Definition of Cerussite. Meaning of Cerussite. Synonyms of Cerussite

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Definition of Cerussite

Cerussite
Cerusite Ce"ru*site, Cerussite Ce"rus*site, n. (Min.) Native lead carbonate; a mineral occurring in colorless, white, or yellowish transparent crystals, with an adamantine, also massive and compact.

Meaning of Cerussite from wikipedia

- Cerussite (also known as lead carbonate or white lead ore) is a mineral consisting of lead carbonate (PbCO3), and an important ore of lead. The name is...
- of the Desert is a cerussite gem in the Royal Ontario Museum's collection. It is the world’s largest faceted example of cerussite, weighing 898 carats...
- secondary mineral in oxidized hydrothermal lead deposits. It occurs with cerussite, anglesite, smithsonite, hemimorphite, vanadinite, pyromorphite, mimetite...
- lead(II) acetate and carbon dioxide. It occurs naturally as the mineral cerussite. There are a number of basic lead carbonates and related compounds, including:...
- incrustations. It occurs ****ociated with smithsonite, hemimorphite, willemite, cerussite, aurichalcite, calcite and limonite. It was first described in 1853 for...
- material to be described as having adamantine luster, although anglesite, cerussite and corundum in some of its forms are also described in this way. Yogo...
- Chlorargyrite is water-insoluble. It occurs ****ociated with native silver, cerussite, iodargyrite, atacamite, malachite, jarosite and various iron–manganese...
- occurs in the upper lead deposits through the oxidation of galena or cerussite. The main deposits are Příbram in Bohemia and Dry Gill, Caldbeck Fells...
- Baryte (salmon-colored) with cerussite from Morocco...
- in ****ociation with brochantite, anglesite, caledonite, leadhillite, cerussite, malachite and hemimorphite. A shallow pocket of crystals of an intense...
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