IMA 2018-006a = ognitite

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IMA 2018-006a = ognitite

Messaggio da Marco E. Ciriotti » mer 08 mag, 2019 16:45

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▪ Barkov, A.Y., Bindi, L., Tamura, N., Shvedov, G.I., Winkler,, B., Stan, C.V., Morgenroth, W., Martin, R.F., Zaccarini, F., Stanley, C.J. (2019): Ognitite, NiBiTe, a new mineral species, and cobaltian maucherite from the Ognit ultramafic complex, Eastern Sayans, Russia. Mineralogical Magazine, 83, (in press).

Abstract:
We describe the new species ognitite, NiBiTe, and a cobaltian variety of maucherite, hitherto unreported; both were discovered in the Ognit ultramafic complex of Neoproterozoic age in Eastern Sayans, Russia. The mean composition of ognitite (n = 7) is: Ni 17.05, Fe 0.07, Cu 0.14, Pd 0.14, Te 32.53, Bi 49.64, total 99.57 wt.%, corresponding to: (Ni1.11Cu<0.01Fe<0.01Pd<0.01)Σ1.13Bi0.90Te0.97 (Σ atoms = 3 apfu). Ognitite is trigonal, space group P3m1 [R1 = 0.0276 for 81 reflections with Fo > 4σ(Fo)]. The unit-cell parameters derived from the single-crystal X-ray diffraction data are: a = 3.928(1) Å, c = 5.385(1) Å, V = 71.95(4) Å3, with Z = 1. The c:a ratio is 1.37. The X-ray powder-diffraction data obtained on the same fragment used for the single-crystal study are: a = 3.9332(4) Å, c = 5.3920(6) Å, V = 72.24 (1) Å3. Ognitite exhibits the brucite-type structure with edge-sharing NiTe3Bi3 octahedra forming sheets parallel to (0001). It is related to melonite, but is distinct compositionally (by the extreme Bi-enrichment; melonite and its synthetic analogue contain <0.4 Bi apfu) and structurally: Bi and Te are ordered at two distinct sites, leading to the loss of the center of symmetry in ognitite. At more than 9 wt.% Co, or ~2 apfu Co, the core of cobaltian maucherite [(Ni,Co)11As8] in a zoned crystal, which is surrounded by Co-depleted orcelite, far surpasses the norm (≤1 and up to 3.9 wt.% Co). The unit-cell parameters of the Co-rich maucherite are: a = 6.85(2) and c = 21.83(5) Å, which are based on results of synchrotron micro-Laue diffraction. The host rock consists of serpentine, clinochlore (Mg# 95–97) and skeletal chromite. We favor the metastable crystallization of fluid saturated globules of a sulfide-arsenide melt to explain the anomalous compositions of ore minerals at Ognit. These anomalies seem consistent with rapid cooling in a fluid-enriched system, possibly related to late-stage degassing of the magma, as reflected in a prominent metasomatic aureole at the contact with the enclosing gneissic rocks.
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