Kutinaite

arsenide

koutekite

Formula: Ag6Cu14As7
Arsenide
Specific gravity: 8.38
Hardness: 4½
Colour: Grey, greyish-white, blue-grey
Environments:

Hydrothermal environments

Kutinaite is a rare arsenide.

At the type locality, Černý Důl, Krkonoše Mountain, Czech Republic, kutinaite occurs in carbonate-rich hydrothermal veins associated with novákite, with which it is intergrown, koutekite, paxite, arsenolamprite and löllingite (HOM, AM55.1083).

At Wasserfall, France, kutinaite is associated with allargentum, koutekite and domeykite (HOM).

At Meskani, Iran, kutinaite is associated with koutekite and domeykite (HOM).

At Niederbeerbach, Germany, kutinaite is associated with paxite, lautite, arsenic, silver, löllingite and proustite (HOM).

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