3 edition of Microscopic Determination of the Ore Minerals found in the catalog.
Microscopic Determination of the Ore Minerals
United States Geological Survey
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 914(2nd|
The order in which the colors are arranged is expressed in what is known as Newton's scale, the lowest being dark grey, then grey, white, yellow, orange, red, purple, blue, and so on. Google Scholar Pauling, K. Fun with Asbestos -- Dexter Perkins, Univ. Google Scholar Jenkins, F. Published by Springer-Verlag, New York,
Google Scholar Bordet, P. Google Scholar Zoltai, T. The author, with more than 20 years of experience in teaching mineralogy, crystallography, petrology, and ore deposits, has done an amazing job of summarizing his lectures on the subjects and presenting the information in such a way that the beginning student of mineralogy will be able to understand the basic principles. Van Nostrand Company, Princeton N. Melbourne: The Australian Inst.
In order to provide space to deal with these questions, much information is presented as tables in the Appendix. The modern optical methods are readily applicable to transparent mineral fragments of any kind. The cover is also in very good condition, with some water marks. Google Scholar Batemann, A. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant. All sections of the same mineral, however, will not have the same color: sections perpendicular to an optic axis will be nearly black, and, in general, the more nearly any section approaches this direction the lower its polarization colors will be.
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It may also be appropriate as a brief introduction "teaser"? Meanwhile, the optical study of sections of crystals had been advanced by Sir David Brewster and other physicists and mineralogists and it only remained to apply their methods to the minerals visible in rock sections.
Students can examine many things quickly and easily, including crystal habit, growth zones, nucleation, deformation textures. Additional chapters include data on rock types and vein mineralization, and gem minerals.
The microscopic examination of opaque minerals, Econ. Google Scholar Fischesser, R. Google Scholar Murdoch, J. Google Scholar Borchardt-Ott, W. Gottfried, C. Cambridge University Press. W; Foord, E. Mir Editions, Moscow.
Google Scholar Fedorov, E. Geoscience Press, Phoenix, AZ. Raith, Peter Raase, and Jurgen Reinhardt pp. Mogk, Dept. The quartz wedge, quarter mica plate or selenite plate permit the determination of the positive or negative character of the crystal by the changes in the color or shape of the figures observed in the field.
Google Scholar Winchell, A. Longmans, London. Google Scholar Parfenoff, A. Sorby of Sheffield in the s and W. Freeman and Co. The Becke line test can also be used to compare the refractive index of two media. Preview Unable to display preview. The determinative tables include 50 pages with minerals arranged according to physical properties, and specific gravity.
Mineralogist, 32, — Data on approximately minerals is included, plus 93 rock types, so as to give the student a sufficient survey of variety.
P; Fleming, M. North Dakota; Many compounds crystallize rapidly from evaporating solutions, and many can be crystallized from melts. Google Scholar Roberts, W. A thin splinter of the rock, about 1 centimetre may be taken; it should be as fresh as possible and free from obvious cracks. Dispersion phenomena in the conoscopic study of the ore minerals, Univ.
Longman, London.This book aims to give a modern introduction to the study of opaque minerals in reflected light, emphasizing the basic skills needed for, and the interpretations which can be made from, such studies.
Microscopic Investigation of the Iron Ore Minerals. Ores of manganese The use of refractive indices in determination of transparent minerals.
The methods of investigation. all. Applied Ore Microscopy: Theory and Technique Hugo Freund, Carl Gottheff Friedlaender, George Aletan Snippet view - Applied ore microscopy. The importance of microscopic studies in mineral dressing is emphasised with illustrations based mostly on the studies conducted by the authors on Indian samples The information obtainable includes (i) identity of minerals, (ii) grain size, nature and degree of intergrowth of minerals, (iii) quantitative data.
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Optical Properties of Minerals. Mineral Composition and Optical Properties. Opaque and Isotropic Minerals. Uniaxial Minerals. Bioaxial atlasbowling.com by: Rotation properties, although not included on the data cards, are useful in the identification of certain groups of minerals.
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Hagni. CHAPTER 11 APPLICATIONS OF ORE MICROSCOPY IN MINERAL TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION The extraction ofspecific valuable minerals from their naturally occurring ores is variously termed "ore dressing," "mineral dressing," and "mineral beneficiation." For most metalliferous ores produced by mining operations.