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Advanced Discrimination of Hematite and Magnetite by ...

2012-3-20  Studying mineral liberation of hematite and magnetite is important to predict iron extraction behaviour. Similar elemental composition makes their discrimination by automated scanning electron microscopy/energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (SEM-EDS) a challenge.

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ADVANCED DISCRIMINATION OF HEMATITE AND

Studying mineral liberation of hematite and magnetite is important to predict iron extraction behaviour. Similar elemental composition makes their discrimination by automated scanning electron ...

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(PDF) DISCRIMINATING HEMATITE AND MAGNETITE AND ...

One of the recent advances in mineral liberation software has been the automated discrimination of hematite (Fe 2 O 3 ) and magnetite (Fe 3 O 4 ) in polished particle epoxy mounts (Shaffer 2009 ...

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Magnetic discrimination between Al‐substituted hematites ...

2012-2-23  1. Introduction [2] Hematite (α‐Fe 2 O 3) occurs in significant proportion in many aerobic soils under warm and humid climates or in sediments of various ages [Walker, 1967a; Walker et al., 1981; Christensen et al., 2000].Although hematite is weakly magnetic compared to other iron (Fe) oxides (e.g., the ferrimagnetic magnetite and titanomagnetite), its contribution to the magnetic anomaly ...

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Magnetic discrimination between Al-substituted

2019-9-19  the ferrimagnetic magnetite and titanomagnetite), its con-tribution to the magnetic anomaly cannot be ignored. In fact, hematite is the dominant magnetic carrier in many lithologic units [Walker, 1967b]. Moreover, the formation and preservation of hematite is sensitive to the surrounding environment. Therefore, mineral magnetic characterizations

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Analysis of Hyperion Satellite Data for Discrimination of ...

converted hematite into magnetite and the jasper into quartz. These ore bodies are found in the Salem and Trichirapalli districts of Tamil Nadu (Krishnan, 1964). The study area consists of mixed rock types namely gneisses, charnockite, magnetite quartzite and the study area is about 50 sq. km. 2. Data Used and Methodology

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Mineralogical Imaging for Characterization of the Per ...

2019-9-10  discrimination. In this study, MLA and Raman imaging are compared to acquire mineralogical data for better characterization of magnetite and hematite-bearing ores. The di erent approaches demonstrate advantages and disadvantages in classification, imaging, discrimination of iron oxides, and time consumption of measurement and processing.

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Hematite Breccia-Hosted Iron Oxide Copper-Gold Deposits ...

The Prominent Hill deposit is a large iron oxide copper-gold (IOCG) resource located in the Olympic IOCG province of South Australia. The deposit is hosted by brecciated sedimentary rocks and structurally underlying lavas of the ca. 1.6 Ga Gawler Range Volcanics.

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Discriminating hematite and magnetite via Scanning ...

2018-1-8  One of the recent advances in mineral liberation software has been the automated discrimination of hematite (Fe 2 O 3) and magnetite (Fe 3 O 4) in polished particle epoxy mounts (Shaffer 2009 Shaffer M. 2009. Discriminating hematite and magnetite and quantifying their associations using

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Magnetic discrimination between Al‐substituted hematites ...

2012-2-23  1. Introduction [2] Hematite (α‐Fe 2 O 3) occurs in significant proportion in many aerobic soils under warm and humid climates or in sediments of various ages [Walker, 1967a; Walker et al., 1981; Christensen et al., 2000].Although hematite is weakly magnetic compared to other iron (Fe) oxides (e.g., the ferrimagnetic magnetite and titanomagnetite), its contribution to the magnetic anomaly ...

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The discrimination of hematites synthesized by hydro ...

Hematite is the eventual magnetic oxide that forms in the aerobic and moist heat environments (e.g., tropical and sub-tropical areas). Although hematite is weakly magnetic compared to the other ferromagnetic oxides like magnetite and titanomagnetite, it is usually abundant in natural environment, and is one of the most important remanent carriers.

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Geochemistry of magnetite and hematite from

2017-12-1  PLS-DA yields useful discrimination models to identify the sources of detrital iron oxides in unconsolidated sediments, as it illustrates that > 90% of magnetite and hematite grains in the Kiggavik till samples were eroded from the local bedrock, with only a low proportion being from unknown sources. However, petrography and PLS-DA of mineral ...

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Integrated Magnetic Analyses for the Discrimination of ...

Magnetite was the main magnetic phase in all types of samples, with a small amount of high-coercive hematite within ironworks and street dust samples. Significant differences were observed in the domain structure (grain size) of industrial and traffic-related magnetic particles.

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Discrimination and Variance Structure of Trace Element ...

2018-4-3  This granitic signature, therefore, postdates formation of magnetite BIFs and potentially represents a supergene ore enrichment stage. The combination of Ni, Co, Ti and Nb was discovered to be uniquely attributed to discrimination of the Northern and Southern Middleback Ranges, indicating very specific local settings unrelated to hematite textures.

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Minerals Free Full-Text Mineralogical Imaging for ...

