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The chemical formula of mineral Bezsmertnovite is indicated by Au4Cu(Te,Pb). Mineral Bezsmertnovite is most commonly found in the cementation zone of a volcanogenic gold telluride deposit. This mineral is most commonly found at its type of locality at Kamchatka, Russia. Bezsmertnovite was named for Marianna S. Bezsmertnaya (1915-1991) and Valdimir V. Bezsmertny (1912-), Russian geologists. Mineral Bezsmertnovite is known to crystallize in the orthorhombic system of crystal formation. In optical mineralogy, this orthorhombic crystal system comprises crystals having three mutually perpendicular axes, of which all are of different lengths.

            Mineral Bezsmertnovite has no cleavage display even if it is closely evaluated using the petrographic polarizing light microsccope used in the field of optical mineralogy. This mineral is most commonly found colored bronze or golden yellow in hand sample. The specific gravity measure of mineral Bezsmertnovite is usually found 16.3 grams per cubic centimeters. Most crystals of mineral Bezsmertnovite are found opaque in appearance. The crystal habit of mineral Bezsmertnovite as described in the field of optical mineralogy is usually found microscopic form where crystals can only be made visible if evaluated using the polarizing microscope. The hardness measure of mineral Bezsmertnovite is usually found 4.5 when evaluated using the Mohs scale method. Bezsmertnovite is also commonly found showing metallic luster when viewed closely in reflected light of petrographic polarizing microscope for mineralogists. Mineral Bezsmertnovite is found to be weakly anisotrophic showing neutral gray shades when evaluated with the aid of polarized microscope used in the field of optical mineralogy. The interference color of mineral Bezsmertnovite is usually found bright orange yellow when viewed under polarized microscope for mineralogists. Bezsmertnovite is found to be not radioactive when chemically evaluated.



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