Tags: apiedit, Visual edit
Tags: apiedit, Visual edit
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'''Found in:'''
 
'''Found in:'''
*[[Ores:Bistot|Bistot]] (170-187 per unit basis)
 
*[[Ores:Omber|Omber]] (123-135 per unit basis)
 
*[[Ores:Jaspet|Jaspet]] (437-481 per unit basis)
 
 
*[[Ores:Plagioclase|Plagioclase]] (512-563 per unit basis)
 
*[[Ores:Plagioclase|Plagioclase]] (512-563 per unit basis)
*[[Ores:Pyroxeres|Pyroxeres]] (59-65 per unit basis)
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*[[Ores:Jaspet|Jaspet]] (437-481 per unit basis)
 
*[[Ores:Scordite|Scordite]] (416-458 per unit basis)
 
*[[Ores:Scordite|Scordite]] (416-458 per unit basis)
 
*[[Ores:Bistot|Bistot]] (170-187 per unit basis)
 
*[[Ores:Spodumain|Spodumain]] (140-158 per unit basis)
 
*[[Ores:Spodumain|Spodumain]] (140-158 per unit basis)
 
*[[Ores:Omber|Omber]] (123-135 per unit basis)
 
*[[Ores:Pyroxeres|Pyroxeres]] (59-65 per unit basis)
   
 
==Links==
 
==Links==

Revision as of 14:48, 5 September 2015

A soft crystal-like mineral with a very distinguishing orange glow as if on fire. Used as conduit and in the bio-chemical industry. Commonly found in many asteroid-ore types.

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Structure Volume: 0.01m3
Base Price: 8 ISK

Found in:

Links

Pyerite at Chrucker Market Database


Processed Minerals and Unprocessed Ores

IsogenMegacyteMexallonMorphite
NocxiumPyeriteTritaniumZydrine


ArkonorBistotCrokiteDark OchreGneissHedbergiteHemorphiteJaspet
KerniteMercoxitOmberPlagioclasePyroxeresScorditeSpodumainVeldspar

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