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Record 1 2011-01-06


Subject field(s)
  • Chemical Elements and Compounds
  • Metals Mining
  • Geochemistry
Universal entry(ies)

... nickel-cobalt arsenide could potentially be found in the Paloehelikian granitoid rocks ...


A specimen of native silver ore from the Bullard's Peak district, New Mexico, ... shows native silver associated with a cobalt-nickel arsenide.


Continuously sampled intervals in this alteration zone include 0.38% Co, 0.68% Ni and 0.99% As over 8.5 m between 37.0 and 45.5 m, and 0.35% Co, 1.09% Ni and 1.18% As between 43.5 and 45.0 m. Similar concentrations of these elements, indicative of nickel-cobalt arsenide minerals, are spatially associated with uranium mineralization at deposits such as West Bear and Key Lake.


  • Éléments et composés chimiques
  • Mines métalliques
  • Géochimie
Entrée(s) universelle(s)

Au Maroc et dans quelques autres pays, les gisements à teneur élevée en arséniure de nickel et de cobalt fournissent une quantité appréciable de cobalt.


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