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ID number:  BIRUG 105785
Institution:  The Lapworth Museum of Geology
Named collection:  Zambian Copper Belt
Definition:  Chalcopyrite; Bornite
Object type:  Sulphide
Place collected:  Zambia; Kalulushi; Chibuluma West Mine
Chronostratigraphy:  Precambrian

Description:  Heavy block of grey metamorphosed sediment bearing a high proportion of brassy/yellow chalcopyrite, quartz and iridescent bornite. In black on a white paint ground label reads "CWVI." Descriptive list from Roan Consolidated Mines Limited in Box 1 states "CWVI. Bornite and chalcopyrite. Appears to be two varieties of chalcopyrite by cilour. C.F. chalcopyrite in quartz veining and chalcopyrite in "sulphidite" part of specimen,. (Sulphidite a definition coined to describe rocks containing more than 30% sulphide mineralisation)."

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