Mimetite

Mim'e·tite noun [ Greek ... an imitator. So called because it resembles pyromorphite.] (Min.) A mineral occurring in pale yellow or brownish hexagonal crystals. It is an arseniate of lead.
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mimetite

<chemical> A mineral occurring in pale yellow or brownish hexagonal crystals. It is an arseniate of lead. ... Origin: Gr. An imitator. So called because it resembles pyromorphite. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Mimetite

• (n.) A mineral occurring in pale yellow or brownish hexagonal crystals. It is an arseniate of lead.
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mimetite

arsenate mineral, lead chloride arsenate [Pb5(AsO4)3Cl], in the pyromorphite series of the apatite group of phosphates. Its colour ranges from brown ...
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Mimetite

Mimetite, whose name derives from the Greek Μιμητής mimethes, meaning "imitator", is an arsenate mineral which forms as a secondary mineral in lead deposits, usually by the oxidation of galena and arsenopyrite. The name is a reference to mimetite`s resemblance to the mineral pyromorphite. This resemblance is not coincidental, as mimetite...
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Mimetite

Mimetite is an arsenochloride of lead and a minor ore of lead and has the formulae Pb5(AsO4)3Cl and a relative hardness of 4. It is a relatively rare mineral which occurs in the oxidized portions of lead bearing veins. Mimetite occurs in yellow, orange, brown, green and white colours and is related to and resembles pyromorphite. Milarite was identi
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