molybdophyllite

molybdophyllite

[mə¦lib·dō′fi‚līt]
(mineralogy)
(Pb,Mg)2SiO4·H2O A colorless, white, or pale-green mineral composed of a silicate of lead and magnesium.
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I worked my way through scores of exotic specimens which up till then were only names in mineralogy texts to me: perite, allactite, akrochordite, paulmooreite, molybdophyllite, and eveite (the manganese analog of adamite, whose naming once elicited much criticism for its flippancy).