Determination of Uranium in Ores By Field Analysis

CIM Bulletin1949
F. E. SENFTLE; C. McMAHON
The usual laboratory methods of uranium analysis are either tedious, time-consuming chemical procedures or elaborate physical methods requiring sensitive equipment. There is thus an urgent need for a method of estimating the uranium content of ore samples by approximate analysis in the field. When a new property is being developed, it is desirable to know, with the least possible delay, the uranium content of channel samples in order to guide the diamond drilling ,1tnd digging operations.
Keywords: analysis, Assays, earphone, Geiger counter, pitchblende, true, uranium, Laboratory, Mine, Ore, Ores, Standards, uranium
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