Antimony R070318

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Name: Antimony
RRUFF ID: R070318
Ideal Chemistry: Sb
Locality: Arechuybo, Chihuahua, Mexico
Source: James Shigley [view label]
Owner: RRUFF
Description: Bright silver metallic lamellar
Status: The identification of this mineral is not yet confirmed.
Mineral Group: [ Arsenic (7) ]
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Sample Description: Unoriented sample

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RRUFF ID: R070318
Sample Description: Unoriented sample
Instrument settings: Thermo Almega XR 532nm @ 100% of 150mW
REFERENCES for Antimony

American Mineralogist Crystal Structure Database Record: [view record]

Anthony J W, Bideaux R A, Bladh K W, and Nichols M C (1990) Handbook of Mineralogy, Mineral Data Publishing, Tucson Arizona, USA, by permission of the Mineralogical Society of America. [view file]

Swab A (1748) Berattelse om en nativ regulus antimonii, eller spets glas-kung, Kongliga Svenska Vetenskaps-Akademiens Handlingar, 9, 99-106   [view file]

Barrett C S, Cucka P, Haefner K (1963) The crystal structure of antimony at 4.2, 78 and 298 °K, Acta Crystallographica, 16, 451-453

Schiferl D, Barrett C S (1969) The crystal structure of arsenic at 4.2, 78 and 299 K, Journal of Applied Crystallography, 2, 30-36   [link]

Gait R I, Harris D C (1972) Hauchecornite — antimonian, arsenian and tellurian varieties, The Canadian Mineralogist, 11, 819-825   [view file]

Černý P, Harris D C (1973) Tapiolite, stibiotantalite, and antimonian microlite from the Odd West pegmatite, southeastern Manitoba, The Canadian Mineralogist, 12, 76-78   [view file]

Aoki K, Fujiwara S, Kusakabe M (1983) New phase transition into the bcc structure in antimony at high pressure, Solid State Communications, 45, 161-163   [link]

McMahon M I, Degatyareva O, Nelmes R J (2000) Ba-IV-type incommensurate crystal structure in group-V metals, Physical Review Letters, 85, 4896-4899   [link]

Hattori K H, Arai S, Clarke D B (2002) Selenium, tellurium, arsenic and antimony contents of primary mantle sulfides, The Canadian Mineralogist, 40, 637-650   [view file]

Ondruš P, Veselovský F, Gabašová A, Hloušek J, Šrein V, Vavrín I, Skála R, Sejkora J, Drábek M (2003) Primary minerals of the Jáchymov ore district, Journal of the Czech Geological Society, 48, 19-147   [view file]

Degtyareva O (2010) Crystal structure of simple metals at high pressures, High Pressure Research, 30, 343-371

Leverett P, Reynolds J K, Roper A J, Williams P A (2012) Tripuhyite and schafarzikite: two of the ultimate sinks for antimony in the natural environment, Mineralogical Magazine, 76, 891-902   [view file]

Ventruti G, Stasi F, Pinto D, Vurro F, Renna M (2012) The plumose boulangerite from Bottino, Apuan Alps, Italy: Crystal structure, OD character and twinning, The Canadian Mineralogist, 50, 181-199   [view file]

Mills S J, Etschmann B, Kampf A R, Poirier G, Newville M (2014) Sb5+ and Sb3+ substitution in segnitite: A new sink for As and Sb in the environment and implications for acid mine drainage, American Mineralogist, 99, 1355-1359

Biagioni C, Moëlo Y, Orlandi P, Stanley C J (2016) Lead-antimony sulfosalts from Tuscany (Italy). XVII. Meerschautite, (Ag,Cu)5.5Pb42.4(Sb,As)45.1S112O0.8, a new expanded derivative of owyheeite from the Pollone mine, Valdicastello Carducci: occurrence and crystal structure, Mineralogical Magazine, 80, 675-690   [view file]