iodyrite

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iodyrite

(ˈaɪəʊdəˌraɪt)
n
(Geological Science) a mineral, AgI, that is a naturally occurring form of silver iodide, is yellowish or greenish in colour, is found in parts of Central and South America, and is hexagonal in shape
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The secondarily leached silver minerals miargyrite, iodargyrite and bromargyrite, were also encountered in the adits.
And micromounters take note: hiding in the copper, in some cases, are sharp, tiny crystals of cerussite, silver, pyromorphite, iodargyrite, and probably an unknown or two.
even of Sielecki's miniature-size matrix specimen of iodargyrite, showing euhedral, bright yellow crystals.