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Renierite, (Cu,Zn)11(Ge,As)2Fe4S16 is a rare copper zinc germanium bearing sulfide mineral. It occurs at the Kipushi Mine, Congo; and Namibia, among other places.
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Renierite was named after Armand Renier, a Belgian geologist and Director of the Belgian Geological Survey.
Categories: Zinc minerals | Sulfide minerals | Germanium minerals
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