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Metal Organic and Inorganic Affinities in Strippable Fort Union Formation Coal. Volume 2.
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The methodology for describing the geochemistry of elements in a coal seam was developed and has been applied to the Rosebud Coal Seam, an economically important member of the subbituminous coals of the Fort Union Formation in eastern Montana. The method development involved a detailed study of two popular techniques for determining the metal geochemistry of coal, namely, whole coal analyses and coal physical fractionation. Volume 2 of this two-volume report contains maps and tables associated with the study.
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Mt College of Min.
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