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Magnetite spinellite

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A spinellite containing magnetite

An eruptive iron ore occurring at Routivara, Sweden, and consisting of magnetite (in part titaniferous), spinel, and smaller amounts of olivine, pyroxene, apatite, and pyrrhotite. The ore contains about 14% titanic oxide.

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