July 519, 1984 [Lisbon Conference] 61.Tunisia, November 1985 [UNIDO Phosphate Round Table] 62.Bolivia, JuneJuly 1986 [Hydrometallurgy course]

63.Washington DC, July 1416, 1986 [ACS Audio Course] 64.Miami, Florida, December 1986 [University of Miami] 65.Montreal, March 6, 1987 [Asbestos Cement Plant] 66.South Africa, Apartheid Heresy, July 1987 [S. African Chemical Society Anniversary] 67.Europe, SeptemberNovember 1987 [Sabbatical] 68.Cuba, December 1987 [Laterite Project] 69.Arizona and Colorado, January 1988 [TMS Bayer Centennial & Colorado School of Mines] 70.Cuba, March 1989 [United Nations: Laterite Project] 71.San Francisco, California, May 58, 1990 [Transit to China] 72.China Revisited, May 8July 4, 1990 [Changcha invitation, Sweden, Koice, Greece] 73.Kokura, Japan, November 818, 1990 [Rare Metals conference] 74.India Revisited, January 117, 1991 [Atomic Energy Conference] 75.Central Europe Revisited, May 12June 14, 1991 [Prague, Koice: Extractive Metallurgy course, Miskolc, Cracow] 76.Utah and California, July 25August 7, 1991 [San Jos: Fine Particles Conference] 77.Ottawa, August 1723, 1991, 10 pages [MetSoc] 78.Montreal, May 12, 1992 [ACFAS Congress. Periodic Table] 79.Asbestos, Quebec, May 18, 1992 [Delft University students] 80.Sheridan Park, Mississauga, Ontario, September 20, 1991 [INCO Research Center] 81.Brazil Revisited, June 20July 21, 1992 [CETEM Escuela de Qumica course] 82.Western Canada: Edmonton, Vancouver, Calgary, August 21September 5, 1992 [MetSoc, Environmental Issues Conference] 83.Toronto, October 1719, 1992 [Chemical Engineering conference] 84.Argentina, October 19November 1, 1992 [Invitation to conference] 85.Antofagasta, Chile, December 917, 1992 [Catholic University] 86.Denver, Colorado, and Sonora, Mexico, February 19March 14, 1993 [TMS and Hydrometallurgy Course] 87.A Lecture Tour in Four Continents: Europe (Finland, Russia), Indonesia, Australia, S. Africa], May 2June 16, 1993 [IMPC] 88.Chile Revisited, July 31August 21, 1993 [Lecture tour] 89.Kingston, October 1517, 1993 [CSTHA] 90.Two Hundred and Twentieth Anniversary of the Saint Petersburg Mining Institute, October 22November 7, 1993, [Doctorate h.c.] 91.France, December 31, 1993January 11, 1994 [cole Nationale Polytechnique de Lorraine, Nancy, Doctorate Examination] 92.San Francisco and Albuquerque, February 1119, 1994 [IMPC Committee, SME] 93.Russia and United Kingdom, May 621, 1994 [Conference preparation, Oxford, Stratford/Avon]

94.Chile. Third Visit, August 217, 1994 [CONAMET conference] 95.Toronto, August 2024, 1994 [MetSoc] 96.Islamic Republic of Iran. A Model Theocratic State, September 116, 1994 [Conference] 97.Japan Revisited: Takamatsu & Kochi, November 30December 11, 1994 [Hydrothermal Reactions] 98.BathurstBelledune, New Brunswick, January 1920, 1995 [Brunswick Mining & Smelting] 99.Las Vegas, February 1119, 1995 [TMS] 100.Toronto, March 3031, 1995 [MetSoc Board Meeting, University of Toronto] 101.Morocco, May 27June 8, 1995 [Managem] 102.Armenia, May 1023, 1995 [Laval University Mission] 103.Egypt, June 13July 6, 1995 [TOCTEN] 104.Norfolk, Virginia, August 58, 1995 [Conference] 105.Vancouver, B.C., August 1926, 1995 [MetSoc] 106.Kingston, October 1415, 1995 [CSTHA] 107.Elko, Nevada, October 2527, 1995 [Barrick Gold] 108.Nancy and Heidelberg, November 515, 1995 [Doctorate Examination] 109.Anaheim, California, February 38, 1996 [TMS] 110.Brazil. Third Visit, March 817, 1996 [CNPq Anniversary] 111.Aachen, Rome, Lisbon, April 29June 6, 1996 [La Sapienza] 112.Montreal, August 2429, 1996 [MetSoc] 113.Syria, December 113, 1996 [Atomic Energy Conference] 114.Japan. Third Visit: Takamatsu, December 1520, 1996 [Hydrothermal Reactions] 115.Ottawa, January 1923, 1997 [Canadian Mineral Processing] 116.Orlando, Florida, February 815, 1997 [TMS] 117.Morocco and Andalusia, March 328, 1997 [Managem] 118.Brazil. Fourth Visit, April 12May 1, 1997 [CETEM invitation] 119.Cleveland, Ohio, May 46, 1997 [ASM Meeting] 120.Sudbury, Ontario, August 1620, 1997 [MetSoc] 121.Japan, Fourth Visit: Kyoto & Takamatsu, August 26September 4, 1997 [Hydrothermal Reactions] 122.Europe, September 1330, 1997 123.Kingston, October 35, 1997 [CSTHA] 124.Toronto, October 2022, 1997 [Industrial Minerals Conference] 125.Venezuela, November 22December 5, 1997 [25th Anniversary School of Metallurgy] 126.San Antonio, Texas, February 15?, 1998 [TMS] 127.Saltillo, Mexico, February 1998 [Visit to CINVESTAS] 128.Montreal, May 38, 1998 [CIM Centennial] 129.Czech Republic Revisited, June 17July 1, 1998 130.Calgary Revisited, August 1620, 1998 [MetSoc] 131.Trois-Rivires, October 16, 1998 [Conference]

