• Goethite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goethite Goethite often forms through the weathering of other iron-rich minerals, and thus is a common component of soils, concentrated in laterite soils. nanoparticulate authigenic goethite is a common diagenetic iron oxyhydroxide in both marine and lake sediments.
  • Goethite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-1719.html The most common simple iron oxide mineral. A weathering product of numerous iron-bearing minerals. Goethite may crystallize from a precursor - a not approved species called 'proto-goethite'.May also form due to mineralization of lichen (Parmelia conspersa) thalli on metamorphics (e.g., gneisses), granites, feldspars.Sulfidation of goethite into mackinawite and pyrrhotite is described by Wang ...
  • Goethite | mineral | Britannica

    www.britannica.com/science/goethite Goethite, a widespread iron oxide mineral [α-FeO(OH)] and the most common ingredient of iron rust. It was named in 1806 for J.W. von Goethe, a German poet and philosopher with a keen interest in minerals. The name was originally applied to lepidocrocite [γ-FeO(OH)], a less common mineral with the s
  • Goethite | Definition of Goethite by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/goethite Goethite definition is - a common brown mineral that consists of an iron hydrogen oxide and is the commonest constituent of many forms of natural rust.
  • Goethite: The mineral goethite information and pictures

    www.minerals.net/mineral/goethite.aspx Goethite is a common mineral, and is a frequent matrix material for other more aesthetic minerals. It is usually a dark, uninteresting mineral, though specimens from a handful of locations (especially Colorado) are remarkable for their delicate and beautiful crystal growths and velvety botryoidal growths. Goethite is also frequent as black crystal sprays that form within geodes on drusy Quartz.
  • Goethite - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    www.sciencedirect.com/topics/earth-and-planetary-sciences/goethite Goethite. Goethite (α-FeOOH) is a widespread soil mineral and a major component of many ores, sediments and soils and it is one of the most thermodynamically stable iron oxide (Cornell and Schwertmann, 2003).
  • Goethite Meanings and Crystal Properties - The Crystal Council

    thecrystalcouncil.com/crystals/goethite Goethite is an iron hydroxide mineral that crystallizes in the form of masses, botryoidal, stalactites, and rarely, small prismatic crystals. The color of Goethite ranges from black, brown and silver, to lighter colors such as red, yellowish brown, and orange.
  • Goethite Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Goethite.shtml Physical Properties of Goethite : Cleavage: {010} Perfect, {100} Distinct : Color: Brown, Reddish brown, Yellowish brown, Brownish yellow, Ocher yellow.
  • Goethite: Meaning, Properties and Powers - The Complete Guide

    meanings.crystalsandjewelry.com/goethite Goethite Properties Goethite is usually red, orange, yellow, brown, or black-brown in color. It occurs in prismatic crystals, but the more common ones are usually massive opaque stones and exhibit radial shapes in the stone. This stone is
  • Goethite Uses - CrystalBenefits

    crystalbenefits.com/goethite-uses Goethite was named after Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, a mineralogy enthusiast. It is one of the most stable iron oxides, thermodynamically, at ambient temperatures, and as a result, it is considered as either the first oxide to be created, or the end oxide for many changes.