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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2009
The Canadian Mineralogist (2009) 47 (3): 649–662.
...Paul F. Schofield; Chick C. Wilson; Kevin S. Knight; Caroline A. Kirk Abstract Neutron, time-of-flight, Laue diffraction has been carried out on natural single crystals of linarite, PbCu(SO 4 )(OH) 2 , and caledonite, Pb 5 Cu 2 (SO 4 ) 3 CO 3 (OH) 6 , at 293 K. The structural refinements converged...
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Published: 01 July 1939
American Mineralogist (1939) 24 (7): 441–445.
...Charles Palache; W. E. Richmond Abstract Caledonite is a basic sulphate of copper and lead, concerning which there has long been doubt both as to its composition and its symmetry. It was first described by Brooke (1820) as a sulphato-carbonate of ortho-rhombic crystallization. The carbonate...
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Diagram showing molar solubility of hydrocerussite, leadhillite, <b>caledonite</b>...
Published: 01 July 2017
Figure 9. Diagram showing molar solubility of hydrocerussite, leadhillite, caledonite cerussite, anglesite, lanarkite, and litharge at pH 2–12. Water analysis of the experimental setup A1–5 and B1–5 are included as labeled symbols. The solubility of leadhillite includes the uncertainties
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CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS AND CHEMICAL FORMULAE †  OF LINARITE AND <b>CALEDONITE</b>
Published: 01 June 2009
TABLE 1. CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS AND CHEMICAL FORMULAE † OF LINARITE AND CALEDONITE
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SELECTED BOND-LENGTHS (Å) AND BOND-ANGLES (°) FOR <b>CALEDONITE</b> AT 293 K
Published: 01 June 2009
TABLE 6. SELECTED BOND-LENGTHS (Å) AND BOND-ANGLES (°) FOR CALEDONITE AT 293 K
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Coordination polyhedra around the Pb atoms in <b>caledonite</b>; the Pb atoms are ...
Published: 01 June 2009
F ig . 4. Coordination polyhedra around the Pb atoms in caledonite; the Pb atoms are represented by light grey spheres, and O, by dark grey spheres.
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EMPIRICAL BOND-VALENCES ( vu ) FOR <b>CALEDONITE</b>
Published: 01 June 2009
TABLE 8. EMPIRICAL BOND-VALENCES ( vu ) FOR CALEDONITE
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The <b>caledonite</b> structure incorporating the hydrogen atoms and the hydrogen ...
Published: 01 June 2009
F ig . 7. The caledonite structure incorporating the hydrogen atoms and the hydrogen bonding, (a) viewed along [010], and (b) viewed along [001]. The Pb atoms are represented by light grey spheres, O, by dark grey spheres, Cu, by small light grey spheres, and H, by small black spheres
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(a) the [ M ( T Ø 4 ) Ø] chain in <b>caledonite</b>; (b) packing of chains and the...
Published: 01 January 2000
Figure 24. (a) the [ M ( T Ø 4 ) Ø] chain in caledonite; (b) packing of chains and the interstitial species in caledonite; (c) the [ M ( T Ø 4 ) Ø 2 ] chain in chlorothionite; (d) packing of chains in chlorothionite; (e) the complex [ M 2 ( T Ø 4 ) 2 Ø] chain in amarantite; (f,g
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2016
The Canadian Mineralogist (2016) 54 (3): 625–634.
..., cerussite, lanarkite, leadhillite, mattheddleite, alamosite, hydrocerussite, caledonite, and diaboleite. Raygrantite crystals are bladed with striations parallel to the elongated direction (the c axis). Twinning (fish-tail type) is pervasive on (1 2 ). The mineral is colorless, transparent with white streak...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2017
American Mineralogist (2017) 102 (7): 1482–1500.
...Figure 9. Diagram showing molar solubility of hydrocerussite, leadhillite, caledonite cerussite, anglesite, lanarkite, and litharge at pH 2–12. Water analysis of the experimental setup A1–5 and B1–5 are included as labeled symbols. The solubility of leadhillite includes the uncertainties...
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Journal: Elements
Published: 01 April 2015
Elements (2015) 11 (2): 119–124.
... Caledonites, probably experienced similarly complex plate–mantle interaction, even though direct evidence of the associated mantle dynamics is absent. Subduction zones are not intrinsically steady state features. Magmatism and tectonics related to convergence zone processes, for example, show significant...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 February 2013
Mineralogical Magazine (2013) 77 (1): 81–91.
... to progressive alteration and crystallization in a closed system. Other minerals in this assemblage include atacamite, caledonite, cerussite, connellite, diaboleite, fluorite, georgerobinsonite, hematite, leadhillite, matlockite, murdochite, phosgenite, pinalite, quartz, wulfenite and yedlinite. Bobmeyerite...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2011
The Canadian Mineralogist (2011) 49 (3): 865–876.
... of thin tabular orange crystals less than 0.1 mm across with {001} dominant and minor {010} and {110}, associated with caledonite, a cerchiaraite-related mineral, cerussite, diaboleite, Cr-bearing leadhillite, matlockite, murdochite, pinalite, wulfenite and yedlinite, in vugs in a silicified matrix...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 October 2010
American Mineralogist (2010) 95 (10): 1569–1573.
... with acanthite, bromine-rich chlorargyrite, caledonite, cerussite, galena, goethite, and linarite. Various other secondary minerals occur in the veins, including six new tellurates, housleyite, markcooperite, paratimroseite, ottoite, thorneite, and timroseite. Telluroperite is orthorhombic, space group Bmmb...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 October 1991
American Mineralogist (1991) 76 (9-10): 1701–1707.
..., duftite, beudantite, caledonite, plattnerite, cerussite, malachite, and brochantite. The mineral has a vitreous luster and light blue streak. It is brittle with a conchoidal fracture. Ashburtonite is uniaxial positive with ω = 1.786(3) and ∈ = 1.800(4). It is tetragonal, space group I 4/ m...
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COORDINATES AND ANISOTROPIC THERMAL PARAMETERS (Å 2 ) OF ATOMS IN CALEDONI...
Published: 01 June 2009
TABLE 4. COORDINATES AND ANISOTROPIC THERMAL PARAMETERS (Å 2 ) OF ATOMS IN CALEDONITE BM1917,736 AT 293 K
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Reflectance spectra of Pb and Zn ‘carbonate’ minerals: 1, smithsonite; 2, r...
Published: 01 May 2007
Fig. 2 Reflectance spectra of Pb and Zn ‘carbonate’ minerals: 1, smithsonite; 2, rosasite; 3, aurichalcite; 4, phosgenite; 5, dundasite; 6, caledonite; 7, cerussite; 8, hydrozincite.
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Supergene mineral stabilities in the galena- and chalcopyrite-bearing Diago...
Published: 15 July 2019
Fig. 14. Supergene mineral stabilities in the galena- and chalcopyrite-bearing Diagonaltrum (see Fig. 5 ). (a) Log( a Cu 2+ /Pb 2+ )-pH predominance diagram for the minerals brochantite, caledonite, anglesite, and leadhillite calculated with SO 4 2– as the main species. (b) Log( a Cu 2+ /Pb 2
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( a–c ) representative Raman spectra of the phases litharge, minium, caledo...
Published: 01 July 2017
Figure 2. ( a–c ) representative Raman spectra of the phases litharge, minium, caledonite, elyite, scotlandite, and leadhillite. ( d–f ) μ-XRD patterns of mineral aggregates of the medieval fire-setting and the experimental setup. Abbreviations: ang = anglesite, cer = cerussite, hcer