- The mineral pyrite
(/ˈpaɪraɪt/), or iron pyrite, also known
as fool's gold, is an iron sulfide
with the chemical formula
FeS2 (iron (II) disulfide). Pyrite...
- Typical auriferous greenschist
gold ore from the Homestake
Mine. Two small
m****es of native
gold (Au) are visible
near the bottom
- Fernando; Corgne, Alexandre
(2017). "Plume-subduction interaction forms large auriferous
Communications. 8 (1): 843. Bibcode:2017NatCo...8....
- 𓆎𓅓𓏏𓊖 khmi ), meaning
'black earth', which refers
to the fertile
soil of the Nile valley, as opposed
to red desert
- from the Twin Cr****s mine, Nevada, near the Getc**** Mine. This is an auriferous
, silicified-decalcified siltstone/mudstone from the Comus Formation
- the higher-grade lodes, and then subjected
pyrite-telluride concentrate. The concentrate
is then treated
at an IsaMill...
- interauricular, scout
†auricula auricul- aurum
aur- gold aurate, aureate, aureole, auriferous
, aurification, aurous, dory, inaurate, inauration, oriole, orpiment
of years. In case of artifacts allegedly found
in the Eocene auriferous gravels
in his book Forbidden...
- Africa. The Akan goldfields, according
Bakewell, were the "highly auriferous
area in the forest country between
rivers." The Akan...
- platinum mines
of Chocó line some of its confluence, and the river sands
and its toxic leavings
have adversely affected river