Article - 31 Oct 2013
Cesstibtantite was named after the elements CESium, antimony (STIBium), and TANTalum in the composition. It belongs to pyrochlore group.
Article - 29 Oct 2013
Cesplumtantite is a tetragonal colorless mineral containing tin, tantalum, sodium, oxygen, niobium, lead, cesium, calcium and antimony.
Article - 10 Oct 2013
Bystromite was named after Dr. Anders Bystrom (1916–1956), a Swedish crystal chemist, who made a structural analysis of the synthetic compound.
Article - 25 Sep 2013
Brizziite was named after Dr. Giancarlo Brizzi (1936–1992), a mineral collector who discovered the first specimens.
Article - 14 Aug 2013
Aurostibite is an isometric gold antimonide mineral which is a member of the pyrite group. It was discovered in 1952 in Yellowknife in the Northwest Territories of Canada, and the Timiskaming District...
Article - 2 Aug 2013
Arsenopalladinite is a triclinic-pedial silver white mineral containing palladium, arsenic and antimony. The mineral was first discovered in Itabira, Minas Gerias, Brazil in 1974. It was named for...
Article - 25 Jul 2013
Altaite was named after the locality it was found - Altai Mountains, Kazakhstan. It belongs to the galena group.
Article - 21 May 2013
Chalcostibite is a lead-gray mineral consisting of copper sulfide. The mineral was first identified in Wolfsberg, in the Hartz Mountains in 1847. It was named from the Greek words chalkos and stibi,...
Article - 11 Mar 2013
Livingstonite is a mineral comprising mercury, antimony and sulfur. It was named after the Scottish explorer and missionary David Livingston.
Article - 22 Feb 2013
Ardaite is a rare sulfosalt mineral discovered in 1980 from Madjarovo, Arda River, Bulgaria. It was named after its place of discovery.