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Uranium from the Chattanooga shale
Paul H. Mutschler
1976 by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English
|Other titles||Chattanooga shale.|
|Statement||by P. H. Mutschler, J. J. Hill, and B. B. Williams.|
|Series||Information circular - Bureau of Mines -- 8700|
|Contributions||Hill, James J. joint author., Williams, Bradford B. joint author., United States. Bureau of Mines|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
drill hole for uranium, yb the three lithologic units of the gassaway member of the chattanooga shale contain the most uranium, and the upper unit is the richest. the chattanooga shale is considered as a low-grade oil shale, but it was not tested for its oil content at this locality. The Chattanooga Shale Drill Hole Uranium Prospect is in Nashville-Davidson metropolitan government (balance), Tennessee. Preliminary development has taken place such as surface trenching, adits, shafts, drill holes, geophysics, geochemistry, or geological mapping. Enough data has been gathered to estimate grade and tonnage. Drill Hole For Uranium, Yb Occurrence in DeKalb county in Tennessee, United States with commodities Uranium, Oil Shale KEHN, T.M., , URANIUM IN THE CHATTANOOGA SHALE, YOUNGS BEND AREA, EASTERN HIGHLAND RIM, TENNESSEE: U.S. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY REPT. TEIA 60 P. Deposit. organic mudstones (because The uranium curve is scaled in ppm and reaches a maximum of about 43 ppm at the top of the Woodford Shale. () crossplotted measurements of uranium and TOC from core samples of the Chattanooga Shale (correlative with the Woodford Shale) and established a trend for prediction purposes.
Samples of the Chattanooga shale from 18 localities in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri have an average uranium content of or percent, with a range of less than percent to percent (Landis, , p. ).
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Uranium from the Chattanooga shale: some problems involved in development Paperback – January 1, by Paul H. Mutschler (Author)Author: Paul H. Mutschler.
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Some Problems Involved in Development by Mutschler, Paul H. Publication date The Chattanooga Shale of Tennessee as a Source of Uranium: Final Report One of 3, reports in the series: Atomic Energy Commission Reports available on this by: 1.
In northeastern Alabama, northwestern Georgia, and eastern Tennessee, the Chattanooga shale of Late Devonian age ranges in thickness from 0 to more than 40 feet. Most of the shale is of the Gassaway member, though the Dowell- town member Uranium from the Chattanooga shale book present in part of eastern Tennessee.
Beds of Dowelltown ageCited by: 5. Title: RECOVERY OF URANIUM FROM CHATTANOOGA SHALE A variety of methods for the recovery of uranium has been investigated. Hot countercurrent leaching and oxygen-pressure leaching have beenfound to be effec-tive, High-temperature chlorination, though not worked out, is another possible method of recovery.
Uranium in the Chattanooga shale, Youngs Bend area, eastern Highland Rim, Tennessee Trace Elements Investigations A By: Thomas M.
Kehn. extraction of uranium from Chattanooga shale to determine the most suitable method of performing these operations and to develop data for the design of a pilot plant. The investigation was successful in providing data that can be used for building a small pilot plant.
It also uncovered areas in which ad-Author: R. Wilson, R. Ewing, J. Hanway, W. Meeley, A. Bearse, R. Filbert, F. Stephens. Uranium analyses of the Chattanooga Shale samples were made in the Washing ton laboratory of the U.S.
Geological Survey by Carmen Hoy, Joseph Budinsky, B. McCall, J. Goode, J. Smith, and J. Uranium from the Chattanooga shale book by: The most promising source of uranium in Tennessee is the black, carbonaceous Chattanooga Shale, which contains from to percent disseminated uranium.
Thus, in uniformitarian thinking, shale particles take an inordinate amount of time to fall through a column of water and settle on the bottom, even when the water is completely calm. Some shales are black in color, loaded with organic Uranium from the Chattanooga shale book. The classic North American example of black shale is the Chattanooga Shale.
