Adamite

Ojuela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico

1456

This adamite specimen was from the one-off find of rare purple coloured crystals in the 1980's.  The main cavity has sharp purple bi-coloured crystals with a little calcite.  Two smaller cavities on the specimen just contain the purple bi-coloured adamites. Visually small areas of yellow crystals appear to be arsenbrackebuschite. Weak green fluorescence in SW UV light.   Ex. Jim Knight collection.

Formula: Adamite: Zn2AsO4OH 

£110.00

Status: Available

Dimensions: 80x50x40mm

Size: Small Cabinet (S)

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