tsumebite

tsumebite

[′tsü·mə‚bīt]
(mineralogy)
Pb2Cu(PO4)(SO4)(OH) An emerald green, monoclinic mineral consisting of a hydrated basic phosphate and sulfate of lead and copper.
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These include arsentsumebite, tsumebite, corkite, fornacite, duftite, caledonite, kettnerite, linarite, leadhillite, brochantite, mimetite, pyromorphite, vanadinite and wulfenite.
At the Reward mine some of what was originally assumed to be tsumebite is more yellow-green in color than is typical for that mineral.
They typically occur with other phosphates, including tsumebite and pyromorphite.
2 mm) of pale brown perite occur as an early mineral with elongate pyramidal wulfenite, arsenian tsumebite and plattnerite in the Reward mine.
5 mm) were occasionally found with tsumebite and corkite.
Fine specimens of spangolite, brochantite, creedite, cyanotrichite, fluorite, linarite, tsumebite and wulfenite have been recovered.
Some of the minerals occurring at the Mex-Tex mine (coronadite, crandallite, creedite, libethenite, plumbogummite, tsumebite and turquoise) have not been found at the Blanchard mine or elsewhere in the district.
Sprays of bright olive-green libethenite crystals were again found but this time tsumebite, pseudomalachite and pyromorphite were found in addition to plumbogummite and crandallite.
Associated minerals are libethenite, crandallite, turquoise and tsumebite.
1990) Minerals from Kintore and Block 14 Opencuts, Broken Hill, New South Wales; A review of recent discoveries including tsumebite, kipushite and otavite.
Yet phosphates are scarce in Tsumeb, represented mostly by the rare tsumebite and some pyromorphite (Guillemin, 1956).
3]Cl Reichenbachite [Mathematical Expression Omitted] Tsumebite [Pb.