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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, [www.mindat.org] 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 taolds@mtu.edu.


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