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Boulangerite is a mineral, lead antimony sulfide, formula Pb5Sb4S11. It was named in 1837 honor of French mining engineer Charles Boulanger. It forms metallic grey monoclinic crystals. Sometimes the crystals form a fine feathery mass which has been called plumosite.
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