Realgar



[ree-al-ger, -gahr] /riˈæl gər, -gɑr/

noun
1.
arsenic disulfide, As 2 S 2 , found in nature as an orange-red mineral and also produced artificially: used in pyrotechnics.
/rɪˈælɡə/
noun
1.
a rare orange-red soft mineral consisting of arsenic sulphide in monoclinic crystalline form. It occurs in Utah and Romania and as a deposit from hot springs. It is an important ore of arsenic and is also used as a pigment. Formula: AsS

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