barytocalcite

[ buh-rahy-tuh-kal-sahyt ]
/ bəˌraɪ təˈkæl saɪt /

noun

a mineral, double carbonate of calcium and barium, CaCO3⋅BaCO3, usually found in veins of lead minerals.

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