Definition of Melanterite. Meaning of Melanterite. Synonyms of Melanterite

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Definition of Melanterite

Melanterite
Melanterite Me*lan"ter*ite, n. (Min.) A hydrous sulphate of iron of a green color and vitreous luster; iron vitriol.

Meaning of Melanterite from wikipedia

- Melanterite is a mineral form of hydrous iron(II) sulfate: FeSO4·7H2O. It is the iron analogue of the copper sulfate chalcanthite. It alters to siderotil...
- Rozenite, white, relatively common, may be dehydratation product of melanterite) FeSO4·5H2O (mineral: Siderotil, relatively rare) FeSO4·6H2O (mineral:...
- Hexahydrite MgSO4·6H2O Epsomite MgSO4·7H2O Meridianiite MgSO4·11H2O Melanterite FeSO4·7H2O Antlerite Cu3SO4(OH)4 Brochantite Cu4SO4(OH)6 Alunite KAl3(SO4)2(OH)6...
- Surrey, England, after which it was named. It occurs in ****ociation with melanterite, gypsum, halotrichite, pickeringite, alunogen, rozenite and mirabilite...
- hydrates. III. The determination of the crystal structure of FeSO4(H2O)7 (melanterite)" Acta Crystallographica 1964, volume 17, p1167-p1174. doi:10.1107/S0365110X64003000...
- R (February 2006). "Alpersite (Mg,Cu)SO4·7H2O, a new mineral of the melanterite group, and cuprian pentahydrite: Their occurrence within mine waste"...
- hydrous iron sulfate forms a white powder consisting of the mineral melanterite, FeSO4·7H2O. This disintegration of marcasite in mineral collections...
- mining district of Gunnison County, Colorado, United States, and is named for its zinc content and its resemblance to melanterite. Mindat Webmineral data...
- humidity at less than 21 °C (70 °F) as an alteration of copper-free melanterite, which is a post mine alteration product of pyrite or marcasite. It also...
- marcasite). Occurs ****ociated with alunogen, pickeringite, epsomite, melanterite, gypsum and native sulfur. Occurrences include Mount Vesuvius, Italy...
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