Ball-and-stick model of the unit cell of stilleite
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Stilleite is a selenide mineral, zinc selenide, with the formula ZnSe. It has been found only as microscopic grey crystals associated with other selenides. It was originally discovered in Katanga Province, Zaire in 1956 and is named for the German geologist, Hans Stille (1876-1966).
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