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Electrum from
Doyashiki deposit, Hanaoka mine, Odate, Akita, Japan

Locality type:Deposit
Classification
Species:'Electrum' (not an IMA approved species)
Formula:(Au, Ag)
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:Kitazono, S., & Ueno, H. (2003). Mineralogical and genetical aspects of the Doyashiki Kuroko deposits, Hokuroku basin, Japan. Resource Geology, 53(2), 143-153.
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Electrum data
Locality Data:Click here to view Doyashiki deposit, Hanaoka mine, Odate, Akita, Japan
Nearest other occurrences of Electrum
2.7km (1.7 miles) Shakanai mine, Odate, Akita, Japan
9.1km (5.6 miles) Ezuri mine, Odate, Akita, Japan
15.0km (9.3 miles) Furutobe mine (Furutohbe mine), Kosaka, Akita, Japan
28.3km (17.6 miles) Nurukawa mine, Hirakawa City, Aomori, Japan
 
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