Group And Subgroup Of Pyrite

Group And Subgroup Of Pyrite

SUBDIVISION OF THE PYRITE GROUP, AND A CHEMICAL

2006-8-30  The pyrite subgroup in the cubic space-group Pa3 has eight nonmetal atoms (4X+4I') equally dis-tributed (disordered) over the eight atomic positions on the threefold axes (Fig. l), The disorder and high symmetry are shown by the absence of the 010 and 0ll reflections. The ullmannite subgroup in the cubic space-group

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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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Crystal chemistry and crystallography of some minerals

2007-4-6  The pyrite subgroup in the cubic space group Pa3 has 4M atoms that sit on the origin at the intersection of the threefold axes. The 4X and 4Y atoms are equally distrib-uted (disordered) over the eight atomic positions on the threefold axes and may move along the threefold axes.

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Crystal Chemistry And Crystallography Of Some Minerals

Isotropic pyrite belongs to space group Pa3.Anisotropic pyrite, like cobaltite, is interpreted as a sextuplet of interpenetrating, twin-related, orthorhombic (space group Pca2 1) domains about a 3 twin axis [111]. The Fe atom in pyrite is considered to move away from the three S atoms with single bonds to Fe and toward the three S atoms with double bonds to Fe.

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The petrography and geochemistry of pyrite-hosted

The Neoproterozoic-Cambrian Dalradian Supergroup of north-west Ireland and central Scotland accommodates vein-hosted gold deposits associated with uplift and deformation during the Ordovician Grampian arc-continent collision event (475-460 Ma) of the

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The structural evolution of the Kombat deposits, Otavi

2014-11-10  Subgroup of the Otavi Group and share numerous min-eralogical, structural and geochemical characteristics. At Kombat, galena-pyrite-chalcopyrite-bornite- chal-cocite mineralization is associated with tectonic and sedimentary breccias, calcitized dolostone, lenses of feldspathic sandstone, and concentrations of Fe-Mn

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Trace-element characteristics of different pyrite types in

2009-12-22  A comparative in situ LA-ICP MS trace-element study on pyrite from three different, variably auriferous, Archaean to Palaeoproterozoic palaeoplacer deposits in the Ouro Fino Syncline (Quadrilátero Ferrífero; Brazil), the Elliot Lake area north of Lake Huron (SE Canada) and several deposits within the Witwatersrand Basin (South Africa) revealed systematic differences between morphologically

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Section 1.7.1. Subgroups and supergroups of space groups

Relations between crystal structures play an important role for the comparison and classification of crystal structures, the analysis of phase transitions in the solid state, the understanding of topotactic reactions, and other applications.The relations can often be expressed by group–subgroup relations between the corresponding space groups. Such relations may be recognized from relations

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The Rosie pyrite hydrothermal system in the McArthur

2021-8-18  The Rosie pyrite hydrothermal system is situated ~ 90 km north of McArthur River (Fig. 1b) and is completely blind at surface.Like the known deposits in the McArthur River camp, the pyrite mineralization at Rosie is hosted in black shale of the ~ 1640 Ma Barney Creek Formation (BCF) that is contained within a sub-basinal architecture.

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The effects of amphibolite facies metamorphism on the

2019-11-1  The aims of this contribution are to determine: 1. The trace element concentration of pyrite and pyrrhotite (and to a lesser extent sphalerite, galena, and chalcopyrite) in three groups of deposits (pyrite-pyrrhotite units, Cu-Au, and Pb-Zn-Ag-(Cu-Au)) in the Kanmantoo Group to evaluate how lower to middle amphibolite facies metamorphism affects trace element distribution and concentration in

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SUBDIVISION OF THE PYRITE GROUP, AND A CHEMICAL

2006-8-30  The pyrite subgroup in the cubic space-group Pa3 has eight nonmetal atoms (4X+4I') equally dis-tributed (disordered) over the eight atomic positions on the threefold axes (Fig. l), The disorder and high symmetry are shown by the absence of the 010 and 0ll reflections. The ullmannite subgroup in the cubic space-group

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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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Crystal chemistry and crystallography of some minerals

2007-4-6  The pyrite subgroup in the cubic space group Pa3 has 4M atoms that sit on the origin at the intersection of the threefold axes. The 4X and 4Y atoms are equally distrib-uted (disordered) over the eight atomic positions on the threefold axes and may move along the threefold axes.

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Crystal Chemistry And Crystallography Of Some Minerals

Isotropic pyrite belongs to space group Pa3.Anisotropic pyrite, like cobaltite, is interpreted as a sextuplet of interpenetrating, twin-related, orthorhombic (space group Pca2 1) domains about a 3 twin axis [111]. The Fe atom in pyrite is considered to move away from the three S atoms with single bonds to Fe and toward the three S atoms with double bonds to Fe.

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Evaluation of the impact of pyrite oxidation on rock

2012-10-30  2012-10-30  Group A < 0.1 % of pyrite. Group B ≈ 3.3 % of disseminated pyrite. Group C ≈ 5.65 % of vein type pyrite. The second criterion used to classify the specimens was the foliation plane direction with respect to the specimen axis. Generally, biotite gneiss exhibits anisotropy in its mechanical and physical properties due to its foliation plane.

