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Secondary mineralogy and microtextures of weathered

 · The secondary mineralogy and microtextures of weathered waste-rock dumps derived from the mining of galena-sphalerite ore in quartz veins containing manganoan carbonates were examined using back-scattered electron imaging X-ray diffraction and chemical analysis.

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Formation of Chrysocolla and Secondary Copper

Intense weathering of copper orebodies in New South Wales and Queensland Australia has produced an unusual suite of secondary copper minerals comprising chrysocolla azurite malachite and the phosphates libethenite and pseudomalachite. The phosphates persist in outcrop and show a marked zoning with libethenite confined to near-surface areas.

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ASX SIGNIFICANT COPPER MINERALISATION RELEASE

 · Copper minerals reported from chip logging included malachite and chrysocolla from within the weathered zone (the base of weathering is variable typically extending to

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Mineral Deposits Meaning and Composition Geology

 · This is a banded rich green mineral. It occurs in the oxidation zone of copper ore deposits together with iron oxides and other secondary copper minerals such as cuprite chalcocite and chrysocolla. It also occurs as stalactitic nodular forms. Composition Cu 2 (OH) 2 3 vi. Azurite Azurite generally forms with malachite.

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Mode of Occurrence and Mineralogy of Northern Khetri

 · the bench and ramp faces are weathered and transformed to secondary minerals (Figure 2(f)) The area has undergone intense folding which has resulted in fre-quent changes in the strike of the formations in the area. 5. Mode of Occurrences Geologically copper mineralization is reported in the Alwar and Ajabgarh series

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Copper isotope ratios in magmatic and hydrothermal ore

Copper minerals prepared by direct dissolution with and without chromatographic purification yield identical Cu isotope ratios within analytic precision of about 0.04‰ (1σ). Cu isotope ratios have been measured for copper minerals from worldwide magmatic and hydrothermal copper deposits and for several weathered deposits.

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Primary and Secondary Minerals Soil Science

 · The secondary minerals are formed at the earth s surface by weathering on the pre-existing primary minerals under variable conditions of temperature and pressure. During weathering water accompanied by CO 2 from the atmosphere plays an important role in processes like hydrolysis hydration and solution. As a result the primary minerals are

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Mineral GalleryTHE ARIZONA COPPER MINES

The uranium and vanadium minerals of Arizona come from locations mostly in the Northern part of the state whereas the copper mines are generally limited to the southern portion. The minerals that are produced from these deposits are included in the table below with the copper mine minerals for a more complete look at the ore mineralogy of Arizona.

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Weathering of sulfidic shale and copper mine waste

 · Secondary minerals and precipitates. Secondary minerals form from alteration of primary minerals by weathering. Processes that can lead to precipitation of secondary minerals include evaporation oxidation reduction dilution mixing and neutralization (Alpers and others 1994). Secondary weathering products sampled for this study include precipitates that form ochre deposits in

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Secondary minerals of weathered orpiment-realgar-bearing

 · Secondary minerals. Secondary minerals in the tailings include gypsum native sulfur arsenates arsenic oxides As-gypsum or sulfur-bearing arsenates (S

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Major Mines Projects Phu Kham Mine

Chalcopyrite and bornite are the dominant primary copper minerals in skarn stockwork and disseminated mineralisation. Gangue mineralogy is mainly quartz mica and pyrite with signifi cant kaolinite clay and talc-related magnesium silicate content within the weathered zones.

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Chemical Weatherin ofUSGS

 · primary minerals to the most weathered products appears to be nearly continuous. development of clay minerals in the weathering rinds suggests that the clay minerals form more slowly than is commonly assumed and identifies secondary weathering products and docu­

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THERMAL EMISSION SPECTRAL MODELING OF

 · performs well modeling of weathered surfaces is prob-lematic. SEM image classifications show that the weathe ring rinds are comprised mostly of primary minerals and the proportions of primary phases is the same in the rinds and unweathered rocks. The abundance of secondary phases is estimated to be 20 in the examined weath-ering rinds.

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Secondary mineralogy and microtextures of weathered

 · The secondary mineralogy and microtextures of weathered waste-rock dumps derived from the mining of galena-sphalerite ore in quartz veins containing manganoan carbonates were examined using back-scattered electron imaging X-ray diffraction and chemical analysis.

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Secondary mineralogy and microtextures of weathered

Abstract The secondary mineralogy and microtextures of weathered waste-rock dumps derived from the mining of galena-sphalerite ore in quartz veins containing manganoan carbonates were examined using back-scattered electron imaging X-ray diffraction and chemical analysis. Sphalerite pyrrhotite and arsenopyrite were coated or replaced by iron oxyhydroxides in the earliest stage of the

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THERMAL EMISSION SPECTRAL MODELING OF

 · rinds are composed dominantly of primary minerals. Secondary minerals infill small cracks in the rinds and make up a relatively small percentage of the total vol-ume. The mixture of primary minerals and fine-grained secondary phases leads to nonlinear mixing of compo-nent spectra which is predictable based on previous

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Our Project AUKING MINING LIMITED

Significant supergene enrichment of copper has occurred with a range of secondary copper minerals present malachite chrysocolla bornite covellite chalcocite cuprite digenite and native copper. Moreover a major sub-horizontal torpedo-shaped lens of supergene copper 200 m in length straddles the oxide and transition zone.

