cesarolite

cesarolite

[‚chāz·ə′rō‚līt]
(mineralogy)
H2PbMn3O8 A steel-gray mineral consisting of a hydrous lead manganate occurring in spongy masses.
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References in periodicals archive ?
Diacritical marks in mineral names include the acute accent (e.g., in andremeyerite), the grave accent (e.g., in cesarolite), the circumflex accent (e.g., in laforetite), the double acute accent (unique to Hungarian) (e.g., in felsobanyaite), the cedilla (e.g., in francoisite), the ring (e.g., in haleniusite), the caron (e.g., in cechite), the trema (or umlaut or diaeresis) (e.g., in moeloite), the tilde (e.g., in ordonezite), the bar (or slash) (e.g., in j0rgensenite), and the apostrophe (e.g., in d'ansite).