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#2Agnieszka BaranH-Index: 10
Last.Tomasz CzechH-Index: 3
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Surface samples (0–25 cm each) of agricultural soils were investigated in five Regions (voivodeships) of southern Poland. The mean Potentially Harmful Element (PHE) pseudototal content ranges were as follows (mg/kg): As 5.19–10.9, Cd 0.34–1.56, Co 1.92–6.70, Cr 9.05–25.7, Cu 8.74–69.4, Hg 0.001–0.08, Ni 3.93–19.9, Pb 20.3–183, Sb 0.80–1.42, Tl 0.04–0.17, and Zn 61.3–422. The PHE availability depended on pH, the organic carbon (Corg) content, and the pseudototal PHE content in soils. Exchangeable...
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Determining the V-x parameters of H2O–NaCl–CO2 fluid inclusions (total density of inclusions, gas content, homogenization pressure, etc.) is of great value for the exploration of hydrothermal deposits. However, previous accurate calculation methods are only applicable to H2O–NaCl–CO2 fluid inclusions with homogenization temperature above 300 °C and CO2 phase homogenization temperature above the CO2 clathrate melting temperature. In this paper, a new calculation method is proposed to accurately s...
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Reservoir characterization specific to CO2 storage is challenging due to the dynamic interplay of physical and chemical trapping mechanisms. The mineralization potential for CO2 in a given siliciclastic sandstone aquifer is controlled by the mineralogy, the total reactive surface areas, and the prevailing reservoir conditions. Grain size, morphologies and mineral assemblages vary according to sedimentary facies and diagenetic imprint. The proposed workflow highlights how the input values for rea...
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#2Y. Rama MurthyH-Index: 8
Last.Lev FilippovH-Index: 12
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: The low chromium‐to‐iron ratio of chromite ores is an important issue in some chromite deposits. The value of the chromite ore is indeed dictated in the market by its iron, as well as its chromium content. In the present study, a chromite concentrate was reprocessed by gravity (spiral concentrator) and magnetic separation to enhance the chromium‐to‐iron ratio. Also, detailed characterization studies including automated mineralogy were carried out to better understand the nature of the samples....
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The flotation behavior of beryl and spodumene (typical silicate minerals) was studied at wet-grinding conditions with different grinding mediums, with dodecylamine or sodium oleate as the collector. The mechanism of potential influence of the grinding medium to the flotation behavior was investigated through measuring zeta potential of pure minerals, micro scanning by X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), surface interaction simulation and etc. The test data suggested that, with dodecylamine a...
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With a detailed microscopic image of a rock sample, one can determine the corresponding 3-D grain geometry, forming a basis to calculate the elastic properties numerically. The issues which arise in such a calculation include those associated with image resolution, the registration of the digital numerical grid with the digital image, and grain anisotropy. Further, there is a need to validate the numerical calculation via experiment or theory. Because of the geometrical complexity of the rock, t...
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#1Marcin LutyńskiH-Index: 5
#2P. SakiewiczH-Index: 7
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The mining industry of Poland is based mostly on coal and copper ores. Strict carbon emissions and the depletion of deposits will slowly phase out coal. Therefore, metallic ores and other mineral raw materials will dominate the extractive industry of Poland. Current measured resources of the largest deposits of halloysite and diatomaceous earth in Poland are over 0.5 Mt and 10 Mt, respectively. Halloysite and diatomaceous earth samples from halloysite Dunino deposits and Jawornik diatomaceous ea...
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#1Hyun Na KimH-Index: 6
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The properties and preparation of talc have long been investigated due to its diverse industrial applications, which have expanded recently. However, its comminution behavior is not yet fully understood. Therefore, having better control of the particle size and properties of talc during manufacturing is required. In this study, we investigate the effect of the ball size in a high-energy ball mill on the comminution rate and particle size reduction. High-energy ball milling at 2000 rpm produces u...
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#2Vladica CvetkovićH-Index: 16
Last.Irena PeytchevaH-Index: 20
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This study aims at better constraining the link between magmatism and metallogeny in the south-easternmost sector of the Bor Metallogenetic Zone (BMZ), where the world-class copper and gold deposit of Cukaru Peki was recently discovered. The obtained U/Pb zircon ages confirm the earlier knowledge that the major Cu–Au porphyry and epithermal mineralization in the BMZ is genetically related to the first volcanic phase (‘Timok andesite’; 85–90 Ma). However, the data also suggest that during this ph...
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Effective energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy analysis (EDX) with a scanning electron microscope of fine-grained materials (submicrometer scale) is hampered by the interaction volume of the primary electron beam, whose diameter usually is larger than the size of the grains to be analyzed. Therefore, mixed signals of the chemistry of individual grains are expected, and EDX is commonly not applied to such fine-grained material. However, by applying a low primary beam acceleration voltage, combine...
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