Infinity Stone Ventures will soon have lithium reference material from its Galaxy pegmatite project in Quebec available for calibration of assay and testing equipment.

The company has contracted LGC Standards to process a 150kg bulk sample of pegmatite material it recently recovered from a high priority target at the project into Certified Reference Material (CRM), which is used as reference samples by labs globally.

“We are very pleased to be working with a leading producer of CRMs in the processing of pegmatite material from our Galaxy project,” chief executive officer Zayn Kalyan said.

“LGC Standards is internationally recognized and has a wide network of customers and partners that are potential end-users of reference samples produced from the Galaxy bulk sample.”

Galaxy pegmatite project

Infinity Stone Ventures recently expanded the land position of its Galaxy Lithium project near Mont Laurier, Quebec, to the north by staking 36 claims covering 2,114 hectares.

This area, which extended the project by about 10km along the western edge of Lac Petawaga, was established by its September 2022 exploration program to be prospective for lithium-caesium-tantalum pegmatites.

The recent field reconnaissance has identified extensive outcropping of coarse-crystalline pegmatite dikes while multiple samples have been sent for assay.

Current activity includes further sampling, trenching and blasting of the 30 identified pegmatites.

This article was developed in collaboration with Infinity Stone Ventures, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.

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