• Abelsonite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abelsonite Abelsonite is a secondary mineral that formed in fractures, vugs, and bedding planes of oil shale. The mineral probably formed from diagenesis of chlorophyll, likely chlorophyll a, which was transported as an aqueous solution into a favorable geologic setting. In 2003, abelsonite was fully synthesized for the first time. Structure
  • Abelsonite Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Abelsonite.shtml Abelsonite. Comments: Abelsonite (A) grain associated with authigenitc orthoclase (O) and a micaceous mineral (M).(AmMin, v63:930). Location: Wosco sample (Sec 36 T9S R20E) (Depth 2508.2 - 2508.15).Drill cores in or near the Mahogany Zone oil shale of the Green River Formation in Uintah County, Utah, USA.
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  • abelsonite : definition of abelsonite and synonyms of ...

    dictionary.sensagent.com/abelsonite/en-en Abelsonite (synonymous with nickel porphyrin), is an organic porphyrin mineral [1] first described in 1975 for specimens in oil shale from the Green River Formation in eastern Uintah County, Utah. It is named after Philip Hauge Abelson, an American physicist. References ^ a b Mineral Handbook ^ Mindat ^ Webmineral
  • Abelsonite – Occurrence, Properties, and Distribution

    www.azomining.com/Article.aspx The mineral Abelsonite was first seen on fracture surfaces in oil shales in the Green River Formation located in eastern Uintah County, Utah in the year 1975. It is a nickel porphyrin derivative and is named after an American physicist, Philip Hauge Abelson.
  • Abelsonite Mineral Data - Mineralogy Database

    webmin.mindat.org/data/Abelsonite.shtml Abelsonite. Comments: Abelsonite (A) grain associated with authigenitc orthoclase (O) and a micaceous mineral (M).(AmMin, v63:930). Location: Wosco sample (Sec 36 T9S R20E) (Depth 2508.2 - 2508.15).Drill cores in or near the Mahogany Zone oil shale of the Green River Formation in Uintah County, Utah, USA.
  • Abelsonite, .Green nickel porphyrin' a new mineral from ...

    www.minsocam.org/ammin/AM63/AM63_930.pdf Abelsonite, a crystalline nickel porphyrin with the probable composition Ca,HsrNoNi, has been found in eight drill cores in or near the Mahogany Zone oil shale of the Green River Formation in Uintah .County, Utah. Associated authigenic minerals include orthoclase' pyrite, quartz, dolomite, anaicime, and a K-Fe micaceous mineral. Abelsonite ...
  • Abelsonite C H N Ni

    handbookofmineralogy.org/pdfs/abelsonite.pdf Abelsonite C31H32N4Ni c 2001-2005 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1 Crystal Data: Triclinic. Point Group: 1or1. Small aggregates, to 1 cm, of thin laths or plates. Physical Properties: Cleavage: Probable on {111}. Hardness =
  • Abelsonite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/show.php Abelsonite is accompanied by its structural norisomer; the surrounding shale contains other Ni porphyrins, which represent a series of more extended homologues. Structure details (Storm et al., 1984): (1) methyl groups in the 2, 3, 7, 12, and 18 positions, (2) ethyl group in the 8 and 17 positions. According to Milton et al.(1978) the molecules ...
  • Mineral Abelsonite - Assignment Point

    www.assignmentpoint.com/science/chemistry/mineral-abelsonite.html Abelsonite is accompanied by its structural norisomer; the surrounding shale contains other Ni porphyrins, which represent a series of more extended homologues. The mineral Abelsonite was first seen on fracture surfaces in oil shales in the Green River Formation, located in eastern Uintah County, Utah in the year 1975. It is a nickel porphyrin ...