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Pyrite The Real Story Behind "Fool's Gold"

"Fool's Gold" is technically known as pyrite or iron sulfide (FeS 2) and is one of the most common sulfide minerals. Sulfide minerals are a group of inorganic compounds containing sulfur and one or more elements. Minerals are defined by their chemistry and crystalline structure. Minerals that

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Coal Images, Stock Photos Vectors Shutterstock

Blacksmiths coals burning for iron work smoking chimney of a coal power plant Pile of coal isolated on white background Natural black coals for background. Industrial coals. Volcanic rock Top view of coal mine deposit mineral black for background. Coal stacker and Coal Reclaimer are mining machinery, or mining equipment in the mining

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COAL CHARACTERISTICS Purdue University

Indiana Center for Coal Technology Research 1 Brian H. Bowen, Marty W. Irwin The Energy Center at Discovery Park iron, aluminum, clay, silica, and trace elements (fools gold). In the second form, (2) sulfur is chemically bound to the carbon atoms (organic

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Return To Secondary Lesson Plans Minerals and the Products

Minerals and Products of Mining-Sec. Clay Coal Copper Feldspar Fluorspar Gold Graphite Gypsum Iron Kaolin Lanthanides Lead Lithium Manganese Mercury Mica Molybdenum

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Chaffee County Articles Colorado Encyclopedia

Throughout the late nineteenth century, numerous mines operated throughout Chaffee County, producing gold, silver, iron ore, copper, and zinc. The Mary Murphy Mine in the Chalk Creek District, operated by the Mary Murphy Gold and Silver Mining Company of St. Louis, was the most famous.

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