Molybdenum strengthening American industry

The National Mining Association has just released an infograph on molybdenum. In 2014, molybdenum, valued at about $1.8 billion (based on an average oxide price), was produced at 13 American mines. Molybdenum ore was produced as a primary product at three mines, two in Colorado, and one in Idaho, whereas ten copper mines (six in Arizona, one each in Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah) recovered molybdenum as a byproduct.

NMA infographs provide basic information on use and can be used as a teaching aid in schools. Links to other NMA infographs are provided below.

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Other NMA infographs:

Gold in modern life

Importance of Copper

Importance of domestic mining to manufacturing

Iron – critical to nearly every industry

Minerals vital to modern life – a short video

Permitting, Economic Value, and Mining part 2

Platinum group metals fight pollution and cancer

Potash and Phosphate help feed the world

Silver: The Versatile Metal Powering American Innovation

How we use rare earth elements

Zinc the building block of summer fun

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