kornelite

kornelite

[′kȯrn·əl‚īt]
(mineralogy)
Fe2(SO4)3·7H2O A colorless to brown mineral composed of hydrous ferric sulfate.
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It can be extracted from its ores such as mikasaite, lausenite and kornelite among others.
Associated minerals are: ferricopiapite, kornelite, rozenite, szomolnokite, sulfur, montroseite, anorthominasragrite, orthominasragrite, minasragrite and an unidentified yellow-green hydrated Fe-V sulfate.
Slavikite has a sheet sulfate structure akin to that of some other ferric sulfates, such as jarosite, kornelite, and rhomboclase, with magnesium and sodium (or another cation?) in an interlayer position (Susse, 1975).