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A spectrochemical method for the determination of major constituents in rocks, minerals, and related materials is described. The samples are fused with lithium or sodium borate and burned with a Stallwood jet in carbon dioxide. Cobalt is used as the internal standard Comparisons with
chemically analysed samples show good accuracy and reproducibility.
Marine Laboratory, University of Miami, Miami, Florida 2:
Mineral Constitution Laboratories, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania
Publication date: March 1, 1962
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