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27 Nov

Rock-chip assays pave way for drilling at Astute Metals project

Australian firm Astute Metals NL has reported rock chip assay results of up to 2,190 parts-per-million lithium from its project in Nevada, US. In total, 36 samples were taken from the company’s 100%-owned Red Mountain lithium project. When collecting samples, Astute targeted claystone as well as other outcropping to subcropping rock types, aiming to identify the project’s lithium mineralisation potential. Multiple samples graded above 500 ppm lithium…
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