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Sejkora, J., Biagioni, C., Vrtiška, L. & Moelo, Y. (2021) Zvestovite-(Zn), Ag-6(Ag4Zn2)As4S13, a new tetrahedrite-group mineral from Zvestov, Czech Republic. Mineralogical Magazine, 85 716–724. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1180/mgm.2021.57
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 0026-461X, 1471-8022
Clé BibTeX: Sejkora2021
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Mots-clés: arsenic, crystal structure, Czech Republic, new mineral, silver, Tetrahedrite group, Zvěstov, zvěstovite-(Zn)
Créateurs: Biagioni, Moelo, Sejkora, Vrtiška
Collection: Mineralogical Magazine
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The new mineral, zvestovite-(Zn), ideally Ag-6(Ag4Zn2)As4S13, was found in quartz-baryte gangue at the mine dump of the abandoned small deposit of Zvestov, central Bohemia, Czech Republic. Zvestovite-(Zn) is associated with tennantite-(Zn), tetrahedrite-(Zn), argentotennantite-(Zn), acanthite and supergene azurite and malachite. The new mineral occurs as rare relic anhedral grains rimmed by acanthite, up to 100 mu m in size. Zvestovite-(Zn) is grey, Mohs hardness is ca. 31/2-4, in agreement with other members of the tetrahedrite group; the calculated density is 5.16 In reflected light, zvestovite-(Zn) is grey with a greenish tint, without bireflectance, pleochroism or anisotropy. Deep red internal reflections are ubiquitous. Reflectance values of zvestovite-(Zn) in air (R%) are: 28.5 at 470 nm, 26.9 at 546 nm, 25.5 at 589 nm and 23.8 at 650 nm. The empirical formula for zvestovite-(Zn), based on electron-microprobe analyses (n = 4), is Ag-6.27[(Ag3.90Cu0.38)(Sigma 4.28)(Zn1.60Fe0.09Cd0.03)(Sigma 1.72)](Sigma 6.00)(As2.26Sb1.48)(Sigma 3.74)S-12.50. The ideal formula is Ag-6(Ag4Zn2)As4S13, which requires (in wt.%) Ag 56.01, Zn 6.79, As 15.56 and S 21.64, total 100.00. Zvestovite-(Zn) is cubic, I (4) over bar 3m, with unit-cell parameters: a = 10.850(2) angstrom, V = 1277.3(8) angstrom(3) and Z = 2. The strongest reflections of the calculated powder X-ray diffraction pattern [d, angstrom (I) (hkl)] are: 3.1321(100) (222), 2.7125(21) (400), 1.9809(11) (521), 1.9180(31) (440) and 1.6357(15) (622). According to the single-crystal X-ray diffraction data (R-obs = 0.051), the crystal structure of zvestovite-(Zn) agrees with the general features of the members of the tetrahedrite group. Zvestovite-(Zn) is named after its type locality, Zvestov; the suffix indicates the dominant divalent C-constituent, according to the approved nomenclature of the tetrahedrite group. It is the As-isotype of rozhdestvenskayaite-(Zn). The mineral and its name have been approved by the Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification of the International Mineralogical Association (IMA2020-061).
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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