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Manual of the Chemical Analysis of Rocks

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Manual of the Chemical Analysis of Rocks
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Publisher: Wiley
ISBN/ASIN: 0217863396
Number of pages: 226

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The object of this book is to present to chemists, petrologists, mining engineers and others who have not made a particular study of quantitative analysis, a selection of methods for the chemical analysis of silicate rocks, and especially those of igneous origin.

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