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Lorandite is a thallium arsenic sulfosalt with formula: TlAsS2. Though rare, it is the most common thallium bearing mineral. Lorandite occurs in low temperature hydrothermal associations. Occurs in gold and mercury ore deposits. Associated minerals include stibnite, realgar, orpiment, cinnabar, vrbaite, greigite, marcasite, pyrite, tetrahedrite, antimonian sphalerite, arsenic and barite.
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It was first discovered at Alshar, Republic of Macedonia in 1894 and named after Loránd Eötvös, physicist at the University of Budapest.
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