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n.1.(Min.) Chromate of copper and lead, of various shades of green.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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No less than 3 (unlabeled) contenders appeared from their 40-year-old newspaper wrappings for Lot 2124 "Chromate of Lead of remarkable beauty, with Phosphate of Lead and Vauquelinite, Beresoff" known to have been acquired by the Duke.
Other associated minerals are: cerussite, bindheimite, vauquelinite, mottramite and pyromorphite.
Species collectors will be happy because there are several dealers in this tent that have quite a few rare minerals, including things like vauquelinite from Russia, as well as wendwilsonite from Morocco.
This deposit is the type locality for five of the known 22 chromate species (cassedanneite, crocoite, embreyite, phoenicochroite, and vauquelinite).
(1881) Vanadinite and other vanadates, wulfenite, crocoite, vauquelinite, etc.
A veinlet of crystals on blue hemimorphite was once discovered, and pseudomorphs after cerussite have been observed on old-time vauquelinite specimens.
21, Gerdshagen, Germany 18276) had a staggering array of systematic species available, the majority from their type localities, including belyankinite, betpakdalite, mushistonite, perlialite, rasvumite, shortite, shcherbakovite, srebrodolskite, strontiopyrochlore, tadzhikite-(Ce), vauquelinite, vitusite-(Ce), and yuksporite.
A closely related mineral is vauquelinite, with the ideal chemical formula [Pb.sub.2]Cu(Cr[O.sub.4])(P[O.sub.4])(OH), which immediately suggests an analogy with the formulae of fornacite, molybdofornacite, and the Whim Creek mineral.