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Athabascaite

Athabascaite is a member of the copper selenide minerals, and forms with other copper selenides. It was first discovered Cayman S. in 1949, in the study of radioactive materials in the area of lake Athabasca. Caiman is conducting research near th ...

                                               

Austinite

Austinite is a member of the adelite-descloizite group, adelite subgroup, the ZN end member of a series of Cu-Zn with conichalcite. It is the zinc analogue of cobaltaustinite and nickelaustinite. At the same time" brickerite” considered different ...

                                               

Avogadrite

Avogadrite BF 4) is a potassium-cesium tetrafluoroborate in class halogen. Avogadrite kristallizuetsya in orthorhombic crystal system with unit cell parameters a 8.66 Å, B 5.48 Å and C Å 7.03.

                                               

Blossite

Blossite-anhydrous copper Vanadate mineral with formula: CU 2 5 2 on 7. Blossite was named after the mineralogist Donald F. Bloss from the Polytechnic Institute and Virginia state University.

                                               

Boehmite

Boehmite or bohmite is an aluminum oxide hydroxide) is a mineral component of the aluminum ore bauxite. This is the border with diasporalnye. He kristallizuetsya in the orthorhombic dipyramidal system and is usually massive in habit. It is white ...

                                               

Bournonite

Bournonite is a sulfosalt mineral species, trithioantimoniate lead and copper with the formula PbCuSbS 3. He was first mentioned by Philip Rashleigh in 1797 as an ore of antimony and is more fully described in 1804 by French crystallographer and ...

                                               

Bronzite

Bronzit is a member of the pyroxene group of minerals related with enstatite and hypersthene to the orthorhombic series of the group. Not the individual kind, it really is a variety of iron-bearing enstatite, which owing to partial changes has ac ...

                                               

Bursaite

Pursuit is a sulfosalt of the lillianite family. It has the formula PB 5 Bi 4 11, and the rhombic structure. Pursuit named after the Bursa province, Turkey, where he was discovered. It is typically located in regions rich in sulfur and often foun ...

                                               

Carminite

Carminite 2 is an anhydrous arsenate mineral that contains the hydroxyl. It is a rare secondary mineral that is structurally associated with palermoite 4. Sewardite 2 is an analogue of carminite, with calcium in sewardite to result in carminite. ...

                                               

Cavansite

White, whose name comes from its chemical composition, CA lcium C and van Adium face Te dark blue hydrosilicates of calcium vanadium phyllosilicate mineral, occurring as a secondary mineral in basaltic and andesitic rocks, and various minerals of ...

                                               

Chesterite

Six of 17 si 20 hours 54 6) is a rare silicate mineral, which can be compared with amphiboles, micas, and jimthompsonite. Six named Chester, Vermont, where it was first described in 1977. Specific geological conditions within it the origin of the ...

                                               

Conichalcite

Conichalcite, Cacu, is a relatively common arsenate mineral related to duftite). It is green, often botryoidal, and occurs in the oxidation zone of some metal deposits. It occurs with limonite, malachite, beudantite, Adamite, cuproadamite, oliven ...

                                               

Descloizite

Descloizite is a rare mineral species consisting of basic lead and zinc Vanadate, 2 To About 4, crystallizing in the orthorhombic system and isomorphous with olivenite. Notable gallium and germanium, can also be included in the crystal structure. ...

                                               

Diaspore

The Diaspora, also known as diasporite, empholite, kayserite, or tanatarite is aluminium oxide hydroxide mineral, α-Alo, crystallizing in the orthorhombic system and isomorphous with goethite. This happens sometimes in the form of flat crystals, ...

                                               

Duftite

Duftite is a relatively common arsenate mineral with the formula a scholarship for the second year, related to conichalcite. It is the green and often forms botryoidal aggregates. He is a member of the adelite-descloizite group, Conichalcite-Duft ...

                                               

Dyscrasite

The silver antimonide mineral dyscrasite has the chemical formula AG 3 SB. It is opaque, silver-white, metallic mineral which kristallizuetsya in rhombic crystal structure. It forms pyramidal crystals up to 5 cm, and also can form cylindrical and ...

                                               

Enargite

Enargite is a copper arsenic sulfosalt mineral with formula: CU 3 ass 4. It takes its name from the Greek word enarge, "excellent".Enargite is a steel gray, blackish grey, violet black mineral with a metallic luster. It forms thin rhombic prisms, ...

