platinum group

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plat·i·num group

(plat'i-nŭm grūp),
A group of six amphoteric elements: iridium, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhodium, and ruthenium.
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Less credible still are the suggestions|5~ that gold losses may be due to the vaporisation of micron-sized gold or of organic gold complexes; volatilisation of gold halides; alloying of gold with platinum group elements which prevents fusion; or alloying which prevents collection; all during fire assay.
Magmatic Platinum Group Element Environments in Canada: Present and Future Exploration Target Areas by Larry Hulbert Geological Association of Canada c/o Department of Earth Sciences Memorial University of Newfoundland St.
Early in the year, Nevada Star Resources announced that shareholders approved the company's takeover of MAN Resources and with it, control of the 120-square-mile Eureka-Tangle Lakes platinum group element prospect in the central Alaska Range.
HLM has a significant interest with platinum group elements and gold, also in northwestern Ontario.
The mine is expected to produce around 195,000 tonnes of in-pit copper, nickel and platinum group elements.
TSX: PDL, NYSE Amex: PAL) whereby North American Palladium would have the Option to Purchase the Tib Lake Platinum Group Elements (PGE) property after completion of certain cash payments and exploration expenditures.
Sudbury is also a major producer of copper and platinum group elements, and according to Mohr, both remain lucrative.
Wallbridge inked a three-year joint venture agreement with Lonmin to explore for platinum group elements, nickel and copper on Wallbridge s properties on the North Range, which spans 384 square kilometres.
Wallbridge Mining Company Limited (TSX: WM) (FWB: WC7), a company whose primary focus is the exploration for platinum group elements and nickel and copper deposits in the Sudbury area of Ontario, has completed delivery of 30,500 tonnes of material from its Broken Hammer platinum-palladium-copper deposit, for processing at Xstrata's Strathcona Mill.
This fact is, perhaps, nowhere more evident than in the exploration of platinum group elements (PGEs) and, their host, platinum group minerals (PGMs).
Commodities covered include, but are not limited to, iron, copper, lead, zinc, silver, gold, nickel, platinum group elements, chromite, uranium, minor minerals including rare earth elements, building stone, clay, and coal.