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LIST OF GEOLOGICAL BOOKS & REPORTS PRICE

Year
PRICE /

OMAN RIALS

10/000

1987

10/000

1987

15/000

1990

15/000

1990

20/000

1994

20/000

1994

50/000

1995

50/000

1995

10/000

1995

10/000

10/000

10/000


50/000

1995

1995

1995

1995

50/000

1995

50/000

1995

50/000

1995

10/000

2004

10/000

2004

Minerals Of Oman

No.

Ophiolite and Metamorphic Rocks of the Oman


Mountains - A petrography Atlas

Geology of Dhofar

Industrial Rocks and Minerals Deposits in the


Sultanate of Oman

Chert Hosted Manganese Deposits in the Wahrah


Formation, Al Hammah Range, Sultanate of Oman



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Geology of Easternmost Al Hammah Range


Wahrah Formation (Part 1 & Part 11)

Information on Mining Blocks of the Northern


part of South Oman

Geology and Mineral Wealth of the Sultanate of


Oman

Industrial Rocks & Minrals of Oman :


Development Possibilities

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LIST OF GEOLOGICAL MAPS & PRICE

No.

Geological Map

1:50000

Without Book

With Book

15/000

25/000

15/000

Geological Map

1:100000

15/000

1:100.000 Scale

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15/000

1:50.000 Scale

Price in Omani Rial

15/000

Geological Map

1:250000

15/000

1:250.000 Scale

25/000

25/000

25/000

25/000

25/000

Potential Industrial Rocks


& Mineral Resources

1:500000

15/000

15/000

1:500.000 Scale

Geological Map of Haushi Huqf area

1:250000
1:250.000 Scale

5/000

5/000

Mineral Occurrence & Metallogenic


)N.Oman (2 SHEETS

1:500000
1:500.000 Scale

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15/000

15/000

25/000

25/000

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No.

Price in Omani Rial

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Without Book

With Book

Mineral Occurrence & Metallogenic of


Oman

1:1000000

15/000

15/000

25/000

25/000

1:1.000.000 Scale

Geological Map of Oman

1:1,000000

15/000

15/000

25/000

25/000

1:1.000.000 Scale

Mineral deposit of N.Oman mountains

1:1000000

5/000

5/000

1:1.000.000 Scale

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PRICE LIST FOR ANALYSIS MINERAL LABORATORY

WATER SAMPLES AND SEA WATER SAMPLES


DESCRIPTION

ICP ) :

Analysis by Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical


Emission Spectrometer (ICP-OES)

25/000

25/000

7/000

7/000

10/000

10/000

Semi-Quantitative scan analysis


( per sample / 34 elements ( ICP ) )

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Quantitative scan analysis (per sample / each element)

) Ba/Sr ( ) (
Element with high matrix interference
(Barium/Strontium)- (per element)

1
2
3

) AAS ( :
Analysis by Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (AAS)

5/000

5/000

10/000

10/000

10/000

10/000

) (

Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometer


(FAAS) - per element

) (

Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometer


(GAAS/ppb levels/per element)

( )
Volatile Elements (Hydride System Method)
(ppb levels)As, Hg, Se, Sb, Sn - (each element)

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PHYSICAL / CLASSICAL TECHNIQUES


)(each sample

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

10/000

Gravimetric

10/000

10/000

Titration

10/000

15/000

Potentimetric

15/000

5/000

Loss LOI of lgnition

5/000

1/000

Moisure

1/000

2/000

Water of crystallization

2/000

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2/000

) ( Density Specific Gravity / Solids

2/000

1/000

pH

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GEOLOGICAL/ MINERALOGICAL/CORROSION
SAMPLES DESCRIPTION

Sample Preparation

1
2
3

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) Crushing / Quartering / Pulverization ( each sample

/ ( )

1/000

1/000

1/000

Separation (washing from organics) / separation


(magnetics) - each sample

1/000

10/000

Thin Section Preparation

10/000

: ( ) XRD
)Analysis by X-Ray Diffraction (XRD

1
2
3
4
5

( )

)Identification of Minerals Formation - (per sample

20/000

20/000

( )

)Interpretation - (per sample

( )

10/000

10/000

)Complicated sample (Miscellaneous) (per sample

Identification & interpretation


( INORGANIC COMPUNDS )/from pipe, well


) Complicated samples ( Miscellaneous
) ( INORGANIC COMPUNDS

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45/000

45/000

50/000

50/000

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20/000

20/000

7/000

7/000

10/000

10/000

) ICP ( :
Analysis by Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical

Emission Spectrometer ( ICP ) ( c ) Chemical Analysis

Semi-Quantitative scan analysis


( per sample / 34 elements )

Quantitative scan analysis ( per sample / each element )

) Ba Sr (
Element with high matrix interference
( Barium/Strontium )- ( per element )

1
2
3

) AAS ( :
Analysis by Atomic Absorption Spectrometer ( AAS )

5/000

5/000

10/000

10/000

20/000

20/000

) (

Flame Atomic Absorption Spectrometer


( FAAS ) - per element

) (

Graphite Furnace Atomic Absorption Spectrometer


( GAAS/ppb levels/per element )

) Au (
) Pd( ) Pt (

Precious Metals ( Fire Assay Method).Platinum ( Pt ),

1
2

Gold ( Au ), Palladium ( Pd ). ( each element )

10/000

10/000

) Hydride generation (
ppb ) (

Volatile Elements ( Hydride Generation Method )


( ppb levels )As, Hg, Se, Sb, Sn - ( each element )

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Analysis by X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer (XRF)


Sample Preparation Method

3/000

: -

3/000

i.Fusion ( Using Lithium Tetraborate )

2/000

: -

2/000

ii.Binding ( Using pressure and binder ( PVC ) )

20/000

20/000

Analysis of Major Rock Components each sample

25/000

( Fe2O3.Cr2O3.CaO.Al2O3.MgO )

25/000

Chromite Ore sample

20/000

( Fe2O3.K2O.CaO.Al2O3.MgO.SiO2 )

20/000

Limestone sample

20/000

20/000

Ores / Carbonates / Clay / Gypsum ( CaO.MgO.SiO2 )

25/000

25/000

Silicates / Soils

30/000
30/000

2
3
4
5
6


Inorganics ( CORROSION SAMPLES )
or ( SCALING IN PIPES ) - each sample

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