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Comparison of the chemical composition of mineralized and unmineralized (barren) samples of the Morrison Formation in the Ambrosia Lake uranium area, New Mexico
Charles S. Spirakis
|Statement||by Charles S. Spirakis, Charles T. Pierson, and Harry C. Granger.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 81-508., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-508.|
|Contributions||Pierson, Charles Thomas, 1918-, Granger, Harry Clifford, 1925-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Mineral - Mineral - Carbonates: The carbonate minerals contain the anionic complex (CO3)2–, which is triangular in its coordination—i.e., with a carbon atom at the centre and an oxygen atom at each of the corners of an equilateral triangle. These anionic groups are strongly bonded individual units and do not share oxygen atoms with one another.
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Mudstones were separated into a mineralized group (MM with 15 samples) and an unmineralized group (MU with 17 samples). For classification purposes, samples with more than ppm uranium were considered mineralized; those with less than ppm uranium were considered barren.
All of these samples came from by: 6. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Comparison of the chemical composition of mineralized and unmineralized (barren) samples of the Morrison Formation in the Ambrosia Lake uranium area, New Mexico [microform] in SearchWorks catalog.
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QUANTITATIVE INTERPRETATION OF MINERALOGICAL COMPOSITION FROM X-RAY AND CHEMICAL DATA FOR THE PIERRE SHALE By LEONARD G. ScHULTZ ABSTRACT Quantitative X-ray determinations for total amounts of clay, quartz, feldspar, carbonate, and other minerals common in the Pierre Shale are based on heights of peaks on diffractometerCited by: CHEMICAL ANALYSIS The science of mineral chemistry is based on a good understanding of the composition of minerals.
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