electrogravimetry


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electrogravimetry

[i‚lek·trə·grə′vim·ə·trē]
(analytical chemistry)
Electrodeposition analysis in which the quantities of metals deposited may be determined by weighing a suitable electrode before and after deposition.
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Drill core samples are analyzed at the company's fully accredited ISO 17025 mine site laboratory by x-ray fluorescence (copper, lead, zinc, sulphur, iron, tin, arsenic, antimony and bismuth), electrogravimetry (copper), or atomic absorption (zinc, silver, mercury).
Drill core samples are analyzed at the company's fully accredited ISO mine site laboratory by x-ray fluorescence (copper, lead, zinc, sulphur, iron, tin, arsenic, antimony and bismuth), electrogravimetry (copper), or atomic absorption (silver, mercury).