Abstract

A study of telluride minerals and ores, mainly by microscopic and x-ray methods, has Ied to revised and condensed synoptic descriptions of tlle telluride minerals and a catalogue of canadian telluride localities. The mineral descriptions contain new measurements of specific gravity, some new cell dimensions, and numerous new x-ray powder patterns, gi1ren in tables and reproductions; they also include the available chemical analyses of Canadian materials and summaries of observed occurrences and associations. The topographic list of Canadian te.lluride localities distinguishes positive identifications by x-rays from those based on older methods.

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