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INDIUM PARTITIONING BETWEEN FERROMAGNESIAN PHASES AND FELSIC MELTS: SIGNIFICANCE FOR ORE FORMATION AND EXPLORATION
Indium demand has increased due to the production of cell phone screens, solar cells, alloys, and LED displays. This suggests a need for increased exploration, which can aide in constraining where in space and time ...
THE GEOCHEMICAL BEHAVIOR OF SCANDIUM DURING FRACTIONAL CRYSTALLIZATION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR ORE FORMATION
Demand for scandium is increasing due to the use of scandium-aluminum alloys in the aerospace and sporting goods industries, and in solid-oxide fuel cells. Scandium deposits are associated with mafic intrusions and laterites, ...