laurite


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laurite

[′lȯ‚rīt]
(mineralogy)
RuS2 A black mineral composed of ruthenium sulfide (often with osmium), occurring as small crystals or grains.
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The chromite ore carries 0.2 grams per ton of platinum-group metals, occurring as microscopic inclusions of laurite, native osmium, native iridium, kashinite and heazlewoodite (Ghorfi et al., 2005).
Other associated minerals are: laurite, osmium, hollingsworthite and unnamed [Rh.sub.2][(Fe,Ni,Cu).sub.4][S.sub.7].
Associated minerals are: "iridosmine," "rutheniridium," laurite, tulameenite, awaruite, iron, copper, zinc, oregonite, pentlandite and other sulfides.
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