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Improving Mindat.orgNative sulphur??

9th Oct 2009 09:39 UTCŁukasz Kruszewski Expert

Native sulphur of burning coal dumps has many habits, but the mineral presented on the photo:


looks rather like a copiapite-group mineral or similar Fe-bearing sulphate, than native sulphur.


Luke K.

9th Oct 2009 11:07 UTCPavel Kartashov Manager

I am agree - magnesiocopiapite. Message to author is sent.

9th Oct 2009 16:08 UTCGábor Mesics Expert

Corrected. Thanks for the help.

10th Oct 2009 14:20 UTCUwe Kolitsch Manager

Changed to "Copiapite-group mineral (visual ID)".
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