Abstract

Two recently named lead sulphantimonite minerals, falkmanite and yenerite, are reexamined. X-ray powder patterns are indistinguishable from that of boulangerite. Structural lattice dimensions, deduced from x-ray rotation and Weissenberg photographs, agree with those of boulangerite within limits of accuracy of measurement. Other properties supposed to distinguish the three minerals are critically reviewed.

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