Unnamed (NH4 Thiosulphate)
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Found around coal-fire gas vents in burning coal banks.
Classification of Unnamed (NH4 Thiosulphate)
|IMA status:||Unnamed - invalid|
|Explanation of status:||Anthropogenic phase.|
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Chemical Properties of Unnamed (NH4 Thiosulphate)
|Simplified for copy/paste:||(NH4)2(S2O3)|
|Essential elements:||H, N, O, S|
|All elements listed in formula:||H, N, 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 (NH4 Thiosulphate)
Stracher, G.B., Finkelman, R.B., Hower, J.C., Pone, J.D.N., Prakash, A., Blake, D.R., Schroeder, P.A., Emsbo-Mattingly, S.D., and O'Keefe, J.M.K. (2009): Natural and anthropogenic coal fires. In: Umran Dogan, A., and Cutler, J. (eds.): Encyclopedia of Earth. Environmental Information Coalition, National Council for Science and the Environment, Cleveland (Washington, D.C.)
Internet Links for Unnamed (NH4 Thiosulphate)
Localities for Unnamed (NH4 Thiosulphate)
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New Locality Added: Puerto Lápice meteorite, Castile-La Mancha, SpainFrom Lon Clay Hill, 29th Jul 2014 01:26:08