Unnamed (Pd-Bi Chloride)
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Classification of Unnamed (Pd-Bi Chloride)
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Physical Properties of Unnamed (Pd-Bi Chloride)
Chemical Properties of Unnamed (Pd-Bi Chloride)
|Simplified for copy/paste:||(Pd,Pt)x(Bi,Te)yCl|
|All elements listed in formula:||Bi, Cl, Pd, Pt, Te|
|Analytical Data:||Results from two electron microprobe analyses each, of two samples|
Sample 1 Sample 2
1 2 1 2
Pt (0.99) (0.95) (1.28) (1.22)
Pd (27.42) (26.84) (27.95) (28.44)
Te (0.35) (0.33) (0.29) (0.21)
Bi (59.21) (58.93) (55.87) (55.98)
Cl (5.43) (4.87) (5.64) (5.01)
Total 92.41 90.97 89.75 89.64
|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 Unnamed (Pd-Bi Chloride)
Yang, X.-Z., Ishihara, S., and Zhao, D.-H. (2006): Genesis of the Jinchuan PGE deposit, China: evidence from fluid inclusions, mineralogy and geochemistry of precious elements. Mineralogy and Petrology 86 (1/2), 109-128.
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