joseite

joseite

[zhə′zā‚īt]
(mineralogy)
Bi3Te(Si,S) A mineral composed of telluride of bismuth containing sulfur and selenium.
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2]), and joseite (Bi4(S,Te)3) that were recovered from the heavy mineral fraction of metal-rich till samples overlying and up to 4 km down ice (southeast) of the deposit (McClenaghan et al.
An even more arcane Bolivian rarity is joseite ([Bi.
siderite, tetrahedrite after bournonite ("stylotypite"); see Viboras Magarinas Ferberite, geocronite Maragua Cassiterite; see Santiaguillo, Vetillas, Cerro Malmisa Marcamarcani Arsenopyrite, tellurian bismite, (formerly San bismuth, bismuthinite, Baldomero) bismutoferrite, erythrite, joseite, lollingite, skutterudite ("smaltite") Marcocoya Copper after aragonite Margarita Vivianite, wolframite Maria Francisca Cylindrite, (*)(?
The nodules contain numerous inclusions of other species including hedleyite, joseite, hessite, electrum and graphite.