132.Brazil. Fifth Visit, August 22September 1, 1998 [So Paulo Conference] 133.San DiegoFresno, California, February 28March 10, 1999 [TMS] 134.Morocco and Andalusia Revisited, March 12April 2, 1999 [Managem] 135.BarcelonaSan Sebastian, Spain, April 2029, 1999 [REWAS Committee] 136.Philadelphia, May 14, 1999 [Chemical Heritage Foundation] 137.Quebec City, August 1999 [MetSoc] 138.Delft, Leoben, San Sebastian, August 28September 10, 1999 [REWAS] 139.Kingston, October 13, 1999 [CSTHA] 140.Egypt, November 24December 13, 1999 [Family visit] 141.Marrakesh and Cte dAzur, January 2330, 2000 [Managem] 142.Pretoria, February 1527, 2000 [Hydrometallurgy Course] 143.Nashville, Tennessee, March 1215, 2000 [TMS] 144.Barcelona, Prague, and Wrocaw, May 115, 2000 [Lecture tour] 145.Golden, Colorado, July 2327, 2000 [Cultural Heritage] 146.Ottawa, August 2023, 2000 [MetSoc] 147.Saskatshewan, September 1016, 2000 [Uranium Conference] 148.Kazakhstan Revisited: Almaty & Ust Kaminogorsk, October 816, 2000 [Conference] 149.Brazil Revisited, December 29, 2000 [CETEM] 150.Montreal, January 1011, 2001 151.Epsom, January 2023, 2001 [Magnesia Project] 152.New Orleans, February 1014, 2001 [TMS] 153.Marrakesh, Lisbon, March 31April 8, 2001 [Managem] 154.Russia Revisited, May 518, 2001 155.Chile, Toronto, August 829, 2001 156.Far East: Japan, China, and Vietnam, October 825, 2001 157.Seattle, Washington, February 1720, 2002 [TMS] 158.China and Korea, March 29April 26, 2002 [Conference] 159.Slovenia and Romania, June 1629, 2002 [Cultural Heritage] 160.Montreal, August 1114, 2002 [MetSoc] 161.Rome, August 31September 28, 2002 [La Sapienza] 162.Montreal, December 10, 2002 [ASM Montreal Section] 163.Cincinnati, February 22March 2, 2003 [SME] 164.Montreal, April 2324, 2003 [Egyptian Consulate lecture] 165.Vancouver, August 2428, 2003 [MetSoc] 166.Siberia, August 31September 14, 2003 [Gold Conference] 167.Sweden and Croatia, October 415, 2003 [ICSOBA] 168.Vietnam and Cambodia, October 19November 1, 2003 [Asia Chemistry Conference] 169.Denver, Colorado, February 2226, 2004 [SME] 170.Abitibi, May 1718, 2004 [COREM] 171.Hamilton, Ontario, August 2126, 2004 [MetSoc] 172.Mongolia & Buryatia, September 1127, 2004 [Gold Conference] 173.Astrakhan & Xian, October 624, 2004 [Conferences] 174.Jordan, February 1222, 2005 [Magnesia Project]

175.Salt Lake City, February 26March 3, 2005 [SME] 176.Chile, Fifth Visit: Copiap & Santiago, April 721, 2005 [Short Course] 177.Jordan Re-visited, May 1219, 2005 [Magnesia Project] 178.Calgary, August 2025, 2005 [MetSoc] 179.Schwaz, Tyrol, September 29October 14, 2005 [Cultural Heritage] 180.Toronto, October 26, 2005 [Barrick] 181.Santiago, Chile, November 2228, 2005 [HydroCopper 2005] 182.Toronto, March 2324, 2006 [AMIRA] 183.Montreal, March 25, 2006 [Interview] 184.Saint Louis, Missouri, March 2630, 2006 [SME] 185.Mexico, April 14May 1, 2006 [Hydrometallurgy course] 186.Kazakhstan, Third Visit: Almaty & Taras, May 20June 1, 2006 [Phosphorus Slag Project] 187.Turkey: Istanbul & Ankara, August 31September 15, 2006 [IMPC] 188.Montreal, October 14, 2006 [MetSocISCOBA] 189.Vilnius, Rga, & Frankfurt, October 414, 2006 [History of Science Conference] 190.Asbestos, Quebec, October 24, 2006 [Visitors from Japan] 191.Denver, Colorado, February 25March 1, 2007 [SME] 192.Central Europe, April 930, 2007: Slovakia: Koice; Hungary: Miskolc & Budapest; Serbia: Bor & Belgrade; Romania: Braov, etc. [Lecture Tour] 193.Egypt, April 30May 6, 2007 [Family visit] 194.Kingston, Ontario, May 1517, 2007 [NSERC Committee Meeting] 195.Montreal, June 23, 2007 [Egyptian Consulate Conference] 196.Perc, July 2529, 2007 [Holiday] 197.Toronto, August 2530, 2007 [MetSoc] 198.Morocco, September 2330, 2007 [Lecture tour] 199.Toronto, October 1115, 2007 [CSTHA] 200.Mexico, October 1525, 2007 [Lecture tour] 201.Japan, November 12December 1, 2007 [Lecture tour, conference] 202.China, January 924, 2008 [Nantong University Invitation] 203.Salt Lake City, February 2427, 2008 [SME] 204.Mexico, June 110, 2008 [Short Course, Guanajuato] 205.Cuba, July 618, 2008 [Summer School] 206.Winnipeg, August 2328, 2008 [MetSoc] 207.Mediterranean Cruise, October 311, 2008 [Holiday] 208.India, November 18December 1, 2008 [ICSOBA, Lecture Tour] 209.Ottawa, January 1821, 2009 [CMP] 210.Denver, Colorado, February 2127, 2009 [SME] 211.Antofagasta, Chile, May 917, 2009 [HydroCopper] 212.Heidelberg, Bucharest, and Tirana, June 822, 2009 [Balkan Congress] 213.China, July 313, 2009 [Hydrometallurgy Conference] 214.Sudbury, August 2326, 2009 [MetSoc] 215.Freiberg, Eskiehir, Cairo, September 27October 18, 2009 [Cultural Heritage, Boron]

Travels

216.Sanya, China, December 511, 2009 [Aqua Science] 217.Montreal, January 31, 2010 [Egyptian Consulate Meeting] 218.Phoenix, Arizona, February 28March 3, 2010 [SME] 219.Lima, Peru, April 1624, 2010 [Hydrometallurgy Course] 220.Vancouver, May 1215, 2010 [InfoMines, Course Introduction] 221.Saltillo, May 1623, 2010 [Conference, Pyrometallurgy Course] 222.Hamburg, June 411, 2010 [Copper 2010] 223.Saskatoon Revisited, August 1518, 2010 [Uranium 2010] 224.Indonesia & Australia Revisited, August 30September 16, 2010 [IMPC] 225.Vancouver, October 36, 2010 [MetSoc] 226.Serbia & Bulgaria Revisited, October 818, 2010 [Conferences] 227.Denver, Colorado, February 27March 3, 2011 [SME] 228.Philippines, March 413, 2011 [Visiting Professor] 229.Iran, April 2029, 2011 [Lecture Tour] 230.Trabzon, Turkey, May 28, 2011 [Karadeniz Technical University] 231.Lima, Peru, May 21June 3, 2011 [TECSUP Short Courses] 232.Jakarta and Johannesburg, June 319, 2011 [Short Courses for NeoEdge, Singapore] 233.Peru, July 1828, 2011 [Consultants Short Course] 234.Lakefield, Ontario, 2011 [SGS/Magpei Project] 235.Siberia, September 414, 2011 [Norilsk] 236.Brazil, October 1122, 2011 [Salvador, Bahia] 237.Ottawa, November 25, 2011 [Environment Canada] 238.Belgium, November 814, 2011 [European Parliament] 239.Seattle, Washington, February 1923, 2012 [SME] 240.Southeast Asia: Bangkok & Penang, March 820, 2012 [Gold Fields Refinery] 241.Philippines Revisited, March 27April 1, 2012 [Rhenium from Chalcopyrite] 1.F. Habashi, Travelling in Siberia, Buryatia, and Mongolia, Proceedings SME Annual Meeting, Saint Louis, Missouri, March 2006 (CD). 2.F. Habashi, Travelling in China, Proceedings SME Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, February 2007 (CD). 3.F. Habashi, East is East and West is West, BEPRESS, November 2007. 4.F. Habashi, Travelling in Brazil, Proceedings SME Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, February 2009 (CD). 5.F. Habashi, Travelling in South Africa, Proceedings SME Annual Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, Febuary 2010 (CD). 6.F. Habashi, Travelling in Chile, Proceedings SME Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, Febuary 2011 (CD). 7.F. Habashi, Travelling in Japan, Proceedings SME Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, Febuary 2012 (CD).

