siderite


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iron ore in the form of ferrous carbonate

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a meteorite consisting principally of nickel and iron

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2014) demonstrated the presence of rod-shaped bacteria embedded in the surface of siderite nanocrystals in samples from Rio Tinto (Spain).
Carbonates, containing Siderite mineral (FeCO3 with iron ore content of 30 %.
Illinois Basin, insect in a siderite 2A) north-central nodule (five Illinois, USA specimens) "Srokalarva Mazon Creek, Body fossil; larval berthei", but Illinois Basin, insect in a siderite Kukalov-Peck never north-central nodule (one formally described Illinois, USA specimen) this fossil) (Fig.
Gangue species in the manganese veins most commonly included barite, calcite and quartz; rarely, aragonite and siderite occur; extremely rarely (and only in Silberbachtal), rhodochrosite was found.
34] found that the amount of Cr(VI) reduced per gram of siderite (at equilibrium) has increased with the increase in the initial Cr(VI) concentration at the same acid concentration.
MODES OF OCCURRENCE OF SIDERITE IN THE BARNSDALL FORMATION, NORTHEASTERNOKLAHOMA: RELATIONSHIPS TO FOSSIL PRESERVATION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR DEPOSITIONAL, DYNAMICS.
The principal minerals of iron present are hematite, magnetite and siderite.
Clays Location Restoration Mineralogy Useability Bilina mine Perfect Quartz, kaolinite, illite, dash of anorthoclase, calcite and montmorillonite Good Quartz, kaolinite, illite, dash of siderite Bad Quartz, dash of kaolinite, illite, siderite Phytotoxic Quartz, kaolinite, illite, dash of coal and siderite Libous mine Good Quartz, kaolinite, illite, dash of anorthoclase and montmorillonite Bad Quartz, kaol inite, illite, dash of montmorillonite, calcite and siderite Good Quartz, kaolinite, illite, dash of siderite TABLE 2.
A particularly impressive work (De Wall and Warr) used heat treatment on the rocks to oxidize siderite in order to the more magnetic magnetite to make better measurements.
3-69% of the rock in 59 samples, mainly consists of illite, chlorite, kaolinite, montmorillonite-chlorite, feldspar, quartz and smaller amounts of hematite, goethite, and siderite (Table 2).
In addition, none of the French sites had associated ferrous minerals, such as siderite or vivianite.
Another possible source of BAI is acid solubilization of siderite (FeC[O.