                                               

Enstatite

Enstatite is a mineral in the magnesium endmember of the pyroxene silicate mineral enstatite series of ferrosilite. Magnesium-rich members of the solid solutions a number of common rock-forming minerals of igneous and metamorphic rocks. Intermedi ...

                                               

Eveite

Eveite is a manganese arsenate mineral of the olivenite group. Its chemical formula is MN 2 ASO 4 Oh. It is found only in Långban, filipstad, värmland, Sweden and in the sterling mine in new Jersey, USA. It is a dimorph of sarkinite and are isost ...

                                               

Fayalite

Fayalite is the iron-rich end-member of olivine solid solution series. All the minerals of the olivine group, fayalite kristallizuetsya in orthorhombic crystal system with cell parameters a 4.82 Å, B 10.48 Å and C Å 6.09. Fayalite forms solid sol ...

                                               

Ferrogedrite

Ferrogedrite is an amphibole mineral with the complex chemical formula ☐Fe 22 On 2. This sodium and poor in calcium, making it part of the magnesium-iron-manganese-lithium amphibole subgroup. Is defined as less than 1.00 F. E. N. SA and consistin ...

                                               

Forsterite

Forsterite is the magnesium-rich end-member of olivine solid solution series. It is isomorphous with iron-rich end member fayalite. Forsterite kristallizuetsya in orthorhombic crystal system with unit cell parameters a 4.75 Å, B 10.20 Å and C 5.9 ...

                                               

Francevillite

Francevillite is a uranyl-group Vanadate mineral in the series tyuyamunite. Its chemical formula is 2 of 8 5. Francevillite strongly radioactive mineral. It is usually orange, yellow or brownish-yellow color. It forms a series with curienite.

                                               

Georgerobinsonite

Georgerobinsonite, named for George Robinson, is a chromate of lead mineral with the formula PB 4 2 2-FKZ. It exhibits very small, transparent crystals with a bright orange-red. It was obtained from the mammoth-St. Anthony mine in Arizona in 1940 ...

                                               

Guilleminite

Guilleminite 3 2 4 3н2о) is uranium deposits named by R. Pierrot, J. Toussaint, and T. Verbeek in 1965 in honor of Jean Claude Guillemin, chemist and mineralogist. This is a rare Uranium / selenium a mineral found in the Musonoi mine in Katanga p ...

                                               

Hemimorphite

Hemimorphite is ZN 4 2 H2O, a component of Calamine. This is a sorosilicate mineral which has been mined from the upper parts of zinc and lead ores, mainly associated with smithsonite, ZnCO 3. They were taken for mineral and both were classed und ...

                                               

Hypersthene

Hypersthene is a common rock-forming inosilicate minerals belonging to the group of orthorhombic pyroxenes. Its chemical formula is SIO 3. It is found in igneous and some metamorphic rocks, and in stony and iron meteorites. Many links have alread ...

                                               

Jarosewichite

Jarosewichite a rare manganese arsenate mineral of formula: MN 2 6 3 mn 3. It was first described in Franklin, new Jersey, which is the only known case. Its chemical composition and structure similar to chlorophoenicite. This mineral is orthorhom ...

                                               

Jerrygibbsite

Jerrygibbsite is a rare silicate mineral with the chemical formula: 9 4 2. Jerrygibbsite was originally discovered by Pete J. Dunn in 1984, who named it after mineralogist Gerald V. Gibbs. It was reported only from the type locality of Franklin f ...

                                               

Jimthompsonite

Jimthompsonite magnesium, iron silicate mineral with the formula: si 5 6 2 hours 16. It is a triple chain silicate with clinojimthompsonite, and chesterite. They were described in 1977 Burham and Veblen. They caused a mineralogical attention beca ...

                                               

Khinite

Khinite is a rare tellurate mineral with formula PB 2 CU 3 teo 6 2 kristallizuetsya in rhombic crystal system and has a bottle green colour. It is often found as columnar, bent or corroded crystals of not more than 0.15 mm in size. Tetragonal dim ...

                                               

Kostovite

Kostovite rarely rhombic-pyramidal white gray telluride mineral containing copper and gold, with the chemical formula AuCuTe 4. It was discovered by the Bulgarian mineralogist George Terziev Georgi Terziev 1935-1972, who named it in honor of his ...

                                               

Laplandite-(Ce)

Laplandite has the General formula 4 CeTiPO 4 si 7 hours 18 5H 2 O, and occurs mostly in igneous rocks. This silicate mineral has been found as inclusions in pegmatites, mainly in the Kola Peninsula, in Italy, where the name of the minerals gets ...

