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Petzite from
Koronuda Au-Cu Deposit (Koronouda), Kilkis, Central Macedonia, Greece

Locality type:Deposit
Classification
Species:Petzite
Formula:Ag3AuTe2
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:Voudouris, P., Spry, P. G., Melfos, V., & Alfieris, D. (2007). Tellurides and bismuth sulfosalts in gold occurrences of Greece: mineralogy and genetic considerations. Geological Survey of Finland Guide, 53, 85-94.
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Petzite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Koronuda Au-Cu Deposit (Koronouda), Kilkis, Central Macedonia, Greece
Nearest other occurrences of Petzite
67.4km (41.9 miles) A Bučim Mine (Bucim Mine; Buchim Mine; Bučim deposit), Radoviš (Radovish), North Macedonia
89.6km (55.7 miles) B Allchar (Alšar; Alsar; Alshar), Rožden (Rozhden; Roszdan), Kavadarci, North Macedonia
187.2km (116.3 miles) C Radka Mine, Levski, Panagyurishte (Panagurishte) Obshtina, Pazardzhik Province, Bulgaria
207.8km (129.1 miles) D Chelopech Au-Cu Mine, Chelopech, Sofia City Province, Bulgaria
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