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Willem Uytenbogaardt (1918-2012) RIP

Posted by Chris Stanley  
Willem Uytenbogaardt (1918-2012) RIP
May 30, 2012 03:24PM
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Prof Willem Uytenbogaardt, emeritus professor at Delft University of Technology and the Free University of Amsterdam has passed away at the age of 93. Professor Uytenbogaardt, in his days a prominent ore-microscopist, was co-author of “Tables for Microscopic Identification of Ore Minerals” together with E.A.J. Burke. The mineral uytenbogaardtite (Ag3AuS2) was named in his honour.

This is sad news relayed to me by Professor Voncken of Delft University of Technology and I send my sincere condolences to his friends and family and, indeed, the whole of the Dutch mineralogical community.

Chris S
avatar Re: Willem Uytenbogaardt (1918-2012) RIP
May 30, 2012 07:18PM
us    
This is always sad news. Do you know his birthday and month and his birth and death towns so his biographical entry may be updated?

Best Wishes, Van King
Monika
Re: Willem Uytenbogaardt (1918-2012) RIP
May 31, 2012 06:08PM
Zo geweldig en een groot persoon ..... Het was een eer om u te ontmoeten en deelnemen aan de dim leven ..... je blijft altijd in mijn hart .... Wim grootvader
Re: Willem Uytenbogaardt (1918-2012) RIP
June 08, 2012 03:23AM
I have the book “Tables for Microscopic Identification of Ore Minerals” by Uytenbogaardt and Burke.

It is a great work ... so much contributed by these two gentlemen!

John Attard,
avatar Re: Willem Uytenbogaardt (1918-2012) RIP
June 08, 2012 02:53PM
Yes, sad news, and we are grateful for this invaluable work he left us!

Regards,
Ralph
Re: Willem Uytenbogaardt (1918-2012) RIP
June 09, 2012 01:43PM
ca    
Thank goodness we have Uytenbogaardtite to remember him by.
Re: Willem Uytenbogaardt (1918-2012) RIP
June 11, 2012 10:36AM
Willem Uytenbogaardt

Amsterdam, 18-07-1918
Aalsmeer, 25-05-2012
Re: Willem Uytenbogaardt (1918-2012) RIP
June 18, 2012 03:13PM
gb    
Regarding uytenbogaardtite, Ernst Burke has provided an updated list of localities. Could a mindat editor please update the list accordingly?

Barton, Kieft, Burke, Oen (1978): Canadian Mineralogist, 16, 651-657
Three type localities of the mineral:
Tambang Sawah, Rejang Lebong District (Rediang Lebong District), Bengkulu Province (Benkoelen Province; Benkulen Province), Sumatera Island (Sumatra Island), Indonesia
Zmeinogorsk Mine (Zmyeinogorsk Mine; Snake Mountain Mine; Schlangenberg Mine), Zmeevka Stream, Korbalikha River, Alei River Basin, Rudnyi Altai, Altaiskii Krai, Western-Siberian Region, Russia
Comstock District, Storey Co., Nevada, USA

Chen, Guo, Zen (1979): Kexue Tongbao, 24, 843-848 (reported as “liujinyinite”)
??? Guandong province
??? Anhui province
??? Gansu province

Leonard, Christian (1987) Mineralogy & Petrology, 36, 151-168
Thunder Mountain caldera complex, Valley County, Idaho, USA

Sheets, Bodnar, Craig, Ausburn (1988): Geol. Soc Am., Abstr. Programs 20, A142
Morning Star deposit, San Bernardino County, California, USA

W. Fuchs (1992), Pers. Comm. in Castor & Sjoberg (1993)
??? gold prospect in Montana, USA

Castor, Sjoberg (1993): Canadian Mineralogist, 31, 89-98
Original (New) Bullfrog mine, Bullfrog district, Nye County, Nevada, USA
Lac Bullfrog mine, Bullfrog district, Nye County, Nevada, USA

Ďuďa (1993): Mineralien Welt, 5, 20-32
Kremnica, Žiar nad Hronom Co., Banská Bystrica Region, Slovakia

Milesi, Marcoux, Nehlig, Sunarya, Sukander, Felenc (1994): Econnomic Geology, 89, 227-246
Cirotan mine, Cikotok Gold District, Banten Province, Jawa Island (Java Island), Indonesia

Anthony, Williams, Wilson, Grant (1995): Mineralogy of Arizona, 3rd.ed., 409
Comstock mine, Dos Cabezas (Two Heads) District, Dos Cabezas Mts, Cochise Co., Arizona, USA

Eckel, Cobban, Mosburg (1997): Minerals of Colorado
Equity Mine, Creede District, Mineral Co., Colorado, USA
North Amethyst vein, Creede District, Mineral Co., Colorado, USA

Dill (1998): Mineralium Deposita 33, 359-378
Milluri mine, Potosí Department, Antonio Quijarro Province, Bolivia

De Brodtkorb (2002): Las Especies Minerales de la Republica Argentina. Vol. 1 (elements, sulphides and sulphosalts)
Nevados de Famatina (La Estrechura) Cu-Au deposit, La Rioja Province, Sierra de Famatina, La Mejicana district, Argentina
Cerro Vanguardia deposit, Macizo del Deseado, Santa Cruz Province, Argentina
Menantial Espego deposit, Macizo del Deseado, Santa Cruz Province, Argentina

