The Sudbury ores: their mineralogy and origin, by J.E. Hawley
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Published by Mineralogical Association of Canada in Toronto .
Written in English


  • Sudbury Mining District

Book details:

LC ClassificationsQE 390.2 N5H3 1962
The Physical Object
Pagination207 p. ill., maps
Number of Pages207
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21997973M

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Methuen & Co. London, pp.[Comprehensive book for. the general reader that contains a good survey of the geology of Sudbury as well as much other useful information.] Google Scholar Card, K. D. (), Geology-of the Sudbury : Colin J. Dixon.   The partition of Ni between olivine, crystallised from basalt liquids, and iron-nickel monosulfide has been determined experimentally at and °C using alumina crucibles in sealed silica glass tubes. The compositional ranges investigated are 83 to 88 mol. % Fo and 5 to 50 mol. % NiS. The average distribution coefficient for the exchange reaction FeS +NiSiO2⇌NiS+FeSiO2 is Cited by: Hawley, J. E. / THE SUDBURY ORES: Their Mineralogy and Origin, Toronto, , cl, Journal of the Mineralogical Association of Canada, Volume 7, Part 1, pages, - 3 . Adamo P, Dudka S, Wilson M J, McHardy W J E. Distribution of trace elements in soils from the Sudbury smelting area (Ontario, Canada) Water Air Soil Pollut. Crossref, Google by:

Natural monoclinic pyrrhotite particles (Fe 1−x S) were subjected to pressure leaching by oxygen in sulphuric acid solutions at temperatures ranging between and K (80–°C). For temperatures below the melting point of sulphur ( K), the rate of pyrrhotite oxidation shows a moderate dependence on temperature, while it is totally independent of sulphuric acid by: The multi-million dollar Sudbury ecological risk assessment completed in Hawley J E, Stanton R L. The Sudbury ores: their mineralogy and origin, Part II, the facts: the ores, their minerals, metals and distribution. Can. by: ⓘ Sudbury District [Skutterudite] Hawley, J.E. & Stanton, R.L. (): The Sudbury ores: their mineralogy and origin. Part II. The facts: The ores, their minerals, metals and distribution, Canadian Mineralogist 7, MacMurchy Township ⓘ Saville-McVittie Mine (Atlas Gold). Accom- Robertson, J.A. The Sulphide Ores of Sudbury: Their panied by Ma p , Scal e 1 inch to6 Th Relationshi of Mineralization Particular a Distinctive miles - Stratigraphy in the Blind River Area, Inclusion-Bearing Fades of the Nickel.

Textural development in sulfide-matrix ore breccias in the Aguablanca Ni-Cu deposit, Spain, revealed by X-ray fluorescence microscopy Article in Ore Geology Reviews 95 March with 73 Reads. Mineralogy and Geochemistry of Cu-Rich Ores from the McCreedy East Ni-Cu-PGE Deposit (Sudbury, Canada): Implications for the Behavior of Platinum Group and Chalcophile Elements at the End of Crystallization of a Sulfide Liquid. Furthermore, the texture of Pn depends on the temperature (T) at which it started to exsolve (Kelly and Vaughan, (Dare et al., ;Piña et al., ). Origin; Canadian Mineralogist, Vol.7, pt.1, b: A Review of Recently Acquired Geological The Canadian Shield: Geologie der Erde, 20 7 P- Data ; Blind River-Elliot Lake Area .