Individual Mineral

Individual Mineral

 

a natural solid, homogeneous inorganic body (mineral) physically separated in space from other bodies by natural dividing surfaces (for example, crystal faces, surfaces of grains, or surfaces of individualized aggregates— oolites).

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44 billion, Tribal governments and individual mineral rights owners received nearly $676 million, and $950 million went toward the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which invests in outdoor recreation opportunities and conservation in America's state and local parks.
In our abiotic experiments in the lab, where we blend together the right chemicals, we can produce a type of manganese oxide mineral in which tiny individual mineral particles, too small to see, turn the color of the solution from clear to golden beige.
In addition to the individual mineral nutrients, composite nanoparticles of different but compatible nutrients also can be delivered via soil or foliar application into plant tissues, where they slowly dissolve to release the related ions for plant assimilation, motivated by specific environmental signals.
Almost all of the leases are with individual mineral holders, including local farmers.
05) differences were observed in the mean values of individual mineral contents of different fish species.
The team used 1,400 individual mineral grains from three sediment cores taken just offshore of the Lambert Glacier, using microfossils to pinpoint when each layer of the core had been deposited.
In terms of the number of individual mineral species she had more than 100, which was an impressive achievement considering that at that time the majority of the mineral species known today had not been discovered.
Special exhibits include pegmatite minerals, the minerals of China, Russia and Africa, and displays of individual mineral species such as quartz, fluorite, calcite, stibnite, barite, celestine and copper.
with labels on individual mineral samples bearing information such as the mineral name, chemical composition, date of discovery, location, and donor's name.
The current analytic technique, which can discern the compositions of individual mineral grains, requires vaporizing only "a few nanograms of the material," Meshik notes.
In his view, exploration by new entrants in the mining industry could be impeded by individual mineral rights holders attempting to extract excessive amounts of options money.
Moreover, laser ablation mass spectrometry will allow to measure calcium and strontium isotopes at the high spatial resolution required to characterize individual mineral phases.

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