Vauquelinite

Vauque'lin·ite noun [ So called after the French chemist Vauquelin , who died in 1829: confer French vauquelinite .] (Min.) Chromate of copper and lead, of various shades of green.
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vauquelinite

<chemical> Chromate of copper and lead, of various shades of green. ... Origin: So called after the French chemist Vauquelin, who died in 1829: cf. F. Vauquelinite. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Vauquelinite

• (n.) Chromate of copper and lead, of various shades of green.
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Vauquelinite

Vauquelinite, named after the French chemist Vauquelin, is a chromate of copper and lead, of various shades of green.
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Vauquelinite

Vauquelinite is a complex mineral with the formula CuPb2(CrO4)(PO4)(OH) making it a combined chromate and phosphate of copper and lead. It forms a series with the arsenate mineral fornacite. It was first described in 1818 in the Beryozovskoye deposit, Urals, Russia, and named for Louis Vauquelin (1763–1829), a French chemist. It occurs in oxidiz
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