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Introduction to Mineralogy: A Collection of Copper Minerals

Introduction to Mineralogy: A Collection of Copper Minerals
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Number of pages: 232

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The main goal of this paper is to introduce and describe five species of minerals which are represented in a small collection brought out of the copper mines of Butte, Montana during the 1950's. The species included in the collection are native copper, azurite, malachite, rhodocrosite, and chrysocolla.

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