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In the mining industry, one of the great challenges is knowing where to dig. An area must be mapped for element(s) of interest. This is typically accomplished by drilling exploratory holes in a specific pattern, with the ore being qualitatively collected from each drill hole and analyzed for the desired elements. As a result, many samples are generated which must be analyzed to determine the viability of digging. This work discusses the analysis of copper ore samples from various drill patterns to meet these requirements.
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Maximize sample integrity with the ENC-560 Anti-Contamination Enclosure, for the ASX-560 Four-Rack Autosampler (N0782035), and promote safety in the lab without compromising convenience.
The ASX-1600 Homogenizing Autosampler is designed for oil sample analysis for wear metals that contain particulate matter which settles prior to analysis. Sample rack not included.
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