Loellingite

Loellingite, also spelled löllingite, is an iron arsenide mineral with formula FeAs2. It is often found associated with arsenopyrite (FeAsS) from which it is hard to distinguish. Cobalt, nickel and sulfur substitute in the structure. The orthorhombic lollingite group includes the nickel iron arsenide rammelsbergite and the cobalt iron arsenide sa...
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Loellingite

• (n.) A tin-white arsenide of iron, isomorphous with arsenopyrite.
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Loellingite

Loel'ling·ite noun [ So called from Lölling , in Austria.] (Min.) A tin-white arsenide of iron, isomorphous with arsenopyrite.
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loellingite

an iron arsenide mineral (FeAs2) that usually occurs with iron and copper sulfides in hydrothermal vein deposits. It typically occurs with impurities ...
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Loellingite

Loellingite (Lollingite) is a tin-white coloured arsenide of iron, isomorphous with arsenopyrite. Loellingite was confirmed as a distinct species of mineral in 1845 and named after the place where it was discovered - Lolling in Austria. The arsenic in loellingite is often partially replaced by cobalt, nickel or sulphur, when it is completely replac...
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