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Analysis of mineral specimens

Posted by Nicu Pascanu  
Analysis of mineral specimens
October 09, 2011 11:49AM
    
Among the samples that I collected in the late 90's, there are some that are strictly necessary for analysis. Optical equipment, even though it's perfomance, using observation and not a precise identification. In my est-european space is becoming more difficult a scientific approach to fast analysis, without risks and compromises-for samples, of course.
That's why any advice and information will be well comed in this context.

Regards,
Nicu Pascanu
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