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3. R. Boynton, Canister cryogenic system for cooling germanium semi-conductor detectors in borehole and marine probes. Nucl. Instrum. Methods (23: 599 (1975)). 4. S. Watt, Nuclear techniques for on-line measurement in the control of mineral processing. , Vienna (1977). ANALYSIS OF MAGNESIUM BRINES BY ENERGY DISPERSIVE XRF John F. Reilly and Debbie J. Langenfeld NL Industries, Inc. Salt Lake City, Utah 84116 INTRODUCTION The analysis of magnesium brines can be performed by atomic absorption and classical wet chemical techniques.
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Nucl. Instrum. Methods (23: 599 (1975)). 4. S. Watt, Nuclear techniques for on-line measurement in the control of mineral processing. , Vienna (1977). ANALYSIS OF MAGNESIUM BRINES BY ENERGY DISPERSIVE XRF John F. Reilly and Debbie J. Langenfeld NL Industries, Inc. Salt Lake City, Utah 84116 INTRODUCTION The analysis of magnesium brines can be performed by atomic absorption and classical wet chemical techniques. These methods are subject to dilution errors and are time consuming. This paper describes a method using energy dispersive x-ray fluorescence to determine magnesium, sulfur, chlorine, potassium and calcium in concentrated magnesium brines.