dyscrasite


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dyscrasite

(ˈdɪskrəˌsaɪt)
n
an alloy of antimony and silver
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Okay, dyscrasite is [Ag.sub.3]Sb, allargentum is [Ag.sub.1-x][Sb.sub.x], schachnerite is [Ag.sub.1.1][Hg.sub.0.9], and you know what silver is.
Let's begin with the newly discovered occurrence of dyscrasite, in spiky, metallic tin-white crystals enclosed in white calcite, from the Bouismas mine, Bou Azzer district, Morocco.
The busy Barcelonan has scored about 30 miniatures of the new dyscrasite from the Bouismas mine, Bou Azzer district, Morocco, which I mentioned in the last Denver report and in my August 3 online installment.