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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2012
The Canadian Mineralogist (2012) 50 (3): 773.
... is reproduced here. TABLE 10 NATURAL AND HYPOTHETICAL MEMBERS OF THE CUPROPAVONITE HOMOLOGOUS SERIES mineral N N p N 1 ,N 2 formula Cu Ag Pb Bi S total a (Å) b (Å) c (Å) β (°) Ref. cupromakovickyite 4 4,4 Cu 8 Ag 2 Pb 4 Bi 18 S 36 7.86 3.34 12.81 58.15 17.84 100...
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2012
The Canadian Mineralogist (2012) 50 (2): 295–312.
.... Cupromakopavonite is the N = 4.5 member of the newly defined cupropavonite homologous series, and its name underscores its close structural relationships to its two neighboring members, cupromakovickyite (N = 4) and cupropavonite (N = 5). We define the structural and chemical properties of this series...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 1980
The Canadian Mineralogist (1980) 18 (2): 181–184.
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Compositional scheme for pavonite homologues (void symbols) and cupropavoni...
Published: 01 April 2012
Fig. 10 Compositional scheme for pavonite homologues (void symbols) and cupropavonite homologues (solid symbols) in the Ag – Bi – (Cu + Pb) diagram. Lines for pavonite homologues of the order N p are indicated by points at 0, 25, 50, 75 and 100 at.% of imaginary (Ag+Bi)-for-2Pb substitution
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Compositions of Cu-free Pb-substituted Ag–Bi pavonites, and those of the cu...
Published: 01 January 2019
Fig. 4 Compositions of Cu-free Pb-substituted Ag–Bi pavonites, and those of the cupropavonite series (the latter form a separate sequence of discrete homologue compositions) in the empirical Ag–Bi–(Pb+Cu) diagram. The indicated homologue order N values are valid for the Ag–Bi end-members
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BSE photographs of exsolution aggregates involving members of the pavonite ...
Published: 01 April 2012
Fig. 9 BSE photographs of exsolution aggregates involving members of the pavonite and cupropavonite homologous series. (a) Makovickyite – cupromakovickyite aggregate from Băiţa Bihor, Romania; (b) pavonite – cupropavonite aggregate from the Alaska mine, Colorado, U.S.A.; (c) benjaminite
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Site labeling for the proposed structure of <span class="search-highlight">cupropavonite</span>.
Published: 01 April 2012
Fig. 7 Site labeling for the proposed structure of cupropavonite.
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The crystal structure of <span class="search-highlight">cupropavonite</span>,Cu 2 AgPbBi 5 S 10  ( Mumme  et al ....
Published: 01 January 2019
Fig. 5 The crystal structure of cupropavonite,Cu 2 AgPbBi 5 S 10 ( Mumme et al ., 2015 ) ( N  = 5) in projection along [010]. Large white spheres, S; small white spheres, Cu; black spheres, Bi; large grey spheres, Pb; small grey spheres, Ag.
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The hypothetical structure of <span class="search-highlight">cupropavonite</span> projected along  b  (~ 4 Å). In...
Published: 01 April 2012
Fig. 8 The hypothetical structure of cupropavonite projected along b (~ 4 Å). In order of increasing size, circles represent Cu (red), Bi (white), Ag (green), Pb (blue) and S (white) positions. Void and shaded circles represent atoms at two y levels, 2 Å apart. Two types of 5 P thicker
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Configuration of thicker layers of octahedra in the pavonite homologues. La...
Published: 01 April 2012
Fig. 6 Configuration of thicker layers of octahedra in the pavonite homologues. Large circles: S, smaller circles: cations. The order of the homologue N p is determined by the number of octahedra along a diagonal of the layer. The known examples from the cupropavonite homologous series follow
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2008
The Canadian Mineralogist (2008) 46 (2): 515–523.
... Mineralogical Association of Canada 2008 cupromakovickyite makovickyite cupropavonite sulfosalt crystal structure single-crystal X-ray diffraction pavonite homologous series Băiţa Bihor Romania Felbertal Austria In the new material from Felbertal, Austria, and Băiţa Bihor, Romania...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2019
European Journal of Mineralogy (2019) 31 (1): 83–97.
