Krakowska paleozoiczna prowincja tellurkowa

Czesław Harańczyk

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CRACOW PALEOZOIC TELLURIC PROVINCE

Summary
Early Paleozoic skarn mineralization and stockwork system of veins containing scheelite, wolframite, tellurides and of bismuth, silver, copper and lead were found in folded Old Paleozoic rocks of Caledonian mountain range of the Cracowides which surrounds the Upper Silesian block from the East in the Silesian-Cracow region. There were identified here: tetradymite, tellurobismuthite, csiklovaite, rucklidgeite, hessite and new minerais Bi3Te4, Bi3Te6, BiTeS, Bi3Te2S2, Ag7Te2 • (Ag, Cu, Bi)6Te2S, Ag3CuBiTe2S2. Tellurides are accompanied by wittichenite, emplectite, bismuthinite, cosalite, matildite, chalcopyrite, pyrrhotine and galena. The characteristics of the new Paleozoic telluride province is given along with the results of analyse and diagnostic features of new tellurides.

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