Nakhlak Mine (Madan-e Nakhlak; Ma’dan-e-Nahlak), Anarak District, Nain County, Isfahan Province, Iran
Cerussite (also known as lead carbonate or white lead ore) is a mineral consisting of lead carbonate (PbCO3), and is an important ore of lead. The name is from the Latin cerussa, white lead. Cerussa nativa was mentioned by Conrad Gessner in 1565, and in 1832 F. S. Beudant applied the name céruse to the mineral, whilst the present form, cerussite, is due to W. Haidinger (1845). Miners’ names in early use were lead-spar and white-lead-ore.
Madan-e Nakhlak (Persian: معدن نخلك, also Romanized as Maʿdan-e Nakhlak; also known as Nakhlak) is a village in Chupanan Rural District, Anarak District, Nain County, Isfahan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 55, in 52 families.
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