Annual Reports
1.June 1, 1981 May 31, 1982 2.June 1, 1982 May 31, 1983 3.June 1, 1983 May 31, 1984 4.June 1, 1984 May 31, 1985 5.May 1, 1985 April 30, 1986 6.May 1, 1986 April 30, 1987 7.May 1, 1987 April 30, 1988 8.May 1, 1988 April 30, 1989 9.May 1, 1989 April 30, 1990 10.May 1, 1990 April 30, 1991 11.May 1, 1991 April 30, 1992 12.May 1, 1992 April 30, 1993 13.May 1, 1993 April 30, 1994 14.September 1, 1995 August 31, 1996 15.September 1, 1996 August 31, 1997 16.September 1, 1997 August 31, 1998 17.September 1, 1998 September 10, 1999 18.September 11, 1999 August 31, 2000 19.September 1, 2000 August 31, 2001 20.September 1, 2001 August 31, 2002 21.September 1, 2002 August 31, 2003 22.September 1, 2003 August 31, 2004 23.September 1, 2004 August 31, 2005 24.September 1, 2005 August 31, 2006 25.September 1, 2006 August 31, 2007 26.September 1, 2007 August 31, 2008 27.September 1, 2008 August 31, 2009

Book and Film Reviews

Technical 1.F. Habashi, Nuclear Chemical Engineering, by M. Benedict and T. H. Pigford, J. Inorg. & Nucl. Chem. 9, 101 (1959). 2.F. Habashi, Grundri der Chemischen Technik, by F. A. Henglein, J. Chem. Education 42, A148 (1965). 3.F. Habashi, Solvent Extraction Principles and Applications to Process Metallurgy, by G. M. Ritcey and A. W. Ashbrook, J. Metals 32 (7), 46 (1980). 4.F. Habashi, The Electrochemistry of Lead, edited by A. T. Kuhn, J. Metals 32 (11), 44 (1980). 5.F. Habashi, Mineral Processing Technology, by B. A. Wills, J. Metals 34 (4), 43 (1982). 6.F. Habashi, Videotape Series Did Not Live Up to Review, Can. Chem. News 45 (5), 43 (1993). 7.F. Habashi, The Fundamentals of Aluminum Production (video series), Can. Chem. News 47 (6), 46 (1995).

8.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy of Copper, by A. K. Biswas and W. G. Davonport, Intern. J. Min. Processing 46 (34), 295296 (1996). 9.F. Habashi, Hydrometallurgy by S. Venkatachalm, Minerals Engineering 11 (8), 789790 (1998). 10.F. Habashi, Copper Sulphides Symposium, ALTA 1998, Mineral Engineering 12 (4), 447 (1999). 11.F. Habashi, Metals and the Environment, edited by J. Skeaff, Minerals Engineering 12 (1), 126 (1999). 12.F. Habashi, Biohydrometallurgy and the Environment Toward the Mining of the 21st Century (2 vols.), edited by R. Amils and A. Ballester, Hydrometallurgy 55, 117 (2000). 13.F. Habashi, Processing of GoldCopper and CopperGold Ores, edited by M. D. Adams, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1042), 126 (2000). 14.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy of Activated Minerals, by P. Balaz, Minerals Engineering 13 (10,11), 1191 (2000). 15.F. Habashi, Eighth World Salt Symposium, Minerals Engineering International Online 2000/8/29. 16.F. Habashi, Mineral Resources and Beneficiation Plant Practice in India by S. R. S. Sastri et al., Minerals Engineering 13 (14,15), 1665 (2000). 17.F. Habashi, Proceedings of the XXI International Mineral Processing Congress, by P. Massacci, Minerals Engineering 13 (14, 15), 1677 (2000), also in Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1060) 111 (2002). 18.F. Habashi, Uranium 2000, International Symposium on the Process Metallurgy of Uranium, by E. zberk and A. J. Oliver, editors, Minerals Engineering 13 (14, 15), 16771678 (2000). 19.F. Habashi, Military Metallurgy, by A. Doig, JOM 52 (3), 39 (2000). 20.F. Habashi, Scientific Problems of Complex Processing of Mineral Resources of Nonferrous and Ferrous Metals, Minerals Engineering 14 (2), 283 (2001). 21.F. Habashi, Mineralogy, by Dexter Perkins, JOM 53 (3), 48 (2001). 22.F. Habashi, Applied Mineralogy in the Mining Industry, by William Petruk, Minerals Engineering 14 (4), 453 (2001). 23.F. Habashi, The Recycling of Nonferrous Metals, by M. E. Henstock, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1050), 80 (2001). 24.F. Habashi, Persistance, Bioaccumulation, and Toxicity of Metals and Metal Compounds, by Parametrix Inc., Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1050), 80 (2001). 25.F. Habashi, Environmental Management in Metallurgical Industries, edited by R. C. Gupta et al., Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1052), 96 (2001). 26.F. Habashi, Canadian Milling Practice, edited by J. R. Goode, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1052), 96 (2001). 27.F. Habashi, Proceedings of the Second Mining Meeting of South America and the Seventh Mining Meeting of Tarapac, http://www.mineng.com/Book_revs.html.

28.F. Habashi, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Clean

Technologies for the Mining Industry, http://www.min-eng.com/Bookrevs.html. 29.F. Habashi, Waste Processing and Recycling in Mineral and Metallurgical Industries IV, http://www.min-eng.com/book_revs.html Minerals Engineering 14(12), 1696 (2001), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1057), 91 (2002). 30.F. Habashi, Interactions in Mineral Processing, edited by J. A. Finch et al., http://www.min-org.com/book_revs.html Minerals Engineering 14 (12) 1696 (2001), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1057), 91 (2002). 31.F. Habashi, Electrometallurgy 2001, edited by J. A. Gonzalez, J. E. Dutrizac, and G. H. Kelsall, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1055), 101 (2001). 32.F. Habashi, Inovative Technologies for Steel and Other Materials, edited by J. Guerard and E. Essadiqui, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1055), 101 (2001). 33.F. Habashi, Light Metals 2001 Mtaux lgers, edited bt M. Sahoo and T. J. Lewis, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1055), 101 (2001). 34.F. Habashi, Minprex 2000. International Congress on Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1055), 101102 (2001). 35.F. Habashi, Coal Flotation and Fine Coal Utilization, by J. S. Laskovski, Minerals Engineering 15, 309 (2002). 36.F. Habashi, Greenhouse Gases in the Metallurgical Industries, edited by C. A. Pickles, Minerals Engineering 15, 210 (2002). 37.F. Habashi, Biohydrometallurgy: Fundamentals, Technology, and Sustainable Development, edited by V. S. T. Ciminelli and O. Garcia, Minerals Engineering 15, 210211 (2002). Also in Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1064), 85 (2002). 38.F. Habashi, Analysis of Uranium Supply to 2050, by IAEA, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1060), 111 (2002). 39.F. Habashi, Sulfide Smelting 2002, edited by R. L. Stephens and H. Y. Sohn, Minerals Engineering 15, 381 (2002). 40.F. Habashi, EPD Congress 2002, edited by P. R. Taylor, Minerals Engineering 15, 381382 (2002). 41.F. Habashi, Chloride Metallurgy 2002, edited by E. Peek and G. Van Weert, Minerals Eng. 16, 295296 (2003). Also in Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 96 (1071), 83 (2003). 42.F. Habashi, Vanadium. Geology, Processing, and Applications, Minerals Engineering International Online, March 2003, http://www.mineng.com/book_revs2.html. 43.F. Habashi, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Gold Recovery, by A. Plante, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 96 (1071), 84 (2003). 44.F. Habashi, Chemical Hydrometallurgy, by A. Burkin, Minerals Engineering 17, 565566 (2004). Also in MEi Online.

