dyscrasite


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dyscrasite

[′dis·krə‚sīt]
(mineralogy)
Ag2Sb A gray mineral that forms rhombic crystals.
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Petr Zajicek was one of those lucky Czechs who, in 1979, helped recover and export the now very famous specimens of dyscrasite from Pribram, Bohemia, Czech Republic (then Czecho-slovakia).
Harz arsenics and dyscrasites, a phosphophyllite from Hagendorf, and a hessite from Colorado; except for the hessite, all of these are good candidates for Karabacek pieces.