Formula: Ag3+xSb1-x (x~0.2)
Specific gravity: 9.712
Hardness: 3½ to 4
Dyscrasite occurs in hydrothermal veins, especially
veins (Mindat), with other
silver minerals both as a primary and as a
secondary mineral. Associated minerals include
galena, calcite and
At Pribram, Bohemia-Czechoslovakia, silver pseudomorphs after dyscrasite have been found (KL p117).
The type locality is the Wenzel mine, Frohnbach valley, Oberwolfach, Ortenaukreis, Freiburg, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Common impurities: Hg
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