chlorargyrite


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chlorargyrite

(klɔːˈrɑːdʒɪˌraɪt)
n
(Minerals) a mineral, the naturally occurring form of silver chloride, formed in the oxidation process of silver
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5 mm) of anglesite occur with brochantite, caledonite, chlorargyrite and linarite in cavities at the Reward mine.
It would be nice to think so, but it was instead probably iron-stained native silver and chlorargyrite (Wallace and Hall-Wallace, 2003).
Almost certainly the ore was chlorargyrite and some minor native silver.
Essaraj (1999) mentioned chlorargyrite in the course of her studies of silver-bearing minerals from the Anti-Atlas Mountains.
Dave Bunk showed some of the finest extant Colorado specimens of silver species; Wayne and Dona Leicht contributed a sumptuous assortment of large specimens of worldwide silver-bearers; noted silver-species collector Terry Wallace showed off "Spanish Colonial Silver Minerals"; and Bill and Carol Smith repeated the outstanding case on this theme that they've shown before, heavy on great old-timers like German and Chilean proustite, Kongsberg wire silver, Broken Hill chlorargyrite, etc.
Vein Minerals Adamite Goethite Arsenopyrite Gold Austinite Hemimorphite Barite Malachite Beudantite Mimetite Calcite Smithsonite Cerussite Sphalerite Chalcopyrite Plumbojarosite Chlorargyrite Pyrite Chrysocolla Rosasite Conichalcite Tetrahedrite Fluorite Willemite Galena Wulfenite
Arseniosiderite appears as brown to golden yellow platy crystals forming the matrix for chlorargyrite and several arsenates.
Associated minerals are: pharmacosiderite, olivenite, conichalcite, jarosite, arseniosiderite, scorodite, malachite, azurite, chlorargyrite, mixite and lavendulan.
In the oxidized zone native silver and some chlorargyrite were found, and many fine specimens of the former were collected a century ago.
Cerro Sapo Amesite-2H, analcime, ankerite, barite, chalcopyrite, dawsonite, galena, natrolite, nordstrandite, sodalite Cerro Ubina Bismuthinite, Pyrite, tourmaline Cerro Vilacota Barite, galena Chacaltaya Arsenopyrite, cassiterite, fluorite, muscovite, nacrite, ullmannite (As-rich "korynite"); see San Carlos 2 Chacarilla Copper, chalcocite, malachite Chajolpaya Cassiterite Challahuilque Chlorargyrite Challana In the vicinity are found columbite, heteosite, rutile, spodumene, triphylite, triplite, see Fabulosa Challapata Chalcostibite, teallite, wurtzite, See Terremoto, Vicunita Challviri Stibnite Chambillaya Apatite, arsenopyrite, quartz twins, wolframite Chayanta Apatite, cassiterite, silver; see Capacirca, Pucro, Vila Apacheta Chicote Chico Wolframite.
atacamite, pseudoboleite, chlorargyrite, olsacherite, mandarinoite, schmiederite, francisite, clausthalite-galena, galena, covellite and arsenopyrite.
Electron microprobe analysis of the bromargyrite indicates relatively high Cl content due to intergrowth with chlorargyrite (Szakdll and Kovacs, 1995).