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n.1.(Min.) A sulphide of lead and antimony, of a blackish lead-gray color and metallic luster.
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Haber, "Thin-film growth of low temperature lead antimony sulfide plagionite phases", Chemical Communications, 33, 3543, (2006).
ludlamite, marcasite, opal, owyheeite, pyrrhotite, plagionite, pyrite, semseyite, siderite, sphalerite, stannite, tourmaline, valentinite, variscite, vivianite, wavellite, wurtzite; *(?
In the Purisima Concepcion West section of the lead-zinc orebody, plagionite occurs with galena, pyrite and arsenopyrite.