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Unnamed (Cu-Mo Sulphide II)

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Formula:
Cu8MoS9
A member of a group of similar compounds of the Zechstein Cu-bearing deposits of the Fore-Sudetic Monocline, Poland. Compare 'castaingite', Unnamed (Cu-Mo Sulphide) and Unnamed (Cu-Mo Sulphide III).


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Formula:
Cu8MoS9

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Kucha, H., Marcinkowski. B. (1976): Nowe dane o minerałach molibdenu, rtęci i bizmutu ze złóż miedzi na monoklinie przedsudeckiej. Rudy i Met. Nieżel.: 11: 420–422 [in Polish]

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