massicot

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massicot

[′mas·ə‚kät]
(mineralogy)
PbO A yellow, orthorhombic mineral consisting of lead monoxide; found in the western and southern United States. Also known as lead ocher.

massicot

A yellow amorphous powder, the crystalline form of which is litharge; used as a pigment.