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Definition of Smaltite

Smaltite
Smaltine Smalt"ine, Smaltite Smalt"ite, n. [See Smalt.] (Min.) A tin-white or gray mineral of metallic luster. It is an arsenide of cobalt, nickel, and iron. Called also speiskobalt.

Meaning of Smaltite from wikipedia

- Smaltite is a variety of the mineral skutterudite consisting of cobalt iron nickel ****nide: (Co,Fe,Ni)As2. Smaltite crystallizes in the cubic system with...
- Sincosite Sinkankasite Sinoite Skaergaardite Sklodowskite Skutterudite Smaltite Smectite (a group of clay minerals) Smithsonite Sodalite Soddyite Sonolite...
- blue-colored gl****. Smalt is produced by melting a mixture of roasted mineral smaltite, quartz and pot****ium carbonate, which yields a dark blue silicate gl****...
- Fe[As2] Penroseite (Ni,Co,Cu)Se2 Pyrite Fe[S2] Rammelsbergite Ni[As2] Smaltite/Safflorite Co[As2] Sperrylite PtAs2 Trogtalite CoSe2 ****te Ni[S2] Villamaninite...
- troublesome nature of the typical ****nical ores of this metal (cobaltite and smaltite) which polluted other mined elements. The kobold's origins are obscure...
- It was discovered in Skuterud Mines, Modum, Buskerud, Norway, in 1845. Smaltite is a synonym for the mineral. Notable occurrences include Cobalt, Ontario...
- oxidized zones of copper deposits. ****ociated minerals include: bi****ite, smaltite, native bi****h, atelestite, erythrite, malachite and barite. It was discovered...
- cleavage surfaces. It is soluble in acids. It is formed by the alteration of smaltite (Co,Fe,Ni)As2 and sphalerite ZnS. in oxidized zones of ****nical ores containing...
- to Barnes. The discovery in the Fall of 1907, involved the finding of a smaltite vein 2-6 inches wide containing 11,000 ounces of "wire silver" per ton...
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