Hydrated normal sulphate
Specific gravity: 2.90 to 2.93 measured, 2.90 calculated
Colour: Colourless, white, pale yellow, greenish yellow
Görgeyite is typically an uncommon secondary mineral in
evaporite deposits; it also occurs in hydrothermal veins. In evaporites it is associated with
polyhalite, anhydrite and
At the type locality, the Ischler Salzberg, Perneck, Bad Ischl, Gmunden District, Upper Austria, görgeyite occurs as thin tabular crystals in an evaporite deposit, associated with glauberite and minor halite and polyhalite (AM 39.403).
At the Cesano geothermal field, Metropolitan City of Rome Capital, Lazio, Italy, görgeyite is associated with cesanite and pyrite (HOM).
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