[ bint-hahy-mahyt ]
/ ˈbɪnt haɪˌmaɪt /
a mineral, hydrous antimonate of lead, resulting from the alteration of lead antimony ores.
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Origin of bindheimite
named after J. J. Bindheim (died 1825), German chemist; see -ite1
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