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EEO. 2021; 20(3): 3952-3956

X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis Of Bauxite Ore In Central Part Of India

Akash Behera, Smruti Ranjan Sahu, Dharampal Singh Kandari, Kishan Singh Rawat, Ms Sulekha Varma.


Mineralogical assessment is a bigwig tool for both mining and industrial process. XRF method is used to identify the chemical composition of minerals. This technique is very fast, gives very high accuracy, require minimum sample preparations and also non-destructive. Samples are collected from three different parts of Mainpat plateau of surguja province. The elements that analyzed the XRF technique and there detection level mainly depends on spectrometer system used. The precision and reproducibility of XRF analysis is very high.

Key words: XRF (X-Ray fluorescence), Bauxite, Laterite, Major oxide.

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