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A. N. Evdokimov, V. I. Fokin, N. K. Shanurenko Geochemical features and prospects of ore content in black slates in Tajmyr-Severnaya zem-lya gold formation. Journal of Mining Institute. Vol 217. p. 13.

Geochemical features and prospects of ore content in black slates in Tajmyr-Severnaya zem-lya gold formation

Authors:
A. N. Evdokimov V. I. Fokin N. K. Shanurenko
Date submitted:
2016-10-06
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Abstract

Gold content, at least twice higher than the gold percentage abundance in Earth’s crust, has been discovered in a number of black slates formations in Tajmyr-Severnaya Zemlya gold province. The article shows the measurement data on organic carbon and ore elements concentrations in carbonaceous sediments, with pyrite, being their constituent, in the region. The dependence of ore elements availability, including gold, on sulphidisation degree in rocks has been identified in an ore bundle of Golyshevskaja strata. The comparison of gold concentrations in sampled monocrystals and pyrite aggregates has been carried out. It has been empirically supported that the content of gold, lead, molybdenum, cobalt, nickel and copper normally grows with the increase of sulphides quantity. Concentrations of chromium, manganese, tin, vanadium decrease respectively; however, titanium and zinc content remains unchanged.

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