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Definition of Golden marcasite

Golden marcasite
Marcasite Mar"ca*site, n. [F. marcassite; cf. It. marcassita, Sp. marquesita, Pg. marquezita; all fr. Ar. marqash[=i]tha.] (Min.) A sulphide of iron resembling pyrite or common iron pyrites in composition, but differing in form; white iron pyrites. Golden marcasite, tin. [Obs.]

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- solar cells made entirely of pyrite. Pyrite is used to make marcasite jewelry. Marcasite jewelry, made from small faceted pieces of pyrite, often set...
- start fires. Before the advent of steel, a variety of iron pyrite or marcasite was used with flint and other stones to produce a high-temperature spark...
- Ludlamite Ludwigite Magnesite Malachite Marialite-meionite Wernerite (var.) Marcasite Meliphanite Mellite Mesolite Microcline Microlite Milarite Millerite Mimetite...
- Howlite Jade Jasper Kyanite Labradorite Lapis lazuli Larimar Malachite Marcasite Moonstone Obsidian Onyx Opal Peridot P****lite Quartz (smoky) Ruby Sapphire...
- by 85% due to the increase in gold prices, according to a 2011 report. Marcasite jewelry Baker, Lillian. Fifty Years of Collectable Fashion Jewelry. Paducah:...
- less old – the golden treasures of Hotnitsa, Durankulak, artifacts from the Kurgan settlement of Yunatsite near Pazardzhik, the golden treasure Sakar...
- before being cooled. These bubbles can produce interesting effects such as a golden sheen (sheen obsidian). An iridescent, rainbow-like sheen (fire obsidian)...
- retained. Common goethite pseudomorphs include pyrite, siderite, and marcasite, though any iron(II)-bearing mineral could become a goethite pseudomorph...
- referred to as "amber" are often created and patented to emulate the o****nt golden warmth of the fossil. The scent of amber was originally derived from emulating...
- The veins contain pitchblende, autunite and uranophane, with accessory marcasite and barite. Extraction started in 1954, by underground mining. Uranium...