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Fassinaite from Hütten, Leogang, Zell am See District, Salzburg, Austria

Austria
 
  • Salzburg
    • Zell am See District
      • Leogang
        • Hütten
          • Schwarzleograben
            • Schwarzleo mining district
U. Kolitsch (2010): Pb2(S2O3)(CO3): The first naturally occurring thiosulphate carbonate and its atomic arrangement. Oral presentation, 20th General Meeting of the IMA (IMA2010), Budapest, Hungary, August 21-27; abstract in CD of Abstracts, p. 489; Bindi, L., Nestola, F., Kolitsch, U., Guastoni, A. & Zorzi, F. (2011): Fassinaite, Pb2+2(S2O3)(CO3), the first mineral with coexisting thiosulphate and carbonate groups: description and crystal structure. Mineralogical Magazine, 75, 2721-2732.
Bindi, L., Nestola, F., Kolitsch, U., Guastoni, A. & Zorzi, F. (2011): Fassinaite, Pb2+2(S2O3)(CO3), the first mineral with coexisting thiosulphate and carbonate groups: description and crystal structure. Mineralogical Magazine, 75, 2721-2732; U. Kolitsch, L. Bindi, F. Nestola, A. Guastoni, F. Zorzi and R. Poeverlein (2012): Fassinait, ein neues Bleimineral aus Italien, Österreich und Deutschland. Lapis 37 (1), 52-53; 62 (in German).
U. Kolitsch, L. Bindi, F. Nestola, A. Guastoni, F. Zorzi and R. Poeverlein (2012): Fassinait, ein neues Bleimineral aus Italien, Österreich und Deutschland. Lapis 37 (1), 52-53; 62 (in German).
 
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