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A process (no longer used) to smelt zinc in which roasted zinc ore is mixed with a reducing material, such as coal or coke, placed in cylindrical retorts, and heated in a furnace, such that the escaping zinc vapor is condensed from the open end of the retort. Fay

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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