Warmada, Lehmann, Simandjuntak (2003): Canadian Mineralogist 41, 185-200
Gunung Pongkor mine, Bogor District, Jawa Barat Province (West Java Province), Jawa Island (Java Island), Indonesia

Castor, Ferdock (2003): Minerals of Nevada, NBMG Spec. Publ. 31
Dean Mine (Cumberland mine), Lewis District, Lander Co., Nevada, USA
Bullfrog Mine, Bullfrog Hills, Beatty, Nye Co., Nevada, USA
Life Preserver mine, Tolicha District, Nye Co., Nevada, USA

Anthony, Bideaux, Bladh, Nichols (2003): Handbook of Mineralogy, Vol. I
Gayskoe (Gayskoye; Gaiskoye) Zn-Cu deposit, Gay, Orenburgskaya Oblast', Southern Urals, Urals Region, Russia

Aldridge (2005) MSc Thesis, Camborne School of Mines. University of Exeter.
Piers Gill, 1km north of Scafell summit, Wasdale, Cumbria, United Kingdom

Dunin-Barkovskaya, Aripov, Tsoy, Kim (2005): GEOCHEMISTRY, MINERALOGY AND PETROLOGY SOFIA, 43, 69-74
Kochbulak gold-silver deposit, Chatkal-Kuraminskii Range, Angren Region, Tashkent (Toshkent) Viloyati, Uzbekistan
Kayragach gold mine, Uzbekistan

Chauvet, Bailly, André, Monié, Cassard, Tajada, Vargas, Tuduri (2006): Mineralium Deposita 41, 387-410.
Paula mine, Shila-Paula District, Castilla Province, Arequipa Department, Peru
Shila mine, Shila-Paula District, Castilla Province, Arequipa Department, Peru

Majzlan (2009): Mineralia Slovaca, 41, 45-54
Rabenstein, Hodruša - Hámre (Hodritsch), Žarnovica Co., Banská Bystrica Region, Slovakia

Pal’yanova, Savva (2007): Russian Geology and Geophysics, 48, 799-810
Ulakhan deposit, Magadanskaya Oblast, Far-Eastern Region, Russia

Savva, Pal’yanova (2008): Russian Mineralogical Society, RMS DPI 2008-2-97-0
Yuny deposit, Magadanskaya Oblast, Far-Eastern Region, Russia

Proskurnin, Palyanova, Karmanov, Bagaeva, Gavrish, Petrushkov (2011) Doklady Akademii Nauk, 441, 527–531
Konechnoe gold ore occurrence, Taimyr Peninsula, Taymyrskiy Autonomous Okrug, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia

Mugas-Lobos, Márquez-Zavalía, Galliski (2011) SGA Conference, SGA2011_0062.pdf
Don Sixto mining project, Mendoza province, Argentina

Cocker, Mauk, Rabone (2012): Mineralium Deposita, DOI: 10.1007/s00126-012-0410-y
Broken Hills deposit, Hauraki goldfield, Waikato, North Island, New Zealand

Savva, Pal’yanova, Byankin (2012): Russian Geology and Geophysics, 53, 457-466
Kupol deposit, Chukotskii Autonomous Okrug, Far-Eastern Region, Russia

Localities based on references in Pal’yanova & Savva (2008) Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Engineering, 42, 749-761:
Kyzylalmasay gold-silver deposit, Uzbekistan
Maikain gold deposit, Pavlodar Province (Pavlodar Oblysy; Pavlodarskaya Oblast'), Kazakhstan
Khopto gold deposit, Tuva Republic, EasterSiberia Region, Russia
Uchalinskoe gold deposit, Urals Region, Russia
In the Okhotsk-Chukotka belt, Chukotskii Autonomous Okrug, Far-Eastern Region, Russia:
Kubaka deposit
Dzhuletta deposit
Yakutskoe deposit
Alfa deposit
Dorozhnoe deposit
Shkolnoe deposit
Kline deposit
Igumenovskoe deposit
Kuchukan deposit
Solnechnoe deposit
Pechaninskoe deposit
Agatovskoe deposit
avatar Re: Willem Uytenbogaardt (1918-2012) RIP
June 18, 2012 04:03PM
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Leonard, Christian (1987) Mineralogy & Petrology, 36, 151-168
Thunder Mountain caldera complex, Valley County, Idaho, USA

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Identified silver minerals are: native silver and electrum; the sulfides acanthite, argentite (the latter always inverted to acanthite), and members of the Silberkies group; the sulfosalts matildite, miargyrite, pyrargyrite, argentian tetrahedrite, and unnamed Ag-Sb-S and Ag-Fe-Sb-S minerals; the telluride hessite and the selenide naumannite; halides of the cerargyrite group; and the antimonate stetefeldtite. Suspected silver minerals include the sulfide uytenbogaardtite and the sulfosalts andorite, diaphorite, and polybasite. Electrum, acanthite, and argentian tetrahedrite are common, though nowhere abundant. The other silver minerals are rare.

Has there actually been any uytenbogaardite positively identified?
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