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The petrography and geochemistry of pyrite-hosted

The Neoproterozoic-Cambrian Dalradian Supergroup of north-west Ireland and central Scotland accommodates vein-hosted gold deposits associated with uplift and deformation during the Ordovician Grampian arc-continent collision event (475-460 Ma) of the

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Section 1.7.1. Subgroups and supergroups of space groups

Relations between crystal structures play an important role for the comparison and classification of crystal structures, the analysis of phase transitions in the solid state, the understanding of topotactic reactions, and other applications.The relations can often be expressed by group–subgroup relations between the corresponding space groups. Such relations may be recognized from relations

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General : Mineral Groups organization???

2001-12-21  Thus in, say, the Autunite Group, there would be subgroups based on "(AsO4) & P4/nnc" and "(PO4) & P4/nnc" call them the Zeunerite Subgroup and Uranocerite Subgroup. (Subdivision based on the anion works best there, but it could be done based on the cation as well, where that works best such as in the Pyrite Group.)

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The structural evolution of the Kombat deposits, Otavi

2014-11-10  Subgroup of the Otavi Group and share numerous min-eralogical, structural and geochemical characteristics. At Kombat, galena-pyrite-chalcopyrite-bornite- chal-cocite mineralization is associated with tectonic and sedimentary breccias, calcitized dolostone, lenses of feldspathic sandstone, and concentrations of Fe-Mn

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The effects of amphibolite facies metamorphism on the

2019-11-1  The aims of this contribution are to determine: 1. The trace element concentration of pyrite and pyrrhotite (and to a lesser extent sphalerite, galena, and chalcopyrite) in three groups of deposits (pyrite-pyrrhotite units, Cu-Au, and Pb-Zn-Ag-(Cu-Au)) in the Kanmantoo Group to evaluate how lower to middle amphibolite facies metamorphism affects trace element distribution and concentration in

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Cobalt, nickel, and gold in pyrite from primary gold

2021-1-31  The three pyrite sub-types in the Central Rand Group (i.e. compact round, porous round, and recrystallized) reveal a wide range in Co and Ni contents as well as in ColNi ratios, but exhibit significant overlap and thus cannot be meaningfully discriminated. Malmani Subgroup of the Transvaal Sequence in the eastern Transvaal (Figure 1).

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Chapter 1.6. Relating crystal structures by group–subgroup

2010-4-6  The relations between crystal structures that are related by symmetry can be set forth in a concise manner with a tree of group–subgroup relations of their space groups (called a Bär­nig­hausen tree). At its top, the tree starts from the space-group symbol of an aristotype, i.e. a simple, highly symmetrical crystal structure. Arrows pointing downwards depict symmetry reductions that

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INTRODUCTION University of São Paulo

Pyrite occurs in the Gondwana coai measures of the Tubarão Group, in the Paraná sedimentary basin, Southem Brazil. Polished sections of pyrite from the Carnbui area show framboidal and histological textures which are interpreted as evidence for the syngenetic origin of the pyrite

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Paleoenvironmental controls on the texture and chemical

Group 1 elements (As, Ni, Co, Sb, Se, and Mo) are contained uniformly throughout the pyrite and may be held within the pyrite crystal structure or as nanoinclusions evenly distributed within

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KGS--Stratigraphic Succession--Pennsylvanian

Rocks in the Cherokee Group, in an earlier stratigraphic summary (Moore et al., 1951), were classified on the basis of cyclothems. In later detailed stratigraphic studies, Howe (1956) subdivided the Cherokee Group into the Krebs Subgroup and Cabaniss Subgroup

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Carbon and sulfur isotopic compositions of organic carbon

1996-7-1  Sedimentary organic matter and pyrite from parts of the lower Transvaal Supergroup and few samples from the Olifantshoek Group have been studied for their carbon and sulfur isotopic compositions, respectively. Carbon isotopic compositions for minimally altered organic matter range from −43 to −31‰.

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Platinum-Group Elements and Gold in Base Metal Sulfides

The Uitkomst Complex is a Ni-Cu-PGE-Cr-Co mineralized composite mafic-ultramafic intrusion situated in South Africa. The platinum-group elements (PGEs), Re and Au contents in base metal sulfides (BMS), and Re-Os isotope compositions were determined, as well as the occurrence of associated platinum-group minerals (PGMs) in the various mineralized zones of the complex.

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Geology > Karoo Supergoup > Sedimentary Deposits

2011-3-14  The southern facies is characterised by the predominance of dark-grey, pyrite-bearing, splintery shale, siltstone and the presence of dark-coloured chert and phosphatic nodules and lenses. b) The mudrocks of the Whitehill Formation consist of shale that is very thinly laminated and contains up to 14% carbonaceous material.

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Stratigraphy, palaeontology and geochemistry of the late

2014-12-11  Group Ediacaran Kliphoek that Sandstone Pteridinium Rangea Isotope geochemistry Neoproterozoic a b s t r a c t Common, Ediacaran fossils are well preserved in a Late Neoproterozoic (ca. 545Ma) shallow marine sequence, described here as the Aar Member of the Dabis Formation (Kuibis Subgroup, Nama Group), near Aus in southwest Namibia.

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Minerals and Mineral Groups Earth Science

Mineral Groups. Minerals are divided into groups based on chemical composition. Most minerals fit into one of eight mineral groups. Silicate Minerals. The roughly 1,000 silicate minerals make up over 90% of Earth’s crust. Silicates are by far the largest mineral group. Feldspar and quartz are the two most common silicate minerals.

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