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Lithium Ionic completes acquisition of two lithium mining licences

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Global Mining Review,

The two large licences are located approximately 2 km to the west of the large Xuxa lithium deposit of Sigma Lithium, and approximately 3 km to the northwest of the CBL lithium mining operation.

Previously released highlights from lithium ionic drilling at Galvani Licenses:

  • Drill intercept of 1.94% Li2O over 19.78 m, including 2.33% Li2O over 7.35 m.
  • Drill intercept of 1.27% Li2O over 10.77 m, including 1.72% Li2O over 2 m and 1.70% Li2O over 3.53 m.
  • Drill intercept of 1.57% Li2O over 24.93 m, including 2.10% Li2O over 7.45 m.
  • Drill intercept of 1.17% Li2O over 42.05 m, including 1.95% Li2O over 11.72 m.

Blake Hylands, Chief Executive Officer of Lithium Ionic, commented:

“The Galvani Property, specifically the Outro Lado showing, have shown the kinds of grades and widths we feel could potentially lead Lithium Ionic to a significant resource. The Galvani Property is an excellent addition to our land holdings in this prolific lithium belt.”

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