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Mutual interference in the microchemical determination of ore minerals

Fraser, H. J. and Dreyer, Robert M. (1937) Mutual interference in the microchemical determination of ore minerals. American Mineralogist, 22 (9). pp. 949-976. ISSN 0003-004X.

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The use of microchemical methods is spreading rapidly, both for the qualitative and quantitative determination of elements. Microchemistry offers a decided advantage over "bulk" methods, not only because of the greater speed with which the determinations can be carried out, but also because of the very small amounts of material required for a test. Microchemical methods are particularly valuable in determining the composition of the small inclusions in ores and metallurgical products.

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