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Comparing Leopold adit (Herrenwald vein), Belchen, Münstertal, Baden-Württemberg, Germany with Neue Weintraube Mine, Oder valley, St Andreasberg District, Lower Saxony, Germany

Comparing:

Leopold adit (Herrenwald vein), Belchen, Münstertal, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

with

Neue Weintraube Mine, Oder valley, St Andreasberg District, Lower Saxony, Germany

Mineral Lists

Leopold adit (Herrenwald vein), Belchen, Münstertal, Baden-Württemberg, GermanyNeue Weintraube Mine, Oder valley, St Andreasberg District, Lower Saxony, Germany
Anglesite
Ankerite
Arsenic
Baryte
Calcite
CerussiteCerussite
Chalcopyrite
Dolomite
Erythrite
Fluorite
GalenaGalena
HemimorphiteHemimorphite
HydrozinciteHydrozincite
Limonite
Malachite
Mimetite
Minium
Psilomelane
PyrargyritePyrargyrite
PyromorphitePyromorphite
QuartzQuartz
Siegenite-Violarite Series
SphaleriteSphalerite
Strontianite
Tetrahedrite
WulfeniteWulfenite
Total: 17Total: 18

Chemistry

Number of mineral & variety species for each element. Red indicates lower than total percentage of mineral species with that element, green indicates higher.

ElementLeopold adit (Herrenwald vein), Belchen, Münstertal, Baden-Württemberg, GermanyNeue Weintraube Mine, Oder valley, St Andreasberg District, Lower Saxony, GermanyTotal approved
H242899
C63399
O11114116
F10449
Mg10742
Si221496
P11595
S461053
Cl12406
Ca401326
Mn01623
Fe211230
Co0176
Cu03675
Zn33288
As12614
Sr10152
Mo1162
Ag11179
Sb12264
Ba10250
Pb47516

Statistics

Total Rows:26
Total Matches:9
Percent Matches:34.62%

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