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Stromeyerite is a mineral, a sulphide of copper and silver. It is one of series of copper-silver sulphide minerals with varying proportions of the two metals.
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Blue grey or dark blue, it was discovered in 1832 and it is named after the German chemist, Friedrich Stromeyer who performed the first analysis of the mineral.
Categories: Copper minerals | Silver minerals | Sulfide minerals
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