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Journal Article
Published: 01 August 1977
The Canadian Mineralogist (1977) 15 (3): 339–348.
Journal Article
Published: 10 June 2020
Mineralogical Magazine (2020) 84 (5): 738–745.
... member of the heterochemical isostructural series of ‘unit-cell twinned’ structures, named the pavonite series. The new mineral honours Lubor Žák, a prominent Czech crystallographer and the professor of the Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. * Author for correspondence: Anatoly V...
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Journal Article
Journal: Economic Geology
Published: 01 August 2013
Economic Geology (2013) 108 (5): 1203–1210.
... of pavonite (AgBi 3 S 5 ) and matildite (AgBiS 2 ), which are the two main ternary mineral phases in the Ag-Bi-S system. These new results, coupled with a critical analysis of literature data, allow generation of a consistent set of thermodynamic values in the Ag-Bi-S system. The recommended standard values...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2012
The Canadian Mineralogist (2012) 50 (2): 325–340.
... in paragenesis with other Bi sulfosalts, chalcopyrite and hematite. Members of the pavonite homologous series are associated with bismuthinite derivatives and quartz of the amethyst variety. Three members of the cuprobismutite homologous series and four members of the pavonite homologous series have been found...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2010
The Canadian Mineralogist (2010) 48 (3): 467–481.
...Emil Makovicky; Werner H. Paar; Hubert Putz; Georg Zagler Abstract Dantopaite, Ag 5 Bi 13 S 22 , is the 6 P natural member of the pavonite homologous series. It is a very rare mineral in a quartz vein hosted by Variscan metagranitoids at the abandoned mining district at Erzwies, Gasteiner Valley...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2008
The Canadian Mineralogist (2008) 46 (2): 503–514.
...)(312), 3.646(57)(2̅06), 3.486(41)(208), 3.345(33)(4̅02), 2.964(33)(310), et 2.282(31)(11 10 ). La dimension c est le double de la dimension c de la makovickyite, le membre de la série d’homologues de la pavonite ayant N = 4. Le nom exprime le lien structural étroit avec la makovickyite. Le nouveau...
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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 August 1999
European Journal of Mineralogy (1999) 11 (4): 691–708.
...Gheorghie Ilinca; Emil Makovicky Abstract Theoretical X-ray powder diffraction patterns of all pavonite homologues with known crystal structures were calculated in order to: (1) determine the powder diffraction effects to be anticipated from homologues with scarce or no powder data available; (2...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1996
The Canadian Mineralogist (1996) 34 (6): 1323–1327.
...Masaaki Shimizu; Akira Kato Abstract A chemical analysis of pavonite from the Ikuno mine, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, gives Ag 11.14, Cu 0.40, Fe 0.08, Mn 0.01, Pb 0.16, Bi 69.43, S 18.05, for a total 99.27 wt.%, corresponding to (Ag (sub 0.92) Cu (sub 0.06) Fe (sub 0.01) ) (sub Sigma 0.99) (Bi (sub...
Journal Article
Published: 01 November 1975
The Canadian Mineralogist (1975) 13 (4): 408–410.
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1954
American Mineralogist (1954) 39 (5-6): 409–415.
...E. W. Nuffield Abstract Alaskaite (benjaminite) from Cerro Bonete, Sur-Lipez province, Bolivia has been found to be a new mineral: C2/m; a 13.35, b 4.03, c 16.34 Å, β 94 1 2 °; probable composition and cell contents 4[AgBi 3 S 5 ]. The species has been named pavonite from the Latin pavo, peacock...
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<span class="search-highlight">Pavonite</span> (a) and benjaminite (b), the  N  = 5 and 7 members of the <span class="search-highlight">pavonite</span>...
Published: 01 January 2006
Figure 1. Pavonite (a) and benjaminite (b), the N = 5 and 7 members of the pavonite homologous (accretional) series ( Makovicky and Mumme 1979 ). White spheres: S sites, grey spheres: Ag sites, dark spheres: pure Bi and predominantly Bi sites.
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Compositions of <span class="search-highlight">pavonite</span> homologue ( 5 P, <span class="search-highlight">pavonite</span>?) plotted in Bi-Ag-(Pb+C...
Published: 01 April 2004
F ig . 9. Compositions of pavonite homologue ( 5 P, pavonite?) plotted in Bi-Ag-(Pb+Cu) ternary space. Two backscattered electron images show the morphology of the mineral. Pav: pavonite (?), Li: lillanite, Py: pyrite.
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Compositional scheme for <span class="search-highlight">pavonite</span> 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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Collage of slices of <span class="search-highlight">pavonite</span>-like structure (one of which is shaded) cut o...
Published: 01 October 2010
F ig . 6. Collage of slices of pavonite-like structure (one of which is shaded) cut out of the structure of watkinsonite. When joined by applying crystallographic shear, they generate a pavonite homologue N = 5. Selected foreshortened octahedra are indicated in pink.
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Positions of selected <span class="search-highlight">pavonite</span> homologues, cupromakovickyite and cupromakop...
Published: 01 April 2012
Fig. 2 Positions of selected pavonite homologues, cupromakovickyite and cupromakopavonite in the Ag – Bi – (Pb + Cu) diagram. Red lines indicate the Ag + Bi ↔ 2Pb substitution trends for the N = 4 and 5 pavonite homologues, respectively. Empirical compositions are shown for selected Cu-free
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A. Laths of cuprobismutite (cpb) replaced by makovickyite ( 4 P), with smal...
Published: 01 April 2012
Fig. 3 A. Laths of cuprobismutite (cpb) replaced by makovickyite ( 4 P), with small grains of bismuthinite (bmt). B. Cuprobismutite laths (cpb) with krupkaite (krp) replaced by pavonite ( 5 P). C. Cuprobismutite laths (cpb) replaced by pavonite ( 5 P) and bismuthinite (bmt). D. Cuprobismutite
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Compositions of Cu-free Pb-substituted Ag–Bi <span class="search-highlight">pavonites</span>, 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
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2007
The Canadian Mineralogist (2007) 45 (3): 437–443.
...), c 14.711(1) Å, β 115.59(1)°, V 695.6(1) Å 3 . The structure is equivalent to that of synthetic CdBi 2 S 4 , space group C 2/ m , Z = 4, and represents a pavonite homologue, N = 3. It is built of three-octahedron-thick columns of (311)PbS-like slabs combined by “unitcell twinning” in a quasi-mirror...
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The crystal structure of <span class="search-highlight">pavonite</span>, AgBi 3 S 5  ( Kim  et al ., 2005 ) ( N  ...
Published: 01 January 2019
Fig. 3 The crystal structure of pavonite, AgBi 3 S 5 ( Kim et al ., 2005 ) ( N  = 5), in oblique projection along approximately [010]. Large white spheres, S; grey spheres, Ag; black spheres, Bi.