Submicron-scale mineralogy of lithotypes and the implications for trace element associations [electronic resource] : Blue Gem coal, Knox County, Kentucky

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Ngôn ngữ: eng

Ký hiệu phân loại: 333.7 Land, recreational and wilderness areas, energy

Thông tin xuất bản: Richland, Wash. : Oak Ridge, Tenn. : Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (U.S.) ; Distributed by the Office of Scientific and Technical Information, U.S. Dept. of Energy, 2018

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 Transmission electron microscopy accompanied by energy-dispersive spectroscopy and selected area electron diffraction of density-gradient separates from two lithotypes of the low-ash, low-sulfur Blue Gem coal, eastern Kentucky, revealed an array of previously unrecognized (in this coal, and arguable in most others) sub-micron minerals, some <
 10 nm in size. The first sample representing the 1.22?1.24 specific gravity fraction of the middle bench contains a mineral identified as a La-, Ce-, Nd-bearing monazite
  other minerals with CrFe, CuFeS, FeZn-S, and Pb
  and areas, probably comprising agglomerates of several grains, if not several minerals, with concentrations of Mg, Ca, Ti, Fe, Zn, Zr, and Mo. The second sample representing the 1.30?1.31 specific gravity fraction of the basal lithotype has aggregates of particles enriched in Mg, Ca, Ti, and Fe. Individual grains not specifically quantified include CrNiMnCuFeS, AgS, and CuS. Detailed investigation of one area (most of the variation within a <
 4 ?m<
  region) demonstrates the presence of greenockite (CdS)
  minute phases containing NiCoGe and AgCdBi, the latter with a more evident S association than the former
  metallic Bi
  nisnite (Ni<
  silver cadmium
  manganosite (MnO)
  and siderite. Some minerals, such as the monazite, are most likely of detrital or tuffaceous origin. Many of the other assemblages could be of hydrothermal origin, a hypothesis supported by known regional geochemical and coal rank trends, but not previously demonstrated in mineral assemblages at the 10's of nm scale in this region.
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