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New Insights into Gold Mineralization at the Yellowknife City Gold Project, Northwest Territories from Synchrotron micro-XRF and PXRD

  • Ramjay J. Botor (a1), Hannah Cavallin (a1) (a2), Trevor J. Flynn (a1), Lisa L. Van Loon (a1) (a3), Alan Sexton (a4) and Neil R. Banerjee (a1)...
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*Corresponding author: neil.banerjee@uwo.ca

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[11]Research described in this paper was performed at the Canadian Light Source, which is supported by the CFI, NSERC, the Univ. of Saskatchewan, the Government of Saskatchewan, Western Economic Diversification Canada, the NRC, and the CIHR. The authors acknowledge funding from NSERC and TerraX Minerals, Inc. We thank D. Muir, M. Fodje, &S. Labiuk for their support in conducting the experiments.

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