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Copper Sulphides

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Synonym of:Bornite, Chalcocite, Chalcopyrite, Covellite, Cubanite, Digenite, Djurleite, Isocubanite, Spionkopite, Yarrowite

A generic term often used in petrology and mining to cover any individual or mixture of copper (and copper iron) sulphides.

Classification of Copper Sulphides

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Other Names for Copper Sulphides

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