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The scientific production of IMC is published in many papers and reported on international and local conferences. The main scientific and applied achievements are published in prestigious international journals like: Science, Am. Mineral., Eur. J. Mineral., Phys. Chem. Minerals, Clays and Clay Minerals, J. Non-Cryst. Solids, J. Crystal Growth, Thermochimica Acta, Molecular Eng., J. Thermal Analysis, Oceanologica Acta, N. Jb. Miner. Mh./Abh., Zeolites, Fuel, Fuel Process. Technol., Int. J. Coal Geol., J. Phys., Condens. Matter, Z. Kristallogr., Optics & Laser Technol., Powder Diffraction, Acta Crystal., J. Mater. Res. Bull., etc.

The most important published results during the last several years include:

  • geologic-genetic models of fluorite formation;
  • the phase composition and distribution of platinum-group minerals in placer deposits;
  • study of various native metals and alloys in sediments from oceanic rift zones;
  • modelling and complex criteria for prognosis and prospecting of carbonate-hosted Ba-Fe-sulphide deposits;
  • map database for heavy mineral concentrates from placer deposits and digital model of the river set in Bulgaria;
  • mineral and chemical composition of various coals  and refuse-derived fuels from municipal solid wastes, as well as their combustion products;
  • mineralogical-technological investigations of wastes from ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgical and ore-dressing processes;
  • effective utilization of valuable components from waste products;
  • geometrization of the language of chemistry - mathematical models of simple and complex chemical objects and chemical reactions;
  • crystal chemical features of natural and modified zeolites and their ion-exchange and sorption properties;
  • crystal structures of various new Se and Re phases, Cl-containing sulphosalts, adducts of urea derivatives, microporous silicates, titanates, phosphates;
  • structural and thermodynamic parameters of silicate and metasilicate glasses, heterogeneous phase systems, disorder and alteration during phase transitions.

Detailed information about the aforesaid can be found in the Annual Reports of the Central Laboratory of Mineralogy and Crystallography.