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Chromite Deposits

United States. Bureau of Mines.

Chromite Deposits

Sweetwater, Castro, Trinidad, New London, and Hilltop Mines San Luis Obispo County, California.

by United States. Bureau of Mines.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


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SeriesReport of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 4783
ContributionsSmith, M., Ricker, S.
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Open LibraryOL21748127M

Chromite Deposits. Deepak Meena GT. Chrome: Essential in the Green Economy! harden steel, to manufacture stainless steel, and to form alloys. plating to produce a hard, beautiful surface; prevents corrosion. As economic deposits in: the Bushveld complex, Transvaal, South Africa. From the Great Dyke, Zimbabwe. From many localities in Turkey. At Saranay and elsewhere in the Ural Mountains, Russia. From the Moa district, northern Cuba. On Luzon, Y.Y. Ge () Fe2+- Fe3+ ordered distribution in chromite spinels. Phys. Chern. Minerals, 19, File Size: KB.

Most deposits of chromite in Oregon have been found near Grants Pass on the Siskiyou National Forest and near John Day on the Malheur National Forest. Domestic mining for chromite was restricted to a few locations in the United States, including Montana, California, and Oregon, and mining the mineral was only economically feasible during times. Since the first edition (Wilhelm & Walther E. Petrascheck ), the book was intended to provide a concise introduction to the geological setting of mineral deposits, including its application to.

trend. The chromite mineral composition of the stratiform deposits of Kızilyüksek shows the same pattern as podiform deposits. The Pozantı and Karsantı chromite analyses have low TiO2 contents ( wt.%), which is characteristic for podiform chromite. Chromites from the study areas are clustered mainly within the Troodos compositional Size: KB. Podiform chromite deposits tend to be very self-contained (like raisins): there is very little external indication or halo that you are even close to the chromite body in most cases. In my experimentation in the Josephine Ultramafic Complex, a microgravity profile could readily detect pods we already knew existed, and even suggested several others.


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Chromite Deposits by United States. Bureau of Mines. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The chromite deposits of the eastern Bushveld Complex occur in the Critical Zone, a layered pile consisting mainly of pyroxenite, norite, and anorthosite, with minor gabbro, dunite, and harzburgite.

With probable reserves in excess of one billion tons, the deposits are among the major mineral resources of. Chromite Deposits Along the Border Ranges Fault, Southern Alaska In Two Parts [Foley, Jeffrey Y.; Barker, James C.; Dahlin, Kirby, D. E.; Brown, L. L.] on Platinum-Nickel-Chromium Deposits: Geology, Exploration, and Reserve Base is the first reference book to combine information on the discovery of numerous minerals within existing deposits.

This book recognizes the close affinity and great natural coexistence of platinum, palladium, chromium, nickel, copper, gold, and silver hosted by unique stratigraphy (mafic-ultramafic intrusive of layered ingenious. In book: Environmental Materials and Waste, pp Cite this publication.

Nurcan Köleli. mining is applied to podiform deposits. Chromite ore is mined in over 20 countries, but about 80%. Authored by the world’s premier experts on Finnish mineral exploration and mining, Mineral Deposits of Finland offers a thorough summary Chromite Deposits book the mineral deposits and their petrogenesis, helping readers to map, explore, and identify Finland’s renewed potential for mineral exploration and extraction.

All aspects of the geology and geochemistry of ore deposits and their host rocks are covered. Main headings are according to commodity, i.e. tungsten, Chromite Deposits book, and base metals, rather than by scientific criteria. The scope and subject matter varies from the metallogenic province to the individual deposit.

Podiform chromite deposits--database and grade and tonnage models Related topics Chromium, Economic geology, Geospatial datasets, Iridium, Iron, Metallic mineral resources, Palladium, Platinum, Plutonic rocks, Rhodium, Ruthenium Mineral deposit areas Dunite Chromium Comma-delimited text, DBF, HTML table, KML, Shapefile, Tab-delimited text.

