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mineralogic

[ˌmɪnrəˈlɒdʒɪk] mineralogical [ˌmɪnrəˈlɒdʒɪkl] adjmineralogico/a
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Ruttner, "Talc pneumoconiosis: a pathologic and mineralogic study," Human Pathology, vol.
Mineralogic evidences of a mid-Paleozoic tectonothermal event in the Zonguldak terrane, northwest Turkey: implications for the dynamics of some Gondwana-derived terranes during the closure of the Rheic Ocean.
The Mineralogic Mining system introduced by Zeiss is designed to provide fully quantitative evaluation during mineral exploration, ore characterization, process optimization and tailings-control processes.
Speculatively, if the newly discovered mineral zone is, as appears likely, continuous with the historic Hoey copper-gold zone that lies 2 kilometres south of the drill hole H-8 and has closely similar geologic and mineralogic characteristics, the horizontal extent may be in excess of three kilometres.
Mineralogic studies of the residues of mantle melting abyssal and alpine-type peridotites.
The topics include the Pliocene of the South Caspian Basin as an example of regional controls on lacustrine sandstone reservoirs, reservoir simulation models of the Eocene lacustrine delta Green River Formation in Utah's Southwest Uinta Basin, stratigraphic distribution and mineralogic correlation of the Green River Formation and the Green River and Washakie Basins in Wyoming, fluviolacustrine sandstone deposition and implications for reservoir development in Daan Field in China's Songliao Basin, and modeling the sensitivity to environmental controls for the Late Pleistocene lacustrine delta sequences in the Dead Sea Basin.
Mineralogic controls on REE mobility during black-shale diagenesis.
Greeley Haven provides the proper tilt, as well as a rich variety of potential targets for imaging and compositional and mineralogic studies," said Jim Bell, lead scientist for the Panoramic Camera (Pancam) on the rover.
In addition, as exposures to commercial asbestos have declined, exposures to noncommercial asbestos and other elongate mineral particles, often with different mineralogic characteristics and structures than fibers of the six commercially used asbestos minerals, have come into greater prominence.
To achieve these goals, the spacecraft carries a color camera for high-resolution mapping and stereo imaging, a visible to near-infrared spectrometer for mineralogic mapping, and a gamma-ray and neutron spectrometer to determine the abundances of major rock-forming and radioactive elements as well as to search for evidence of water ice or hydrated minerals on the surface.
The present contribution is focused in the geological and mineralogic knowledge of the kaolinitic clays from the Sierra del Volcan, Balcarce, which were formerly operated in the "Maria Eugenia"-mine.