bindheimite


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bindheimite

[′bint‚hī‚mīt]
(mineralogy)
Pb2Sb2O6(O,OH) A hydrous lead antimonate mineral produced from natural oxidation of jamesonite; found in Nevada.
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Typically the boulangerite is coated with pale yellow, powdery bindheimite, and rarely it is found completely altered to bindheimite.
Associated minerals include cerussite, anglesite, realgar, barite, galena, mimetite, smithsonite, valentinite and bindheimite.
Like duftite, bindheimite has been found only in one specimen, as white earthy pseudomorphs after acicular crystals of lead sulphoantimonides.
Apple-green, earthy duftite associated with bindheimite has been found in a single specimen from the Tognetti quarry.
Bindheimite was identified as earthy yellow coatings and masses associated with coarse cleavable galena and minor cerussite from the 5,280 level in the southeast corner of the pit.
Mimetite occurs as transparent, pale yellow hexagonal crystals to 50 microns, associated with cerussite crystals and pulverulent bindheimite, on samples of galena from the southeast side of the 5,280 bench.