Monday 25 March 2013

Antimony Oxide Crystals, dimorphous forms, both artificial & natural

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Diamorphic Sb2O3

Locality: Djebel Nador, Constantine Province, Algeria
Picture width 5 mm. Collection and photograph Christian Rewitzer

Locality: Djebel Haminate Mine, Ain BeidaConstantine Province, Algeria
Photo Rob Lavinsky

Use magnify button to read this 1866 article. Note Valentinite here is referred to here using the old name Exitèlite
also, if you scroll up, there's an interesting article - Explosive Oils

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Unrelated to this post, below is an example of
eclectic science esoterica 

Sinosauropteryx prima, a “feathered” dinosaur

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