45.F. Habashi, Chemical Metallurgy, by C. K. Gupta, Chemie Ingenieur Technik 76 (3), 295 (2004). 46.F. Habashi, XXII International Mineral Processing Congress, edited by L. Lorenzen and P. Bradshaw, MEi Online. 47.F. Habashi, Recycling and Waste Treatment in Mineral and Metal Processing, edited by B. Bjrkman et al., MEi Online. 48.F. Habashi, Hydrometallurgy 2003, edited by C. Young et al., MEi Online. 49.F. Habashi, Magnesium Alloys, edited by E. Aghion and D. Eliezer, Bull. Can. Min. & Met. 97 (1080), 81 (2004). 50.F. Habashi, XXII International Mineral Processing Congress, Minerals Engineering 17, 845846 (2004). Also in MEi Online, http://www.mineng.com/book_revs.html. 51.F. Habashi, Particle Size Enlargement in Mineral Processing, edited by J. S. Laskowski, MEi Online, http://www.min-eng.com/general/bookstore/43.html. 52.F. Habashi, Greenhouse Gases in the Metallurgical Industries II, edited by S. R. Rao et al., MEi Online, http://www.mineng.com/environmental/bookstore/19.html. 53.F. Habashi, Advances in Refractories for the Metallurgical Industries IV, edited by M. Rigaud and C. Allaire, MEi Online, http://www.mineng.com/pyrometallurgy/bookstore/13.html. 54.F. Habashi, Pressure Hydrometallurgy 2004, edited by M. J. Collins and V. G. Papangelakis, MEi Online, http://www.min-eng.com/book_revs.html. 55.F. Habashi, Environmental Issues in the Mining and Metallurgical Industry by Mario Snchez, Armando Valenzuela, and Edita Vircikova, MEi Online,http://www.min-eng.com/book_revs.html. 56.F. Habashi, Encyclopedia of the Elements by Per Enghag, MEi Online, http://www.min-eng.com/book_revs.html. 57.F. Habashi, Innovations in Natural Resource Processing, edited by C. A. Young et al., Minerals Engineering 18, 905 (2005). 58.F. Habashi, Interfacial Separation of Particles by Shouci Lu et al., Minerals Engineering 18, 905906 (2005). 59.F. Habashi, Minor Elements 2000, edited by C. A. Young, Minerals Engineering 18, 906 (2005). 60.F. Habashi, Copper Leaching, Solvent Extraction, and Electrowinning Technology, edited by Gerald V. Jergensen II, Minerals Engineering 18, 906 (2005). 61.F. Habashi, Principles of Mineral Processing, edited by M. C. Fuerstenau and K. N. Han, Minerals Engineering 18, 907 (2005). 62.F. Habashi, ISEC 2002, edited by K. C. Sole, J. S. Preston, and D. Robinson, Minerals Engineering 18 (8), 993994 (2005). 63.F. Habashi, Treatment of Gold Ores, edited by G. Deschnes, D. Hodouin, and L. Lorenzen, Min. Proc. & Extr. Met. 114, C255 (2005). 64.F. Habashi, Nickel and Cobalt 2005. Challenges in Extraction and Production, edited by J. Donald and R. Shoneville, Min. Proc. & Extr. Met. 114, C256 (2005). Also in MEi Online.

65.F. Habashi, Advances in Gold Ore Processing, edited by M. D. Adams, Mineral Processing & Extraction Metallurgy 115 (1), 55 (2006). Also in MEi Online. 66.F. Habashi, HydroCopper 2005, edited by Jorge M. Menacho and Jess M. Casas de Prada, Mineral Processing & Extraction Metallurgy 115 (1), 5556 (2006). Also in MEi Online. 67.F. Habashi, Surface Chemistry of Froth Flotation by S. Ramachandra Rao, MEi Online. 68.F. Habashi, The Chemistry and Technology of Magnesia by Mark A. Shand, TMS-JOM Book Review Online (2007-0420),http://www.tms.org/pubs/journals/JOM/reviews/82.htm. 69.F. Habashi, Colloidal Silica: Fundamentals and Applications, by H. E. Bergna and W. O. Roberts, TMS Book Review Online (2007-0430),http://www.tms.org/pubs/journals/JOM/reviews/88.htm. 70.F. Habashi, Third International Symposium on Iron Control in Hydrometallurgy, edited by J. Dutrizac and P. A. Riveros, Min. Proc. & Extr. Met. 116 (3), 207 (2007). 71.F. Habashi, Cobalt 2006, http://www.metall-web.com. 72.F. Habashi, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Aqua Science, Sakawa, Kochi Prefecture, Japan, November 2007, BePress. 73.F. Habashi, Zinc and Lead Metallurgy, edited by L. Centomo et al., MEi Online (http://min-eng.com/book_revs.html). Also in Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy 117 (4), 256 (2008). 74.F. Habashi, Advances in Cleaner Technologies for the Mining and Metallurgical Industry, MEi Online (http://min-eng.com/book_revs.html). Also in Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy 118 (1), 63 (2009). 75.F. Habashi, The Chemistry of Gold Extraction, by J. O. Marsden and C. I. House, Min. Proc. & Ext. Met. 115 (3), 175 (2006). 76.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy of Rare Earths, by C. K. Gupta and N. Krishnamurty, Min. Proc. & Ext. Met. 115 (3), 175 (2006). 77.F. Habashi, Hydrometallurgy 2008, Metall Web site. 78.F. Habashi, Proceedings of the Fourth International Boron Symposium, Min. Proc. & Ext. Met. 119 (1), 49 (2010). 79.F. Habashi, Molten 2009, Min. Proc. & Ext. Met. 119 (2), 124 (2010). 80.F. Habashi, Advances in Refractories V, www.metall.com (http://www.metall-web.de/nc/de/home/anlagenbau/newsdetail/news/9/12891708002010-advances-in-refractories-v/). 81.F. Habashi, PbZn 2010, www.metall.com (http://www.metallweb.de/nc/de/home/news-detail/news/6/1289430000pbzn-2010/). 82.F. Habashi, Theory and Laboratory Experiments in Ferrous Metallurgy, by R. C. Gupta, Steel Times International, October 11, 2010 (http://www.steeltimesint.com/news/view/theory-and-laboratory-experimentsin-ferrous-metallurgy/publications/).

