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Rockfire Resources, a gold and critical minerals explorer, confirmed the presence of high-grade germanium and elevataed gallium in recent drill core from its wholly-owned Molaoi polymetallic project in Greece.

Rockfire reported germanium grades between 9.0 and 40.0 g/t with an average of 23.7 g/t Ge from 7 holes, with the highest individual assay being 73.8g/t Ge in hole MO_GTK_003A.

Meanwhile, gallium grades between 9.7 and 19.0 g/t were intersected with an average of 15.3 g/t Ga, with the highest individual assay being 33.3g/t Ga in hole MO_GTK_003A.

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