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This tends to eliminate all the impurities except tantalum. Nb-Ti, as presently specified, is a high-quality, rather pure material. A current proposal is for the tantalum limit to be raised. Curtis and McDonald pointed out that substantially greater niobium ore reserves exist as pyrochlores than columbites, but that the low-tantalum concentration in the pyrochlores does not make it economically worthwhile to separate the tantalum from the niobium [44]. 5 to 2 wt. 1 wt. % Ta currently specified.

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