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Corderoite is an extremely rare mercury sulfide chloride mineral with formula Hg3S2Cl2. It crystallizes in the isometric crystal system. It is soft, 1.5 to 2 on the Mohs scale, and varies in color from light gray to black and rarely pink or yellow.
Additional recommended knowledge
It was first described in 1974 for occurrences in the McDermitt Mercury mine in Humboldt County, Nevada.
Categories: Sulfide minerals | Halide minerals | Mercury minerals
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