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Uranium and thorium-bearing minerals in placer deposits in Idaho
J. Hoover Mackin
|Statement||by J. Hoover Mackin and Dwight L. Schmidt.|
|Series||Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology Mineral resources report -- no. 7|
|Contributions||Schmidt, Dwight Lyman, 1926-|
|LC Classifications||TN24.I2 A44 no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||9 l. :|
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Get this from a library. Uranium and thorium-bearing minerals in placer deposits in Idaho. [J Hoover Mackin; Dwight Lyman Schmidt]. The glossary is divided into three sections: A, minerals that contain uranium or thorium as major constituents; B, minerals that contain minor amounts of uranium or thorium; and C, minerals that probably do not contain uranium or thorium, but which have been reported to contain impurities or intergrowths of uranium or thorium by: Abstract.
The thorium mineralization in the Lemhi Pass area of southeastern Lemhi County, Idaho, is directed along simple to complex shear and fracture zones, and reopened copper and gold-quantz veins and lodes, in impure quartzitic and phyllitic rocks of. This report is a review of published data bearing on the geology and origin of uranium deposits in granitic, pegmatitic and migmatitic rocks with the aim of assisting in the development of predictive criteria for the search for similar deposits in the U.S.
Efforts were concentrated on the so-called ''porphyry'' uranium deposits. Thorium is a naturally occurring, slightly radioactive element. It is widely distributed in nature with an average concentration of ppm Th in the upper earth’s crust. In general, thorium occurs in relatively small number in Th-enriched minerals: thorite, thorianite, monazite, bastnaesite, and thorogummite.
However, the main world resources of thorium are coupled with monazite and Cited by: 1. Uranium and thorium-bearing minerals in placer deposits in Idaho / (Moscow, ), Uranium and thorium deposits in east-central Idaho and southwestern Montana /, U.S.
Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO: For Sale by Book and Open-File Report Sales, ), by David A.
Seeland and Geological Survey. Resistant and dense thorium-bearing minerals, chiefly the mineral monazite, occur in the black sand heavy-mineral concentrations of some stream and beach deposits. Geology and Mining History of Idaho I - Federal Publications. Home Page P. / URANIUM-BEARING MINERALS IN PLACER DEPOSITS OF THE RED RIVER VALLEY, IDAHO COUNTY, IDAHO,pb, pages 25 - 36, 1 plate (in pocket), 1 figure, 3 tables, $ 5 W.
and Cavender, W. / GEOLOGY AND THORIUM-BEARING DEPOSITS OF THE LEMHI PASS AREA. however, that small quantities of uranium may be recovered from these deposits as byproducts of mining for other pegmatite minerals. In connection with the search for uranium, several new deposits of thorium have been found in Colorado.
In the Geological Survey investigated thorium-bearing veins in a large area of granitic rocks in the Wet Cited by: 4.
Thorium: Geology, Occurrence, Deposits and Resources. Resistant and dense thorium-bearing minerals, chiefly the mineral monazite, occur in the black sand heavy-mineral concentrations of some. As part of the Survey's wartime emphasis on sources of strategic minerals, Mackin studied quicksilver deposits near Morton, Washington, and placer deposits containing radioactive minerals in Idaho.
His major effort, however, which continued after the end of World War II, was on the iron deposits of the Iron Springs district of Utah.
Mackin JH, Schmidt DL () Uranium-and thorium-bearing minerals in placer deposits in Idaho. In: Page LR, Stocking HE, Smith HB (eds) Contributions to the geology of uranium and thorium by the USGS and AEC for the UN International Conference on Peaceful Uses of Atomic by: 9.
The glossary is divided into three sections: A, minerals that contain uranium or thorium as a major constituent; B, minerals that contain minor amounts of uranium and thorium; and C, minerals that probably do not contain uranium or thorium, but which have been reported to contain impurities or intergrowths of uranium or thorium minerals.
Introduction. Interest in using thorium as a nuclear fuel remerged during the first part of the 21st century.
Thorium-based nuclear power has yet to be fully commercialized despite numerous projects and pilot test reactors designed to evaluate thorium as a viable reactor by: 2.
Placer-Type Rare Earth Element Deposits Author(s) The primary source of the resistant REE-thorium-bearing minerals in the Idaho placers is thought to be the Idaho batholith, Uranium and thorium-bearing minerals in placer deposits in Idaho. b / granger, h. c., et. / contributions to the geology of uranium, - a - reconnaissance study of uranium deposits of arizona; b - uranium in some rocks of pennsylvanian age in oklahoma, kansas and missouri; c - clay minerals in triassic rocks of the colorado plateau; d - geology and uranium deposits of the southern part of.
