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The titaniferous magnetites of Minnesota.

Frank Fitch Grout

The titaniferous magnetites of Minnesota.

by Frank Fitch Grout

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Published by Office of the Commissioner of the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation in St. Paul .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Minnesota.
    • Subjects:
    • Titanium.,
    • Magnetite.,
    • Iron ores -- Minnesota.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsMinnesota. Office of Commissioner of Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN490.T6 G76
      The Physical Object
      Pagination vi, 117 p.
      Number of Pages117
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL198292M
      LC Control Numbera 50009330
      OCLC/WorldCa4447174

      [Frontispiece, Vol. LVII] [Portrait] JOHN DAGLISH, PRESIDENT OF THE NORTH OF ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF MINING AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, Born on June 26th, , and died on August 9th, [i] THE NORTH OF ENGLAND INSTITUTE OF MINING AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERS. TRANSACTIONS. VOL. LVII. File Size: 1MB. The new book covers the same ground and reaches the same broad conclusions as its parent, but in reduced, less densely illustrated format. The aim of the new book remains the same: to provide a modern, comprehensive statement on the nature and evolution of 5/5(2).

      CLASSIFICATION AND DEFINITIONS OF TEXTURES AND MINERAL the United States a few papers appeared previous to and in that year the publication of Singewald's papers on the titaniferous magnetites and Graton and Murdock's treatise on the C. K., The Mesabi iron-bearing district of Minnesota: U. S. Geol. Survey Mono. 48 5/5(2). Principles of Precambrian Geology represents an updated abridgment of my book Precambrian Geology: The Dynamic Evolution of the Continental Crust. The new book covers the same ground and reaches the same broad conclusions as its parent, but in reduced, less densely illustrated format.

      Titaniferous sandstone During mapping in the Haystack Mountains, south- central Wyoming, which is being done primarily to de­ termine the potential resources of coal, oil, and natural gas in the western part of the Hanna Basin, E. A. Merewether and J. R. Gill noted unusual deposits ofFile Size: 13MB. TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Executive Summary ES-1 Introduction Statutory and Regulatory Background Purpose of this Report Preparation of the Processing Waste Summaries 1. 4 Summary and Conclusions I.A.I Nonmetals Not Recommended for Further Study Nonmetals Recommended for Further Study Metals Not .


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grout, Frank F. (Frank Fitch), b. Titaniferous magnetites of Minnesota. Paul, Office of the Commissioner of the Iron The titaniferous magnetites of Minnesota. book Resources and Rehabilitation,   The titaniferous magnetites of Minnesota by Frank Fitch Grout, Frank F.

Grout; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Titanium, Magnetite, Iron ores; Places: Minnesota. The relation of the titaniferous magnetite deposits of north-eastern Minnesota to the Duluth gabbro, (Lancaster, Pa., Press of the New era printing company, ), by T.

Broderick (page images at HathiTrust) Liquidus temperatures of titaniferous slags (in three parts). Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF. They have considered them to be "late magmatic," late-phase injections, and even t to this interpretation is supplied by the microscopic study of some titaniferous magnetite ores occurring in a massive anorthosite body of variable facies, located in the San Gabriel Mountains, Los Angeles Co., : Walter Wilson Moorehouse.

The titaniferous magnetites of Minnesota. Frank B. Grout Published by Office of the Commissioner of the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation, St. Paul (). The first set of hydrogen reduction experiments to use actual lunar material was recently completed.

The sample,is a coarse-grained vesicular basalt. Titanium slag obtained at electric smelting of titaniferous magnetite concentrate from Tymlaj deposit was used for the studies.

Slag produced at ore-thermal smelting of titaniferous magnetite consists mainly of aluminum silicates and sodium silicotitanates, magnesium and calcium titanates, titanium dioxide and lower titanium oxides.

Magnetite is an important iron ore, along with hematite. Nanoinclusions of magnetite crystals cause the iridescence of Rainbow obsidian (Nadin, ). Extremely thin layers of nm octahedral crystals of magnetite give some basalt surfaces an iridescent sheen (Nadin, ).

May precipitate from supersaturated volcanic gas due to its cooling. The Soudan Formation and a new suggestion as to the origin of the Vermilion iron oresCited by: 7. In book: Low-Grade Metamorphism, pp - Pseudorutile occurs with titanite + TiO2 in broad lamellae within titaniferous magnetites.

It also occurs as intergrowths with titanite and Fe. The Echo Lake intrusion in the Upper Peninsula (UP) of Michigan, USA, was formed during the Ga Midcontinent Rift event in North America. Troctolite is the predominant rock unit in the intrusion, with interlayered bands of peridotite, mafic pegmatitic rock, olivine gabbro, magnetite-bearing gabbro, and anorthosite.

Exploratory drilling has revealed a platinum group element Cited by: 1. Full text of "Economic Geology of the United States" See other formats. Magnetite is a rock mineral and one of the main iron ores, with the chemical formula Fe 3 O is one of the oxides of iron, and is ferrimagnetic; it is attracted to a magnet and can be magnetized to become a permanent magnet itself.

It is the most magnetic of all the naturally-occurring minerals on Earth. Naturally-magnetized pieces of magnetite, called lodestone, will attract Category: Oxide minerals, Spinel group, Spinel.

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[volume] (Grand Marais, Cook County, Minn.) current, OctoImage 1, brought to you by Minnesota Historical Society; Saint Paul, MN, and the National Digital Newspaper Program. The titaniferous magnetites constitute a widely distributed but at present commercially unavailable class of iron ores.

The magnetite crystals of these deposits interpenetrate with the other constituents of an igneous rock, commonly of a gabbro type, and the deposits themselves are essentially igneous rocks. Minnesota.

Jour. Geol., vol. iii, pp.Describes the olivinitic, hypersthenic, diallagic, biotitic, hornblendic, and nonfeldspathic varieties of the granulitic gabbros.

Gives the author's conclusions and a preliminary geologic map of the vicinity of Akeley Lake, Minnesota. Spherulitic volcanics at North Haven, : Fred Boughton Weeks. The magnetite occurrences of the West coast of Vancouver Island, B.C.: their contact metamorphism and Osborne, Freleigh Fitz Author: Freleigh Fitz Osborne.

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