wet assay

wet assay

[′wet ′as‚ā]
(mining engineering)
The determination of the quantity of a desired constituent in ores, metallurgical residues, and alloys by the use of the processes of solution, flotation, or other liquid means.
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She was involved in the analyses of geological samples for metals employing classical wet assay techniques and atomic absorption spectrophotometry.
true thickness) compared to original wet assay sampling of 16.
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previous wet assays, reflecting the new zones discovered.
SBMGE"), using wet assay method, have been confirmed by the more accurate
programme and so there are no wet assays for comparison.
These are higher than the original wet assays of 4.