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Recent Process Developments at the Phu Kham Copper

 · The Phu Kham copper-gold deposit is a complex copper-gold mineralised dyke system which has undergone a number of faulting folding and alteration events. Mineralisation is present in iron-rich skarns silica-rich stockwork and altered disseminated styles. Chalcopyrite and bornite are the dominant primary copper minerals in skarn stockwork and

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Geochemistry of secondary copper minerals from Proterozoic

 · Secondary copper sulfides Chalcocite (cc CuzS) is the main secondary copper sulfide found in the oxidized copper ore and in the stockpiled primary ore that has al- tered to oxidized ore. In hand specimens the cc appears as a greasy-looking purplish-blue coat- ing on cp.

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Weathering rind formation in buried terrace cobbles during

 · In sandstone cobbles on the other hand Fe migrated along a Fe concentration gradient by diffusion and precipitated as Fe-oxyhydroxide minerals to form the weathering rinds. Presumably precipitation was due to the relatively higher pH conditions caused by mineral dissolution within the pores principally involving calcite but probably also silicates including feldspar.

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Weathering of sulfidic shale and copper mine waste

 · Sample localities. Localities sampled for this study include (1) areas impacted by historic copper mining in the southernmost part of the park (2) areas where thick encrustations of secondary sulfate minerals are observed on outcrops of sulfidic rocks (Alum Cave Road-to-Nowhere) (3) an area where Anakeesta rocks dumped from a new roadcut from highway construction in the 1960s weathered

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Wisconsin Geological Natural History Survey » Copper

Formula Cu ISOMETRIC Description Native copper occurs as veins and cavity fillings in hydrothermally altered basaltic igneous rocks. It is also a product of near-surface supergene alteration of other copper minerals such as chalcopyrite. Copper can survive weathering although its surface is often coated with green or black weathering rinds consisting of malachite azurite cuprite and

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Minerals Free Full-Text Characterization of Weathering

In addition to copper Ag enrichment is also observed in weathered rocks Fe-oxyhydroxides contain high Zn As and Pb contents. However these secondary enrichments are quite low compared to Cu in the whole Tizert site which is therefore considered as relatively homogeneous. View Full-Text

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Origin of the secondary REE-minerals at the Paratoo copper

The strong negative Ce anomaly found in secondary REE minerals and mineralized rock samples suggests an upgrade of the REE contents in the weathering zone insoluble Ce 4 being left behind. The Fe-oxide-REE-base metal associa tion at Paratoo is also characteristic of the giant Mesoproterozoic Fe oxide copper gold deposit of Olympic Dam

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Clinoclase CrystalsGeology In

2 days ago · Clinoclase is a rare secondary copper mineral and forms acicular crystals in the fractured weathered zone above copper sulfide deposits. It occurs in vitreous translucent dark blue to dark greenish blue colored crystals and botryoidal masses. The crystal system is monoclinic 2/m. It has a hardness of 2.53 and a relative density of 4.3.

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Cornetite Geology Page

 · Cornetite is a rare secondary copper mineral that is noted for its deep blue green-blue to green color. It is found in highly weathered oxidation zones of copper sulfide ore bodies. It has a good deep color nice crystal forms and an attractive sparkle all the ingredients for a popular collection mineral.

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Richard GunterMoonshine Mine Lardeau District British

It is noted mainly as one of the few lead-zinc-silver deposits in Canada to have a significant weathered horizon with secondary copper and zinc minerals such as aurichalcite. Ingelson (1984) indicates that the preservation of the secondary minerals may be due to the location of

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Mineral GalleryTHE ARIZONA COPPER MINES

The uranium and vanadium minerals of Arizona come from locations mostly in the Northern part of the state whereas the copper mines are generally limited to the southern portion. The minerals that are produced from these deposits are included in the table below with the copper mine minerals for a more complete look at the ore mineralogy of Arizona.

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Overview Copper Fox Metals Inc.

Target #1 is located along the eastern portion of the Quartz Monzonite stock and exhibits the alterations and mineralization of a porphyry copper system. The secondary copper minerals are interpreted to represent the transition zone between the oxide zone (malachite chryscolla azurite) and supergene zone (chalcocite) of a weathered/oxidized

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OLIVENITE (Copper Arsenate Hydroxide)

Olivenite is a rare secondary copper mineral that is noted for its deep olive green color hence the name. It is found in deeply weathered highly concentrated copper sulfide ore bodies. Olivenite is isostructural with the minerals libethenite Cu2PO4(OH) and adamite Zn2AsO4(OH). This means that they share the same symmetry and crystal shapes.

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Development of alteration rinds by oxidative weathering

2002). However debates continue as to whether these rinds are depositional in nature (e.g. Staiger et al. 2006) or the result of leaching and alteration of the primary lithology to secondary products (e.g. Chevrier et al. 2006). Throughout this manuscript the term "rind" will be used to describe internally derived alteration horizons

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WHAT S WEATHERING MINERALOGY AND FIELD LEACH

 · minerals development of alteration rinds and etch pits on grains and precipitation of secondary minerals under low temperature conditions. These microscale changes in the mine-waste materials are the result of partial to total dissolution of sulfide and other minerals. Mine-waste materials from the Dinero Lower Chatauqua and Saints John sites

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Development of alteration rinds by oxidative weathering

 · 2002). However debates continue as to whether these rinds are depositional in nature (e.g. Staiger et al. 2006) or the result of leaching and alteration of the primary lithology to secondary products (e.g. Chevrier et al. 2006). Throughout this manuscript the term "rind" will be used to describe internally derived alteration horizons

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