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Nepheline syenite deposits of Southern Ontario.

Donald F. Hewitt

Nepheline syenite deposits of Southern Ontario.

by Donald F. Hewitt

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Published by Queen"s Printer in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nepheline syenite -- Ontario, Southern,
  • Geology -- Ontario, Southern

  • Edition Notes

    Seven fold. maps in pocket. Bibliographical footnotes.

    Statementwith contributions by H.S. Armstron and C.E. Tilley.
    SeriesOntario. Dept. of Mines. [Report] v. 69, pt. 8, 1960
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 194 p. illus., maps. ;
    Number of Pages194
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19486375M

    NEPHELINE SYENITE AND IRON ORE DEPOSITS IN GREENLAND Even though the nepheline syenite deposits of the Julianehaab district are much smaller than the Russian. deposits of the Kol’ski Poluostrov application of nepheline syenite . View detailed Import data, price, monthly trends, major importing countries, major ports of nepheline syenite under HS Code

    Nepheline syenite ore is an essential constituent in ceramics and glass raw material meals, as a flux and as a source of alumina. The natural nepheline syenite rocks contain some undesired minerals, which are usually eliminated or reduced to the allowable limits by beneficiation. The present paper is concerned with characterization and beneficiation of an Egyptian nepheline Author: Abdel-Zaher M. Abouzeid, Abdel-Tawab A. Negm. Nepheline in C anada: There is a large deposit of Nepheline Syenite in Canada close to Havelock, Ontario. This deposit encompasses 3, acres of land and is actively mined by the company Unimin Canada Limited. This company is Canada sole Nepheline provider.

    Nepheline Syenite is an anhydrous sodium potassium alumino silicate. Although feldspar-like in its chemistry, mineralogically it is an igneous rock combination of nepheline, microcline, albite and minor minerals like mica, hornblende and magnetite. It is found in .   Properties and Uses The United States is the world¿s third largest producer of feldspar, after Italy and Turkey, with about , metric tons/year, which is % of worldwide production.2 The sole North American source of nepheline syenite is Canada, with more than half of the estimated world annual commercial production of million metric tons.3 Roughly half .


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Nepheline syenite deposits of Southern Ontario by Donald F. Hewitt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nepheline syenite, medium- to coarse-grained intrusive igneous rock, a member of the alkali-syenite group (see syenite) that consists largely of feldspar and nepheline.

It is always considerably poorer in silica and richer in alkalies than granite. The extraordinarily varied mineralogy of the. Reference Location: Southeastern Ontario. Book - NMI FILE #31D/16 NPS 4. Publication Number: N/A Date: Book - Nepheline Syenite Deposits of Southern Ontario, p.

36, Publication Number: ARV Date: Author: D.F. Hewitt. Publisher Name: ODM. Reference Location: Southeastern Ontario. Report an Error. 3M™ Industrial Grade nepheline syenite is a versatile mineral used in a variety of industries, primarily as a silica-free fluxing agent in ceramics and glass manufacturing.

It lowers the overall melting point of the clay body while maintaining structural porcelain integrity to the highest moisture resistance standards. Nepheline crystals are rare and belong to the hexagonal system, usually having the form of a short, six-sided prism terminated by the basal unsymmetrical etched figures produced artificially on the prism faces indicate, however, that the crystals are hemimorphic and tetartohedral, the only element of symmetry being a polar hexad ry: Tectosilicate, feldspathoid.

Trip Date: Summer Nepheline Syenite Along the York River, Dungannon Township, Ontario, Canada Over the past several Nepheline syenite deposits of Southern Ontario. book, my son, Adam, and I have traveled to the wilds of one of the finest rock collecting areas on planet Earth.

Nepheline Syenite is processed to a top size of approximately microns. Logistics limitations, international restrictions and minimum order quantities may apply for select products.

Request information Arrow. Global Innovation. Mineral extraction is in our DNA. At 3M, we apply science in collaborative ways to improve products and. SAFETY DATA SHEET SDS No: U-GHS u-nepheline Page 1 of 6 Date Prepared: April SECTION 1: PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION. Product Identifier.

Product Name: Nepheline Syenite – various grades. Synonyms: Anhydrous sodium potassium alumino silicate, Inorganic feldspathic mineral. S.K. Haldar, in Platinum-Nickel-Chromium Deposits, Coldwell Complex. The Coldwell Complex is a large subcircular gabbro– syenite intrusion, located on the north shore of Lake Superior in northwestern Ontario.

