iron and sulphide based metalliferous minerals
a mineral compound characterized by the linkage of sulphur with another metal, often associated with ecomonic metal concentrations.
A mineral characterised by the linkages of sulphur with a metal or semi-metal, iron sulphide. Also a zone in which sulphide minerals occur
A compound of sulfur and some other element.
A compound of sulphur and some other element.
A compound of sulphur and other elements to form minerals.
Metalliferous minerals formed with sulphur and often iron; Metric tonne;
(French sulfure, "sulfide") A small ornamental object of white porcelainlike material, made to be encased in glass. The term is also applied to objects that are decorated with sulphides. They were popular in Europe and America throughout the 19th century. It is not known why these objects are called sulphides; in chemistry, a sulfide is a compound containing the element sulfur.