fiedlerite

fiedlerite

[′fēd·lə‚rīt]
(mineralogy)
Pb3(OH)2Cl4 A colorless mineral composed of a hydroxychloride of lead, occurring as monoclinic crystals.
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801 and 802*** Fiedlerite, and Laurionite, Laurium, Greece, no.
35 (1997), hornblende 219 (= ferrotschermakite) Fiedlerite polytypes Merlino et al.: Min.
(5) In the first camp fall those whom White has referred to as the "Fiedlerites" (102); in the second, Segrest; and in the third, Gleeson-White--for whom both Mick Kelly (the young heroine of Heart) and Frankie Addams are "portraits of grotesque adolescence" ("Revisiting" 112).