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The nickel ores of Sudbury (Canada)

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Published by G. Philip in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nickel mines and mining -- Ontario.,
  • Nickel -- Mines et extraction -- Ontario.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John D. Frossard.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 03263, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 03263
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (34 fr.).
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23345089M
    ISBN 100665032633

      Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts: Origin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex presents a current state of understanding on the geology and ore deposits of the Sudbury Igneous Complex in Ontario, Canada. As the first complete reference on the subject, this book explores the linkage between the processes of meteorite impact, melt sheet formation, differentiation, sulfide immiscibility and metal Author: Peter Lightfoot. The brainchild of former Sudbury firefighter and now entrepreneur Ted Szilva and sculptor Bruno Cavallo, the Big Nickel stands on a hill and is meant to represent the efforts of Sudbury nickel miners.

    Ore deposits produced by magmatic segregation, with special reference to the nickel ores of the Sudbury district, Ontario Stuart State University of Iowa Follow this and additional works at: This work has been identified with a Creative Commons Public Domain Mark Material in the public domain. The mineralogy of pyrrhotite from Sudbury CCN and Phoenix nickel ores and its effect on flotation performance Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Metallurgical Quarterly 50(1) January.

    A study of the Strathcona mine and its bearing on the origin of the nickel-copper ores of the Sudbury district, Ontario. Journal of Petrology, v. 8, pp. Norman, M. D., Sudbury Igneous Complex: Impact melt or endogenous magma?   The Sudbury Basin in Ontario, Canada, is 39 miles long and 19 miles wide - and miles deep. It was formed by a comet hitting Earth billion years ago, researchers have found.


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Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts: Origin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex presents a current state of understanding on the geology and ore deposits of the Sudbury Igneous Complex in Ontario, Canada.

As the first complete reference on the subject, this book explores the linkage between the processes of meteorite impact, melt sheet formation, differentiation, sulfide immiscibility and metal.

Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts: Origin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex presents a current state of understanding on the geology and ore deposits of the Sudbury Igneous Complex in Ontario, Canada.

As the first complete reference on the subject, this book explores the linkage between the processes of meteorite impact, melt sheet formation, differentiation, sulfide immiscibility and metal 4/5(2). Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts is designed to emphasize concepts t hat can be applied across a broad range of ore depos it types beyond Sudbury and nickel depos it : Peter C.

Lightfoot. “This is undoubtedly the most detailed and comprehensive book on the ore deposits of Sudbury and their origin ever published. The nickel sulfide ores of the Sudbury Igneous Complex comprise one of the most famous and economically important mineral deposits in the.

The Sudbury Basin / ˈ s ʌ d b ə r i /, also known as Sudbury Structure or the Sudbury Nickel Irruptive, is a major geological structure in Ontario, is the third-largest known impact crater or astrobleme on Earth, as well as one of the oldest.

The crater formed billion years ago in the Paleoproterozoic era. The basin is located on the Canadian Shield in the city of Greater Age: Ma, Paleoproterozoic. Nickel had been used with copper and zinc in China for many centuries and its use had eventually spread to Europe where the alloy of these metals became known as German silver.

In the Sudbury area, however, separation of the nickel and copper in the local ores proved very difficult and most local mining companies enjoyed short existences. The nature and origin of the sulphide nickel ore, and the water chemistry of the region also may dictate adoption of different flowsheets 7 as in the case of nickel ores in Canada (e.g., ores from Sudbury region and the Thomson region).

The water chemistry and the utility of sodium carbonate or lime as pH regulators, play vital role during. Nickel Ores by Rumbold, Former paperback that library has been bound into hardcovers with original wraps glued onto book board and cloth spine.

Good, ex-library book with associated ex-library flaws, wear to bottom corner of both boards, light soiling and rubbing to paper-covered boards, and light wear to head and foot of cloth spine; text.

OCLC Number: Description: 47 pages 23 cm. Contents: Les mines de nickel de la région de Sudbury. Originally published: Paris: Société de géographie commerciale, --Le Nouvel-Ontario, ally published: Paris: Société de géographie commerciale, Get this from a library. Nickel sulfide ores and impact melts: origin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex.

[Peter C Lightfoot] -- This book "presents a current state of understanding on the geology and ore deposits of the Sudbury Igneous Complex in Ontario, Canada. As the first complete reference on the subject, this book. Nickel is a chemical element with the symbol Ni and atomic number It is a silvery-white lustrous metal with a slight golden tinge.

Nickel belongs to the transition metals and is hard and nickel, powdered to maximize the reactive surface area, shows a significant chemical activity, but larger pieces are slow to react with air under standard conditions because an oxide layer Group: group Sudbury, officially Greater Sudbury (French: Grand-Sudbury), is a city in Ontario, is the largest city in Northern Ontario by population, with a population ofat the Canadian Census.

By land area, it is the largest in Ontario and the fifth largest in is administratively a Unitary authority, and thus not part of any district, county, or regional y: Canada. Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts: Origin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex eBook: Peter C.

Lightfoot: : Kindle Store/5(4). Find a huge variety of new & used Nickel mines and mining books online including bestsellers & rare titles at the best prices.

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The Nickel Ores of Sudbury. Boltd, J. (), The Winning of n & Co. London, pp.[Comprehensive book for. the general reader that contains a good survey of the geology of Sudbury as Author: Colin J.

Dixon. The ore deposits at Sudbury are one of the world’s largest ore systems, representing a classic case study that brings together very diverse datasets and ways of thinking.

This book is designed to emphasize concepts that can be applied across a broad range of ore. • The Sudbury Basin or Structure was formed by the impact of a 10 km meteorite. • This is the second largest impact crater in the world. • The original crater is guessed to be about km in diameter.

• Impact occurred about billion years ago. • Original crater altered by subsequent geologic processes. The mafic and ultramafic magmatic bodies that host the ores are diverse in form and composition, and can be subdivided into the following four subtypes: (a) an astrobleme-associated sill-like mafic intrusion that contains ores in which Ni:Cu is approximately (Sudbury, Ontario is.

Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts: Origin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex Textbook. Undoubtedly the most detailed and comprehensive book on ore deposits of Sudbury. Tony Green. Grenvyn Consulting Inc. The ideas and conclusions are supported by plenty of beautiful geological maps and photographs, geochemical diagrams, tables and.

Sudbury, city ( pop. 92,), central Ont., Canada. It is the center of Canada's largest mining region, which produces much of the world's nickel and large quantities of copper, platinum, gold, silver, cobalt, and sulfur.

Laurentian Univ. () is there. About this book. Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts: Origin of the Sudbury Igneous Complex presents a current state of understanding on the geology and ore deposits of the Sudbury Igneous Complex in Ontario, Canada.

As the first complete reference on the subject, Nickel Sulfide Ores and Impact Melts explores the linkage between the processes of meteorite impact, melt sheet formation.GRATON, L. C.: Discussions: on Genesis of the Sudbury Nickel-copper Ores as Indicated by Recent Explorations, 66; on the Relation of Sphalerite to Other Sulphides in Ores, Gravitational segregation, nickel-copper ores, Sudbury, Gravity separation, methods, At Sudbury the Nickel Irruptive shows every sign of having suffered major contamination by felsic country rocks.

Silica is known to depress the solubility of sulfides in a mafic magma (Irvine, ), and the importance of Sudbury as a source of nickel is probably related to this contamination.