Roger Weller, geology instructor
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Mimetite is lead chloroarsenate. It
commonly forms bubbly (botryoidal)
encrustations and ranges in color from yellow top orange to brown. Mimetite is
a rare secondary mineral that occurs in oxidized rocks above lead deposits.
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