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Concepts and mechanisms of light-matter interactions. What evidence is obtained from: age determination for granitic bodies? search for long-term change in composition of granitic rocks? search for variation in amount of granite produced per million years, etc. However, the term "Rayleigh fractionation" is commonly applied to equilibrium closed systems and kinetic fractionations as well (as described below) because the situations may be computationally identical. The much greater public awareness of the need to prevent or control AMD and toxic metal pollution has led to regulation and legislation in many parts of the world. given the continuing importance of the long established applications in ore geology and mineral technology.

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