Periodico di Mineralogia

Aims

The Periodico di Mineralogia is an open access journal that covers all aspects of Mineralogy, Crystallography, Geochemistry, Ore deposits, Petrology, Volcanology, and applied topics on Environment, Archaeometry and Cultural Heritage. It publishes regular research articles, reviews, and short communications. The journal aim is to encourage scientists to publish their experimental and theoretical results in as much detail as possible. Therefore, there is no restriction on article length. Additional data may be hosted on the web sites as "supplementary materials". Color print is free of cost. Short publication time is assured.

The Periodico di Mineralogia is property of Università degli Studi di Roma “La Sapienza”.
It's published three times a year as printed papers and online pdf

Events

2-6 September 2012 - The Periodico di Mineralogia at the first European Mineralogical Conference of Frankfurt.

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ISSN PRINT: 0369-8963
ISSN ON LINE: 2239-1002

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Periodico di Mineralogia
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FORTHCOMING PAPERS

 

Mercury-arsenic sulfosalts from the Apuan Alps (Tuscany, Italy). III. Aktashite, Cu6Hg3As4S12, and laffittite, AgHgAsS3, from the Monte Arsiccio mine: occurrence and crystal structure
Cristian Biagioni, Elena Bonaccorsi, Yves Moëlo and Paolo Orlandi


Geothermobarometry of Al-silicate-bearing migmatites from the Variscan chain of NE Sardinia, Italy: a P-T pseudosection approach
Gabriele Cruciani, Dario Fancello, Marcello Franceschelli, Massimo Scodina and Maria Elena Spano


Dependence of structural data from sinθ/λ extension in Rietveld refinement of virtually texture-free laboratory X-ray powder-diffraction data
Paolo Ballirano



Elemental mobility and mass changes during alteration in the Maher-Abad porphyry Cu–Au deposit, SW Birjand, Eastern Iran
Kamal Siahcheshm, Ali Asghar Calagari, Ali Abedini and Sven Sindern



X-Ray, Thermal, FT-IR and morphological studies of zinc borate in presence of boric acid synthesized by ulexite
Ozlem Akgul, Nil Baran Acarali, Nurcan Tugrul, Emek Moroydor Derun and Sabriye Piskin



An original experimental  approach to study the alteration and/or contamination of archaeological ceramics originated by seawater burial
Giuseppe Montana, Luciana Randazzo, Cristina Maria Belfiore, Mauro Francesco La Russa, Silvestro Antonio Ruffolo, Anna Maria De Francesco, Antonino Pezzino, Rosalda Punturo and Vincenzo Di Stefano 



Reliability of the structural data for calcite and dolomite extracted from X-ray powder diffraction by Rietveld refinement
Shanke Liu, He Li and Jianming Liu

 
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Vol 82, No 3 (2013): Special issue


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