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Published by North Carolina Geological and economic survey in [Chapel Hill] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • North Carolina.,
  • Tennessee.

Subjects:

  • Iron ores -- North Carolina.,
  • Iron ores -- Tennessee.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statement by W. S. Bayley ...
ContributionsTennessee. Division of Geology.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTN403.T4 B3
The Physical Object
Pagination252 p.
Number of Pages252
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL252548M
LC Control Numbergs 24000185
OCLC/WorldCa1892634

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THE BROWN IRON ORES OF WEST-MIDDLE TENNESSEE By ERNEST F. BURCHARD INTRODUCTION A study of the brown iron ore deposits of west-middle Tennessee has been carried on recently under a cooperative agreement between the Tennessee State Geological Survey and the United States Geo­ logical : E.F. Burchard. Page - on the south side of Big Ivy creek, 3 miles above its mouth. It is on the northern slope of a hill, the summit of which is some feet above the level of Big Ivy creek. Two principal openings expose the ore bed in place, besides which there are a number of smaller pits scattered over the hillside‎. RI 19 / Maher, S. W. / THE BROWN IRON ORES OF EAST TENNESSEE, Nashville, , pb, 63 pages, 1 figure, 2 tables, used, $ 16 RI 23 / Hardeman, W. D. / PAPERS ON THE STRATIGRAPHY AND MINE GEOLOGY OF THE KINGSPORT AND MASCOT FORMATIONS (LOWER ORDOVICIAN) OF EAST TENNESSEE, Nashville, , pb, 90 pages, 26 figs. (4 in pocket); used, $ Magnetic iron ores of East Tennessee and western North Carolina, Prepared by North Carolina Geological and economic survey and the Tennessee Geological survey in cooperation with the U. S. Geological survey. Also issued as: Tennessee. Division of Geology. Bulletin Also available.

Iron isn't the only element that displays , cobalt, gadolinium, terbium, and dysprosium are also ferromagnetic. As with iron, the magnetic properties of these elements depends on their crystal structure and whether the metal is below its Curie point. α-iron, cobalt, and nickel are ferromagnetic, while γ-iron, manganese, and chromium are antiferromagnetic. Iron ores are rocks and minerals from which metallic iron can be economically extracted. The ores are usually rich in iron oxides and vary in color from dark grey, bright yellow, or deep purple to rusty red. The iron is usually found in the form of magnetite (Fe 3 O 4, % Fe), hematite (Fe 2 O 3, % Fe), goethite (FeO(OH), % Fe), limonite (FeO(OH)n(H 2 O), 55% Fe) or siderite (FeCO. Preliminary report on the magnetic ores of western North Carolina and eastern Tennessee by S. S. Goldich and H. Wedmow, Jr., , U.S. Geological Survey, 55 p. Final report on project magnetic exploration, Cranberry Mine, Avery County, North Carolina Phone: () Magnetic Iron Ores of East Tennessee and Western North Carolina. By W. S. BAYLEY. The North Carolina Geological and Eco-nomic Survey, Bulletin No. 32, and the Tennessee Geological Survey, Bulletin No. 29, Pp. , pls. 23, and text figs. Both titaniferous and non-titaniferous iron ores occur as lenses and.

Interest in the iron ore of the Western Highland Rim dates back to the s and even earlier in the eastern mountains. The commercially valuable iron ores were located in the valleys and mountains of East Tennessee and in Middle Tennessee and were processed in facilities that supplied mostly local and regional markets. Full text of "Geology and geomorphology of the Southern Central Blue Ridge: An indexed bibliography" See other formats. pig iron and castings When the Congress convened, there were JW. S. Bagley, Magnetic Iron Oree of East Tennessee and Western North Carolina, N. C. Geological and Economic Survey, Bulletin, No. 32 (Raleigh, ), Ch. iii. 3 W. S. Bagley, Deposits of Brown Iron Ores (Brown Hematites) in Western North. The specimen below (BCGM ) is a typical green beryl crystal in a matrix of smoky quartz from Alexander County, North Carolina. Garnet (iron aluminum silicate): Almandine variety garnets are the most common in the Upstate of South Carolina. Almandine crystals are typically dodecahedral or trapezohedral and are red in color.