Location:

Newry granodiorite. County Down, Northern Ireland, Britain

Trace amounts of molybdenum mineralization are found within the Newry granodiorite.

Major Minerals:

Molybdenite, chalcopyrite, pyrite

Minor Minerals:

Magnetite

Trace Minerals:

Include ilmenite, haematite, sphalerite, pyrrhotite, secondary covelline.

Textures:

Euhedral pyrite encloses mixed pyrrhotite-chalcopyrite inclusions due to the breakdown of iss. Ilmenite crystals are mantled by sphene. Molybdenite laths have chalcopyrite along their cleavage planes

Reference:

Meighan and Ixer, 1980