Anyone with access to Science Direct?

Would really love a copy of this paper:

Metallurgical processes for scandium recovery from various resources: A review

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References and further reading may be available for this article. To view references and further reading you must purchase this article.

Weiwei Wanga, Yoko Pranoloa and Chu Yong Cheng\"low, a, \"E-mail

a Parker Centre/CSIRO Process Science and Engineering, CSIRO Minerals Down Under National Research Flagship, 7 Conlon Street, Waterford, WA 6152, Australia

Received 19 November 2010;
revised 13 January 2011;
accepted 5 March 2011.
Available online 17 March 2011.

Without, that is, having to pay 40 bucks for it.

From the abstract I can see they\’ve come to the same comclusion that I have through my own independent research, but would love to see the details of what they say.

~Update: this paper has now arrived, thank you Paul. And I find that I\’m quoted in the opening paras as a source. So, I wonder how much I\’m going to learn from it?

2 thoughts on “Anyone with access to Science Direct?”

  1. It occurred to me that you might establish a limited-liability shell in Norway, Denmark, or Sweden (and register domain scandiscandium.com)

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