Map showing the completed work area at Ruby Graphite Project by Reflex Advanced Materials
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  • Reflex Advanced Materials Corp. (RFLX) has completed geologic exploration of the Ruby Graphite Project
  • Last year, the company secured an option to acquire the project, which covers about 2,000 acres and 96 federal lode mining claims in Beaverhead County, Montana
  • The studies conducted on the project include detailed geological field mapping, sampling of various rock types at 25 locations, soil survey, etc
  • Reflex Advanced Materials Corp. is a mineral exploration company based in British Columbia
  • Reflex Advanced Materials Corp. opened trading at C$0.57

Reflex Advanced Materials Corp. (RFLX) has completed geologic exploration of the Ruby Graphite Project.

In September, the company secured an option to acquire the project, which covers about 2,000 acres and 96 federal lode mining claims in Beaverhead County, Montana, U.S.A.

Reflex contracted Ethos Geological of Bozeman, Montana, to lead the exploration effort, identify potential graphite-bearing areas, and develop a geological model of the stratigraphy and structure.

Over the course of the initial geologic work conducted from August to November, Ethos performed studies which included detailed geological field mapping. It also sampled the various rock types at 25 locations and submitted these for chemical fingerprinting to support lithology and structure mapping.

Furthermore, it conducted soil survey, collecting 201 samples at 25-m spacing along three lines, analyzed for pH and geochemistry for identification of lithology changes across the property.

The initial results imply several conductive trends that correlate well among the shallow GEM-2 EM survey and the deeper IP survey.

These potentially graphite-bearing trends are more extensive than what was previously expected by Reflex management and historic workers.

“We are very excited about the potential identification of multiple conductivity trends across the project area,” noted Paul Gorman, CEO of Reflex Advanced Materials.,

“The existence of these conductive trends would be the initial proof of concept we were seeking, which is that the old Ground Hog and Bird’s Nest mines, located at the property, may not be isolated graphite occurrences but may be two surface exposures of more extensive graphite-bearing trends – we are connecting the dots,” he added.

Reflex Advanced Materials Corp. is a mineral exploration company based in British Columbia.

Reflex Advanced Materials Corp. opened trading at C$0.57.


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