Nickel sulphides

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Nickel sulphide impurities exist in all forms of glass – they are small, discrete particles that are insoluble (or more correctly, not miscible in molten glass). Chemically, the mineral is also known as millerite – one of a few sulphide minerals that form fine acicular crystals that appear as hair-like fibres aggregated into sprays...

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