The Hydrothermal Geochemistry of copper chloride speicies from 20-300 degrees celsius

Jay Black, Joel Brugger, D C Mcphail, Leone Spiccia

Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstractOther

Original languageEnglish
Pages61 - 61
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 1999
Event13th VUESC - Univ of Melbourne, Sydney NSW Australia
Duration: 1 Sep 19991 Sep 1999

Conference

Conference13th VUESC
CitySydney NSW Australia
Period1/09/991/09/99

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Black, J., Brugger, J., Mcphail, D. C., & Spiccia, L. (1999). The Hydrothermal Geochemistry of copper chloride speicies from 20-300 degrees celsius. 61 - 61. Abstract from 13th VUESC, Sydney NSW Australia, .
Black, Jay ; Brugger, Joel ; Mcphail, D C ; Spiccia, Leone. / The Hydrothermal Geochemistry of copper chloride speicies from 20-300 degrees celsius. Abstract from 13th VUESC, Sydney NSW Australia, .1 p.
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The Hydrothermal Geochemistry of copper chloride speicies from 20-300 degrees celsius. / Black, Jay; Brugger, Joel; Mcphail, D C; Spiccia, Leone.

1999. 61 - 61 Abstract from 13th VUESC, Sydney NSW Australia, .

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Black J, Brugger J, Mcphail DC, Spiccia L. The Hydrothermal Geochemistry of copper chloride speicies from 20-300 degrees celsius. 1999. Abstract from 13th VUESC, Sydney NSW Australia, .