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Spionkopite from
Ashadze 1, Ashadze hydrothermal area, Mid-Atlantic Ridge complex, Atlantic Ocean

Locality type:Hydrothermal Vent
Classification
Species:Spionkopite
Formula:Cu39S28
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:Firstova, A., Stepanova, T., Cherkashov, G., Goncharov, A., & Babaeva, S. (2016). Composition and formation of gabbro-peridotite hosted seafloor massive sulfide deposits from the Ashadze-1 hydrothermal field, Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Minerals, 6(1), 19.
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Spionkopite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Ashadze 1, Ashadze hydrothermal area, Mid-Atlantic Ridge complex, Atlantic Ocean
Nearest other occurrences of Spionkopite
60.9km (37.9 miles) Semyenov-2 Hydrothermal Field, Semenov region, Mid-Atlantic Ridge complex, Atlantic Ocean
 
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