meneghinite

meneghinite

[′men·ə′gē‚nīt]
(mineralogy)
CuPb13Sb7S24 A blackish lead gray mineral consisting of lead antimony sulfide.
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These included baumhauerite, freieslebenite, livingstonite and meneghinite, as well as some familiar species like proustite.
In a very few specimens, meneghinite occurs in striated c rystals to 1.2 cm-probably the world's best for the species.
Meneghinite occurs in the galena-quartz crystal paragenesis.
Native antimony was found as tiny ([less than] 0.1 mm) blebs with boulangerite, freibergite and meneghinite in a polished section of the massive, sheared galena.
Additional associated minerals include meneghinite, antimony, freibergite, sphalerite, siderite and quartz.