lorandite


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lorandite

[′lä·rən‚dīt]
(mineralogy)
TlAsS2 A cochineal- to carmine-red or dark lead-gray mineral composed of thallium sulfarsenide, occurring in monoclinic form.
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Alsar, the world's only source of thallium and lorandite, is one of Macedonia most valuable natural treasures, estimated at some 1.
Brinton mount) Lorandite and Realgar, Alchar, Macedonia, Greece, no.
The Mercur mine specimens show bright red (with a sort of satiny luster), wellformed lorandite crystals to 3 cm, in massive calcite/barite/realgar matrix.