The book put forth an fairly interesting history of the use of Uranium. Discussion of the science behind using Uranium for weapons or energy was clear and mostly concise.
The Author spent too much time in my view talking about his Uranium from the Chattanooga shale book adventures to various parts of the world investigating the history of Uranium and its impact on the world/5.
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The figures presented in Table from the Red Book (OECD NEA & IAEA, ) are expected to evolve, and are clearly incomplete because large uranium resources associated with the Chattanooga (United States) and Ronneburg (Germany) black shales that, combined are estimated to contain a total of MtU, and those in Uzbekistan, are not by: 4.
The Chattanooga shale is recognized as a major world uranium province, with estimated reserves of 5, t of uranium, but there has been no commercial production. Internationally, uranium has been produced from organic-rich shale, in Sweden and Germany.
The Marcellus Shale has not been studied as a potential resource of uranium. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mutschler, Paul H. Uranium from the Chattanooga shale. Washington: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines: For sale. toward that part of a shale most likely to be a source bed for petroleum.
Uranium in the shale is derived from the adjoining land mass. Several excellent reports on the geol-ogyof the Chattanooga.
Recovery of uranium from Chattanooga shale; cost estimation of a solvent extraction plant, topical report., by U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. Division of Raw Materials (page images at HathiTrust) Recovery of uranium from Chattanooga shale: cost estimation of an ion exchange plant, topical report., by U.S.
Atomic Energy Commission. Division of. The Chattanooga Shale of Devonian to Mississippian age spreads over an area of s km 2 from southern Kentucky through central Tennessee into northern Alabama (Fig.I.1).
It is a flat-lying, massive, siliceous, pyritic marine black shale, on average about 10 m thick and located at a depth from 30 to m.
Geologic data and chemical analyses, mainly concerning a county area of Tennessee, were compiled from previous published and unpublished reports. Uranium resources in the gassaway member of the Chattanooga Shale in this county area were estimated to be between and million tons, contained in 76 to 91 billion tons of shale.
Stratigraphy and uranium content of the Chattanooga shale in northeastern Alabama, northwestern Georgia, and eastern Tennessee Bulletin E. The Chattanooga Shale, conse- creased interest in development of the Chattanooga quently, is seen as a potential multiple resource yielding Shale resource comes the increased probability of im- pacts to aquatic biota from both land- and water-related oil, uranium, and other valuable minerals as byproducts from a large-scale, mining-extraction Cited by: 4.
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books eBook - FREE. Contributions to the Geology of Uranium Uranium in the Chattanooga shale.
Uranium ore deposits are economically recoverable concentrations of uranium within the Earth's crust. Uranium is one of the more common elements in the Earth's crust, being 40 times more common than silver and times more common than gold. It can be found almost everywhere in rock, soil, rivers, and oceans.
CHATTANOOGA SHALE AREA E E 3 a a u uranium requires oxidation prior to dis solution. In the presence of pyrite, themechanism of solution appear to be: 2FeS2 +7/ H20 = Fe2(S04)3 + H2S04 U02 + Fe2(S04)3 = U02S04 + 2FeS04 4FeS04 +2H2S04 02 = 2Fe2.
One of the largest potential sources of low-grade uranium ore is the Chattanooga shale--a formation in Tennessee and neighboring states that has not been mined conventionally because it is expensive and environmentally disadvantageous to do so.
This report describes the lithology, mineralogy, and uranium-related chemistry of a uraniferous black shale deposit in Marion County. At the time of its discovery, the samples of Chattanooga shale from this site yielded the highest values of uranium for black shale in the United States.
Orientation study of the Chattanooga shale area, Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee: National Uranium Resource Evaluation Program: hydrogeochemical and stream sediment reconnaissance /, by Kenneth A. Sargent, National Uranium Resource Evaluation Program, Savannah River Laboratory, and United States.
Department of Energy. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Stratigraphy and uranium content of the Chattanooga shale in northeastern Alabama, northwestern Georgia and eastern Tennessee in SearchWorks catalogAuthor: Glover, Lynn.
