Antimonite

Antimonite

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Credit: DIRK WIERSMA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Antimonite (or stibnite), a sulphide of Antimony (Sb2S3) fitting the orthorhombic crystal system. It often forms prismatic to needle-like radial crystals as seen in the blue rosettes here. Used with lead in battery plates, and in manufacture of flameproofing compounds. From Neunkirchen in Siegerland, Germany. Width 60mm.

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Keywords: antimonite, antimony, battery plates, blue rosettes, environment, flameproofing compounds, geological, geology, germany, mineral, nature, neunkirchen, orthorhombic crystal system, prismatic to needle-like, radial crystals, rock, sb2s3, siegerland, stibnite, sulfide, sulphide

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