Awaruite: The Story of the Second Mineral Described From New Zealand — TumbleStone

Awaruite is the second of 13 minerals that have been first described from New Zealand and accepted as valid by the International Mineralogical Association. The first was Taranakite, the subject of a previous Post. This Post tells the story of Awaruite. Awaruite is a rare natural nickel-iron alloy (Ni3Fe – though web.mineral.com defines it as “Ni2Fe to Ni3Fe”) […]

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