The discrimination of magnetite and hematite, however, is strongly dependent on operating conditions in SEM-MLA. Raman imaging shows a major advantage due to distinct Raman spectra that enable in situ identification. Raman spectroscopy allows the determination of

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Magnetism of Al‐substituted magnetite reduced from

2016-6-7  In order to characterize the magnetic properties of Al-magnetite, two series of Al-magnetite samples were synthesized through reduction of Al-hematite by a mixed gas (80% CO 2 and 20% CO) at 395°C for 72 h in a quartz tube furnace. Al-magnetite samples inherited the morphology of their parent Al-hematite samples, but only those transformed ...

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Characterization of hematite (α‐Fe2O3), goethite

2006-12-16  [1] First-order reversal curve (FORC) diagrams have become a standard tool in rock magnetism, yet magnetite is the only magnetic mineral that is well characterized using FORC diagrams. We present FORC diagrams for predominantly single-domain (SD) synthetic aluminous hematite (α-Fe 2-x Al x O 3) and goethite (α-(FeAl)OOH) and natural greigite (Fe 3 S 4) and pyrrhotite (Fe 7 S 8) to constrain ...

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Hematite Breccia-Hosted Iron Oxide Copper-Gold Deposits ...

The Prominent Hill deposit is a large iron oxide copper-gold (IOCG) resource located in the Olympic IOCG province of South Australia. The deposit is hosted by brecciated sedimentary rocks and structurally underlying lavas of the ca. 1.6 Ga Gawler Range Volcanics.

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Discriminating hematite and magnetite via Scanning ...

2018-1-8  One of the recent advances in mineral liberation software has been the automated discrimination of hematite (Fe 2 O 3) and magnetite (Fe 3 O 4) in polished particle epoxy mounts (Shaffer 2009 Shaffer M. 2009. Discriminating hematite and magnetite and quantifying their associations using the JKTech mineral liberation Analyzer™.

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The discrimination of hematites synthesized by hydro ...

Hematite is the eventual magnetic oxide that forms in the aerobic and moist heat environments (e.g., tropical and sub-tropical areas). Although hematite is weakly magnetic compared to the other ferromagnetic oxides like magnetite and titanomagnetite, it is usually abundant in natural environment, and is one of the most important remanent carriers.

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Analysis of Hyperion Satellite Data for Discrimination of ...

converted hematite into magnetite and the jasper into quartz. These ore bodies are found in the Salem and Trichirapalli districts of Tamil Nadu (Krishnan, 1964). The study area consists of mixed rock types namely gneisses, charnockite, magnetite quartzite and the study area is about 50 sq. km. 2. Data Used and Methodology

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Comment on ‘On the discrimination between magnetite

In a recent article (Espinosa et al 2012 Meas. Sci. Technol. 23 015602), the authors have presented a method for the quantification of magnetite (Fe 3 O 4 ) and maghemite (γ-Fe 2 O 3 ) from x-ray absorption near edge spectroscopy at the Fe K-edge in the fluorescence mode. In this comment, I point out that the study was erroneously conducted in hematite (α-Fe2O3) instead ...

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Minerals Free Full-Text Mineralogical Imaging for ...

The discrimination of magnetite and hematite, however, is strongly dependent on operating conditions in SEM-MLA. Raman imaging shows a major advantage due to distinct Raman spectra that enable in situ identification. Raman spectroscopy allows

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Numerical unmixing of weakly and strongly magnetic ...

2019-1-6  A combination of more than one method, however, can lead to a better discrimination of hematite when it occurs together with magnetite and/or maghemite. In the future addition of different magnetic measurements in a PCA, for example IRM acquisition, Curie/Néel temperature, could lead to a more robust separation of phases.

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Trace element geochemistry of magnetite from the Cerro ...

2019-5-27  Hematite is observed as small patches within magnetite (Fig. 5a) and as a thin rim on magnetite or pyrite (Fig. 5b). ... Based on the chemical characteristics of the magnetite types, a new discrimination diagram based on the V and Ga concentrations is proposed to identify magmatic or hydrothermal events.

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Magnetic properties of ilmenite‐hematite single crystals ...

2011-9-10  The relative difference between the room temperature remanence held by hematite and magnetite, and the remanence at ∼10 K held mostly by ilmenite and magnetite, is an indication of the relative amounts of hematite and ilmenite. The relative contribution from magnetite at low temperatures can be inferred from the remanence below the Verwey ...

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Magnetism of Al‐substituted magnetite reduced from

2016-6-7  In order to characterize the magnetic properties of Al-magnetite, two series of Al-magnetite samples were synthesized through reduction of Al-hematite by a mixed gas (80% CO 2 and 20% CO) at 395°C for 72 h in a quartz tube furnace. Al-magnetite samples inherited the morphology of their parent Al-hematite samples, but only those transformed ...

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Hematite Breccia-Hosted Iron Oxide Copper-Gold Deposits ...

The Prominent Hill deposit is a large iron oxide copper-gold (IOCG) resource located in the Olympic IOCG province of South Australia. The deposit is hosted by brecciated sedimentary rocks and structurally underlying lavas of the ca. 1.6 Ga Gawler Range Volcanics.

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