beaverite

beaverite

[′bē·və‚rīt]
(mineralogy)
Pb(Cu,Fe,Al)3(SO4)2(OH)6 A canary yellow, hexagonal mineral consisting of a basic sulfate of lead, copper, iron, and aluminum.
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Anglesite PbS[O.sub.4] Barite BaS[O.sub.4] Beaverite Pb[([Cu.sup.2+], [Fe.sup.3+], Al).sub.3][(S[O.sub.4]).sub.2][(OH).sub.6] Beudantite [Mathematical Expression Omitted] Brochantite [Mathematical Expression Omitted] Devilline [Mathematical Expression Omitted] Goslarite ZnS[O.sub.4][multiplied by]7[H.sub.2]O Gypsum CaS[O.sub.4][multiplied by]2[H.sub.2]O Tsumebite [Pb.sub.2]Cu(P[O.sub.4])(S[O.sub.4])(OH)
At the Barcelona Show Juan Vinals had a large selection of uncommon microminerals from Spain, including linarite, brochantite and beaverite from Sierra de Prades, Tarragona province; roselite from Huercal Overa, Almeria province; and lavendulan and corn-wallite from an unnamed mine in the Mazarron area, Murcia province.