The complex has a km diameter covering ∼ sq. km surface area. The Marathon PGE–Cu–Ni deposit is part of the large magmatic system of. Mineral Deposit Inventory for Ontario. Ministry of Energy, Northern Development and Mines. Permanent Link to this Record: MDI31F05SE Deposit: MDI31F05SE Book - Nepheline syenite deposits of southern Ontario, p.

Publication Number: AR69 pt8 Date: Author: D.F. Hewitt. Europe is the largest market for feldspar and nepheline syenite followed by Asia Pacific and North America.

Italy, Spain, United Kingdom, Germany, and France are the major consumers of feldspar and nepheline syenite in research report analyzes this market on the basis of its market segments, major geographies, and current market trends. Nepheline syenite is a quartz-free aluminium silicate consisting primarily of the minerals nepheline, microcline and albite.

Because of its extremely low melting point and high alumina content, nepheline syenite is used as a glass phase promoter, a ceramic flux and also as a functional filler in paint, plastics & more. The Goulding–Keene nepheline pegmatite near Bancroft, Ontario.

Guide Book, Geology of parts of eastern Ontario and western Quebec. Nepheline syenite deposits of southern On-tario. A speculative working-hypothesis is offered to account for the genesis of the well-known nepheline- and corundum-bearing gneisses of southeastern Ontario.

Field evidence appears to indicate that most of the nepheline and corundum rocks of this area were derived from pre-existing dark gneisses of the Grenville series, by reaction with Cited by: Nepheline Syenite.

Nepheline syenite is a white to light grey medium-grained igneous rock. It consists mostly of soda feldspar, nepheline and potash feldspar, accessory magnesium and iron-rich minerals.

The Canadian nepheline syenite industry began in when claims were staked on Blue Mountain near Peterborough, Ontario, where it is still.

Mountain and Nephton nepheline syenite deposits in Ontario. These deposits are within a Precambrian nepheline intrusion about 9 km long and up to km wide. Nepheline syenite in Norway comes from Stjernøy Island, km north of the Arctic Circle, where the syenite occurs in dykes and stocks.

There is evidenceFile Size: KB. A foid-syenite where nepheline is the most abundant foid. A plutonic rock composed essentially of alkali feldspar and nepheline.

It may contain an alkali. Typical processing flow sheet of a nepheline syenite production plant In Russia, nepheline syenite is used to produce aluminum. Where Al 2 O 3 in nepheline syenite is more than 20%, Na 2 O and K 2 O are less than 10% and SiO 2 does not exceed 55%, nepheline syenite can be processed by sintering to produce alumina, Portland cement and other.

Nepheline Crystallography: Axial Ratios: a:c = Cell Dimensions: a =c =Z = 8; V = Den(Calc)= Crystal System. The nepheline-bearing gneisses of the Wolfe Belt in Lyndoch Township, Ontario, have been subjected to textural, fabric, and paragenetic analysis. Co., Ltd., and American Nepheline Co. of Canada, Ltd.

Messrs. Albert Bentley and William Robbins of Bancroft, Ontario, and Mr. Henry Drevniok of Combermere, Ontario, gave valuable assistance in the field. Many stimulating discussions concerning the genesis of nepheline and corundum rocks were held with others who have worked in the sameFile Size: 1MB.

Abstract. Nepheline natrolite syenites of Center 2 of the Coldwell alkaline complex exhibit rare wispy mafic-rich modal layering, extensive xenolith-rich zones and a wide variety of textural types, the latter resulting from the imposition of high temperature shearing and recrystallization on consolidated by: In addition to the USSR, nepheline-syenite deposits are also found in the vicinity of Oslo, Norway, and in southern Greenland, in Canada, in southern Africa, and on Madagascar.

Nepheline syenites occur in association with apatites (Kola Peninsula), graphite (Saian Mountains), cryolite (Greenland), and a number of rare elements.About million years ago, there was a period of mountain building which affected all of eastern Ontario.

The igneous and sedimentary rocks of the area were highly folded, compressed and metamorphosed. They were intruded by magmatic rocks ranging in composition from gabbro and granite to syenite and Nepheline syenite.