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Synonyms for hematite

the principal form of iron ore


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The alteration mapping focuses on mapping zones of carbonate, quartz-carbonate, jasper-hematite, specular hematite, and chloritic alteration.
With all the hematite resources at Riley located at or near surface, the study delivered a 90% conversion rate of resource to reserve.
It is comprised of magnetite and hematite. It is volcanogenic in nature and occurs as intercalations with andesites of Sinjrani volcanics.
Measuring 24.38 metres wide and 8.13 metres high, they are South-east Asia's largest hematite Neolithic rock art, and believed to be the only drawings of their kind in Malaysia.
It's interesting that the bracelet's description included three nonsensical healing claims: homeopathy, magnetism, and hematite. None have any proven healing powers and, as seen, may be a real health hazard.
The hematite/(hematite+ goethite) ratio, Hm/(Hm + Gt), was estimated from the area ratio of the line Hm 104 or Hm 012 to the line Gt 100, and the degree of [Al.sup.3+] substitution in hematite was calculated from the d(110) spacing (SCHWERTMANN et al., 1979) in hematite, and the d(110) and d(111) spacing in goethite (SCHULZE, 1984).
The chlorite and hematite used for all experiments were obtained from Yuanjiacun Iron Mine, Shanxi Province, China.
The results showed that the corrosion rate was higher on steel with red oxides, mainly hematite, compared with polished and furnace produced oxide surfaces.
Alternative plating, like hematite and burnished metals, adds an edgy and modern style to your look.
The interest in research related to iron oxides nanoparticles, like magnetite ([[Fe.sub.3] [O.sub.4]), maghemite ([gamma]-[Fe.sub.2] [O.sub.3]), and hematite ([alpha]-[Fe.sub.2] [O.sub.3]) has been expanded in significate manner at present as a result of their characteristics as magnetism and optical activity and low cost and to their potential applications as catalysts and adsorbent for natural and synthetic micropollutants [1, 2], in Li batteries [3], and in some medical and pharmaceutical uses [4-6].
Quartz, feldspars, hematite, gypsum, chlorite and goethite minerals were obtained from above methods.