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WHAT DOES SCORODITE MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Scorodite is a common hydrated iron arsenate mineral, with the chemical formula FeAsO4·2H2O. It is found in hydrothermal deposits and as a secondary mineral in gossans worldwide. Scorodite weathers to limonite. Scorodite was discovered in the Schwarzenberg, Saxony district, Erzgebirge, Saxony, Germany. Named from the Greek Scorodion, "garlicky". When heated it smells of garlic, which gives it the name.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «SCORODITE» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SCORODITE»
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Hydrometallurgy 2008: Proceedings of the Sixth International ...
Notes: Final [H2SO4] 1: 0.3-0.45M; 2: 0.27-0.56M; 3: 0.2-0.33M; 4: 0.53M; 5: 0.45
M; 6: 0.3M; 7: 0.22M; 8: 0.36M. m: minor phase D1: Initial acidity = 0.45M and Fe (
III)/As (V) = 3; D2: Initial acidity = 0.40M and Fe (III)/As (V) = 3 Scorodite.
Courtney A. Young, Patrick R. Taylor, Corby G. Anderson, 2008
Encapsulation of Scorodite Particles with Phosphate Coatings
Arsenic disposal is one of the most important environmental issues the mining and metallurgical industries are faced with.
Felipe Lagno, 2005
T.T. Chen Honorary Symposium on Hydrometallurgy, ...
Comparison of the leaching behaviour of scorodite and scorodite + 10% goethite
. In an additional experiment, fenihydrite-coated scorodite was produced by
adding ferric sulfate to the scorodite while neutralizing the solution with NaHCO3
Shijie Wang, J. E. Dutrizac, Michael L. Free, 2012
Soil Heavy Metals
edge of the soil sample is very similar to the shapes of the two reference As(V)
minerals scorodite and pharmacosiderite, where the As atoms are tetrahedrally
coordinated to four oxygen atoms, which suggests a similar local symmetry for
Irena Sherameti, Ajit Varma, 2010
Noncarboxylic Acids—Advances in Research and Application: ...
“Accordingly, the problem to be solved by the present invention is to provide a
process for producing scorodite that can shorten the time required for
synthesizing scorodite, and further improve the yield of arsenic and iron into
scorodite. Further ...
The Gold Hill Mining District, Utah
The refractive indices and birefringence of the nonisotropic portion are both
somewhat lower than those of scorodite. In sharp contrast with the white
metacolloid is fine-grained crystalline green scorodite. The textures shown by the
Thomas Brennan Nolan, 1935
Geological Survey Professional Paper
At Mercur orpiment, realgar, and scorodite occur in oxidized jasperoid, but
realgar is the only hypogene arsenic mineral observed. The scorodite occurs
both in crystalline and colloform masses. Desiccation cracks are evident in the
Geological Survey (U.S.), 1932
Stabilization of Arsenic in Iron-rich Residuals by ...
CHAPTER 2 : EFFECTS OF SYNTHESIS CONDITIONS ON THE MORPHOLOGY
AND SOLUBILITY OF SCORODITE (FeAsO4.2H2O) Abstract This study
investigates the effects of synthesis conditions on the morphology and solubility
Jilei Shan, 2008
U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper
Scorodite, a highly water-soluble iron arsenate (FeAs04*2H20), was abundant
on the surface of one waste pile at the head of Jack Creek, about 1 mile north of
the Bullion mine. Scorodite is the most commonly occurring oxidized secondary ...
David A. Nimick, S. E. Church, Susan E. Finger
Dynamic Arsenic Cycling in Scorodite-bearing Hardpan ...
Hardpans, or cemented layers, form from precipitation and subsequent cementation of secondary minerals in mine tailings and can act as both physical and chemical barriers.
Stephanie Leigh DeSisto, 2009
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SCORODITE»
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No Laughing Matter: A Greenfield Gold Opportunity in the Yukon
During this period, mapping and discretionary rock sampling discovered veins of the iron arsenate mineral, scorodite which can be associated with gold in some ... «Geology for Investors, Nov 14»