from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Native antimony trioxid (Sb2O3), occurring in isometric octahedrons, also massive: it is colorless or grayish, of a resinous to subadamantine luster.

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  • noun mineralogy An isometric-hexoctahedral mineral containing antimony and oxygen.


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  • Antimony oxides, including senarmontite, cervantite, and others, are formed near the surface, and in some of the deposits of Mexico and Algeria they supply a large part of the values recovered.

    The Economic Aspect of Geology 1915


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