Fortunes in minerals, including uranium: simple tests and how to make them

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Angus and Robertson, 1951 - Science - 310 pages

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Contents

GET THE IDEA
1
THE BOOK or THE ROCKS
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A FEW ROCKS AND MINERALS THAT
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SCIENCE AND THE PROSPECTOR MUST FOLLOW
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DISH AND DOLLY POT
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THE BORAX BEAD TEST AND MICROCOSMIC
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THE REDUCTION TEST
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REDUCTION AND COBALT NITRATE TESTS
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THE ORES OF MERCURY ANTIMONY AND MICA
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CHAPTER PAGE
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HOW THE ROCKS WERE FORMED
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THE ROCKS AND REEFS AND MINERALS
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ORES or TITANIUM AND TUNGSTEN ocnnms
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ORES OF ARSENIC LITHIUM THE CERIUM
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THE DIAMOND
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PRIMARY URANIUMBEARING ORES
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THE CHEMISTRY OF MINERALS
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WET TESTS FOR GOLD SILVER LEAD TIN TUNG
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TESTS FOR COPPER ALUMINIUM CALCIUM
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TIN AND GOLD
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ORES or SILVER LEAD AND ZINC
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ORES OF PLATINUM URANIUM RADIUM
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THE ORES OF COPPER AND ALUMINIUM
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XICCVI THORIUM MINERALS
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PAGE
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A FEW HINTS
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THE SEA
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