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Slyudorudnik Mine

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Russland / Ural, Föderationskreis / Tscheljabinsk, Oblast / Kyschtym (Kishtim) / Slyudorudnik Mine

Ex­po­sure de­scrip­tion

Muskovitabbau

Ge­ol­o­gy

Glimmer.

Last Vis­it

09/2016

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Slyudorudnik Mine



Slyudorudnik Mine

WGS 84: 
Lat.: 55.67472° N, 
Long: 60.34806° E
WGS 84: 
Lat.: 55° 40' 28.992" N,
   Long: 60° 20' 53.016" E
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⚒ Slyudorudnik, Kyschtym, Tscheljabinsk, Ural, Föderationskreis, RU
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Images from localities (2 Images total)

Steinbruchwand
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Steinbruchwand

aufgelassener Muskovitabbau (09/2016)

Copyright: Systemer
Contribution: Systemer 2021-01-03
Steinbruch Slyudorudnik
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Steinbruch Slyudorudnik

Weg in den Steinbruch - aufgelassener Muskovitabbau (09/2016)

Copyright: Systemer
Contribution: Systemer 2021-01-03

Minerals (Count: 35)

Mineral images (2 Images total)

Yttroepidot
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Yttroepidot

Größe des Kristallfragments: 11 x 5 cm; Fundort: Slyudorudnik Mine, Kyschtym, Oblast Tscheljabinsk, Russland; Funddatum: 2012

Collection: Pavel Kartashov
Copyright: Pavel M. Kartashov
Contribution: slugslayer 2012-07-15
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Biotit
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Biotit

große Biotitplatte (09/2016); FO: ⚒ Slyudorudnik, Kyschtym, Tscheljabinsk, Ural, Föderationskreis, RU

Collection: Systemer
Copyright: Systemer
Contribution: Systemer 2021-01-03
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External links

webmineral.ru
mindat.org

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

  • Belogub, E.V. et al. (2015): Nickelpicromerite, K2Ni(SO4)2•6H2O, a new picromerite-group mineral from Slyudorudnik, S Urals, Russia. Min. Petrol., 109, 143-52. (Typ-Publ.)

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