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Bellite is a mixture of minerals from Tasmania which forms attractive orange red crystals. Its empirical formula, PbCrO4,As4,SiO2 suggests a rather complex mixture of chromates and silicates of lead and arsenic. It is considered to be possibly, a mixture of crocoite, mimetite and quartz.
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