Geochemistry utilizes principles and rules of the science of chemistry to describe the controlling mechanisms of major geological systems such as the Earth’s crust, core, oceans, and atmosphere.

Geochemistry provides a field to geologists for analyzing chemical components and determining the abundance of isotopes. The science of geochemistry is advancing and pioneering in many areas, contributing significantly to our understanding of various Earth and planetary processes, including mantle convection currents, fluid structures, sedimentation, changes in Earth’s oceans and atmosphere, the origin of mineral deposits, and many other relevant topics.

As geochemistry plays a crucial role in the field of mineral exploration, it is referred to as exploratory geochemistry or prospecting geochemistry.

In exploratory geochemistry, the focus is on discovering mineral deposits, involving two stages. The first stage involves studying the richness of chemical elements in mineralized zones, while the second stage examines the distribution and dispersion of chemical elements in these mineralized zones.



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