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Pyrite: Mineral information, data and localities.

Pyrite Group. The isometric (cubic) polymorph of orthorhombic marcasite.Compare UM1997-43-S:Fe. Pyrite is a very common mineral (also one of the most common natural sulfides, and the most common disulfide), found in a wide variety of geological formations from sedimentary deposits to hydrothermal veins and as a constituent of metamorphic rocks.The brassy-yellow metallic colour of pyrite has in ...

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Pyrite mineral information and data - Dakota Matrix

Pyrite forms in hydrothermal veins, in magmatic segregations, as an accessory mineral, in pegmatites, contact metamorphosed deposits and metamorphic rocks, and in sedimentary rocks as a diagenetic replacement mineral. Pyrite is paramagnetic, magnetic in the presence of applied magnetic fields, and can be used as a semiconductor.

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Pyrite Group: Mineral information, data and localities.

Name: Named for the principal species in the group - pyrite. Group of isostructural sulphide species sharing the Pa-3 space group, with a diploidal structure in which the "A" atoms occupy a face-centred cubic lattice position and the "X" atoms are in dumbbell-like pairs parallel to the four cube diagonals of the lattice, with each "A" atom ...

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Pyrite Mineral Data

Other Pyrite Information: References: NAME( Sinkankas66) PHYS. PROP.(Enc. of Minerals,2nd ed.,1990) See Also: Links to other databases for Pyrite : 1 - Alkali-Nuts(English) 2 - Alkali-Nuts(Francais) 3 - Am. Min. Crystal Structure Database 4 - Amethyst Galleries' Mineral Gallery 5 - Athena 6 - CalTech Mineral Spectroscopy 7 - EUROmin Project

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Pyrite: The mineral pyrite information and pictures

Pyrite was once used as a source of sulfur, but is now only a minor ore for both sulfur and iron. Pyrite from some localities is auriferous, and therefore is used as an ore of gold in gold-bearing localities.Pyrite was polished by the Native Americans in the early times and used as mirrors. Today, it is used as an ornamental stone, as well as a very popular stone for amateur collectors.

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Gold-bearing Pyrite: Mineral information, data and

USGS (2005), Mineral Resources Data System (MRDS): U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia, loc. file ID #10310587. El Dorado Mining District; Logtown ⓘ Union Mine (Union-Church Mine; Springfield Mine) USGS (2005), Mineral Resources Data System (MRDS): U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia, loc. file ID #10310688. Northwest Segment Mother ...

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Cupriferous Pyrite: Mineral information, data and

A variety of pyrite containing some copper. - This locality has map coordinates listed. - This locality has estimated coordinates. ⓘ - Click for further information on this occurrence.?? - Indicates mineral may be doubtful at this locality.

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Cobaltoan Pyrite: Mineral information, data and

Cobaltoan Pyrite mineral data, information about Cobaltoan Pyrite, its properties and worldwide locations. SUPPORT US . Covid-19 has significantly affected our fundraising.

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Cobalt-bearing Pyrite: Mineral information, data and ...

Quick NavTop About Cobalt-bearing Pyrite Chemical Properties Synonyms Other Languages Common Associates Other Information Internet Links Localities Locality List Mineral and/or Locality Mindat.org is an outreach project of the Hudson Institute of Mineralogy , a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.

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Cobalt-bearing Pyrite: Mineral information, data and ...

Click the show button to view. Associated Minerals Based on Photo Data: 1 photo of Cobalt-bearing Pyrite associated with Erythrite. Co3(AsO4)2 8H2O. 1 photo of Cobalt-bearing Pyrite

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Pyrite Group: Mineral information, data and localities.

Name: Named for the principal species in the group - pyrite. Group of isostructural sulphide species sharing the Pa-3 space group, with a diploidal structure in which the "A" atoms occupy a face-centred cubic lattice position and the "X" atoms are in dumbbell-like pairs parallel to the four cube diagonals of the lattice, with each "A" atom ...

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Pyrite: The mineral pyrite information and pictures

Pyrite was once used as a source of sulfur, but is now only a minor ore for both sulfur and iron. Pyrite from some localities is auriferous, and therefore is used as an ore of gold in gold-bearing localities.Pyrite was polished by the Native Americans in the early times and used as mirrors. Today, it is used as an ornamental stone, as well as a very popular stone for amateur collectors.

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Pyrite Mineral Data - Mindat.org

General Pyrite Information : Chemical Formula: FeS2 : Composition: Molecular Weight = 119.98 gm Iron 46.55 % Fe Sulfur 53.45 % S _____ 100.00 % : Empirical Formula: Fe 2+ S 2: Environment: Sedimentary, magmatic, metamorphic, and hydrothermal deposits. IMA Status: Valid Species (Pre-IMA) Prehistoric : Locality: Common world wide. Link to MinDat ...

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Pyrite Mineral Properties, Uses, Occurrence more...

