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Combarbalite

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Name:For the locality.
A variety of Soapstone

Multicolored variety of soapstone from the vicinity of Combarbalá, Choapa Province, Coquimbo Region, Chile.

Classification of Combarbalite

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Health Warning:No information on health risks for this material has been entered into the database. You should always treat mineral specimens with care.

References for Combarbalite

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Kelm, U., Pincheira, M., Oyarzún, J., & Sucha, V. (2001). Combarbalá advanced argillic alteration zone, Chile: geology, geochemistry, mineralogy and mineralization potential. Applied Earth Science, 110(2), 91-102.

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  • Localities for Combarbalite

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    Chile
     
    • Coquimbo Region
      • Choapa Province
    Kelm, U., Pincheira, M., Oyarzún, J., & Sucha, V. (2001). Combarbalá advanced argillic alteration zone, Chile: geology, geochemistry, mineralogy and mineralization potential. Applied Earth Science, 110(2), 91-102.
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