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Mineralogic And Mineral Analysis Of Greengolds From The

3 4 Mineralogic Analyses 27 CHAPTER FOUR RESULTS 29 4 1 Lithology and Hydrogeology 29 4 1 1 Stereo and Petrographic Microscopy 29 4 1 2 Scanning Electron Microscopy SEM 32 4 1 3 Hydrogeology 34 4 2 Bulk Analysis 34 4 3 Arsenic and Antimony with Depth 1 4 4 Electron Microprobe Analysis EPMA 3 4 4 1 Pyrite 3 4 4 1 a Morphology 4.

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