Advances in X-Ray Analysis: Volume 23 by C. G. Clayton, T. W. Packer (auth.), John R. Rhodes,

Advances in X-Ray Analysis: Volume 23 by C. G. Clayton, T. W. Packer (auth.), John R. Rhodes,

By C. G. Clayton, T. W. Packer (auth.), John R. Rhodes, Charles S. Barret, Donald E. Leyden, John B. Newkirk, Paul K. Predecki, Clayton O. Ruud (eds.)

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Made the creation of the stockpiles a practical proposition and at today's metal prices the contained value of tin in the stockpile would be in excess of $500,000. The additional control that rapid tin assays provide is an intangible advantage of considerable significance in a major underground exploration program. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to thank Consolidated Gold Fields for permission to publish this paper, Barbara Cox for her assistance in typing and Stephen Howse for help with the graphics.

Boynton, Canister cryogenic system for cooling germanium semi-conductor detectors in borehole and marine probes. Nucl. Instrum. Methods (23: 599 (1975)). 4. S. Watt, Nuclear techniques for on-line measurement in the control of mineral processing. , Vienna (1977). ANALYSIS OF MAGNESIUM BRINES BY ENERGY DISPERSIVE XRF John F. Reilly and Debbie J. Langenfeld NL Industries, Inc. Salt Lake City, Utah 84116 INTRODUCTION The analysis of magnesium brines can be performed by atomic absorption and classical wet chemical techniques.

G. R. Rhodes, "Po rtab 1e Radi oi sotope X- ray Fl uo res cen ce Analyzer". Trans. Inst. Mining Met. 74; 316, 1965 - 2. H. DeVoto, "Uranium Geology and Exploration". Colorado School of Mines, Golden Colorado, March 1978 3. M. Kimberley, "Short Course in Uranium Deposits; Their Mineralogy and Origin", Mineralogical Assoc. of Canada, October 1978. 4. S. Munday, "Uranium Mineralization in N. M. Bulletin, April 1979 RAPID DETERMINATION OF ASH IN COAL BY COMPTON SCATTERING, Ca, AND Fe X-RAY FLUORESCENCE Jacques Renault New Mexico Bureau of Mines & Mineral Resources Campus Station, Socorro, NM, 87801 ABSTRACT The intensity of Compton scattering, Fe, and Ca characteristic radiation can be used to estimate the amount of ash in coal by Xray fluorescence spectroscopy.

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