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The mineral pyrite, or iron pyrite, also known as fool's gold, is an iron sulfide with the chemical ... Pyrite is usually found associated with other sulfides or oxides in quartz veins, sedimentary rock, and metamorphic rock, as well as in coal beds ...

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Pyrite has the same chemical formula as the rarer mineral Marcasite, but it crystallizes in .... Utah, large, well shaped pyritohedrons and cubes were once found.

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Pyrite framboid: One of the most interesting forms of pyrite is the "framboid." These tiny spheres of euhedral pyrite crystals are often found in organic muds, coal, ...

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Pyrite is called fool's gold because its colour may deceive the novice into thinking he has discovered a gold nugget. Nodules of pyrite have been found in ...

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Pyrite Group . Pyrite is a very common mineral, found in a wide variety of geological formations from sedimentary deposits to hydrothermal veins and as a  ...

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The great thing about rock collecting is that rocks can be found everywhere! ... Pyrite is a highly sought after by rock collectors for it's shiny golden crystal ...

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Jun 4, 2015 ... Even before we learned how to extract gold from it, we humans found pyrite pretty useful. It got its name because you can use it to create ...

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Although no longer considered a valuable mineral in its own right, pyrite in a rock often ... Pyrite is also found along the Canadian border, in massive sulfide vein ...

www.thermofisher.com/blog/mining/pyrite-the-real-story-behind-fools-gold

Apr 1, 2014 ... “Fool's Gold” is technically known as pyrite or iron sulfide (FeS2) and is ... Pyrite is found in a wide variety of geological settings, from igneous, ...

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Pyrite is commonly found in nodules. A flattened nodular variety called "Pyrite Suns" or "Pyrite Dollars" is popular in rock shops. Also massive or reniform and ...