A hydrated aluminum, potassium, sulfate mineral often found around fumaroles
Typical list of modern geothermal features
Alunite is a potassium sulfate mineral that forms in acid-vapor dominated hydrothermal systems. It is commonly encountered as an alteration mineral in high sulfidation epithermal gold deposits formed from acid-sulfate solutions and in areas with past fumarolic activity.
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