A method for the quantitative determination of fluorine in samples of ground water from North Dakota, which proved reliable for amounts of less than one part per million of fluorine, has also been used successfully for the qualitative determination of fluorine in minerals. In most cases the method is rapid and has proved effective when used by elementary students in mineral identification.

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