• Aurichalcite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-422.html A secondary mineral in copper and zinc deposits, aurichalcite is typically found as blue or green crusts or mats of tiny acicular crystals, often as feathery, tufted, druzes; more rarely it is found as columnar crystal aggregates or crusts of either lamellar aggregates or as granular aggregates.
  • Aurichalcite: The mineral Aurichalcite information and ...

    www.minerals.net/mineral/aurichalcite.aspx Aurichalcite is considered a natural brass ore, since it is composed of zinc and copper, the constituents of brass.However, it occurs too sparingly, and there are no practical methods for brass to be extracted from it. It is, though, an ore of zinc and copper when found in mines where there exists workable deposits of these elements.
  • Aurichalcite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aurichalcite Aurichalcite is a carbonate mineral, usually found as a secondary mineral in copper and zinc deposits. Its chemical formula is (Zn,Cu) 5 (CO 3) 2 (OH) 6.The zinc to copper ratio is about 5:4. Occurrence. Aurichalcite typically occurs in the oxidized zone of copper and zinc deposits. Associated minerals include: rosasite, smithsonite, hemimorphite, hydrozincite, malachite and azurite.
  • Aurichalcite Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Aurichalcite.shtml Aurichalcite Crystallography: Axial Ratios: a:b:c =2.1529:1:0.8241 : Cell Dimensions: a = 13.82, b = 6.419, c = 5.29, Z = 2; beta = 101.04° V = 460.59 Den(Calc)= 3.94
  • Aurichalcite | Minerals Education Coalition

    mineralseducationcoalition.org/minerals-database/aurichalcite Aurichalcite is soft, monoclinic, copper and zinc bearing mineral. It forms a soft, scaly, greenish-blue crust in oxidized zones of copper-zinc ore deposits. It is considered to be a guide or indicator of zinc ore. Uses. Of value to scientists and collectors.
  • Aurichalcite | Definition of Aurichalcite by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/aurichalcite Aurichalcite definition is - a mineral (Zn, Cu)5(OH)6(CO3)2 consisting of a basic copper zinc carbonate found in pale green or pale blue crystalline incrustations.
  • Aurichalcite | mineral | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/science/aurichalcite Aurichalcite, a mineral composed of the hydroxide carbonate of zinc and copper (Zn, Cu)5(OH)6(CO3)2. It is commonly found with malachite in the oxidized zone of zinc and copper deposits as at Tomsk, Siberia; Santander, Spain; and Bisbee, Ariz., U.S. Its pale blue-green featherlike form
  • Aurichalcite | Etsy

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  • Aurichalcite | GemCrust Wikia | Fandom

    gemcrust.fandom.com/wiki/Aurichalcite Aurichalcite is the fusion of Pink Diamond (as Rose Quartz), Lapis Lazuli, and Ice. Aurichalcite has a turquoise complexion, four arms, a rounded chest, poofy, off-white blue hair, and a thick build. She has two sets of eyes, with the bottom having turquoise irises and small black pupils, while the top half has only black pupils or irises. Above her top set of eyes are thin black eyebrows. She ...
  • Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Aurichalcite

    wgnhs.wisc.edu/minerals/aurichalcite Formula: (Zn,Cu) 5 (CO 3) 2 (OH) 6 Monoclinic Description: Aurichalcite forms bluish green radical fibrous crystals in zones where zinc and copper minerals are subjected to oxidization and redeposition of the metals in the present of carbon dioxide. IOWA COUNTY: Reportedly found as “pale blue silky tuffs” at the Eberle mine, 5 miles north of Cobb in the NW 1/4 NW 1/4 Sec. 2 T.^N.