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Miargyrite is a mineral, a sulfide of silver and antimony with the formula AgSbS2. Originally discovered in Germany in 1824 it has subsequently been found in many places where silver is mined. It usually occurs in low temperature hydrothermal deposits. and forms black metallic crystals which may show a dark red internal reflection. The streak is also red.
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Categories: Silver minerals | Antimony minerals | Sulfosalt minerals
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