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IRON PYRITE AND GOLD COMPARISON<br />
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Gold nuggets compared to "Fool's Gold"<br />
The mineral iron pyrite has a simple cubic structure. It is also known as iron sulfide (FeS2) or Fool's Gold because of its similar lustre to gold. Gold (Au) is a malleable and ductile transition metal. Pyrite is sometimes found in association with gold.

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IRON PYRITE AND GOLD COMPARISON
(Variations Available)
Gold nuggets compared to "Fool's Gold"
The mineral iron pyrite has a simple cubic structure. It is also known as iron sulfide (FeS2) or Fool's Gold because of its similar lustre to gold. Gold (Au) is a malleable and ductile transition metal. Pyrite is sometimes found in association with gold.

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