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Colorless wulfenite?

Posted by Paul Gilmore  
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Paul Gilmore December 18, 2006 08:05PM
Can wulfnite be colorless? From a zinc-copper-lead-you name it mine in the Goodpsrings district of Nevada (the Yellow Pine Mine) I have countless minute crystals of a habit typical of wulfenite (square tablets with beveled edges), but are colorless and clear. I don't think it's hemimorphite.

Paul Gilmore
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Brent Thorne December 18, 2006 11:31PM
Yes, wulfenite can be colorless.
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Jean-Marc Johannet December 29, 2006 10:25PM
Hi Paul,

Today, I've just added one photo to my gallery wich maybe could interest you to compare with you finds.
http://www.mindat.org/picshow.php?id=84370

Not exactly colorless but milky & translucide.
Jean-Marc.
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