a mineral, hydrous nickel arsenate, Ni3As2O8⋅8H2O, occurring in apple-green masses and isomorphous with erythrite.
Origin of annabergite
named after Annaberg, a town in E Germany where first found; see -ite1
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a rare green secondary mineral consisting of hydrated nickel arsenate in monoclinic crystalline form. Formula: Ni 3 (AsO 4) 2 .8H 2 OAlso called: nickel bloom
Word Origin for annabergite
C19: named after Annaberg in Saxony, where it was discovered; see -ite 1
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