Industrial Minerals in Chemical Manufacturing
MR. F. E. LATHE : In studying any subject whatever, one should at least occasionally stand back from the canvas, as it were, and take a broad view of the picture. It is such a view of the subject of industrial minerals that Dr. Wilson has given us today, and, in consideration of our efforts to utilize Canada's resources to the utmost in the present emergency, it seems most timely. I shall confine my remarks on the subject to the resources of the atmosphere and hydrosphere.
Ammonia, argon, carbon dioxide, nitrogen fixation, oxygen, Atmosphere, carbon dioxide, Chemicals, industrial, Industrial minerals, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Plants, Resources