...Fig. 4 Compositions of Cu-free Pb-substituted Ag–Bi pavonites, and those of the cupropavonite series (the latter form a separate sequence of discrete homologue compositions) in the empirical Ag–Bi–(Pb+Cu) diagram. The indicated homologue order N values are valid for the Ag–Bi end-members...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2008
The Canadian Mineralogist (2008) 46 (2): 503–514.
... structure, revealed the presence of two phases, pavonite and cupropavonite, chemically and structurally different. Both phases have almost identical a and b parameters (13.4 and 4 Å, respectively), whereas the c axis is doubled for the Cu- (and Pb)-rich phase, named cupropavonite to denote its Cu...
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Selected examples of thinner structural slabs from the crystal structures o...
Published: 01 April 2012
Fig. 5 Selected examples of thinner structural slabs from the crystal structures of pavonite (a, b, and c) and cupropavonite homologues (d 1 and d 2 ). a) Synthetic pavonite AgBi 3 S 5 ( Makovicky et al . 1977 ); the octahedral Ag site (green) is fully occupied. b) Makovickyite ( Topa et al
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Composition of the analyzed Ag–Bi phases (a); see the text for more informa...
Published: 01 June 2010
: aikinite, Asl: aschamalmite, Ber: berryite, Bmt: bismuthinite, Bnj: benjaminite, Can: cannizzarite, Cos: cosalite, Cpv: cupropavonite, Eml: emilite, Emp: emplectite, Esk: eskimoite, Frd: friedrichite, Gld: gladite, Gn: galena, Gnb: galenobismutite, Gvt: gustavite, Ham: hammarite, Hey: heyrovskyite, Kpk
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2006
The Canadian Mineralogist (2006) 44 (2): 465–480.
...-like slices is arbitrary; the simplest choice is shown in Figure 6 . The pairing of square coordination pyramids of Bi with bicapped coordination prisms of Pb leads in these slices to a structural analogy with cupromakovickyite and cupropavonite rather than to that with pavonite, in which only paired...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2010
The Canadian Mineralogist (2010) 48 (3): 467–481.
... (1925) [modern definition by Nuffield (1953) ], respectively. Subsequently, Karup-Møller & Makovicky (1979) found cupropavonite (N = 5) with a unit cell doubled compared to that of pavonite. TABLE 8. RELATIONSHIP TO KNOWN SPECIES The area of Erzwies, where mining for precious...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2002
Mineralogical Magazine (2002) 66 (3): 451–458.
.... ( 1979 ) On pavonite, cupropavonite, benjaminite and ‘over-substituted’ gustavite . Bulletin de la Société Francaise de Mineralogie et Cristallographie , 102 , 351 – 367 . Makovicky , E. ( 1977 ) Chemistry and crystallography of the lillianite homologous series. Part III. Crystal...
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Journal Article
Published: 21 November 2022
Mineralogical Magazine (2023) 87 (1): 86–108.
...–lillianite (Ag x Pb 3–2 x Bi 2+ x S 6 –Pb 3 Bi 2 S 6 ) ourayite (Pb 4 Ag 3 Bi 5 S 13 ) and cupropavonite (Cu 0.9 Ag 0.5 Pb 0.6 Bi 2.5 S 5 ) were identified. Bismuthinite occurs in both chalcopyrite–scheelite (zone 1; sample VMd5b) and sphalerite–pyrite ore facies (zone 3a; sample MTB3), whereas the other...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2014
Mineralogical Magazine (2014) 78 (2): 387–414.
... Pb-Bi-Sb-Ag sulfides (with further allochemical examples), the pavonite and cupropavonite homologous series of primarily Pb-Bi-Ag-Cu sulfides ( Makovicky et al. , 1977 ; Topa et al. , 2012 ) and the sartorite homologous series of Pb-As-Sb-Ag sulfides ( Makovicky, 1984 ; Pring, 2001 ) are the most...
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