• Coquimbite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-1126.html Characterization of the sulphate mineral coquimbite, a secondary iron sulphate from Javier Ortega mine, Lucanas Province, Peru–Using infrared, Raman spectroscopy and thermogravimetry. Journal of Molecular Structure, 1063, 251-258.
  • Coquimbite Mineral Data

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  • Coquimbite | GemCrust Wikia | Fandom

    gemcrust.fandom.com/wiki/Coquimbite Coquimbite is the fusion of Ice and beancoz's Red Diamond. Coquimbite is incredibly tall with a thick build. They possess four arms that are conjoined at the elbows; similar to Smoky Quartz and Zoisite. They have 4 lavender colored eyes, a rounded nose, and plump lips. They have wavy, off-white...
  • Coquimbite - Crystal Meanings - Spirit Of ISIS Crystals

    www.spiritofisis.org/knowledge/crystal_files/coquimbite.htm Coquimbite balances and aligns the crown, brow and root chakras. Coquimbite can be used in meditation to connect and conmmunicate with ones guides. Coquimbite helps provide insight into the illusions of the physical and empowers one to find a path forward. Coquimbite is a crystal of spiritual development, providing both protection and peacefulness.
  • Coquimbite - definition of coquimbite by The Free Dictionary

    www.thefreedictionary.com/Coquimbite Define coquimbite. coquimbite synonyms, coquimbite pronunciation, coquimbite translation, English dictionary definition of coquimbite. n mineralogy hydrated ferric sulphate found in certain rocks and in volcanic fumaroles. Coquimbite - definition of coquimbite by The Free Dictionary.
  • Coquimbite - Celestial Earth Minerals

    celestialearthminerals.com/atlas-of-minerals/coquimbite Coquimbite has a Mohs hardness of 2.0-2.1, poor cleavage, a vitreous luster, and a specific gravity of 2.0. It is a secondary mineral that forms from the oxidation of iron-sulfide minerals, primarily in regions with arid climates.
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  • Coquimbite | Definition of Coquimbite by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/coquimbite Coquimbite definition is - a mineral consisting of a hydrous ferric sulfate Fe2(SO4)3.9H2O occurring in white or slightly colored masses.
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    rruff.geo.arizona.edu/AMS/result.php Coquimbite: Fang J H, Robinson P D: American Mineralogist 55 (1970) 1534-1540: Crystal structures and mineral chemistry of hydrated ferric sulfates.
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    www.dakotamatrix.com/mineralpedia/5850/coquimbite Coquimbite is an uncommon mineral that can be found in numerous Chilean localities, as well as in the USA, Spain, Italy, Slovakia, and Russia among many others. Usually, Coquimbite occurs as a secondary mineral in oxidized and weathered iron sulfide deposits in arid regions and can additionally be found, albeit rarely, in association with ...