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Melonite, or nickel telluride, is a telluride of nickel; it is a metallic mineral. Its chemical formula is NiTe2. It is opaque and white to reddish-white in color, oxidizing in air to a brown tarnish.
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It was first described from the Melones and Stanislaus mine in Calaveras County, California in 1866.
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