Pyrite is commonly referred to as “fool’s gold.”. Although much lighter than gold, its brassy color and relatively high density misled many novice prospectors. Its name is derived from the Greek word pyr, meaning “fire,” because it emits sparks when struck by iron. It is opaque and pale silvery yellow when fresh, turning darker and ...

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Thallian Arsenian Pyrite: Mineral information, data and ...

A variety of pyrite rich in As and Tl. - This locality has map coordinates listed. - This locality has estimated coordinates. ⓘ - Click for further information on this occurrence.?? - Indicates mineral

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pyrite mineral facts for kids - BINQ Mining

2013-4-18  Pyrite: Pyrite mineral information and data. Pyrite Group. Pyrite is a very common mineral, found in a wide variety of geological formations from sedimentary deposits to hydrothermal veins and as a »More detailed

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Statistical analysis and significance of pyrite in the ...

2020-11-6  Pyrite from outcrops of Late Ordovician–Early Silurian marine shales of the Sichuan Basin was studied in the laboratory setting. We characterized various occurrences of pyrite using optical microscopy, reflected light microscopy, X-ray analysis, scanning electron microscopy, and energy-dispersive analysis, and image analysis to aid visual estimates of pyrite in polished sections.

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(PDF) Pyrite biooxidation: Electrochemical and kinetic

The complete oxidation of the pyrite sulfur entity by ferric iron. (Equation 1) is described as follows ( Schippers et al., 1999 ): FeS 2 + 14Fe 3 + + 8H 2 O → 15Fe 2 + + 2SO 4 2 − + 16H + (1 ...

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Pyrite formation from FeS and H2S is mediated

2019-4-2  Pyrite is the most abundant iron−sulfur mineral in sediments. Over geological times, its burial controlled oxygen levels in the atmosphere and sulfate concentrations in seawater. However, the mechanism of pyrite formation in sediments is still being debated. We show that lithotrophic microorganisms can mediate the transformation of FeS and H2S to FeS2 at ambient temperature if

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Sulfate-mineral crusts from pyrite weathering and acid ...

Microbial iron oxidation and the mineral weathering of pyrite has been demonstrated to be a dominant process in natural shale weathering environments, producing sulfuric acid which accelerates the ...

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Pyrite Mineral Properties, Uses, Occurrence more...

Pyrite is commonly referred to as “fool’s gold.”. Although much lighter than gold, its brassy color and relatively high density misled many novice prospectors. Its name is derived from the Greek word pyr, meaning “fire,” because it emits sparks when struck by iron. It is opaque and pale silvery yellow when fresh, turning darker and ...

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Pyrite Earth Sciences Museum University of Waterloo

2021-6-4  Arsenopyrite vs. Pyrite. When struck with a hammer pyrite will give off sparks where arsenopyrite will give off the distinct smell of garlic. Refere nces: The mineral Pyrite. Pyrite-mineral properties and uses. Pyrite minral facts. Mineral information. Chalcopyrite mineral data. Chalcopyrite. The mineral Chalcopyrite. Fool's Gold. The mineral ...

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pyrite mineral facts for kids - BINQ Mining

2013-4-18  Pyrite: Pyrite mineral information and data. Pyrite Group. Pyrite is a very common mineral, found in a wide variety of geological formations from sedimentary deposits to hydrothermal veins and as a »More detailed

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Pyrite: The gemstone Pyrite information and pictures

Pyrite, often called "Fools Gold", has a silvery-yellow to golden metallic color. It is very common and may occur in large crystals. It has been used by ancient civilizations as jewelry, but is hardly used nowadays. Pyrite is sometimes incorrectly known as Marcasite in the gemstone trade. Marcasite is mineral that is a polymorph of Pyrite, and ...

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Statistical analysis and significance of pyrite in the ...

2020-11-6  Pyrite from outcrops of Late Ordovician–Early Silurian marine shales of the Sichuan Basin was studied in the laboratory setting. We characterized various occurrences of pyrite using optical microscopy, reflected light microscopy, X-ray analysis, scanning electron microscopy, and energy-dispersive analysis, and image analysis to aid visual estimates of pyrite in polished sections.

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Pyrite formation from FeS and H2S is mediated

2019-4-2  Pyrite is the most abundant iron−sulfur mineral in sediments. Over geological times, its burial controlled oxygen levels in the atmosphere and sulfate concentrations in seawater. However, the mechanism of pyrite formation in sediments is still being debated. We show that lithotrophic microorganisms can mediate the transformation of FeS and H2S to FeS2 at ambient temperature if

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Pyrite Textures and Trace Element Compositions from

2021-5-1  Pyrite is the dominant sulfide mineral in these alteration zones. Texturally three varieties of pyrites were identified in these alteration zones: (1) early pyrite-I is coarse to medium grained and subhedral shaped and contains near margin-parallel silicate inclusions, (2) main (ore)-stage pyrite-II overgrows early pyrite-I and also occurs as ...

