cuprotungstite

cuprotungstite

[¦kyü·prō′təŋ‚stīt]
(mineralogy)
Cu2(WO4)(OH)2 A green mineral that forms compact masses; soluble in acids; the crystal system is not known.
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(See the last page of the July-August 2007 issue for some historical background, or the July online installment of "What's new in the mineral world.") If you had the means, you could take home from Denver a simply smashing 19th-century Philly specimen of such things as Utah cuprotungstite, Peruvian gratonite, German kermesite, pre-Bolshevik Russian gem crystals and other historical treasures.
La Salvadora 2 Barite, Galena, Stibnite La Salvadora 3 Apatite, cuprotungstite, scheelite, tourmaline, wolframite La Sorpresa Annabergite, gersdorffite, nickline La Union See Carmen-Aurora La Verde Columbite, topaz, green muscovite Laguna Cachi See Cachilaguna Lapiani Pyrite, siderite Laurani Enargite, (*) lammerite, lavendulan, luzonite Lequepalca Ferberite, hydrozincite, linnaeite, stibiconite, stibnite.
Other minerals present in the deposit include galena, scheelite, cuprotungstite, iodargyite and calciovolbrothite.