Halide, nadorite group
Specific gravity: 7.02
Hardness: 3½ to 4
Streak: White, yellow to yellowish white
Colour: Brown, yellow to brownish yellow
Nadorite occurs as an alteration product of other antimony-bearing minerals in hydrothermal
mineral deposits, associated with jamesonite, galena,
smithsonite and mimetite
At the type locality, the Nador n'Bails mine, Djebel Nador, Guelma District, Guelma Province, Algeria, nadorite is associated with smithsonite, bindheimite and anglesite (Mindat, Dana).
At the Bodannan mine, St Endellion, Cornwall, England, UK, nadorite occurs as an alteration of jamesonite (Dana).
Nadorite commonly occurs as an alteration product of jamesonite (Webmin), and alters to cerussite and to bindheimite (Webmin, Dana, Mindat).
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