• Mimetite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mimetite Industrially, mimetite is a minor ore of lead.The chief use of mimetite is as a collector's specimen, often creating attractive botryoidal crusts on the surface of the specimen. Though mimetite is also found in prismatic crystal forms, it is not used as a gemstone due to its softness.
  • Mimetite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-2714.html Apatite Group. Apatite Supergroup. Mimetite-Pyromorphite Series and Mimetite-Vanadinite Series. The arsenate analogue of Pyromorphite and Vanadinite. The Pb5 analogue of Hedyphane. The hexagonal polymorph of Mimetite-M and Mimetite-2M. The Cl analogue of Unnamed (OH-analogue of Mimetite). A secondary mineral found in the oxidized zones of lead deposits.
  • Mimetite: The mineral Mimetite information and pictures

    www.minerals.net/mineral/mimetite.aspx Mimetite is a member of the Apatite group, a group of isomorphous hexagonal minerals. It is very similar in structure and appearance to Pyromorphite, and may be partially replaced by it. In fact, sometimes Mimetite and Pyromorphite are virtually indistinguishable from each other and may be wrongly labeled as the other.
  • Mimetite | Definition of Mimetite by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/mimetite Mimetite definition is - a lead arsenate and chloride Pb5Cl(AsO4)3 isomorphous with pyromorphite.
  • Mimetite Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Mimetite.shtml General Mimetite Information : Chemical Formula: Pb5(AsO4)3Cl : Composition: Molecular Weight = 1,488.21 gm Arsenic 15.10 % As 23.17 % As 2 O 5: Lead 69.61 % Pb 74.99 % PbO: Chlorine 2.38 % Cl 2.38 % Cl - % Cl -0.54 % -O=Cl 2 : Oxygen 12.90 % O: 100.00 % 100.00 % = TOTAL OXIDE
  • Mimetite - definition of mimetite by The Free Dictionary

    www.thefreedictionary.com/mimetite Shortly after that show Burnham went on a collecting trip through the Southwest and Mexico, coming back with specimens of wulfenite and mimetite from the Ojuela mine, boasting that "advanced collectors who have seen this [material] have enthusiastically acclaimed it, without exception, to rank with the world's finest specimens." He also offered tetrahedrite in large (half-inch and up) crystals ...
  • Mimetite Meanings and Crystal Properties - The Crystal Council

    thecrystalcouncil.com/crystals/mimetite Mimetite Meanings, Zodiacs, Planets, Elements, Colors, Chakras, and more. Mimetite, also known as Mimetesite and Prixite, is a rare lead arsenate chloride mineral that crystallizes in the form of botryoidal, tiny tabular crystals, and small curved acicular crystals. This mineral is a member of the Apatite family and forms from heavy oxidation of lead deposits.
  • MIMETITE (Lead Chloroarsenate) - Amethyst Galleries

    www.galleries.com/Mimetite Mimetite shares the same structure with apatite and occasionally crystals of the two will have similar shapes. Mimetite also forms a chemical series with two other minerals; Pyromorphite (Pb5(PO4)3Cl) and Vanadinite (Pb5(VO4)3Cl). This series is a little different than most chemical series which involve substitution of cations such as calcium for magnesium.
  • Mimetite - Celestial Earth Minerals

    celestialearthminerals.com/product/crystals-minerals/mimetite MIMETITE. HISTORY, NAME, LOCALITIES: Mimetite, pronounced MEE-meh-tite, was recognized as a mineral species and named in 1835. Mimetite’s name stems from the Greek mimethes, meaning “to imitate” and alluding to its similarity to pyromorphite.
  • Mimetite | GemCrust Wikia | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    gemcrust.fandom.com/wiki/Mimetite Mimetite was the original fusion of Sapphire and Ice. She was replaced by Ajoite. Even though both Sapphire and Ice have blue color pallets, Mimetite has tangerine skin. She has 3 oval shaped eyes, the left being dark blue, the right being turquoise, and the middle being orange. Mimetite has...