Wulfenite

Wulfenite is a lead molybdate mineral with the formula PbMoO4. It can be most often found as thin tabular crystals with a bright orange-red to yellow-orange color, sometimes brown, although the color can be highly variable. In its yellow form it is sometimes called `yellow lead ore`. It crystallizes in the tetragonal system, often occurring as s.....
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Wulfenite

• (n.) Native lead molybdate occurring in tetragonal crystals, usually tabular, and of a bright orange-yellow to red, gray, or brown color; -- also called yellow lead ore.
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wulfenite

noun a yellow to orange or brown mineral used as a molybdenum ore
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Wulfenite

Wul'fen·ite noun [ So named after F. X. Wulfen , an Australian mineralogist.] (Min.) Native lead molybdate occurring in tetragonal crystals, usually tabular, and of a bright orange-yellow to red, gray, or brown color; -- also called yellow lead ore .
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Wulfenite

Lead molybdate
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wulfenite

lead molybdate, PbMoO4, a minor source of molybdenum and the second most common molybdenum mineral. It occurs in the oxidized zone of lead and ... [1 related articles]
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Wulfenite

Wulfenite (Yellow lead ore), named after F. X. Wulfen, an Australian mineralogist, is native lead molybdate occurring in tetragonal crystals, usually tabular, and of a bright orange-yellow to red, grey, or brown colour. It has the formulae PbMoO4 and a relative hardness of 3. It is a minor source of molybdenum and is found in the oxidized portion o...
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wulfenite

[n] - a yellow to orange or brown mineral used as a molybdenum ore
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