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- (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-dipyramidal mineral containing hydrogen, lead, oxygen, and uranium.
- 1962, Thomas Arthur Rickard (editor), The Mining Magazine, Volumes 106-107, page 9,
- The present note relates to the behaviour of uranium minerals such as uraninite, curite, and uranophane in high-tension separators.
- 1982, R. W. Boyle, Geochemical Prospecting for Thorium and Uranium Deposits, Elsevier, Developments in Economic Geology: 16, page 68,
- Yellow, orange, greenish, and bluish oxidation products of uranium and copper comprising gummite and containing minerals such as curite, liebigite, malachite and azurite may be developed locally in the oxidized rubble and gossans.