assay value

assay value

[′a‚sā ‚val·yü]
(mining engineering)
The amount of gold or silver as shown by assay of any given sample and represented by ounces per ton of ore.
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Fibrinogen, AT and vWF showed the most variation in assay value ranges between capped and uncapped tubes, for the same reasons as discussed with biological variation.
The purified product is derived from fermented soybeans ranging in molecular weight from 100,000 to 4,000,000 Daltons with an assay value above 95%.
Forty-eight (98%) of the 49 patients with solitary adenoma showed an appropriate decline in assay value following adenoma excision (Figure 1).
A confirmation sample by IPL using the gravimetric technique resulted in a gold assay value of 2328.
For each assay item, we calculated recovery as the percentage of the assay value (A[V.
While it is not possible to directly correlate improvement in the assay value of several composites to the average grade of the entire deposit, the Company expects that this work will ultimately result in a meaningful increase in the current Measured Resource ounces contained in the existing El Capitan deposit mineralization.
29 assay values was calculated by using a one-tailed nonparametric statistic as the assay value, which corresponds to the 97.
A report mailed to each POL and referee listed the lab's assay values and, the target ranges, and indicated whether or not an assay value fell within acceptable limits.
2 vein, of which one of the samples returned an assay value of 1,185 g/t grade, the highest assay result from a sample that he has taken in China.
The best uncut assay value in a high-grade setting was 1.
Based on the above reported assay values and rock characteristics, six composites will be assembled and used for the metallurgical program.