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Study on Geochemical Exploration and Processing Studies for Graphite and Tungsten Minerals from Burugubanda-Tapaskonda Areas of East Godavari District, India

In India’s East Godavari district’s Burugubanda-Tapaskonda districts, graphite-tungsten mineralization may be found in graphite schists associated with khondalites. The zones of tungsten mineralization in conjunction with the graphite ore bodies were clearly defined by geochemical and geophysical exploration methods, followed by soil and stream sediment analysis. Folin-Ciocalteu reagent and...
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An Overview of Graphene Based Application

Graphene, a two-dimensional material with an atom’s thickness, has some surprising properties (hyperdensity, intrinsic mobility millions of times greater than silicon, high thermal and electrical conductivity, large surface area, is nearly 200 times stronger than steel, harder than diamond, and is extremely flexible and elastic) that have resulted in...
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Self Potential Anomalies and their Minerological Implications, A Case Study of Some Parts of Southern Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria

Self Potential, an electrical geophysical method is chiefly used in mineral prospecting. Vertical and lateral variations in the conductivity of earth materials produce variations in the potential distribution as measured on the surface thereby giving information of the sub-surface. The SP method involves the measurement of the differences in...
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