83.F. Habashi, Extractive Metallurgy of Nickel, Cobalt, and Platinum-Group

Metals, by Crundwell et al. (http://min-eng.blogspot.ca/2011/09/review-ofextractive-metallurgy-of.html). 84.F. Habashi, Water in Mineral Processing, edited by J. Drelich, MEi Blog (http://min-eng.blogspot.ca). Historical 1.F. Habashi, All That Glitters. Readings in Historical Metallurgy, Bull. Hist. Chem. 4, 33 (1990). 2.F. Habashi, The Mining Book of Schwaz of 1556, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 83 (937), 9899 (1990). 3.F. Habashi, Schwazer Bergbuch, Bull. Hist. Chem. 8, 2930 (1990). 4.F. Habashi, The Imperial Mining Books of 1764, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 84 (955), 8590 (1991). Shortened version in Bull. Hist. Chem. 10, 4243 (1991). 5.F. Habashi, The Topography of Iron Works in Slovakia in Nineteenth Century, by Maria Sarudyova, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 85 (957), 81 (1992). 6.F. Habashi, Chemical Engineering in Canada. An Historical Perspective, by L.W. Shemilt (editor), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 85 (957), 81 (1992). 7.F. Habashi, The Quarrying of Grindstone by Johann Eingleigner. A Manuscript Written in 1806, Translated and Published in 1990, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met.85(959), 9697 (1992). 8.F. Habashi, Aspects of Early North American Metallurgy, by M. L. Wayman et al., Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 85 (961), 138 (1992). 9.F. Habashi, Leopold Gmelin. Handbook of Theoretical Chemistry, Can. Chem. News 45 (3), 335 (1993). 10.F. Habashi, Chemistry Looks to the Future. BASF, Ludwigshafen am Main, Germany, Can. Chem. News 45 (5), 3637 (1993). 11.F. Habashi, Histoire technique de la production daluminium, edited by Paul Morel, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 86 (971), 42 (1993). 12.F. Habashi, The Living Rock, by Arthur J. Wilson, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 87 (984), 96 (1994). 13.F. Habashi, Mining and Metallurgy in South Africa, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (989), 60 (1995). 14.F. Habashi, Mining in the Americas, by Hemunt Waszkis, Bull. Can. Inst. Min.&Met. 88 (992), 96 (1995). 15.F. Habashi, Dominions Apart: Reflections on the Culture of Science and Technology in Canada and Australia, edited by R. MacLeod and R. Jarrell, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (991), 36 (1995). 16.F. Habashi, Archeology of the Frobisher Voyages, edited by W. W. Fitzhugh and J. S. Olin, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (994), 7475 (1995). 17.F. Habashi, Martin Frobishers Northwest Venture 15761581. Mines, Mineral, Metallurgy, by D. D. Hogart et al., Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (994), 7475 (1995).

18.F. Habashi, Hungarian Mining, edited by L. Zsamboki, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (995), 95 (1995). 19.F. Habashi, Lalumine Gardanne de 1893 nos jours, by P. Mioche, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (995), 95 (1995). 20.F. Habashi, La farga catalana en el marc de l'arqueologia sideruacute;rgica, edited by E. Tomas i Morera, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (995), 9495 (1995). 21.F. Habashi, Chemical Canada 19701995, edited by Robert B. V. Nicholls, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 88 (994), 74 (1995). 22.F. Habashi, Mining People. A Century, edited by J. M. Drew, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 89 (996), 72 (1996). 23.F. Habashi, National Reports. The Ninth International Conference on the Conservation of Industrial Heritage, edited by C. Andrea and L. Trottier, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 89 (996), 72 (1996). 24.F. Habashi, Journal of the History of Arabic Science, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 89 (997), 74 (1996). 25.F. Habashi, Dreams & Rewards. The Barrick Story, by Peter C. Newman, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 89 (997), 74 (1996). 26.F. Habashi, The World of Physical Chemistry, by K. J. Laidler, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 89 (1003), 47 (1996). 27.F. Habashi, Berthold Schwarz. Chemie und Waffentechnik im 15. Jahrhundert, by G. W. Kramer, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 89 (1003), 47 (1996). 28.F. Habashi, Der Fall Berthold Schwarz, by G. W. Kramer, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 89 (1003), 47 (1996). 29.F. Habashi, Des Mines et des Hommes, by M. Vallires, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 90 (1007), 123 (1997). 30.F. Habashi, Roaring Days, by J. Mouat, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 90 (1007), 123 (1997). 31.F. Habashi, Miniere E Metallurgia Nel Mondo Greco E Romano, by J. F. Healy, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 90 (1008), 164 (1997). 32.F. Habashi, A History of Chemistry, by B. Bensaude-Vincent and I. Stengers, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 90 (1009), 31 (1997). 33.F. Habashi, From Steam to Space, edited by Andrew H. Wilson, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 90 (1013), 31 (1997). 34.F. Habashi, International Atomic Energy Agency. Personal Reflections, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1022), 8889 (1998). 35.F. Habashi, A History of the International Atomic Energy Agency, by David Fischer, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1022), 8889 (1998). 36.F. Habashi, Kleine Chronik der Oberharzer Bergstdte bis zur Einstellung des Erzbergbaus, by Herbert Dennert, Bull. Can. Insti. Min. & Met. 91 (1017), 106 (1998). 37.F. Habashi, Zur Geschichte des Mansfelder Kupfer Schieferbergbaus edited by Gnther Jankowski, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1017), 106 (1998).

38.F. Habashi, Histoire de lUniversit Laval, by Jean Hamelin, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1019), 106 (1998). 39.F. Habashi, Alchemy. The Golden Art, by Andreas De Pascalis, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1019), 106 (1998). 40.F. Habashi, A Philatelic Ramble Through Chemistry, by E. Heilbronner and F. A. Miller, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1019), 106 (1998). 41.F. Habashi, Lavoisier. Chemist, Biologist, Economist, by J.-P. Poirier, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1022), 88 (1998). 42.F. Habashi, Bibliography of the History of Canadian Science and Technology, by A. E. Ross, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1022), 89 (1998). 43.F. Habashi, 500 Years of Earthmoving, by H.-H. Cohrs, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1022), 89 (1998). 44.F. Habashi, St. Barbara, by R. Nemitz and D. Thierse, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1022), 89 (1998). 45.F. Habashi, Untold Wealth. Canadas Mineral Heritage, by K. J. Kutz, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1022), 88 (1998). 46.F. Habashi, Engineering in History, by R. S. Kirby et al., Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1029), 88 (1999). 47.F. Habashi, Chinese Technology in the Seventeenth Century, by Ten-Kung Ki-Wu, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1023), 93 (1998). 48.F. Habashi, Pride and Vision. The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy, and Petroleum 18981998, by E. Tina Crossfield, Mineral Engineering 11 (11), 1095 (1998). 49.F. Habashi, The Forges du Saint-Maurice, by R. Samson, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 91 (1023), 93 (1998). 50.F. Habashi, cole Polytechnique. 125 anne de gnie, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1030), 85 (1999). 51.F. Habashi, A Short History of Technology from the Earlier Times to AD 1900, by T. K. Derry and T. I. Williams, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1033), 108 (1999). 52.F. Habashi, The Science of Measurement. A Historical Survey, by H. A. Klein, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1033), 108 (1999). 53.F. Habashi, Cultural Heritage Collected in Libraries of Geosciences, Mining, and Metallurgy, edited by T. Cernajsek and L. Jontes, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92(1034), 83 (1999). 54.F. Habashi, Out of the Fiery Furnace, by R. Raymond, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1034), 83 (1999). 55.F. Habashi, Chemistry is Electric, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 92 (1035), 95 (1999). 56.F. Habashi, The Ancient Metallurgy of Copper, edited by Beno Rothenberg, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1036), 179180 (2000). 57.F. Habashi, Weapons and Armor, by Harold H. Hart, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1037), 68 (2000). 58.F. Habashi, The Archeology of Weapons by R. Ewart Oakeshott, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1037), 68 (2000).

