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Process mineralogy VII

Process mineralogy VII

applications to mineral beneficiation technology and mineral exploration, with special emphasis on disseminated carbonaceous gold ores : proceedings of a symposium presented in seven sessions on Process Mineralogy held during the Metallurgical Society Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, February 23-27, 1987

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Published by Metallurgical Society in Warrendale, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gold -- Metallurgy -- Congresses.,
  • Ore-dressing -- Congresses.,
  • Prospecting -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Andreas H. Vassiliou, Donald M. Hausen, David J.T. Carson.
    ContributionsVassiliou, Andreas H., Hausen, Donald M., Carson, David J. T., Metallurgical Society (U.S.). Meeting, TMS-AIME Process Mineralogy Committee., Metallurgical Society (U.S.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTN760 .P76 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 649 p. :
    Number of Pages649
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2407538M
    ISBN 100873390733
    LC Control Number87042880

    The Springer Geochemistry/Mineralogy series seeks to publish a broad portfolio of scientific books, aiming at researchers, students, and everyone interested in. Formation of Minerals. Minerals form when atoms bond together in a crystalline arrangement. Three main ways this occurs in nature are: 1) precipitation directly from an aqueous (water) solution with a temperature change, 2) crystallization from a magma with a temperature change, and 3) biological precipitation by the action of organisms. Precipitation from aqueous . LIST OF PLATES (AT END OF BOOK) PAGE Tourmaline crystals, growing amid feldspar crystals in a cavity in granite, from Paris, Me. Plate 1.—Basal forms of the isometric system Plate 2.—Basal forms of the tetragonal system. Basal forms of the orthorhombic system Plate 3.—Basal forms of the monoclinic system. A cross section of the prism with its edges beveled .


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