Beryl preferential stain process

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A quick, simple method for determining the amount of beryl in a mineral sample. The samples are placed in a hot solution of sodium hydroxide, which etches the beryl grains in the sample; they then are stained an intense blue with another reagent to enable counting under a microscope.

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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