The fathers of spectroscopy, a series, James Clerk Maxwell

The fathers of spectroscopy, a series: James Clerk Maxwell

July 5, 2023

Last post we covered the foundation for which spectroscopy was built, the work of Sir William Herschel, who discovered the infrared through his experiments. Continuing our journey, James Clerk Maxwell was a Scottish mathematician and scientist responsible for the classical…

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Orientation Survey: pXRF

January 25, 2023

pXRF has many applications both within and outside of mining and mineral exploration. In no industry has a vendor ever told a client to take the pXRF, point, shoot, and voilà – you now have a robust dataset that is…

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Stages of a Geochemistry Program

January: A Month of Orientation Surveys

January 4, 2023

Orientation survey. Of course you *should* know what this term means… you think to yourself… Stop googling for half baked answers and stay tuned this January to our blog, where we are going to break down this term and show…

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Where’s Your Champion At?

March 22, 2022

Geologists are busy – at site the number one priority is ensuring cohesion and completing the daily / weekly / monthly(?) task list. The introduction of new technologies and even the interpretation of relatively standard programs, such as 48-element geochemistry…

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