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Jarosite is a basic hydrous sulfate of potassium and iron with a chemical formula of KFe 3+ 3 (OH) 6 (SO 4) 2. This sulfate mineral is formed in ore deposits by the ...

Jarosite: Jarosite mineral information and data.

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Usually found as amber-yellow to brown crusts or coatings of minute crystals, larger crystals rather rare. Desborough et al. (2010) showed there is only limited solid ...

Jarosite Mineral Data

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Jarosite Alunogen. Comments: Colorless to white, tabular crystals alunogen on reddish jarosite. Location: Ronneburg U deposit, Gera district, Thuringia, Germany.

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jarosite usually occurs as drusy incrustations of minute indistinct crystals with a yellowish-brown colour and brilliant lustre.

Jarosite: The mineral Jarosite information and pictures

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Detailed description, properties, and locality information guide about the brown mineral jarosite.

JAROSITE (Potassium Iron Sulfate Hydroxide)

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Jarosite is not a common mineral. It is closely related to the mineral natrojarosite. Jarosite is isostructural with natrojarosite which means that they have the same ...

Jarosite | Article about Jarosite by The Free Dictionary

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Looking for Jarosite? Find out information about Jarosite. KFe3 2 6 An ocher-yellow or brown alunite mineral having rhombohedral crystal structure.

Jarosite | Definition of Jarosite by Merriam-Webster

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jarosite (ˈdʒærəˌsaɪt) n (Minerals) a yellow to brown secondary mineral consisting of basic hydrated sulphate of iron and potassium in masses or hexagonal crystals.

Chapter B: Understanding Jarosite—From Mine Waste to Mars

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8 Chapter B: Understanding Jarosite—From Mine Waste to Mars Introduction. In 1852, a German mineralogist named August Breithaupt discovered a yellowish-brown ...