59.F. Habashi, The Book of the Sword by Richard F. Burton, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1037), 68 (2000). 60.F. Habashi, Our Petroleum Challenge by the Petroleum Communication Foundation, Bull. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1037) 68 (2000). 61.F. Habashi, Second Cultural Heritage Symposium, edited by T. Cernajsek and L. Jontes, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1041), 155 (2000). 62.F. Habashi, Metals and the Royal Society, by D. R. E. West and J. E. Harris, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1042), 126 (2000). 63.F. Habashi, A Century of Achievement, by John E. Udd, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1041), 155 (2000). 64.F. Habashi, Cultural Heritage in Geology, Mining, and Metallurgy, edited by T. Cernajsek and C. Hauser, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1044), 116 (2000). 65.F. Habashi, Rocky Austria. A Brief Earth History of Austria, edited by H. G. Kenmayr, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1045), 113 (2000). 66.F. Habashi, The Mastery and Use of Fire in Antiquity, by J. E. Rehder, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 93 (1045), 113 (2000). 67.F. Habashi, Le fer du Nouveau-Qubec et la saga de la sidrurgie, by A. Cholette, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1049), 7778 (2001). 68.F. Habashi, History of Ironmaking, by J. A. Ricketts, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1052) 91 (2001). 69.F. Habashi, Metall und Mnze, by P. Hammer, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 94 (1052), 96 (2001). 70.F. Habashi, Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on the Beginnings of the Use of Metals and Alloys, edited by Gyu-Hokim et al., Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95 (1064), 85 (2002). 71.F. Habashi, Fifth International Symposium on Cultural Heritage in Geosciences, Mining, and Metallurgy, edited by J. Lerud et al., Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 95(1064), 85 (2002). 72.F. Habashi, Mining in World History, by M. Lynch, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 96 (1071), 8384 (2003). 73.F. Habashi, Civilization and Copper by A. Leibbrandt Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 98 (1088), 78 (2005). 74.F. Habashi, Copper Art in the Andean World by J. Berengner and Luis A. Gonzlez, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 98 (1088), 78 (2005). 75.F. Habashi, The History of Grinding by Alban J. Lynch and C. A. Rowland, MEi Online. 76.F. Habashi, Mining and Metallurgy in Ancient India, by Rina Shrivastava, Metall (http://www.metall-web.com) [January 6, 2009]. 77.F. Habashi, History of Flotation by A. Lynch, G. Harbert, and M. Nelson, Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy 119 (4), 247248 (2010). 78.F. Habashi, The Canadian Metallurgical & Materials Landscape 1960 2011, by J. Kapusta, P. Mackey, and N. Stubina, MEi Blog, March 14, 2012.

Letters to the Editor


1.F. Habashi, A Kinetic Study of the Dissolution of Uraninite. A Discussion, Econ. Geology 72 (7), 13601361 (1977). 2.F. Habashi, Kinetic Study on the Pressure Leaching of Sphalerite. A Discussion, Metallurgical Trans. 8B, 699700 (1977). 3.F. Habashi, Formation and Decomposition of Thiosulfate in the Ferrous SulfateSulfur Dioxide Reaction, Inorg. Chem. 20, 40274028 (1981). 4.F. Habashi, Re: Book Reviews Principles of Extractive Metallurgy. Volume 3: Pyrometallurgy, Can. J. Chem. Eng. 66 (4), 703 (1988). 5.F. Habashi, Research in Progress, Minerals Ind. Intern. (London), No. 993, p. 3 (1990). 6.F. Habashi, James Miller Williams (18181890), Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 84 (95), 9 (1991). 7.F. Habashi, The Leaching of Tin in Oxygenated Sodium Hydroxide Solutions. Comment, Hydrometallurgy 28, 127130 (1992). 8.F. Habashi, Terminology, J. Metals 54 (3), 1718 (1993). 9.F. Habashi, Russian Science, J. Metals 55 (2), 71 (1994). 10.F. Habashi, The International Week at Laval, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 87 (979), 27 (1994). 11.F. Habashi, A Matter of Metal, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 87 (980), 10 (1994). 12.F. Habashi, Delhi Iron Pillar, JOM page 7 (1998) August. 13.F. Habashi, Comments on the paper Alternative Processes for Treatment of Chalcopyrite. A Review, Minerals Engineering 11 (12), 1219 (1998). 14.F. Habashi, Et vive la Roumanie!, Le Mtallographe (le journal des tudiants et tudiantes gradu(e)s du Dpartement de mines et mtallurgie de lUniversit Laval), No.3, p.2, February 1999. 15.F. Habashi, Microwave Treatment of Minerals, Minerals Engineering 12 (5), 581 (1999). 16.F. Habashi, Correction to an article by B. L. Pyke, Minerals Engineering 13 (1), 118 (2000). 17.F. Habashi, Enhanced Hydrochloric Acid Leaching of Cobalt, Minerals Engineering 13 (2), 227 (2000). 18.F. Habashi, Re: Textbook of Hydrometallurgy, Minerals Engineering 13 (14,15), 1663 (2000). 19.F. Habashi, Re: SO2/O2 as an Oxidant in Hydrometallurgy, Minerals Engineering 14 (2), 269271 (2001). 20.F. Habashi, Re: Hydrothermal Metallurgy, Minerals Engineering 14 (2), 269 (2001). 21.F. Habashi, Re: Paper on Cyanidation, Minerals Engineering 13 (1), 118 (2000). 22.F. Habashi, Re: Terminology, Minerals Engineering 14 (9), 121122 (2001).

