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October 8, 2020 3:32 pmpts 30 pts
I99 x.4. Calculate FeO (T) and Fe,O.(T) for a rock having 9.15% FeO and 3.47 % Fe,O ns. lo calculate FeO (T), keep the FeO wt.% as it is, convert the Fe,O, wt.% into FeO wt.%, and then add the two. i.e., FeO (T) = 9.15 + (3.47 x 0.8998) = 12.27 wt.%. To calculate Fe,O, (T), keep the Fe,O, wt.% as is, convert the FeO wt.% into Fe,O, wt.%, and then add the two. i.e., Fe,O, (T) = 3.47 + (9.15 x 1.1113) = 13.63 wt.%. Thus, FeO (T) and Fe,O, (T) for the same rock have different values. Also, both values are different from the simple sum of FeO% and Fe,O,%, which is 12.62 wt.9%. nhaca nile the maximum number of phases in a 2 (two) component geological system
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  • Rahul pandey thankyou
    To calculate FeO(T), keep the FeO wt.% as is, convert the Fe2O3 wt.% into FeO wt.%, and then add the two. Normalised molecular wt of Fe2O3 on one Fe-atom basis = Mol wt of Fe2O3 /...
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  • Sajan sarthak sahoo thankyou
    see the attached file dear.
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