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Hessite from Beryozovsky, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia

  • Sverdlovsk Oblast
    • Beryozovsky
Vikent'eva, O., & Vikentev, I. (2016, April). Occurrence modes of As, Sb, Te, Bi, Ag in sulfide assemblages of gold deposits of the Urals. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 123, No. 1, p. 012028). IOP Publishing.; Lehmann, B., Heinhorst, J., Hein, U., Neumann, M., Weisser, J. D., & Fedesejev, V. (1999). The Bereznjakovskoje gold trend, southern Urals, Russia. Mineralium Deposita, 34(3), 241-249.
Borishanskaya, S.S., Shteynberg, D.S. [Боришанская, С.С., Штейнберг Д.С.] (1941): Hessite. Altaite [Гессит. Алтаит]. In: Fersman, A.E., Betekhtin, A.G. (eds.), Mineralogy of the Urals, Volume II [Ферсман, А.Е., Бетехтин, А.Г. Минералогия Урала, Том II]. USSR Academy of Science Press [Из-во УФАН СССР], Moskow - Leningrad, 318-319 (in Russian); Kobyashev, Yu.S., Nikandrov, S.N. [Кобяшев, Ю.С., Никандров, С.Н.] (2007): Minerals of the Ural Mountains (mineral species and varieties) [Минералы Урала (минеральные виды и разновидности)]. Izdatel'stvo Kvadrat, Ekaterinburg, 312 pp. (in Russian).
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