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Definition of Arsenopyrite

Arsenopyrite
Arsenopyrite Ar`sen*o*pyr"ite, n. [Arsenic + pyrite.] (Min.) A mineral of a tin-white color and metallic luster, containing arsenic, sulphur, and iron; -- also called arsenical pyrites and mispickel.

Meaning of Arsenopyrite from wikipedia

- ****nopyrite is an iron ****nic sulfide (Fe****). It is a hard (Mohs 5.5-6) metallic, opaque, steel grey to silver white mineral with a relatively high...
- of molybdenum is Mo4+. The mineral ****nopyrite has the formula Fe****. Whereas pyrite has S2 subunits, ****nopyrite has [****] units, formally derived from...
- ****ni**** album is prepared by separating ****nic from iron (as in ****nopyrite), cobalt, or nickel by baking at high temperatures. The powder is then...
- c****iterite, scheelite, bi****h, quartz, pyrite, galena, sphalerite, and ****nopyrite. This mineral was historically found in Europe in Bohemia, Saxony, and...
- typically 3:1 with minor nickel substituting. It forms a series with ****nopyrite (Fe****). It is an opaque grey to tin-white typically found as m****ive...
- invisible (typically microscopic and/or dissolved) gold in pyrite and ****nopyrite. This dissolved kind of gold is called "Invisible Gold", as it can only...
- random irregularities. It occurs in a wide range of minerals including ****nopyrite, pyrite and magnetite. Rudolf Duda and Lubos Rejl: Minerals of the World...
- contain tourmaline, topaz, fluorite, apatite, wolframite, molybdenite, and ****nopyrite. The mineral occurs extensively in Cornwall as surface deposits on Bodmin...
- metals such as mercury if present. Gold can also be ****ociated with ****nopyrite (Fe****), which is similar to iron pyrite (fool's gold), wherein half...
- The co-smelting of oxidic and sulphidic ores such as malachite and ****nopyrite together. This method has been demonstrated to work well, with little...
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