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GEW-94FVeszelyite

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Gejiu Co., Honghe, Yunnan, China

Dimensions: 55 mm x 32 mm x 32 mm
Largest Crystal Size: 4 mm

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It Is a new place of origin in Yunnan
Is found in the contact zone between the phosphate zone and the lead-zinc-copper oxide belt. The mining area is 3600 to 3800 meters above sea level. The mine is also located in a water source protection zone. Therefore, the mining in this area is already prohibited ! This batch of sample is obtained from a geologists Involving in the exploration of this area .
The crystal is tested that it containing about 3% of lead, about 22% of zinc,and about 20% of copper. With hydroxyl and phosphate ion.
Copyright: © Chan Ming Hei      Photo ID: 858858     Uploaded by: Paul MH Chan   View Count: 66   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1024 x 768 pixels (0.8 Mpix)

4FM-2GCMimetite, Vanadinite

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Gowd Mine, Anarak District, Nain County, Isfahan, Iran

Dimensions: 30 mm x 45 mm x 35 mm

It is vanadinite and mimetite, combined with each other, in the original crystalline forms, and speudomorf.
Analyses in Germany.
Photo ID: 732140     Uploaded by: Paul MH Chan   View Count: 124   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 768 x 1024 pixels (0.8 Mpix)
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