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Libethenite

Libethenite was named in 1823 by August Breithaupt after the typical locality of Ľubietová in Slovakia (Libethen in German). It occurs in the oxidation zones of copper ore deposits. They form columnar or dipyramidal crystals resembling octahedrons or kidney-shaped and spherical aggregates. The color is dark green, black-green or light green. More info

Libethenite was named in 1823 by August Breithaupt after the typical locality of Ľubietová in Slovakia (Libethen in German). It occurs in the oxidation zones of copper ore deposits. They form columnar or dipyramidal crystals resembling octahedrons or kidney-shaped and spherical aggregates. The color is dark green, black-green or light green.
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