3], which they demonstrated to be isostructural with claudetite (A[s.
1958) first reported claudetite from Tsumeb as gypsum-like platelets.
The ordering of Sb into a single As position of the claudetite structure is apparently unique to the claudetite and stibioclaudetite structure (Origlieri et al.
In other words, claudetite remains stable at higher temperatures than arsenolite.
Stibioclaudetite crystals mimic the morphology of claudetite from Imperial Valley, California as illustrated by Palache (1934), shown in Figure 3.