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UAE Geological Laboratory needed for testing major and trace elements as listed in the table below in rock samples that are mainly carbonatized and serpentinized (altered) rocks. the samples are already ground and in a powder form now. Major and trace elements analyses Wt% Si02 TiO2 Al2Oi Fe203 MnO MgO CaO Na20 K20 P2O5 H20 C02 Total Traceelements (ppm) Cl S Cr Ni Sr Ba Pb Zr Zn Y Nd La Ce Trace elements (ppb) Nb Pr Sm Eu Gd Tb Dy Ho Er Tm Yb Lu Hf Ta Au Th U
Geological Laboratory needed to test silica samples and help identify the upgrading process for those samples-need to identify the quality of the mineral and the tails and the percentages thereof - Please provide a full interpretive report detailing basic process descriptions, measurement and evaluation criteria, observations, sample analysis results, conclusions and recommendations.
Asia Geochemical Laboratory needed for testing the following:
a)X-Ray Radiograph of core section
b)Multi Sensor Core Logging
c)Core splitting longitudinally and visual core logging
d)Photograph of split core
e)X-ray diffraction mineralogy analysis
f)Radiometric 14C dating
g)Accelerator Mass Spectrometer 14C dating
h)Oxygen isotope analysis of foraminfera shells (18O to 16O ratio)for dating
b)Sulphate reducing bacteria content
c)Salinity of pore fluid
USA/India Geological Laboratory needed for total heavy metal testing for soil developed from serpentine rocks.
1 -total analysis- all heavy metals
2 - available form ( DTPA)
3 - associated with organic form
4 - associated with carbonate
5 - associated with free oxides
6 residual ( silicate minerals)
Minnesota ASTM Physical Laboratory needed for the following: Screen the air-dried bulk samples through a 6.3-mm (0.25-in.) screen in accordance with ASTM Test Method E 276. Crush any oversize material so that 100 % passes the screen.
For particles finer than 15.2 cm (6 in.), the generation of excessive fines can be limited
by stage crushing the oversize material in three steps: (1) large jaw crusher set at 1.92 cm,
(2) small jaw crusher set at 0.95 cm, and (3) roll crusher set at 0.64 cm. After each of the
first two crushing steps, the -0.64 cm fraction is collected and the oversize is passed to
the next crushing phase.
Recent laboratory-weathering studies of run-of mine waste rock from metal mines
demonstrate that crushing a bulk sample so it passes a 6.3-mm (0.25-in.) screen may
change the character of the sample by artificially increasing liberation and consequent
surface areas of acid-producing and acid-consuming minerals contained in the + 6.3-mm
A suggestion for avoiding this problem is to segregate the − 6.3-mm (0.25-in.) fraction by
screening rather than crushing.
Currently we'd need 2 samples. More samples in the future.
Non-Destructive Laboratory needed for analyzing historical objects to determine if they were made from meteorites and compare them without damaging them, or removing samples. For decades, historians have debated the origin of iron used in prehistoric times by Natives of the Northwest Coast of North America to make tools and weapons.Many iron tools, especially knives or daggers are now in museum collections or owned by Natives. The objects are now heirlooms or "cultural treasures." Some are said to have been made from meteorites. If the element contents and proportions could be determined it would open a new door to historical research.
SW Arizona Geotechnical Laboratory required for testing:
*unconfined compression-rock ASTM D 2938
*unconsolidated-undrained triaxial compression ASTM D 2850
*point load strength index of rock ASTM D5731
*one dimensional swell or settlement potential of cohesive soils ASTM D4546-method B
GMP Compliant lab to perform the following: Full Monograph Testing (individual and total) for the following items:·,Magnesium Stearate·,Maltodextin·,Polyethylene Glycol·,Silicon Dioxide,·Stearic Acid·,Croscarmellose Sodium,,Dibasic Calcium Phosphate·,Lactose Monohydrate·, Specific Rotation for Ephedrine HCl·,Diphenhydramine HCl Organic Nitrogenous Bases for a pharmaceutical company
assess the androgenic activity, in a quantitative fashion, of a single steriod with the trivial name tetrahydrogestrinone(THG) in a pilot scale study. Either an aquatic organism model or rodent model would appear adequate to provide the information desired but other potential testing types will be considered such as in-vitro receptor binding studies. The study should compare the relative androgenicity of THG to a reference compound such as testosterone
Pharmaceutical Laboratory needed for Residual Moisture Content analysis (e.g. Karl-Fisher analysis ) on lyophilized cake. All excipients in the formulation safely handled under BL 1 conditions. Fast Turn Around Times a must. Laboratory should be in the contiguous United States.
Bioanalytical Laboratory needed for Vitamin detection on Fetal Bovine Serum. Following is a list of vitamins and detectable units:
Vitamin B-12 pg/mL
Folic Acid ng/mL
Vitamin B-6 ng/mL
Thiamin B-1 ng/mL
Vitamin H Biotin pg/mL
Riboflavin B2 ng/mL
Vitamin A Retinol ng/mL
Vitamin C ng/mL
Microbiology Laboratory needed for microbial analysis SB 3112. The test material consisted of only the bacterial spores at a count of 55 x 107 cfu/ml. The tests were run in compliance with the following protocols: 1 USEPA FIFRA;GLP Standards 40 CFR 160 2 USEPA TSCA 40 CFR 792 3 Org. Economic Coop. and Dev. Principles of GLP, Annex 2, C(97)186 4 Japan Ministry of Ag, Forestry & Fisheries, Notification No. 59 Noshan 3850, Director-General of Agricultural Prod. Bureau, 10 Aug 84
Preclinical toxicology laboratory needed for Cytotoxicity studies: MEM Elution Sample Amount: 120 cm2 or 4 grams Irritation: Intracutaneous Reactivity (ISO) (w/2 extracts) Sample Amount: 240 cm2 or 8 grams Sensitization: Magnusson-Kligman (w/2 extracts) Sample Amount 600 cm2 or 32 grams (6 samples minimum) Sensitization: Local Lymph Node Assay: Sample Amount 400 cm2 or 20 grams