Triton’s Rock Chip Results Show High Grades of Graphitic Mineralization

- November 4th, 2013

Triton Minerals Ltd. (ASX:TON) announced laboratory results from reconnaissance rock chip samples attained via the mapping program undertaken at the Nicanda Hill Prospect of License 5966 at the company’s Mozambique-based Balama North project.

Triton Minerals Ltd. (ASX:TON) announced laboratory results from reconnaissance rock chip samples attained via the mapping program undertaken at the Nicanda Hill Prospect of License 5966 at the company’s Mozambique-based Balama North project.

Brad Boyle, managing director at Triton, commented:

These are very positive results which assist the Company to develop a better understanding of the overall composition of the graphitic mineralisation on the Nicanda Hill Prospect.

Triton has completed further reconnaissance geological mapping on the Nicanda Hill prospect. These rock chip results are significant, showing high grades of graphitic mineralisation, of up to 17.6% total graphitic carbon and large graphite flake sizes up to 1mm in length confirmed by petrographic analyses.

These results continue to support Triton’s initial interpretation that the Nicanda Hill prospect is highly prospective for graphite and the potential continuation of the graphitic mineralisation zone intersected in drilling on the Cobra Plains prospect.

Click here to read the full Triton Minerals Ltd. (ASX:TON) press release.

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