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UM1995-35-SO:FePb

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Formula:
Fe3PbS6O14
The original paper reports the (Fe1.5Pb0.5)S3O7 formula
An intermediate/mixed-valence S compound, as a mixture with pyrite/marcasite from Amelia mine, Wisconsin. 'UM1995-34-SO:Fe', a thiosulphate, is also present.

The phase may form homogenous, black-gray patchy areas, ca. 50 microns in size.

Many similar, mostly Fe-dominant unnamed species are known from carbonate-hosted Zn-Pb and other deposits; compare viaeneite, Unnamed (Pb Thiosulphate); sidpietersite and fassinaite; Unnamed (Fe Subsulphite), Unnamed (Fe Sulphite), Unnamed (Zn Sulphite), Unnamed (Fe Pyrosulphite), Unnamed (Fe Sulphoxylane), Unnamed (Fe Thiosulphate II). You can compare Unnamed (Fe Oxysulphide), too.



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Chemical Properties of UM1995-35-SO:FePbHide

Formula:
Fe3PbS6O14

The original paper reports the (Fe1.5Pb0.5)S3O7 formula

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Health Risks:
No information on health risks for this material has been entered into the database. You should always treat mineral specimens with care.

References for UM1995-35-SO:FePbHide

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Kucha, H., Barnes, H.L. (1995): Compounds with mixed and intermediate sulfur valences in pyrite from the Amelia mine, southwest Wisconsin. Mineralium Deposita: 30: 78-8l; in: Jambor, J.L., Puziewicz, J., Roberts, A.C. (1995): New mineral names. American Mineralogist: 80: 1331
Smith, D.G.W., Nickel, E.H. (2007): A System of Codification for Unnamed Minerals: Report of the SubCommittee for Unnamed Minerals of the IMA Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification. Canadian Mineralogist: 45: 983-1055; http://nrmima.nrm.se/Valid2009_03.pdf (2016)

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  • Illinois
    • Jo Daviess Co.
      • Galena Mining District
Kucha, H., Barnes, H.L. (1995): Compounds with mixed and intermediate sulfur valences in pyrite from the Amelia mine, southwest Wisconsin. Mineralium Deposita: 30: 78-8l; in: Jambor, J.L., Puziewicz, J., Roberts, A.C. (1995): New mineral names. American Mineralogist: 80: 1331
 
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