• Jordanite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jordanite Jordanite is a sulfosalt mineral with chemical formula Pb 14 (As,Sb) 6 S 23 in the monoclinic crystal system, named after the German scientist H. Jordan (1808–1887) who discovered it in 1864.. Lead-grey in colour (frequently displaying an iridescent tarnish), its streak is black and its lustre is metallic. Jordanite has a hardness of 3 on Mohs scale, has a density of approximately 6.4, and a ...
  • Jordanite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-2113.html Geocronite-Jordanite Series. Jordanite is considered the high-temperature dimorph of gratonite (Roland, 1968).
  • The Jordanites | Guyana Then And Now

    guyanathenandnow.wordpress.com/2011/10/04/the-jordanites Tale of a Jordanite Preacher . It was Sunday night and the Jordanite preacher was prepared for his service. Brother Hezekiah and Sister Deborah were dressed to kill. The Jordanite was resplendent in a white turban perched securely on top his head, and a long, flowing, lily white robe, held slightly around his waist by a white silk tassel.
  • Jordanites | Encyclopedia.com

    www.encyclopedia.com/religion/.../jordanites Jordanites or White Robed Army.A religious group located along the coast of Guyana.It traces its beginnings to Joseph MacLaren, an Anglican Grenadian, who from 1895 preached ‘pure Protestantism’ from the Bible in Guyana. This led to the establishment of the West Evangelist Millennial Pilgrim Church, but the main founder was E. N. Jordan (d. 1928), who was ‘called’ to join in 1917 ...
  • JORDANITE (Lead Arsenic Antimony Sulfide)

    www.galleries.com/Jordanite Jordanite is isomorphous with the mineral geocronite, Pb 14 (Sb, As) 6 S 23 which means that they both have the same structure, just different chemistries. In this case jordanite is the arsenic rich mineral and geocronite is the antimony rich mineral.
  • Jordanite | Definition of Jordanite by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/jordanite Jordanite definition is - a mineral Pb14As7S2(?) consisting of a lead-gray monoclinic lead arsenic sulfide (specific gravity 6.39).
  • Jordanite | Article about jordanite by The Free Dictionary

    encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/jordanite In these cavities many other sulfosalts have been found: guettardite, robinsonite, zinkenite, boulangerite, semseyite, jordanite, tetrahedrite, sulvanite, colusite ...
  • Jordanite Mineral Specimen For Sale

    www.dakotamatrix.com/products/24869/jordanite Jordanite - Shiny, very minute and lustrous Jordanite in viugs. Rich. . This and many more mineral specimens are available for sale at Dakota Matrix Minerals.

    csmsgeologypost.blogspot.com/2016/.../jordanite-lazard-cahn-willard-wulff.html Jordanite is a rather uncommon lead antimony arsenic sulfide (Pb 14 (As,Sb) 6 S 23]. A long time ago, in my beginning mineralogy course, we classified minerals with a metal ion + a semimetal (replacing part of the lead like arsenic, bismuth or antimony) + sulfur as a sulfosalt.
  • The Jordanites – By Peter Halder | Peter Halder

    peterhalder.wordpress.com/2013/08/21/the-jordanites-by-peter-halder Guyana Stories by Peter Halder The Jordanites by Peter Halder Colonial Era Religion played a fundamental role in the British administration of its colony of British Guiana. It was most probably the policy of the British that in a multiracial country with many races- African, East Indian, Chinese, Portuguese, the indigenous Amerindian, European and their…