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The geochemistry of arsenic, Keno Hill-Galena Hill area, Yukon, Canada


The geochemistry of arsenic, Keno Hill-Galena Hill area, Yukon, Canada



Pages 757-770 1965



In the country rock of this area arsenic is most abundant in the graphitic argillites, schists, and phyllites, the bulk of it carried in pyrite. In this second stage mineralization of the area arsenic is concentrated in arseno-pyrite; in the third stage siderite-galena-sphalerite-pyrite lodes, small amounts occur in pyrite and freibergite. Oxidation of the lodes has led to the formation of scorodite, beudanite, and pharmacosiderite--all the result of a series of complex oxidation, hydrolytic, co-precipitation, and adsorption reactions. The oxidized zones of some veins are slightly enriched in arsenic; others are depleted. Zones of reduction show a small enrichment where marcasite, secondary pyrite, and pyrargyrite are abundant.

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