By Ch'ung-yu Wang
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Extra resources for Antimony: Its history, chemistry, mineralogy, geology, metallurgy, uses, preparations, analysis, production, and valuation; with complete bibliographies
Orthorhombic. H. = 3-3-5. metallic. Colour and streak steel-gray. G. = 5'3~5-35. — Brongniardite, Pb2S5 or PbS. Sb2S3. 2Sb2S3. Sb2S3. Sb2Ss. Sb2Ofi. Horsfordite, Cu6Sb. Sb2S8. Sb2O6. Ochroite, Pb4Sb20^, 2PbCl2. Sb2Ss. Pyrostilpnite, Ag3SbS3 or 3Ag2S. Sb2S8. 3Sb2S*3. Steinmannite, antimonial galena. Stetefeldtite, contains Sba06, S, Ag, Cu, FeO, CuO, H2O. Cu2S. Stylotypite, 3(Cu2. Ag2,Fe)S. Sb2Sy. AsoS3. 2SbaS8. Wolfachite, Ni(As,Sb)S. BIBLIOGRAPHY ON THE MINEEALOGY OF ANTIMONY. This list is restricted to a few of the most important treatises on general mineralogy.
Colour and streak light steel-gray. Fuses easily before blowpipe. —At Freiberg, Saxony; at Kapnik, Hungary; at Folsobanya, Hungary; and at HiciKleleneina, Spain. Guejarite. 2Sb2S8. ~"Orthorhombic. hi prismatic crystals. (Uves oil' antimony fumes before blowpipe ; yields metallic copper when treated with soda. —At the copper mines at foot of Mu ley-11 aeon, Andalusia. 40 THE METALLURGY OF ANTIMONY. Jamesonite. Sb2S3. —Orthorhombic. Usually in acicular crystals; but common in capillary, cobweb-like forms.
At Totsugawa, south of Kioto, the vein cuts through a quartzitio and graphitic schist. ) The remaining localities are Nara, Ehrme, Yamaguchi. BORNEO. In the northern part of Borneo (Sarawak) the antimony ore, sometimes accompanied by pure arsenic and arsenic sulphide, occurs in quartz veins, cutting through the limestone and the slate formations. COOHIN-CHINA. Stibnite has been found between Quan-Yuen and Moucai in Tonkin. It has also been found in rounded stones or boulders of varying size, which have a peculiarly smooth yellowish-brown surface, accumulated in the beds of torrents.
Antimony: Its history, chemistry, mineralogy, geology, metallurgy, uses, preparations, analysis, production, and valuation; with complete bibliographies by Ch'ung-yu Wang