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Wroewolfeite from
Mascot Mine (Gorham Lead mine; Galena King mine), Gorham, Coos Co., New Hampshire, USA

Locality type:Mine
Classification
Species:Wroewolfeite
Formula:Cu4(SO4)(OH)6 · 2H2O
Comments:SEM-EDS analysis at Excalibur Minerals (Tony Nickershir) suggests wroewolfeite as the identity of this unknown from the site; but visual observations - color and shape - put this in doubt. XRD analysis is needed...

Known from only a single specimen as of Oct. '04.
Habit:Crude arrowhead shaped (or "spearmint leaf" shaped) micro-crystals in clusters and flat radial sprays on matrix.
Colour:Pale green.
Luminescent properties:none
Abundance at site:Very Rare
Confirmation
Validity:Unconfirmed/Questioned
References
References:A. Plante collection.
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Wroewolfeite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Mascot Mine (Gorham Lead mine; Galena King mine), Gorham, Coos Co., New Hampshire, USA
 
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