MINOR ELEMENT PARTITIONING IN A NI- AND V-RICH, HIGH-TEMPERATURE ANTHROPOGENIC SLAG FROM THE LAVRION SLAG LOCALITIES, GREECE
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AbstractThe content of the poster focuses on characterization of and partitioning data from samples of the Liebenbergite Slag Dump in Lavrion, Greece. The Liebenbergite slag is anthropogenic in nature, noteworthy for its unique Ni- and V- enriched mineralogy, which forms many uncommon phases. The scarcity of previously existing work on this slag and the unusual nature of its mineralogy created a unique opportunity for me to do research in an area that captured my interest as well as being able to generate original and unique data and discussion.