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Pyrite formation from FeS and H2S is mediated through ...

2019-2-28  Pyrite is the most abundant iron−sulfur mineral in sediments. Over geological times, its burial controlled oxygen levels in the atmosphere and sulfate concentrations in seawater. However, the mechanism of pyrite formation in sediments is still being debated. We show that lithotrophic microorganisms can mediate the transformation of FeS and H ...

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Mechanisms and rates of pyrite formation from

Our experiments, thermodynamic predictions, and the analysis of available literature data collectively demonstrate the dominant presence of the FeCl 2 0 complex in the aqueous fluid in equilibrium with pyrite. Note that the solubility data alone of a mineral in aqueous solution, being only sensitive to the electric charge and number of Cl ...

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Sulfate-mineral crusts from pyrite weathering and acid ...

Microbial iron oxidation and the mineral weathering of pyrite has been demonstrated to be a dominant process in natural shale weathering environments, producing sulfuric acid which accelerates the ...

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Pyrite Mineral Uses and Properties - Geology

What is Pyrite? Pyrite is a brass-yellow mineral with a bright metallic luster.It has a chemical composition of iron sulfide (FeS 2) and is the most common sulfide mineral.It forms at high and low temperatures and occurs, usually in small quantities, in igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks worldwide. Pyrite is so common that many geologists would consider it to be a ubiquitous mineral.

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FOMS - Pyrite - Franklin Mineral Information

Pyrite Pyrite is an iron sulfide mineral. There are few analyses of local material; that of Kraus and Scott (1907) reported 1.25 wt. % Co. Pyrite was first reported from Franklin by Vanuxem and Keating (1822b) and later by Kraus and Scott (1907) and Palache (1935, 1941b).

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Pyrite Earth Sciences Museum University of Waterloo

2021-6-4  Arsenopyrite vs. Pyrite. When struck with a hammer pyrite will give off sparks where arsenopyrite will give off the distinct smell of garlic. Refere nces: The mineral Pyrite. Pyrite-mineral properties and uses. Pyrite minral facts. Mineral information. Chalcopyrite mineral data. Chalcopyrite. The mineral Chalcopyrite. Fool's Gold. The mineral ...

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pyrite mineral facts for kids - BINQ Mining

2013-4-18  Pyrite: Pyrite mineral information and data. Pyrite Group. Pyrite is a very common mineral, found in a wide variety of geological formations from sedimentary deposits to hydrothermal veins and as a »More detailed

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Pyrite: The gemstone Pyrite information and pictures

Pyrite, often called "Fools Gold", has a silvery-yellow to golden metallic color. It is very common and may occur in large crystals. It has been used by ancient civilizations as jewelry, but is hardly used nowadays. Pyrite is sometimes incorrectly known as Marcasite in the gemstone trade. Marcasite is mineral that is a polymorph of Pyrite, and ...

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Pyrite Value, Price, and Jewelry Information ...

Pyrite is more commonly known as fool’s gold and is familiar to nearly every mineral collector. It has been used for centuries both in jewelry and as an ore of iron. “Marcasite” stones in jewelry are frequently pyrite, since the latter is more stable. The material is

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Pyrite formation from FeS and H2S is mediated

2019-4-2  Pyrite is the most abundant iron−sulfur mineral in sediments. Over geological times, its burial controlled oxygen levels in the atmosphere and sulfate concentrations in seawater. However, the mechanism of pyrite formation in sediments is still being debated. We show that lithotrophic microorganisms can mediate the transformation of FeS and H2S to FeS2 at ambient temperature if

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Pyrite formation from FeS and H2S is mediated through ...

2019-2-28  Pyrite is the most abundant iron−sulfur mineral in sediments. Over geological times, its burial controlled oxygen levels in the atmosphere and sulfate concentrations in seawater. However, the mechanism of pyrite formation in sediments is still being debated. We show that lithotrophic microorganisms can mediate the transformation of FeS and H ...

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Pyrite Textures and Trace Element Compositions from

2021-5-1  Pyrite is the dominant sulfide mineral in these alteration zones. Texturally three varieties of pyrites were identified in these alteration zones: (1) early pyrite-I is coarse to medium grained and subhedral shaped and contains near margin-parallel silicate inclusions, (2) main (ore)-stage pyrite-II overgrows early pyrite-I and also occurs as ...

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Alkalinity Production Coupled to Pyrite Formation ...

2021-3-11  Pyrite stocks were three-times higher in mangroves (103 ± 61 Mg/ha) than in saltmarshes (30 ± 30 Mg/ha) and seagrasses (32 ± 1 Mg/ha). Mangrove pyrite stocks were linearly correlated to TAlk export at sites where sulfate reduction was the dominant TAlk producing process. However, pyrite generation could not explain all TAlk outwelling.

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