Applied ore microscopy: theory and technique

Front Cover
Macmillan, 1966 - Science - 607 pages
0 Reviews

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

The History of Ore Microscopy
1
References
20
Reflected Light Microscopy
29
The optical fundamentals of the reflected light microscopy
82
F The effect of anisotropy between crossed nicols
111
K The reflection on transparent crystals with very weak absorption
121
B The determination of the optical properties
122
The determination of the state of oscillation of the reflected light
149
machine
330
References
380
Microscopic Investigation of the Iron Ore Minerals
381
Ores of manganese
415
Ores of chromium
429
The Application of Ore Microscopy in Beneficiation of Ores
439
Quantitative mineral analyses as a basis for ore testing and control
498
References
536

Qualitative observations of optical properties
158
The determination of external properties
167
The preparation of specimens
184
Reflected Light Microscopy in the Investigation of Ore Deposits
195
B Common types of magmatic ore deposits in a broad sense
209
Sedimentary deposits
251
Cycle of sulfur
268
Final remarks
314
The Selection of Ore Specimens and the Preparation of Polished Sections
317
The Microscopical Investigation of Primary Uranium Minerals
539
Investigation of Mill Products with the Ore Dressing Microscope
555
The objects of microscopic investigation
562
The external characteristics of the minerals
577
The use of refractive indices in determination of transparent minerals
584
The methods of investigation
589
Examples
595
References
607
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Bibliographic information