WVGES Trace Elements in West Virginia Coals

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Dysprosium (Dy) shows consistently low (< 3 ppm) values with no trends in abundance in this small number of analyses. Dysprosium occurred primarily in the ubiquitous rare trace mineral monazite which could explain the lack of a stratigraphic trend.
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