Beresite

Beresite

BERESITE (from the name of the Berezovsky deposit at the Urals mountains * EN: beresite; DE: Beresit; FR: beresite; ES: beresita; RU: березит) is the metasomatic rock, which is consisting of the quartz (25 - 50%), albite (5-25%), sericite (10-15%), carbonate (10%), and is enriched with pyrite. The beresite develops itself within the near-veinous halos around the gold-bearing quartzous veins within the acidic and intermediate rocks under the impact of the solutions with increased acidity (the stage of the acidic leaching) under the conditions of the intermediate or shallow depths. The beresite is the search indicator for the gold ore deposits.