The Black Thor, Black Label and Big Daddy chromite deposits which were acquired by Noront from Cliffs Natural Resources in are within eight kilometres of Eagle’s Nest. These deposits come to surface with chromite lenses averaging between 40 and 80 metres in width (maximum widths at Black Thor are metres).File Size: 2MB.

In these deposits the chromite is disseminated through the rock and not highly concentrated in easy-to-mine layers. Podiform deposits are known in Kazakhstan, Russia, the Philippines, Zimbabwe, Cyprus, and Greece. The first discoveries of podiform chromite deposits. Ingassana chromite ore is considered as one of the largest chromite ore deposits in Sudan.

Its chromite reserves was estimated to be 2 teragrams (Tg or million tons), with chromium oxide assay in the range from 20% to 51% Cr 2 O 3 (Habashi and Bassyouni, ; Ahmed, ). The mining area at Ingessana Hills is connected to. Chromite Deposits of the Northern Coast Ranges of California.

Part 2, Coast Ranges. Geological Investigations of Chromite in California. BulletinPart 2, Chapter 1. December 38 pages [D.H. Dow & T.P. Thayer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Chromite Deposits of the Northern Coast Ranges of California. Part 2, Coast : D.H. Dow & T.P. Thayer. Chromite is the most important chromium ore mineral. It forms a complete solid solution series with many other members of the group, eg.

in the Chromite-Hercynite Series, Chromite-Spinel Series, Chromite-Magnetite Series and the Chromite-Magnesiochromite is the iron analogue of Zincochromite, Cochromite, Manganochromite and Magnesiochromite and the Cr analogue of Hercynite.

_M), 11)14, pp. CHROMITE Only two counties in Georgia, namely, Towns and Troup, as far as known at present, have chromite in apparently commercial quantity. The deposit in Towns County is located two miles due west of Hiawassee, on lot 92; while the deposit in Troup County is near Louise.

chromite deposits are found in dunite or peridotite near the contact of the cumulate and tectonite zones in ophiolites.

We have identified 1, individual podiform chromite deposits, based on a meter spatial rule, and have compiled them in a database. Of these, deposits Cited by: 4. Ore deposits associated with ultramafic-mafic rocks and ore forming processes 5.

Magmatic evolution of the Bushveld magma chamber: the roles of fractional crystallization, convection, magma recharge and eruption 6. Changing patterns of the mantle processes and formation of the ophiolitic chromite deposits through space and time 7.

Extensive literature exists on both aspects of chromite deposits. The readers are particularly referred to the review articles by Duke () and Stowe (), and a book edited by Stowe (a). Day Book No. 1 (Day Book Chromite prospect; Day Book Olivine deposit; Ray Mine; Day Book Olivine Quarry; Day Book Quarry), Day Book, Yancey Co., North Carolina, USA: A former Al-Cr-Fe-Mg (magnesite)-silica occurrence/mine located 3 miles N of Burnsville on Mine Fork of Jacks Creek, on National Forest land (fee ownership; private lease; mineral rights only).

The chromite minerals are found in 2 main deposits, which are stratiform deposits and podiform deposits. Stratiform deposits in layered intrusions are the main source of chromite resources and are seen in countries such as South Africa, Canada, Finland, and ry: Oxide minerals, Spinel group, Spinel.

the chromite. These deposits are well suited for the quarrying of high-grade olivine, since most of them, being more resistant to erosion than the surrounding area, stand up as hills of relatively sound formation. All of the twenty large deposits mapped in this survey are accessible to rail or truck transportation.

Dark Ridge, Addie andFile Size: 7MB. Chromite deposits in Archean greenstones resemble the ophiolite ores in respect to their peridotite host rocks, shapes, and intense deformation but are recognizably cumulate by:.

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Platinum Element Group and chromite deposits form as thin but laterally continuous layers in the body of the layered intrusions.deposits • >30 deposits produced >10t gold each • > deposits produced >kg each • Highest production recorded t () • >90% deposits occur associated with Archaean greenstone belts and surrounding granitoids • Richest greenstone belts in File Size: 1MB.