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Chalcopyrite macrophotograph : Stock Photo
A sample of chalcopyrite (copper iron sulphide). This very common mineral is one of the most important copper ores, yielding the by-products gold and silver. About 80 percent of the world's copper is derived from treatment of chalcopyrite ore. Object size approx. 15mm.

Chalcopyrite macrophotograph

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Pasieka
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A sample of chalcopyrite (copper iron sulphide). This very common mineral is one of the most important copper ores, yielding the by-products gold and silver. About 80 percent of the world's copper is derived from treatment of chalcopyrite ore. Object size approx. 15mm.
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