Arseniate


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Specimens of mimetite from Dry Gill in the collections of the Natural History Museum, London, date from 1830, but the occurrence was not referred to in the literature until an "arseniate of lead" was described from Caldbeck in Allan's Phillips's Mineralogy (1837) as "...
(1960) Un arseniate de calcium et de magnesium isomorphe de la beta-roselite.
Among the most remarkable specimens in this collection are green carbonate of lead with quartz, blende with twenty sided crystals and green fluors in crystals; crystallized antimony, with red blende on quartz, yellow copper ore with opal, and arseniate of copper in cubes of bright green colour.