tungstite


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tung·stite

 (tŭng′stīt′)
n.
A yellow or yellowish-green mineral, essentially WO3, often occurring with tungsten ores.
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tungstite

(ˈtʌŋstaɪt)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a yellow earthy rare secondary mineral that consists of tungsten oxide and occurs with tungsten ores. Formula: WO3
[C20: from tungst(en) + -ite1]
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Massive yellow tungstite (?) was found with wolframite in the oxidation part of the Blanca vein (Bandy, 1944).
Minerals reported from these vug occurrences are quartz, hubnerite, ferberite, pyrite, galena, sphalerite, tetrahedrite, fluorite, rhodochrosite and rarely native arsenic, tungstite, calcite, dolomite and scheelite.
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