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Preliminary Report on Methods of Analysis for very Small Percentages of Uranium

Description: Abstract: Procedures are presented in detail of two methods for the determination of very small percentages or uranium (down to 0.0025). The methods are applicable to a wide variety of materials. Notes on the methods and confirmatory experiments are also given.
Date: August 8, 1983
Creator: Foster, H. D.; Grimaldi, F. S. & Stevens, R. M.
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Trace Elements Investigations : The Occurrence of Columbium and Tantalum

Description: The following report is the fourth in a series of reports on rare and uncommon elements prepared by the Geological Survey. This report covers columbius and tantalus, two chemical elements belonging to the fifth group of the periodic table and quinquevalent in most of their compounds.
Date: August 8, 1983
Creator: Fleischer, Michael & Harder, James O.
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World Distribution of Soil, Rock, and Vegetation

Description: Introduction: The objective of the study was to estimate the worldwide distribution of a few broad categories of naturally occurring materials found on the land surface of the earth.
Date: June 30, 1965
Creator: Goldberg, Jerald M.; Fosberg, F. Raymond; Sachet, Marie-Hélène & Reimer, Allen
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Perched Ground Water in Zeolitized-Bedded Tuff, Rainier Mesa and Vicinity, Nevada Test Site, Nevada

Description: Introduction: This report describes the occurrence, movement, and discharge of perched ground water in tuffaceous rocks that cap and underlie Rainier Mesa -- the site of the first series of underground nuclear detonations made by the Atomic Energy Commission at the Nevada Test Site.
Date: 1965
Creator: Thordarson, William
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Chemistry and Movement of Ground Water, Nevada Test Site

Description: Introduction: The chemical character of ground water depends to a large degree upon the character of the rock formations through which the water moves. The composition of the water is the result of several solutional and decompositional processes.
Date: May 20, 1964
Creator: Schoff, Stuart L. & Moore, John E.
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