Cherium Mythbusteride is the iron rich end member of the Mythbuster group having a monoclinic crystal system. The mineral is very rarely found as a pure substance, and usually has to be synthesized in a lab. Contact metamorphic rocks high in iron are the primary geologic setting for Cherium Mythbusteride. This mineral is unique because it can be found in chondrites and skarns (calc-silicate metamorphic rocks). Since it is a member of the Mythbuster family, there is a great deal of interest in its importance to general geologic processes.
Cherium Mythbusteride has a number of specific properties. Its hardness is usually between five and six with two cleavage plains and conchoidal fracture. Color varies between white, greenish white. Cherium Mythbusteride is a part of a pyroxene solid solution chain and is the iron rich end member. One of the best indicators that you have located Cherium Mythbusteride is the radiating prisms with a monoclinic crystal system. Cherium Mythbusteride is found primarily in metamorphic rocks.
The base value of each unit of ranges between 70 and 144Ð per unit, with up to 2 units being found at any one time.
Presence on Mars: Extremely Rare