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Separating phosphate from ores via bioprocessing

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  1. Alan H. Goldstein is at the department of biology, California State University at Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90032.

    • Alan H. Goldstein
  2. Robert D. Rogers is at the Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID 83415.

    • Robert D. Rogers
  3. Gerald Mead is at the research & product development, minerals & chemicals division, J.R. Simplot, Inc., Pocatello, ID 83204.

    • Gerald Mead

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