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Sulfide mineralogy

Sulfide mineralogy

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Published by Mineralogical Society of America in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mineralogy.,
  • Sulphides.

  • Edition Notes

    1

    StatementPaul H. Ribbe, editor ; authors : B. J. Wuensch ... [et. al.].
    SeriesReviews in mineralogy -- v. 1
    ContributionsWuensch, B. J., Ribbe, Paul H., Mineralogical Society of America.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE389.2"S84"1976
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various paging) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19754514M
    ISBN 100939950014

      The second edition of Introduction to Mineralogy follows the highly successful first edition, which become an overnight market leader. Introduction to Mineralogy consolidates much of the material now covered in traditional mineralogy and optical mineralogy courses and focuses on describing minerals within their geologic : $ Mineralogy A Reference Guide This is a Wikipedia book, a collection of Wikipedia articles that can be easily saved, imported by an external electronic rendering service, and ordered as a printed book.

    @article{osti_, title = {Reactivity of Sulfide Mineral Surfaces}, author = {Rosso, Kevin M and Vaughan, David J}, abstractNote = {In the preceding chapter, the fundamental nature of sulfide mineral surfaces has been discussed, and the understanding we have of the ways in which the surface differs from a simple truncation of the bulk crystal structure reviewed. The sulfide minerals, most particularly those containing iron, copper, nickel, cobalt, lead and zinc, are reviewed in terms of čurrent knowledge of their crystal structures, compositional variations and physical properties. Problems concerning both structural transformations in Cited by: 2.

    Definition of sulfide, gangue, and alteration mineralogy allows explanation of the variation in precious metal content among deposits as a function of hydrothermal fluid oxidation state. Intense deformation in many of the districts has resulted in deformed, flat sulfide sheet morphologies and irregular metal zoning. A series of multi-authored, soft-bound books containing cogent and concise reviews of the literature and advances about various aspects of mineralogy, crystallography, petrology, geochemistry, and industrial mineralogy. Most volumes were written to accompany a Mineralogical Society of America (MSA) short course, courses given over a period of days before a major meeting. The content of.


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Book: All Authors / Contributors: B J Wuensch; Paul H Ribbe; Mineralogical Society of America. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: "The Short Course on Sulfide Mineralogy [sponsored by the Mineralogical Society of America] was given November, preceding the annual meetings of the affiliated societies of the.

The sulfide minerals are a class of minerals containing sulfide (S 2−) or persulfide (S 2 2−) as the major sulfide minerals are economically important as metal sulfide class also includes the selenides, the tellurides, the arsenides, the antimonides, the bismuthinides, the sulfarsenides and the sulfosalts.

Sulfide minerals are inorganic compounds. Book Chapter Sulfide Mineralogy, Geochemistry, and Ore Genesis of the Kidd Creek Deposit: Part I. North, Central The giant Kidd Creek volcanogenic massive sulfide deposit in the western Abitibi subprovince of Canada is the largest known deposit of this age currently in production.

Volume Sulfide Mineralogy and Geochemistry David J. Vaughan, editor i-xiii + pages. ISBN ; ISBN13 The importance of sulfide minerals in ores has long been, and continues to be, a major reason for the interest of mineralogists and geochemists in these materials.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sulfide mineralogy. [Washington, D.C.: Mineralogical Society of America], [reprinted ] (OCoLC) Buy Sulfide Mineralogy and Geochemistry (Reviews in Mineralogy & Geochemistry) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders4/5(1).

Buy Handbook of Mineralogy. Volume I, Elements, Sulfides, Sulfosalts on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. The aim of this study was to have Sulfide mineralogy book insight into the sulfide mineralogy, mainly based on a book [1] that contains most of the sulfides mineralogical studies prior to the year In the first two chapters, the metal sulfides crystal structures and chemistries are reviewed.

