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17th Aug 2019 14:08 BSTTarik Re

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What kind of mineral is this?

17th Aug 2019 14:59 BSTLouis Zulli

It is a rock. It contains a variety of minerals. The light gray, glassy mineral is quartz. The more whitish mineral is probably feldspar. Not sure what the dark minerals are. The orange coloration is likely due to iron oxide minerals.

17th Aug 2019 21:04 BSTPeter Slootweg

The small golden cubes are most likely pyrite crystals. They are set in quartz with some iron staining as Louis mentioned.

17th Aug 2019 23:48 BSTPaul Brandes Manager

Welcome to Mindat, Tarik?

Before posting anymore "what is this" questions, please read the following page for help in conducting some very useful tests on your specimen. The results will help us greatly in determining what you may have>

 
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