The most common sedimentary rock type is known as shale, made up of tiny silt or clay particles cemented together. Tiny particles are easily carried along by moving water. Thus, in uniformitarian thinking, shale particles take an inordinate amount of time to fall through a column of water and settle on the bottom, even when the water is completely calm.
Once within the marine environment, the material probably absorbed uranium with the formation of organo-uranium compounds such as exist in coals. It is suggested that a more systematic search for germaniferous coals in the vicinity of the Chattanooga shale and the Cleveland member of the Ohio shale might be rewarding.
Stratigraphy and uranium content of the Chattanooga shale in northeastern Alabama, northwestern Georgia and eastern Tennessee.
This report concerns work done on behalf of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission and is published with the permission of the Commission. (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
more uranium, but such shales are less extensive, thinner, or are deeply buried. The reader is referred to papers by Brown (p.this volume), Conant (p. this volume), and Hass () for more detailed descriptions of the Chattanooga shale. The Chattanooga shale in Tennessee, Kentucky, and Alabama is the generally more radioactive part of.
URANIUM MINERALS IN CHATTANOOGA SHALE AmisJudzisandArvidsJudzis,Jr. DepartmentofChemicalEngineering UniversityofMichigan AnnArbor,MI ABSTRACT A. The gray Kinderhook Shale overlies the black Chattanooga Shale in the spectral gamma-ray log below, from a well in southern Kansas.
Notice that the SGR (and potassium and thorium contents) are very similar in the two shale units, and that the difference is in the uranium linked with the kerogen content.
In most black shales, such as the Chattanooga Shale and related shales of the eastern interior United States, increased metal and metalloid contents are generally related to increased organic carbon content, decreased sedimentation rate, organic matter type, or position in the basin.
In areas where the stratigraphic equivalents of the Chattanooga Shale are Cited by: Outcrop Sample For Uranium Occurrence (MRDS - ), Sumner Co., Tennessee, USA: REF:Deposit:: CONANT, L.C., AND SWANSON, V.E.,CHATTANOOGA SHALE AND.
Contact, chat, social media. About. Organization, jobs, budget. Chattanooga shale also contains a significant amount of pyrite (FeS2 Iron Sulfide) also known as fools gold because of it’s color, which can resemble gold. When the Chattanooga Shale erodes, it releases sulfur into streams, increasing the water’s acidity.
Chattanooga Shale also contains uranium and has been considered a low-grade vast. notes. the three lithologic units of the gassaway member of the chattanooga shale contain the most uranium, and the upper unit is the richest.
the chattanooga shale is considered as a low-grade oil shale, but it was not tested for its oil content at this locality. The Chattanooga Shale is a geologic formation in Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Missouri and preserves conodont fossils dating to the Devonian Period.
It occurs mostly as a subsurface geologic formation composed of layers of is located in Eastern Tennessee and also extends into southeastern Kentucky, northeastern Georgia, and northern y: United States.
Pdf Uranium and other trace elements in Devonian and Mississippian Geological Survey Bulletin, Issue Arizona Arkansas novaculite basal beds black opaque minerals black shale Brushy Basin member Canyon carbonaceous Channel sample Chattanooga shale Chinle formation Colo Colorado Plateau composition conglomerate contain Creek Cretaceous.Kerogen from sapropelic sources contains more hydrogen than download pdf from humic sources.
Thus the hydrogen content of the sapropelic contribution, and of the kerogen, increases toward that part of a shale most likely to be a source bed for petroleum. Uranium in the shale is derived from the adjoining land mass. PMID: [PubMed]Cited by: The Chattanooga Shale in the southeastern USA ebook example is estimated to ebook 4 to 5 million tonnes at an average grade of 54 ppm.
 Because of their low grades, no black shale deposit ever produced significant amounts of uranium with one exception: the Ronneburg deposit in eastern Thuringia, Germany.