Then, the electronic. The sulfide minerals represent higher temperatures and a slightly deeper setting than the sulfate minerals, which reflect the oxygen-rich environment near the Earth's es occur as primary accessory minerals in many different igneous rocks and in deep hydrothermal deposits that are closely related to igneous : Andrew Alden.

About RiM Volumes RiM Volumes Listed by Titles RiM Volumes Listed by Front Covers. Volume 1: Sulfide Mineralogy Paul H. Ribbe, editor. i-v + pages. ISBN ; ISBN13 Description Table of Contents. Short courses of mineralogical interest were begun in in conjunction with the annual meetings of the Geological Society of America.

volume 1 sulfides / sulfide mineralogy, $ 10 volume 2 feldspars / feldspar mineralogy, $ 10 volume 3 oxide minerals, $ 10 volume 4 mineralogy and geology of natural zeolites, $ 10 volume 5 orthoslicates, $ 10 volume 7 pyroxenes, $ 10 volume 8 kinetics of geochemical processes, $ 10 volume 9a amphiboles, and other hydrous pyriboles, $ B.

Mishra, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, 1 Sources and Commercial Methods. The extractable sulfide minerals are pentlandite ((Ni,Fe) 9 S 8) which contains a small amount of cobalt, and the most abundant pyrrhotite ((Fe n−1 S n) or (Ni,Fe) 7 S 8).Chalcopyrite is another major mineral for nickel sulfide ores that must be considered when choosing extractive processes.

Publisher Summary. This chapter is designed to illustrate the general principles of applied mineralogy. Applied mineralogy in the mining industry is the application of mineralogical information to understanding and solving problems encountered during exploration and mining, and during processing of ores, concentrates, smelter products, and related materials.

Free Online Library: Sulfide mineralogy and geochemistry.(Brief Article, Book Review) by "SciTech Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Science and.

The aim of this study was to have an insight in to the sulfide mineralogy, mainly based on a book [1] that contains most of the sulfides mineralogical studies prior to the year In the first two.

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Sulfide mineral, sulfide also spelled sulphide, any member of a group of compounds of sulfur with one or more metals. Most of the sulfides are simple structurally, exhibit high symmetry in their crystal forms, and have many of the properties of metals, including metallic lustre and electrical conductivity.

They often are strikingly coloured and. The Sulfide Class minerals comprise an economically important class of minerals. Most major ores of important metals such as copper, lead and silver are sulfides.

Strong generalities exist in this class. The majority of sulfides are metallic, opaque, generally sectile, soft to average in hardness and they have high densities, black or dark-colored streaks, and an igneous origin.

The sulphide minerals are compounds of the metals with sulphur. Nearly all these minerals have a metallic luster, i.e., the peculiar shining appearance of metals, such as gold, silver, copper, lead, tin, iron, etc. They are all heavy minerals and nearly all are of economic importance. Iron Pyrites or Pyrite.

FeS2. — Color, pale brass-yellow. Several review volumes that chart the applications of these developments in mineralogy and geochemistry are available (Tossell and Vaughan, ; Cygan and Kubicki, ). An important feature of the sulfide minerals is the diversity of their electronic structures, as evidenced by their electrical and magnetic properties (see Pearce et al.

Editorial Reviews "Introduction to Mineralogy, Third Edition, combines incredibly helpful optical data on minerals with the classic information of a mineralogy has done a masterful job creating what I think is hands down the best reference for optical characteristics. I view this book as a text for my students and as a future reference for them in their work as geologists Brand: Oxford University Press.The sulphide mineralogy of the Matchless massive sulphide deposit has been reviewed and the morphology, mineral chemistry and paragenesis of the opaque minerals described and related to .Book Review Sulfide mineralogy and geochemistry, edited by D.

J. Vaughan. Mineralogical Society of America and the Geochemical Society,p., $40, paperback (ISBN ). Sulfide minerals are a ubiquitous component in meteorites and other planetary materials, and they play an important role in planetary science from core Author: James P. Greenwood.