Interviews

23.F. Habashi, How Do Bacteria Interact with Minerals?, Minerals Engineering 15, 307308 (2002). 24.F. Habashi, Friedrich Regler, The Invisible Light No. 17, p. 6 (2002) June. 25.Cultural Heritage 2003, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 26.Archeometallurgy in Europe 2003, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 27.F. Habashi, Rntgens First Public Lecture, Invisible Light 18, 7 (2002). 28.F. Habashi, Quelques conseils nos nouveaux diplms, Au fil des vnements, June 19, 2003, p. 6. 29.F. Habashi, Canadas First Female Mining Engineer, Can. Min. J., December 2003. 30.F. Habashi, An Alternative to Hydrometallurgical Lead Refining, JOM 56 (1), 9 (2004). 31.F. Habashi, Pyrometallurgy, not Hydrometallurgy, Materials World (London) 12 (3), 3 (2004). 32.F. Habashi, The History of Element 43 Technetium, J. Chem. Ed. 83 (2), 213 (2006). 33.F. Habashi, Casting versus Carving of the Pyramid Stones. 1.Maria Benbouziane, Le Professeur Habashi au Centre de recherche Reminex, Ressources No. 15, pp. 1012 (1999), June 5. 2.Lizbeth Iris Moreno Aldana, La riqueza de las minas y la metalurgia: Fathi Habashi, Gaceta de la Facultad de Ingeniera, UNAM, Mexico City 5 (6), 89 (2006), June 12. 3.Catrin Kammer (editor), A Life for Metallurgy. Prof. Habashis 80th Anniversary, Metall 62 (11), 728730 (2008). 4.Ugur Ulusoy (editor), Ayn Rportaj: Professor Fathi Habashi, http://mineralproses.com/index.php? option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=29&Itemid=59 (in Turkish and in English). 5.New member of the Editorial Board, J. Min. & Met. (Serbia) 45B (1), i (2009). 6.Sofia daily newspaper , October 19, 2010. 7.Tacna, Peru local newspaper, November 2010.

Research Papers

Pyrometallurgy 1.F. Habashi, R. Dugdale, The Reaction of Sulfur Trioxide with Elemental Sulfur, Z. Anorg. Allgem. Chem. 380, 322325 (1971). 2.F. Habashi, R. Dugdale, The Reduction of Copper Sulfate and Its Application in Hydrometallurgy, Met. Trans. 4B (5), 14291430 (1973). 3.F. Habashi, R. Dugdale, The Reduction of Sulfide Minerals in Presence of Lime, Met. Trans. 4B (8), 18651871 (1973). 4.F. Habashi, R. Dugdale, The Action of Sulfur Trioxide on Chalcopyrite, Met. Trans. 4B (6), 15531556 (1973).

5.F. Habashi, Zur Behandlung von Chalcopyrit, Erzmetall 65 (6), 269273 (1974). 6.Kim Vo Van, F. Habashi, Identification and Thermal Stability of Copper (I) Sulfate, Can. J. Chem. 50, 38723875 (1972). 7.M. Nagamori, F. Habashi, Thermodynamic Stability of Cu2SO4, Met. Trans. 5B (2), 523524 (1974). 8.Kim Vo Van, F. Habashi, Kinetics of Reduction of Solid Copper Sulfate by H2 and CO, Can. J. Chem. Eng. 52 (3), 369373 (1974). 9.F. Habashi, R. Dugdale, M. Nagamori, Die Gewinning von Kupfer, Eisen und Schwefel aus Kupferkies Konzentrat durch Reduktion, Metall 28 (11), 10511054 (1974). 10.F. Habashi, I. Malinsky, Technical Niobium Oxide from Pyrochlore, Bull. Can. Inst. Min., & Met. 68 (761), 8590 (1975). Correction, ibid., 69 (766), 112 (1976). 11.F. Habashi, S. A. Mikhail, The Reaction of H2S with CaO and its Role in the Reduction of Sulfides by H2, Thermochim. Acta 18, 319322 (1976). 12.F. Habashi, S. A. Mikhail, Kim Vo Van, The Reduction of Sulfates by Hydrogen, Can. J. Chem. 54, 36463651 (1976). 13.F. Habashi, S. A. Mikhail, Reduction of Binary Sulfate Mixtures Containing CuSO4 by H2, Can. J. Chem. 54, 36513657 (1976). 14.F. Habashi, B. I. Yostos, Copper from Chalcopyrite by Direct Reduction, J. Metals 29 (7), 1116 (1977). Hydrometallurgy 1.F. Habashi, The Theory of Cyanidation, Trans. Soc. Min. Eng. 236 239 (1966), September. 2.F. Habashi, R. Dugdale, The Recovery of Beryllium from a Low-Grade Ore by Sulfur Trioxide, Trans. Soc. Min. Eng. AIME 252, 423425 (1972). 3.F. Habashi, R. Dugdale, Leaching Studies on Chrysocolla, Trans. Soc. Min. Eng. AIME 254, 98102 (1973). 4.F. Habashi, R. Dugdale, The Cyanide Process for Copper Recovery from Low-Grade Ores, Can. Met. Quart. 12 (1) 8991 (1973). 5.F. Habashi, Action of Nitric Acid on Chalcopyrite, Trans. Soc. Min. Eng. AIME 254, 224228 (1973). 6.F. Habashi, Treatment of a Low-Grade NickelCopper Sulfide Concentrate by Nitric Acid, Trans. Soc. Ming. Eng. AIME 254, 228230 (1973). 7.F. Habashi, R. Dugdale, Ammoniumsulfit in der Hydrometallurgie des Kupfers, Metall (Berlin) 28 (2), 129132 (1974). 8.A. E. Torma, F. Habashi, Oxidation of Copper(II) Selenide by Thiobacillus ferrooxidans, Can. J. Microbiol. 18 (11), 17801781 (1972). 9.F. Habashi, T. Toor, Aqueous Oxidation of Chalcopyrite in Hydrochloric Acid, Met. Trans. 10B, 4956 (1979). 10.T. Mizoguchi, F. Habashi, Aqueous Oxidation of Complex Sulfides in Hydrochloric Acid, Intern. J. Mineral Processing 8 (2), 177194 (1981).