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Deposits enriched in uranium relative to thorium appear as strong positive eU/eTh ratio anomalies, with low K. An example is illustrated in profile and map forms in Figure 5. Other deposits, where both uranium and thorium bearing minerals may occur, produce no eU/eTh ratio anomaly and may have abundant K as shown in Figure 6.
The isotope Th occurs in trace quantities in thorium ores that are mixtures of uranium and thorium. U is a decay product of U and it decays into Th that becomes mixed with the naturally abundant Th It occurs in secular equilibrium in the decay chain of natural uranium at a concentration of 17 : Magdi Ragheb.
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Native gold deposits, uranium, thorium, zirconium, and mineral ores for REMs are examples of placer ore deposits that occur in the United States. More REE mineral ores have been discovered associated with placer deposits in the United States than any other deposit type (see Table and Appendix B).
Full text of "Systematic mineralogy of uranium and thorium" See other formats. By-product and twice by-product recovery costs were estimated for six placer deposits. As shown in Table 2, costs for twice by-product recovery in these six placer deposits ranged from $8 to $19/kg.
If however, thorium justifies recovery as a once by-product, all of the joint rare earth and thorium refining costs should be allocated to by: 7. The use of thorium as a new primary energy source has been a tantalizing prospect for many years. Extracting its latent energy value in a cost-effective manner remains a challenge, and will require considerable R&D investment.
This is occurring pr. Samarskite group minerals are ordered A 3+ C 5+ O 4 minerals. The difference between the species of the group lies in the occupancy of the A-site. Important note: Britvin et al. (, in press) show, that iron is an essential constituent of samarskite-(Y) - a feature most likely concerning other group members, and thus interpolated from samarskite-(Y) to the general.
The nature of hydrocarbons and related fluids in the Witwatersrand Basin, South Africa: Their role in metal redistribution nodular stringers ranging in diameter from to mm commonly occur in peraluminous granitoids that contain primary uranium-thorium–bearing.
Such rocks would be expected to occur along the edge of an ancient continent. The principal mineral deposits found in these rocks include uranium- and thorium-bearing conglomerates that locally contain some gold and diamond, gold-bearing quartz veins, copper-bearing quartzite, and modern gold : The Gem Hunter.
Idaho—Placer Deposits Monazite is a REE- and thorium-bearing phosphate min-eral [(Ce,La,Y,Th)PO. 4 Rare earth elements, thorium, and uranium content of minerals found in rare earth elements deposits.—Continued [-- not available; REO, rare earth elements oxides.
Minerals in bold have historically been processed to recover rare earth File Size: 4MB. The most common source of thorium is the rare earth phosphate mineral, monazite, which contains up to about 12% thorium phosphate, but % on average. Monazite is found in igneous and other rocks but the richest concentrations are in placer deposits, concentrated by wave and current action with other heavy minerals.
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Rare earth elements, thorium, and uranium content of minerals found in rare earth elements deposits.—Continued [-- not available; REO, rare earth elements oxides. Minerals in bold have historically been processed to recover rare earth elements.
Interest in thorium as a more Placer deposits of monazite are known to occur in Australia, Brazil, India, Malaysia, Nigeria, Sri Lanka and the US.
Lesser quantities of environmentally friendly thorium-bearing monazite reserves occur in vein deposits alternative feedstock to uranium and. Radioactive blacks The primary uranium minerals, other than pitchblende and uraninite, occur principally in pegmatites and granitic rocks, and in placer deposits.
Because all these minerals are dark brown to black in color, and because several of them are commonly found toqether in placer deposits, they are collectively known as "radioactive. Let's get the thread that I promised, started with a short video: LFTRs in 5 minutes - Thorium Reactors Ross Clements Published on.
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Table 7 summarizes the decay heat of selected plutonium and uranium isotopes in uranium and thorium fuel cycle respectively. The radiological impact of thorium fuel cycle is shown in 43 Fig.
14 . In UOX, the residual heat is due to transuranium radionucleides, in particular the Pu isotopes. The residual heat of Th/Pu MOX is 30% lower than Th. The originating Section of this publication in the IAEA was: Nuclear Fuel Cycle and Materials Section International Atomic Energy Agency Wagramer Strasse 5 P.O.
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Cooper, Margaret,Bibliography and index of literature on uranium and thorium and radioactive occurrences in the United States.Several unusual minerals were diagnose by d optical means alone but, i vien owf th pooe r optical an chemicad l data availabl fo somr e e uranium- and thorium-bearing mineral ansd the various rare earth compounds all informatio, n possible on th chemicae l composition of purse minerals, especiall thy thoritese wa, soughs t toFile Size: 7MB.