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Emilite from
Western ore field, Mittersill Scheelite deposit, Mittersill, Zell am See District, Salzburg, Austria

Locality type:Ore Field
Classification
Species:Emilite
Formula:Pb2.7Cu2.7Bi5.3S12
Confirmation
Validity:Valid - Type Locality
References
References:Balić-Žunić T., Topa, D., and Makovicky, E. (2002) The crystal structure of emilite, Cu10.7Pb10.7Bi21.3S48, the second 45 Å derivative of the bismuthinite-aikinite solid-solution series. Canadian Mineralogist: 40: 239-245; Lapis 29(5):42 (2004); Topa, D., Paar, W. H., Balić-Žunić, T. (2006): Emilite, Cu10.72Pb10.72Bi21.28S48, the last missing link of the bismuthinite-alkinite series? Canadian Mineralogist 44, 459-464.
Associated Minerals:
Associates:Cannizzarite
Galenobismutite
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Emilite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Western ore field, Mittersill Scheelite deposit, Mittersill, Zell am See District, Salzburg, Austria
 
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