iodargyrite


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iodargyrite

[‚ī·ə′där·jə‚rīt]
(mineralogy)
AgI A yellowish or greenish hexagonal mineral composed of native silver iodide, usually occurring in thin plates. Also known as iodyrite.
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Associated minerals are: orthoclase, chalcocite, covellite, pseudomalachite, chalcosiderite/turquoise, ulrichite, libethenite, torbernite and iodargyrite.
Associated minerals are bromargyrite, iodargyrite, cuprite, cerussite, malachite, barite and mercury (Szakdll and Kovacs, 1995).
The mineralogy and geochemistry of this gossan have been described by Nickel (1982), who noted the occurrence of a number of secondary ore minerals including malachite, azurite, chrysocolla, pseudomalachite, cerussite, alunite, jarosite, plumbojarosite, osarizawaite, plumbogummite, duftite, mimetite, fornacite, wulfenite, mottramite, iodargyrite, native silver and a silver-mercury amalgam.