A garnierite with a high nickel content from Western Australia

E. H. Nickel, P. J. Bridge
1975 Mineralogical magazine  
The garnierite, which occurs in the oxide zone overlying a nickel sulphide deposit, consists of talc-like and serpentine-like components, with the former predominating. Chemical and electron-probe analyses give NiO contents ranging between 39.6 and 43.9 weight %.
doi:10.1180/minmag.1975.040.309.09 fatcat:nxr4cmxmhfc4fd3mlwmtgrv7la