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The mineral pyrite, or iron pyrite, also known as fool's gold, is an iron sulfide with the chemical .... In the long term, however, oxidation continues, and the hydrated sulfates formed may exert crystallization pressure that can expand cracks in the ...

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Aggregates of iron sulfide (FeS2) where the crystal structure cannot be ... formed from a combination of an octahedron and pyritohedron is also known. Pyrite ...

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The uses and properties of the mineral Pyrite. ... The conditions of pyrite formation in the sedimentary environment include a supply of iron, a supply of sulfur, ...

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Pyrite, also called iron pyrite or fool's gold, a naturally occurring iron disulfide .... The transition stage); oxidation (in geologic history of Earth: Formation of the ...

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Back to Rocks and Minerals Articles Kathy Feick Pyrite group of minerals ... The formation of pyrite crystals depends mainly on the iron content of the sediment.

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Pyrite is often known as "Fools Gold" because it has a similar color and shape to gold. It is also known as iron pyrite or iron disulfide, as it forms due to complex ...

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Pyrite formed in all experiments where unoxidized iron monosulfides were aged with species containing zero-valent sulfur, i.e., polysulfides and colloidal ...

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The mineral pyrite, or iron pyrite, is iron disulfide, FeS2. ... The amount of pyrite formation in marine sediments is largely determined by the availability of sulphate ...

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Aug 26, 2015 ... Formation, Properties & Types .... Pyrite is a metallic mineral that is composed of iron and sulfur atoms bound together in a ratio of one iron to ...

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Pyrite is a very common mineral, found in a wide variety of geological formations from ... Wilkin, R.T., Barnes, H.L. (1996) Pyrite formation by reactions of iron ...