Recent Secondary Minerals in the Billingham Anhydrite Mine

L. R. Raymond
Research Dept., Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd., Billingham-on-Tees, Durham

Summary: A number of secondary minerals have grown in recent years in a part of the Billingham anhydrite mine, by evaporation of water from the Upper Magnesian Limestone, and include some unusual species, the most interesting of which is thought to be ilsemannite.

Mineralogical Magazine; July 1959 v. 32; no. 245; p. 172-175; DOI: 10.1180/minmag.1959.32.245.09
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