Microchemical identification of macael white marble in some spanish monuments
The white marble from Macael quarries (Almería, Spain) has been identified in some monuments of the Southern of Spain; the use of other white marble types has also been confirmed. The microchemical identification has been carried out by means a previously described graphical method (Bello and Martín,1991). Fourteen trace elements have been analyzed from both quarry and building material samples by using atomic absorption and flame emission spectrometry in order to apply the enrichment diagrams for trace elements (EDTE) for identification purposes.
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Bello, M. A., Martin, L., & Martin, A. (1992). Microchemical identification of macael white marble in some spanish monuments. Materiales De Construcción, 42(225), 23–30. https://doi.org/10.3989/mc.1992.v42.i225.718
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