- Institutionen för molekylära vetenskaper, Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet
- Universität Bayreuth
Dubrovinskaia, Natalia; Messingschlager, Maria; Dubrovinsky, Leonid
Hydroromarchite is a mineral that so far has been found only in afew locations in the world and recognized as a common product of submarinecorrosion of pewter artefacts. Here we report a new locality for this raremineral found at the Saint James Church archaeological site in Creussen,Germany. There it appeared to be a product of weathering of a tin artefact(a tin button) buried in soil of the churchyard for about 300 years. Themineral, found in paragenesis with romarchite and cassiterite, wasidentified using single-crystal X-ray diffraction.
European Journal of Mineralogy
2022, Volym: 34, nummer: 6, sidor: 563-572
Utgivare: COPERNICUS GESELLSCHAFT MBH