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(PDF) The platinum-group minerals ResearchGate

In book: The Geology, Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Mineral Beneficiation of the Platinum-Group Elements (pp.13-129) Edition: special volume 54; Chapter: 2; Publisher: Canadian Institute of Mining

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Review of platinum-group mineralogy: Compositions

Mostert AB, Hofmeyr PK, Potgieter GA (1982) The platinum-group mineralogy of the Merensky Reef at the Impala platinum mines, Bophuthatswana. Econ Geol 77: 1385–1394 Google Scholar Mulja T, Mitchell RH (1990) Platinum-group minerals and tellurides from the Geordie Lake Intrusion, Coldwell Complex, Northwestern Ontario.

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A Definitive Work on the Mineralogy of the Platinum

2020. 5. 3.· Platinum Metals Rev., 1982, 26, (2), 57. A Definitive Work on the Mineralogy of the Platinum Group Elements Platinum-Group Elements: Mineralogy, Geology, Recovery, CIM Special Volume 23, Edited by L. J. Cabri The Canadian Institute of

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The platinum-group mineralogy of the Merensky Reef at

The platinum-group mineralogy of the Merensky Reef at the Impala platinum mines, South Africa, has been investigated. Polished sections were prepared from pyroxenitic and pegmatoidal reef samples collected underground. Microscope studies were followed up by the identification and analysis of platinum-group minerals by electron microprobe.The most abundant base metal sulfides occurring in

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Platinum-group mineralogy of the Giant Mascot Ni-Cu-PGE

2014. 1. 22.· Platinum-group mineralogy of the Giant Mascot Ni-Cu-PGE deposit, Hope, B.C. Matthew J. Manor1, a, James S. Scoates1, Graham T. Nixon2, and Doreen E. Ames3 1 Pacifi c Centre for Isotopic and Geochemical Research, Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4 2 British Columbia Geological Survey, Ministry of

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Platinum group elements zoning and mineralogy of

2007. 3. 1.· The platinum group minerals (PGMs) Mineralogy of PGEs from levels 2 and 3 is homogeneous and dominated by sulphides with minor alloys. These phases account for the importance of sulphur in the magmatic processes involving PGEs. The origin of the PGMs is still debated.

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A mineralogical perspective on the recovery of platinum

2018. 6. 11.· Published studies dealing with the process mineralogy of Pt mines on the Bushveld Complex is generally limited to the Western Bushveld. The recognition by mine management that another resource, in addition to the Upper Group 2 (UG2) reef currently being mined at the Two Rivers platinum mine (TRP), is urgently required in order to extend the life of mine, presented an opportunity to

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Platinum Pt Handbook of Mineralogy

2007. 9. 30.· Platinum Pt c 2001-2005 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1 Crystal Data: Cubic. Point Group: 4/m 32/m. Cubic crystals, typically distorted, to 1.5 cm; commonly as grains or scales, rarely as nuggets or lumps up to 30 kg. Twinning: On {111}, as interpenetrant contact twins.

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Platinum: The mineral native Platinum information and

Platinum is an exquisite precious metal used in jewelry as ring settings, bracelets, and necklaces. Platinum jewelry is rare, beautiful, and durable, and is therefore highly regarded. Native Platinum is the most significant source of the element platinum, although considerable quantities are also mined from the rare platinum arsenide mineral Sperrylite.

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The platinum-group mineralogy of the Merensky Reef at

The platinum-group mineralogy of the Merensky Reef at the Impala platinum mines, South Africa, has been investigated. Polished sections were prepared from pyroxenitic and pegmatoidal reef samples collected underground. Microscope studies were followed up by the identification and analysis of platinum-group minerals by electron microprobe.The most abundant base metal sulfides occurring in

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Platinum group elements zoning and mineralogy of

2007. 3. 1.· The platinum group minerals (PGMs) Mineralogy of PGEs from levels 2 and 3 is homogeneous and dominated by sulphides with minor alloys. These phases account for the importance of sulphur in the magmatic processes involving PGEs. The origin of the PGMs is still debated.

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A Definitive Work on the Mineralogy of the Platinum

2020. 5. 3.· Platinum Metals Rev., 1982, 26, (2), 57. A Definitive Work on the Mineralogy of the Platinum Group Elements Platinum-Group Elements: Mineralogy, Geology, Recovery, CIM Special Volume 23, Edited by L. J. Cabri The Canadian Institute of

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A mineralogical perspective on the recovery of platinum

Published studies dealing with the process mineralogy of Pt mines on the Bushveld Complex is generally limited to the Western Bushveld. The recognition by mine management that another resource, in addition to the Upper Group 2 (UG2) reef currently being mined at the Two Rivers platinum mine (TRP), is urgently required in order to extend the life of mine, presented an opportunity to conduct

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Minerals Free Full-Text Mineralogy of Platinum-Group

We describe assemblages of platinum-group minerals (PGM) and associated PGE–Au phases found in alluvium along the River Bolshoy Khailyk, in the western Sayans, Russia. The river drains the Aktovrakskiy ophiolitic complex, part of the Kurtushibinskiy belt, as does the Zolotaya River ~15 km away, the site of other placer deposits.

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What Are Platinum Group Metals (PGMs)? ThoughtCo

2018. 12. 10.· The platinum group metals (PGMs) are six transitional metal elements that are chemically, physically, and anatomically similar. The PGMs are the densest known metal elements. Exceptionally rare, the six metals naturally occur in the same ore bodies. They are highly durable and, due to their high value,

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Platinum-group mineralogy of the Giant Mascot Ni-Cu-PGE

2014. 1. 22.· Platinum-group mineralogy of the Giant Mascot Ni-Cu-PGE deposit, Hope, B.C. Matthew J. Manor1, a, James S. Scoates1, Graham T. Nixon2, and Doreen E. Ames3 1 Pacifi c Centre for Isotopic and Geochemical Research, Department of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, V6T 1Z4 2 British Columbia Geological Survey, Ministry of

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Minerals Special Issue : Platinum-Group Minerals: New

Atypical PGE deposits: their mineralogy and genesis; Platinum-group minerals in placers and their lode sources; New species or varieties of PGM and unusual PGE-rich phases or associations. Thank you and we look forward to receiving your contributions. The first round of submission deadline was 30 November 2018. Dr. Andrei Y. Barkov Dr. Federica

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Louis J. Cabri Wikipedia

2020. 9. 8.· Louis Jean-Pierre Cabri (born February 23, 1934 in Cairo) is an eminent Canadian scientist in the field of platinum group elements (PGE) mineralogy with expertise in precious metal mineralogy and base metals at the Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology (CANMET). First as Research Scientist and later as Principal Scientist (1996–1999).

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Platinum-Group Metals Statistics and Information

2 天前· They regarded platinum as an unwanted impurity in the silver they were mining. The catalytic properties of the six platinum group metals (PGM)– iridium, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhodium, and ruthenium are outstanding. Platinum's wear and tarnish resistance characteristics are well suited for making fine jewelry.

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