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Biagioni, C., Sejkora, J., Raber, T., Roth, P., Moelo, Y., Dolníček, Z. & Pasero, M. (2021) Tennantite-(Hg), Cu-6(Cu4Hg2)As4S13, a new tetrahedrite-group mineral from the Lengenbach quarry, Binn, Switzerland. Mineralogical Magazine, 85 744–751. 
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Type de référence: Article
DOI: 10.1180/mgm.2021.59
Numéro d'identification (ISBN etc.): 0026-461X, 1471-8022
Clé BibTeX: Biagioni2021a
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Catégories: IMN, INTERNATIONAL
Mots-clés: arsenic, binn valley, Copper, crystal structure, lengenbach, mercury, new mineral, sulfosalt, switzerland, tennantite-(Hg)
Créateurs: Biagioni, Dolníček, Moelo, Pasero, Raber, Roth, Sejkora
Collection: Mineralogical Magazine
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Résumé     
Tennantite-(Hg), Cu-6(Cu4Hg2)As4S13, was approved as a new mineral species (IMA2020-063) from the Lengenbach quarry, Imfeld, Binn Valley, Canton Valais, Switzerland. It was identified as an aggregate of black metallic tetrahedral crystals, less than 0.1 mm in size, intimately associated with sinnerite, and grown on realgar. In reflected light, tennantite-(Hg) is isotropic, grey in colour, with creamy tints. Minimum and maximum reflectance data for COM wavelengths in air are [lambda (nm): R (%)]: 470: 29.1; 546: 29.1; 589: 28.5; 650: 27.7. Electron microprobe analysis gave (in wt.% - average of 7 spot analyses): Cu 32.57(42), Ag 6.38(19), Tl 0.29(14), Zn 0.04(5), Hg 17.94(2.27), Pb 0.70(51), As 17.83(61), Sb 0.34(8), S 24.10(41), total 100.19(1.04). The empirical formula of the sample studied, recalculated on the basis of Sigma Me = 16 atoms per formula unit, is (Cu4.69Ag1.04Tl0.03)(Sigma 5.76)(Cu4.35Hg1.58Pb0.06Zn0.01)(Sigma 6.00)(As4.20Sb0.05)(Sigma 4.25)S-13.26. Tennantite-(Hg) is cubic, I (4) over bar 3m, with a = 10.455(7) angstrom, V = 1143(2) angstrom(3) and Z = 2. The crystal structure of tennantite-(Hg) has been refined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction data to a final R-1 = 0.0897 on the basis of 214 unique reflections with F-o > 4 sigma(F-o) and 22 refined parameters. Tennantite-(Hg) is isotypic with other members of the tetrahedrite group. Mercury is hosted at the tetrahedrally coordinated M(1) site, in accord with the relatively long M(1)-S(1) distance (2.389 angstrom), similar to that observed in tetrahedrite-(Hg). Minor Ag is located at the triangularly-coordinated and split M(2) site. Other occurrences of tennantite-(Hg) are briefly reviewed and the Lengenbach finding is described within the framework of previous knowledge about the Hg mineralogy at this locality.
  
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  
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