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a rare silvery-white mineral

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The main objective of the research was to synthesize, characterize and evaluate the properties of copper cobaltite nanostructures, which had been produced through various methods such as sol-gel, hydrothermal, co-precipitation, urea combustion, oxalate degradation, and so on.
Thermal treatment of co-precipitated precursors is proven to be the most promising method in preparing cobaltite spinels [12-15].
2007: An extremely rich cobaltite vein is discovered on the north
3] first reported the superconductivity behavior (Tc ~ 5K) in the hydrated form of sodium cobaltite [Na.
Co-Ni-Fe sulfarsenides such as gersdorffite, glaucodot, arsenopyrite and cobaltite are found generally in the eastern part of the district, around Ait Ahmane.
Associated minerals are: cobaltite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, quartz, garnet (Al-rich), scorodite and erythrite.
They concurred with Fleischer (1963) that cobaltite should be used for cobalt-rich members of the series and ahlfeldite for nickel-rich members.
Finally, sulfides (pyrite, pyrrhotite, lollingite, chalcopyrite, cobaltite, bismuthinite) were deposited.
In addit ion there were Scandinavian classics like loose, sharp 2-cm pyritohedrons of cobaltite and sharp, lustrous pseudo-octahedrons of glaucodot from Sweden; well crystallized leucophanite, columbite and thortveitite from Norway; and richly brownish red, euhedral crystals of eudialyte to 2 cm in complex ultra-alkaline matrix, not from the Kola Peninsula, Russia, but from 19th-century localities in Greenland.
Probe standards are as follows: cobaltite (As); gahnite (Zn); spessartine (Mn); forsterite (Mg); fayalite (Fe); kyanite (Al).
Cobaltite occurs rarely in the cleft fillings with pyrite and chlorite, as crystals of octahedral, cuboctahedral and tetrahedral habits.
Cobaltite has never been reported from the stratiform and vein-like deposits of Katanga; there is practically no arsenic present in those orebodies.
A much older Scandinavian classic is cobaltite in lustrous, slightly rough pyritohedrons from Tunaberg, Sweden.