Unnamed (Co-analogue of Ktenasite)
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A Zn-free, Co-dominant analogue of ktenasite, confirmed by a crystal-structure refinement (U. Kolitsch, to be published). The Co-rich solid solution member described by Sarp et al. (1990), with Co>Ni>Zn may be the same species.
A joint proposal on the nomenclature of ktenasite-type minerals is in preparation (Leverett et al., 2009-2012).
Classification of Unnamed (Co-analogue of Ktenasite)
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Chemical Properties of Unnamed (Co-analogue of Ktenasite)
|Simplified for copy/paste:||Co(Cu,Co)4(SO4)2(OH)6·6H2O|
|Essential elements:||Co, Cu, H, O, S|
|All elements listed in formula:||Co, Cu, H, O, S|
|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 (Co-analogue of Ktenasite)
Sarp, H., Perroud, P. & Camerola, M. (1990): Cobalt nickel-kténasite de la mine de Cap Garonne (Var), France, nouvelle variété de kténasite. Schweiz. Mineral. Petrogr. Mitt., 70, 333-335. (in French)
Golze, R., Henrich, M., Hucko, S. & Stötzel, N. (2013): Siegerland & Westerwald. Bergbaugeschichte - Mineralienschätze - Fundorte. Edition Krüger-Stiftung, Bode Verlag, Salzhemmendorf, Germany, 800 pp. (photo on p. 301)
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Localities for Unnamed (Co-analogue of Ktenasite)
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Locality Updated: Carthage meteorite, Smith Co., Tennessee, USAFrom Lon Clay Hill, 19th Dec 2014 22:46:36