nickeline


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nickeline

(ˈnɪkəˌliːn)
n
(Minerals) another name for niccolite
Translations
niccolite
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In a separate transaction, DMCI's mining unit later acquired a 31-percent stake in Nickeline Resources Holdings Inc.
A 31-percent stake has been purchased by DMCI s mining unitin Nickeline Resources Holdings Inc.
UK-based Toledo Mining Corp Plc (LON:TMC) said it had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to sell a 31% stake in Philippines-based Nickeline Resources Holdings Inc (NRHI) to a unit of local diversified group DMCI Holdings Inc (PSE:DMC).
It occurs most usually in combination with sulphur and iron in pentlandite, with sulphur in millerite, with arsenic in the mineral nickeline, and with arsenic and sulphur in nickel glance (1).
a subsidiary of DMCI Holdings, has acquired a 31-percent stake in Nickeline Resources Holdings Inc.
Co-Ni-Fe arsenides are found ubiquitously in such structures in both the western and eastern parts of the boutonniere; the most common species are skutterudite, lollingite and nickeline.
Ernesto Ossolo had visited the classic mines of Bou Azzer and brought back fine nickeline and gersdorffite crystals.
22 October 2012 - UK-based Toledo Mining Corp Plc (LON:TMC) said on Monday it had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to sell a 31% stake in Philippines-based Nickeline Resources Holdings Inc (NRHI) to a unit of local diversified group DMCI Holdings Inc (PSE:DMC).
22 October 2012 a[euro]" UK-based Toledo Mining Corp Plc (LON:TMC) said on Monday it had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to sell a 31% stake in Philippines-based Nickeline Resources Holdings Inc (NRHI) to a unit of local diversified group DMCI Holdings Inc (PSE:DMC).
Most outstanding were a 350-gram specimen of Schneeberg silver, a fine cabinet-size skutterudite, fine annabergite, chloanthite, tetrahedrite, a perfect little proustite group from Chanarcillo, and a well-formed, pale copper-red nickeline group containing 3-inch pyramidal crystals from Saxony.
Occurrence: Associated minerals are: quartz, nickeline, bismuth, bunsenite, aerugite, xanthiosite, rooseveltite and two probably new arsenate minerals.
Ernesto had also some of his best-yet miniatures of feathery, sparkling metallic gray aggregates of nickeline, also from Ait Hamane, and even a couple of miniatures with open pockets showing linings of 3-mm deep magenta crystals of wendwilsonite, from Bou Azzer.