Definition of Pyrrhotites
1. pyrrhotite [n] - See also: pyrrhotite
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Literary usage of Pyrrhotites
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1. Ore-deposits: A Sequel to the 2d Ed. of "The Genesis of Ore-deposits," by by František Pošepný, Samuel Franklin Emmons, George Ferdinand Becker, John Duer Irving, H. DeWitt Smith, Henry Gardiner Ferguson (1913)
"pyrrhotites in General. For many years the composition of pyrrhotite has presented to chemists and mineralogists a most difficult and interesting problem, ..."
2. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1904)
"which prevails regarding the exact chemical composition of pyrrhotites is ... pyrrhotites in General. For many years the composition of pyrrhotite has ..."
3. Report of the Royal Ontario Nickel Commission: With Appendix by Ontario Royal Nickel Commission, George Thomas Holloway (1917)
"... pyrrhotites. Econ. Geol., 1907, vol. II, pp. 350-366. ... pyrrhotites, \vith special reference to the deposits of Sudbury, Ontario, St. Stephen, NB, ..."
4. Transactions of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers by Canadian Society of Civil Engineers (1903)
"... yet compensate by comparatively sharp lines between ore and waste; in this respect they differ markedly from the British Columbia pyrrhotites which, ..."
5. Annual Report (new Series). by Geological Survey of Canada (1899)
"The heavy capping of gossan covering the St. Stephen pyrrhotites has its counterpart at Sudbury, and is in each case indicative of the large bodies of ..."
6. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1917)
"F. A process for smelting pyrrhotites containing copper and nickel. Metallurgie, 1000, vol. VI, No. 3, pp. 83-92; No. 4, pp. 127-134. ..."
7. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1892)
"Many geologists are of opinion that the massive pyrrhotites of Canada and other places are the cooled remains of a molten mass ; and every parcel of matter ..."