Author Archives: Dr. Olga Narygina


Dr. Olga Narygina studied physics at the Ural State University (Russia). After completing her master thesis on high-pressure, high-temperature studies of carbon nanotubes Dr. Narygina moved to Bayerisches Geoinstitut (University of Bayreuth, Germany) to obtain her Ph.D. degree. Her work there focused on high-pressure, high-temperature research of iron-containing silicates and alloys. This was followed by a post-doc position at the University of Edinburgh (The United Kingdom) where Dr. Narygina carried on with the material property research at extreme pressure-temperature conditions with the focus on the structural properties of alkali metals. In 2011 Olga joined Malvern Panalytical. She started as an application specialist XRD in our Supply Center, Almelo, the Netherlands. A few years later, she progressed into an XRD product managerial role. Recently Dr. Narygina moved to Australia and joined the APAC product/application specialist team.

Published 10 Sep 2020

The value of mineralogical analyses for base metal mining and beneficiation – Nickel

In the blog about “The value of mineralogical monitoring” we discussed the importance of mineralogical monitoring for efficient ore beneficiation on the examples of copper and nickel ores. This blog elaborates on the nickel ore application in more detail. Nickel…READ MORE >

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Published 20 May 2020

The Value of Mineralogical Analyses for Base Metal Mining and Beneficiation – Copper

The complex mineralogy of copper ore presents a challenge for mine planning and beneficiation. Every mineral behaves differently at flotation or leaching.

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Published 21 Apr 2020

The value of mineralogical monitoring for mining and ore processing

Accurate chemical analysis has long been integral to mining, from early exploration to mine development, ore sorting, extraction, and waste management.

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Published 12 Mar 2020

Controlling respirable silica and asbestos in your mine or product manufacturing – Q&A

If you are a supplier or manufacturer, it is an obligation to ensure safe working conditions for employees and safe-to-use products for consumers. Companies dealing with monitoring and control of respirable silica and asbestos are government agencies involved with environmental…READ MORE >

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Published 23 May 2019

Controlling respirable silica and asbestos in your mine or product manufacturing

Analytical techniques that help comply with stringent norms Always wanted to know about which analytical techniques are most suitable for what types of materials characterization? Dr. Nicholas Norberg, who is an application specialist in Malvern Panalytical’s supply center, will be…READ MORE >

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