is a somewhat
rare, crystalline mineral
that is known among mineral collectors
for its unusually
intense, pure blue color. It is formed
- other copper
and lead minerals. Frequently
, malachite, cerussite, brochantite, anglesite, leadhillite, and azurite...
- Leucophanite Leucophoenicite
Lévyne (series of zeolites) Libethenite Liebigite Linarite Lindgrenite Linnaeite Lipscombite Liroconite Litharge Lithiophilite
- Kurnakovite Kyanite Langbeinite Lapis Lazuli Larimar Lawsonite Lazurite Legrandite Lepidolite Leucite Leucophanite Linarite Lizardite Londonite
- Arizona, and Australia. It occurs
in ****ociation with cuprite, brochantite, linarite
, caledonite, malachite, chrysocolla
and its polymorphs. It has been shown...
- copper oxide
such as malachite, azurite
is often found encrusted
on to limonitic rocks
- specimen, field
of view about
3 x 5 cm. Brochantite
. Locality: Mujuram, Morocco. Size 8 x 8 cm. Webmineral
- has also been found
****ociated with devilline, posnjakite, ktenasite, linarite
, langite, brochantite, wroewolfeite, namuwite, schulenbergite, hydrozincite...
- Caledonite, 55 Wherryite, 60 Mammothite; 65 Munakataite, 65 Schmiederite, 65 Linarite
; 70 Chenite, 75 Krivovichevite
07.BD With only large
cations: 05 Sulphohalite;...
- Linarite specimen
from the old Grand
Reef mine near Klon****....