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Journal of X-Ray Spectrometry

Posted by Debbie Woolf  
avatar Journal of X-Ray Spectrometry
February 06, 2012 04:19PM
Does anyone have this reference, if so please advise if the article mentions the full locality as at the moment it's just listed as Western Cape, South Africa, and there is more than one 'Spitskop' known in this region.

Belcher, R.W., Rozendaal, A. and Przybylowicz, W.J. (2004): Trace element zoning in pyrite determined by PIXE elemental mapping: evidence for varying ore-fluid composition and electrochemical precipitation of gold at the Spitskop deposit, Saldania Belt, Journal of X-Ray Spectrometry, 33, 174-180.

avatar Re: Journal of X-Ray Spectrometry
February 06, 2012 05:05PM
Hey Debbie,

I can send you the pdf. if you'd like, just PM your email or send one to


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