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Oktyabr'skoye

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Russland / Sibirien, Föderationskreis / Krasnojarsk, Region (Krasnojarski krai) / Taimyrhalbinsel (Tajmyr) / Putoran-Plateau / Noril'sk / Talnakh / Oktyabr'skoye Mine (Oktyabr'sky, Oktyabr'skoe)

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Cu-Ni-Sulfid Lagerstätte.

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Oktyabr'skoye



Oktyabr'skoye

WGS 84: 
Lat.: 69.4083406° N, 
Long: 86.1816635° E
WGS 84: 
Lat.: 69° 24' 30.026" N,
   Long: 86° 10' 53.989" E
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⚒ Oktyabr'skoye, Talnakh, Noril'sk, Putoran-Plateau, Taimyrhalbinsel, Krasnojarsk, Sibirien, Föderationskreis, RU
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Minerals (Count: 102)

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Atokit
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Atokit (SNr: SyS-Atok-2-1-1)

Kristallgröße etwa 2,2 mm; Atokit als hochglänzende Hexaeder epitaktisch auf teilweise skelettiertem Tetraferroplatinkristall; Oktjabrsky Deposit, Norilsk, Russland; Analyse Prof. Rudashevsky, Pete...

Collection: Klaus Schäfer
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Contribution: Klaus Schäfer 2016-03-06
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Sperrylith
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Sperrylith (SNr: Sys-Sperr-1-1-2 Sperrylith)

Kristallgröße etwa 1,2 mm; aus dem Erz herauspräparierter komplexer oktaedrischer Sperrylithkristall; Oktyabr'skoye Mine, Talnakh, Norilsk, Russland

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Contribution: Klaus Schäfer 2016-03-08
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Sperrylith
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Sperrylith (SNr: SyS-Sperr-2-1-1)

Bildhöhe 3,2 mm; Sperrylith als verzerrter, scharfkantiger Kristall in irisierendem Talnakhit-Erz von der Oktyabr'skoye Mine in Talnakh, Norilsk, Russland.

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Contribution: Klaus Schäfer 2016-03-15
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Rocks (Count: 4)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

  • Shishkin, N.N., Mitenkov, G.A. & Mikhailova, V.A. (1971). Silver-rich variety of pentlandite. Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Miner. Obshchestva, 100 (2), S.184-91. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Evstigneeva, Genkin, Trobeva, Filimonova, Tsepin (1973). Manganoshadlunit, Shadlunit. Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Miner. Obshchestva 102, 63. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Genkin, Evestigneva, Vyal'sor, Laputina, Groneva (1974). Paolovit. Geol. Rudnykh Mestorozhdenii, 98. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Razin & Dubakina & Meshchankina & Begizov (1975). Borishanskiit. Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Min. Obshchestva 104 (1975), 57. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Kovalenker, V.A. et al. (1978). Hauchecornite from copper-nickel ores of the Oktyabr’skoe deposit. Trudy Min. muzeya Akad. Nauk SSSR, 26, 201–05. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Rudashevskii, N.S. et al. (1979). Thalfenisite, a thallium analogue of djerfisherite. Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Min. Obshchestva, 108 (6), S.696-701. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Filimonova & Evstigneeva & Laputina (1980). Putoranit. Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Min. Obshchestva 109, 335. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Kovalenker & Begizov & Evstigneeva & Troneva & Ryabikin (1979). Maslovit. Geol. Rudnykh Mestorozhdenii 21 (1979), 94. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Min. Mag. 43 (1980), 873.
  • Evstigneeva, Genkin (1983). Cabriit. Can. Min. 21, 481-87. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Stekhin, A.I. (1994). Mineralogical and geochemical characteristics of the Cu-Ni ores of the Oktyabr'sky and Talnakh deposits. In: Proc. Sudbury-Noril'sk Symp. (Lightfoot, Naldrett & Sheahan, ed.) Ontario Geol. Survey, Spec. Publ. 5: 217-30.
  • Torgashin, A.S. (1994) Geology of the massive and copper ores of the W part of the Oktyabr'sky deposit. In: Proc. Sudbury-Noril'sk Symp. (Lightfoot, Naldrett & Sheahan, ed.) Ontario Geol. Survey, Spec. Publ. 5: 231-41.
  • Barkov, A.Y., Martin, R.F., Poirier, G., Tarkian, M., Pakhomovskii, Y.A. & Men'shikov, Y.P. (2000). Tatyanaite, a new platinum-group mineral, the Pt analogue of taimyrite, from the Noril'sk complex (N Sibiria, Russia). Eur.J.Min., 12, S.391-96. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Cook, N.J., Ciobanu, C.L., Merkle, R K., & Bernhardt, H.J. (2002). Sobolevskite, Taimyrite, and Pt2CuFe (Tulameenite?) in Complex Massive Talnakhite Ore, Noril’sk Orefield, Russia. Can. Min., 40(2), 329-40. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Gorbachev, N.S. (2006): Mineralogical and Geochemical Zoning and Genesis of Massive Sulfide Ores at the Oktyabr’sky Deposit. Geol. Ore Dep. 48(6), 473-88.
  • Pekov, I.V., Sereda, E.V., Yapaskurt, V.O., Polekhovsky, Y.S., Britvin, S.N. and Chukanov, N.V. (2011). Ferrovalleriite, IMA 2011-068. CNMNC Newsl., No.11, S.2891; Min. Mag., 75, 2887-93. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Nadezhda Krivolutskaya, Yana Bychkova, Bronislav Gongalsky, Irina Kubrakova, Oksana Tyutyunnik, Elena Dekunova, Vladimir Taskaev: New Geochemical and Mineralogical Data on Rocks and Ores of the NE Flank of the Oktyabr’skoe Deposit (Norilsk Area) and a View on Their Origin. Minerals Vol. 11, Nr. 1 (2021) Art.-Nr. 44.

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