Report on the Kelley, Reed and Stimson iron and copper banks of Phelps County, Missouri
"PRELIMINARY STATEMENT with reference to the formation of limonite and hematite, the principal iron ores of the Ozark District. Iron and copper in solution as sulphides, coming in contact with lime or magnesium carbonates, will be precipitated as pyrite or marcasite and chalcopyrite. Hence the origin of this class or ores. These will in time oxidize to magnetite or hematite, and these in turn will form limonite, and the copper sulphide, or chalcopyrite, is oxidized to the carbonates, malachite and azurite"--page 1.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
B.S. in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
ii, 15 pages
Phelps County (Mo.)
© 1902 A. H. Fay and C. E. Martinez, All rights reserved.
Thesis - Open Access
Copper ores -- Missouri -- Phelps County
Iron ores -- Missouri -- Phelps County
Mines and mineral resources -- Missouri -- Phelps County
Ore deposits -- Missouri -- Phelps County
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Fay, Albert Hill and Martinez, Carlos E., "Report on the Reed, Stimson and Kelley copper and iron banks of Phelps County, Mo." (1902). Bachelors Theses. 223.