11.T. Mizoguchi, F. Habashi, Aqueous Oxidation of Zinc Sulfide, Pyrite, and Their Mixtures in Hydrochloric Acid, Trans. Inst. Min. & Met. 92C, 1419 (1983). 12.I. Toromanoff, F. Habashi, Transformation of a Low-Grade Titanium Slag into Synthetic Rutile, Symposium on Extraction of Steel Alloying Metals, Techn. Univ. Lulea, Sweden, 229251 (1983). Intern. J. Mineral Processing 15, 6581 (1985). 13.I. Toromanoff, F. Habashi, Hydrometallurgical Production of Technical Niobium Oxide from Pyrochlore Concentrate, J. Less Common Metals 91 (1), 7182 (1983). 14.I. Toromanoff, F. Habashi, The Dissolution of Activated Titanium Slag in Dilute Sulfuric Acid, Can. J. Chem. Eng., 63, 288293 (1985). 15.I. Toromanoff, F. Habashi, Activation of Titanium Slag by Attrition Grinding, Minerals & Metallurgical Processing (Littleton, Colorado) 191 197 (1986). 16.I. Toromanoff, F. Habashi, The Composition of a Titanium Slag from Sorel, J. Less Common Metals 97, 317329 (1984). 17.K. Naito, F. Habashi, The Aqueous Oxidation of a Lead Sulfide Concentrate, Trans. Inst. Min. & Met. C93, 6973 (1984). 18.B. Koodziej, F. Habashi, High Temperature/pH Diagrams for the ChlorineWater System, Can. J. Chem. 63 (4), 935939 (1985). 19.F. Habashi, The Aqueous Oxidation of Sulfides and Disulfides, pp. 343 350 in Process Mineralogy XIII edited by R. D. Hagni, The Minerals, Metals, and Materials Society, AIME, Warrendale, PA 1995. 20.P. Karimi, H. Abdollahi, A. Amini, M. Noaparast, S. Z. Shafari, and F. Habashi, Cyanidation of Gold Ores Containing Copper, Silver, Lead, Arsenic, and Antimony,Intern. J. Min. Proc. 95, 6877 (2010). Electrometallurgy 1.F. Habashi, N. Torres-Acua, The Formation of Digenite, Cu9S5, during the Anodic Dissolution of Cuprous Sulfide, Z. Anorg. Allgem. Chem. 361, 222 225 (1968). 2.F. Habashi, N. Torres-Acua, The Anodic Dissolution of Copper (I) Sulfide and the Direct Recovery of Copper and Elemental Sulfur from White Metal, Trans. Met. Soc. AIME 242, 780787 (1968). Kinetics 1.F. Habashi, Kinetics and Mechanism of Copper Dissolution in Aqueous Ammonia, Ber. Bunsengesellschaft Physik. Chem. 67, 402406 (1963). 2.F. Habashi, E. L. Bauer, The Aqueous Oxidation of Elemental Sulfur, Ind. Eng. Chem. (Fundamentals Quart.) 5, 469471 (1966). 3.F. Habashi, The Mechanism of Oxidation of Sulfide Ores in Nature, Econ. Geol. 61, 587591 (1966). 4.F. Habashi, The Theory of Cyanidation, Trans. Soc. Min. Eng. AIME 235, 236239 (1966).

5.F. Habashi, G. A. Thurston, Polarography of Uranium by the Catalytic Nitrate Wave, Analy. Chem. 59, 242243 (1967). 6.F. Habashi, G. A. Thurston, Kinetics and Mechanism of Uranium Dioxide Dissolution, Energia Nucleare 14, 238244 (1967). Fallout 1.F. Habashi, T. Schnfeld, Feststellung der Freisetzung frischer Spaltprodukte in der Biosphre durch Gammaspektrometrie, Atompraxis 6, 414415 (1960). 2.K. Liebscher, F. Habashi, T. Schnfeld, Beobachtungen uber das Verhalten von Spaltprodukten in Oberflchenwassern, Atompraxis 7, 94100 (1961). Phosphates 1.F. Habashi, Polarographische Bestimmung von Uranspuren in Phosphaten mittels Ionenaustausches, Mikrochimica Acta 1959, 932941. 2.G. Jangg, W. Ochsenfeld, F. Habashi, Bestimmung geringer Urangehalte in Gesteinen und Rohphosphaten, Z. Analy. Chem. 171, 2737 (1959). 3.F. Habashi, Der Einflu von Phosphorsure auf die Uranbestimmung mit Ammoniumthiocyanat, Talanta 2, 380382 (1959). 4.F. Habashi, Die Vorgnge bei der Gewinnung von Uran aus Phosphorsure, J. Inorg. Nucl. Chem. 13, 125137 (1960). 5.F. Habashi, The Recovery of Uranium During the Thermal Processing of Phosphate Rock, Energia Nucleare 7, 210 (1960). 6.F. Habashi, Chemical Analysis of Monazite Sand, Metallurgia 65, 255256 (1962). 7.F. Habashi, Correlation Between Uranium Content of Marine Phosphates and Other Constituents of the Rock, Econ. Geol. 57, 10811084 (1962). 8.F. Habashi, The Radioactivity in Phosphate Rock, Econ. Geol. 61, 402405 (1966). 9.F. Habashi, Radioactivity in Phosphate Animal Feed and Fertilizers, J. Assocn. Official Analy. Chemists 49, 944945 (1966). 10.F. Habashi, F. T. Awadalla, The Removal of Fluorine from Wet Process Phosphoric Acid, Separation Sci. & Techn. 18 (5), 485491 (1983). 11.F. Habashi, K. Naito, F. T. Awadalla, Crystallization of Impurities from Black Phosphoric Acid at High Temperature, J. Chem. Techn. & Biotechn. 33A, 261265 (1983). 12.F. Habashi, F. T. Awadalla, The Recovery of Uranium During the Purification of Phosphoric Acid by Organic Solvents, Separation Sci. & Techn. 21 (4), 327337 (1986). 13.F. T. Awadalla, F. Habashi, The Removal of Radium During the Production of Nitrophosphate Fertilizer, Radiochimica Acta 38, 207210 (1985). 14.F. Habashi, F. T. Awadalla, The Recovery of Uranium and the Lanthanides from Nitrophosphate Solution Using Tertiary Amyl Alcohol, J. Chem. Techn. & Biotechn.36, 16 (1986). 15.F. T. Awadalla, F. Habashi, Determination of Uranium and Radium in Phosphate Rock and Technical Phosphoric Acid, Z. Analy. Chem. 324, 3336 (1986).

16.F. Habashi, M. Zailaf, F. T. Awadalla, Determination of the Total Lanthanides in Phosphate Rock, Z. Analy. Chem. 325 (1), 479480 (1986). 17.F. Habashi, F. T. Awadalla, M. Zailaf, Recovery of Uranium and the Lanthanides from Phosphate Rock, J. Chem. Tech. & Biotech. 36, 259267 (1986). 18.F. Habashi, F. T. Awadalla, Xin-Bao Yao, The Hydrochloric Acid Route to Phosphate Rock, J. Chem. Techn. & Biotech. 37, 115126 (1987). 19.F. Habashi, F. T. Awadalla, In-situ and Dump Leaching of Phosphate Rock, I & EC Research 27, 21652169 (1988). 20.F. T. Awadalla, F. Habashi, Extraction of Uranium and the Lanthanides from Ca(H2PO4)2Ca(NO3)2H2O and Ca(H2PO4)2CaCl2H2O Systems, I & EC Research 28, 11011103 (1989). Asbestos 1.F. T. Awadalla, F. Habashi, M. Pag, Reaction of Chyrsotile Asbestos with Phosphate Ion in Relation to Toxicity, J. Chem. Techn. & Biotechn. 49 (2), 183196 (1990). 2.F. T. Awadalla, F. Habashi, Reaction of Chrysotile Asbestos with Triphenylmethane Dyes, J. Materials Sci. 25, 8792 (1990). 3.F. Habashi, F. T. Awadalla, M. Pag, Surface Modification of Chrysotile Asbestos with Organic Reagents: A Preliminary in vitro Toxicological Study, Bull. Can. Inst. Min. & Met. 84 (945), 6779 (1991). 4.F. Habashi, Dyeing of Asbestos Fibers, Textile Chemist & Colorist 24 (4), 2325 (1992).