Anglesite

Anglesite

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Caption: Anglesite, a sulphate of lead (PbSO4), formed by the oxidation of galena (PbS). It is a pale green, blue, yellow or colourless mineral with orthorhombic crystals. Associated with galena and is a secondary lead ore. From Otavi mine in Tsumeb, Namibia. Height 55mm.

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Keywords: anglesite, colourless mineral, environment, geological, geology, green, namibia, nature, orthorhombic crystals, otavi mine, oxidation of galena, pbso4, rock, secondary lead ore, sulphate of lead, tsumeb

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