Copper pyrites, or yellow copper ore; a common ore of copper, containing copper, iron, and sulphur. It occurs massive and in tetragonal crystals of a bright brass yellow color.
A common mineral found in almost all sulfide copper deposits make it the leading source of copper.
A copper ore mineral composed of copper, iron and sulphur.
(der) Chalkopyrit, (der) Kupferkies Etymology: gr. chalkos = Copper and gr. pyr = Fire. Chemical formula: CuFeS2 Crystal system: tetragonal Mohs scale: 3,5 Density: 4,1 - 4,3 Environment: Abundant in sulfide ore deposits. Chalcopyrite is the most important Copper ores, with copper contents up to 34,5%. More specific details can be found in the mineral database
Greenish-yellow mineral composed of copper, iron and sulfur. It is a copper ore.
A sulphide mineral of copper and iron; the most important ore mineral of copper.
a yellow copper ore (CuFeS2) made up of copper-iron sulfide
The major ore mineral for copper (CuFeS2).
CuFeS, a widely distributed yellow mineral consisting of a sulfide of copper and iron in tetragonal crystalline form. This copper ore is a major source of copper
A bright brass-yellow tetragonal mineral. It is generally found massive and constitutes the most important ore of copper.
Chalcopyrite is a copper - sulfide ore mineral. The copper content is 25% by atomic percentage.
A mineral containing copper. Its chemical name is copper iron sulphide - chemical formula CuFeS2. It is brassy yellow in colour, has a hardness of 3.5-4 and produces a green streak when scratched on a white tile.
An ore of copper CuFeS2.
Copper sulphide ore.
A copper-iron sulphide mineral (CuFeS2);
Chalcopyrite is a copper iron sulfide mineral that crystallizes in the tetragonal system. It has the chemical composition CuFeS2.