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Tadschikistan

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Tadschikistan

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Der Bergbau produziert verschiedenste Minerale, wie Bauxit, Antimon-, Arsen-, Bor-, Blei-, Zink-, Quecksilber-, Molybdän-, Silber-, Strontium-, Zinn-, Uran- und Wolfram-Verbindungen, Cölestin, Kohle, Bausteine, Flußspat, Salz, Gold, Erdgas, Erdöl, Halbedel- wie Dekorsteine.

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Minerals (Count: 293)

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Heliodor
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Heliodor  D

Heliodor (Goldberyll), x ca. 2 x 2 x 1,5 cm Fundort: Tadschikistan (genauerer Fundort nicht bekannt)

Collection: berthold
Copyright: berthold
Contribution: Mineralienatlas 2004-12-10
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Rocks (Count: 16)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

  • Baratov, R.B. et al. (1969). The age differentiation of the magmatic complexes in Tadjikistan. Izv. AN Tadj. SSR, otd. phys. mat. i geol. chim. nauk, 1969: 4(34): 69-82.
  • Baratov, R.B., Afinogenova, L.N., and Litvinenko, K.I. (1970). Endogeneous mineralization of Central Tadjikistan and Pauira. Zakonomemosti razmeshcheniya polesnykh iskopaeykh, M. Nauka, 1970, t.9: 162-171.
  • Pekov, I. (1998). Minerals First discovered on the territory of the former Soviet Union 369 S. Ocean Pictures, Moscow.
  • US Geol. Survey. Minerals Yearbook 2008.

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