                                               

Lawsonite

Lawsonite is a silicate hydrate of calcium aluminium sorosilicate mineral with formula caal 2 si 2 o 7 2 h 2 O. lawsonite kristallizuetsya in rhombic crystal structure in prismatic, often tabular crystals. Crystal twinning is common. It forms tra ...

                                               

Mordenite

Mordenite is zeolite-a mineral with the chemical formula al 2 si 10 oclock 24 7H 2 O and he is one of the six richest zeolites and used for commercial purposes. It was first described in 1864 as Henry. He named it in honor of the small town of Mo ...

                                               

Mottramite

Meet mottramite is orthorhombic anhydrous Vanadate hydroxide mineral, PbCu, at the copper end of the descloizite subgroup. It was called cuprodescloizite or psittacinite. Duhamelite is calcium and bismuth-containing different there mottramite, us ...

                                               

Mullite

Porcelainite or mullite is a rare silicate mineral of the clay after being. It can form two stoichiometric forms 3Al 2 O 3 2SiO 2 or 2Al 2 O 3 SIO 2. Unusually, mullite has no charge balancing cations. As a result, there are three different alumi ...

                                               

Nepouite

Nepouite is a rare Nickel silicate mineral which has the Apple green colour typical of such compounds. It was named by e Glasser in 1907 after the place where it was first described, Nepoui mine, Nepoui, Noumea Commune, Northern province, New Cal ...

                                               

Oosterboschite

Oosterboschite is a rare selenide mineral with formula 7 GP 5. He kristallizuetsya in rhombic crystal structure. It has a creamy yellow color and a hardness of Mohs 5. It is often found in the form of grains without clear form. The crystals are o ...

                                               

Scottyite

Scottyite is a copper silicate of barium. He was named for Michael Scott, first CEO of Apple. The locality is the Wessels mine, Northern Cape, South Africa, where it was first identified. It has also been found in a number of settlements in the R ...

                                               

Sekaninaite

Sekaninaite 2 al 4 si 5 O 18) Is a silicate mineral, the iron-rich analogue of cordierite. It was first described in 1968 for an occurrence in dolní Bory, vysočina region, Moravia, Czech Republic, and is now known also from Ireland, Japan and Swe ...

                                               

Sewardite

Sewardite a rare arsenate mineral with the formula serves 2 3 2 2. Sewardite was discovered in 1982 and named after the mineralogist, Terry M. Seward, Professor of Geochemistry in zürich, Switzerland.

                                               

Spertiniite

Spertiniite is a rare copper hydroxide mineral. Chemically it is copper hydroxide with formula CU 2. It occurs as blue to blue green tabular orthorhombic crystal aggregates in high alkali environment changes chalcosite. Associated minerals includ ...

                                               

Stellerite

Stellaris is a rare mineral discovered by and named in honor of Georg Wilhelm Steller, a German Explorer and zoologist. The mineral has the General formula CA 7H 2 O As the majority of rare minerals, there are several commercial purposes for stel ...

                                               

Stephanite

Stefanita a silver antimony sulfosalt mineral with formula: AG 5 SBS 4 is composed of 68.8% silver, and sometimes is of importance as ores of this metal.

                                               

Teineite

Teineite is tellurite mineral with the formula CU. 2 n 2 O. It has a Mohs hardness of 2.5, and it comes in many different shades of blue, ranging from sky-blue to bluish-grey. Millsite mineral has the same chemical composition, but crystallizing ...

                                               

Thomsonite

Thomsonite is the name of the series easier, doctor-silicate minerals of group of zeolites. Until 1997, staffelite, thomsonite was recognized as a mineral species, but a reclassification in 1997 by the international mineralogical Association chan ...

                                               

Zektzerite

The mineral zektzerite is a member of the tuhualite group and was first found in 1966 in Seattle mineralogist Benjamin Bartlett "Bart" guns. It was discovered in the basin willow Creek below Silver Star Mountain in the cavity of CU in alkaline gr ...

                                               

Zoisite

Zoisite, first known as saualpite after location, this calcium aluminium hydroxy sorosilicate belonging to the epidote group of minerals. Its chemical formula is CA 3 al 2 O. Zoisite occurs as prismatic, orthorhombic 2 / m 2 / m 2 / m crystals or ...

                                               

Zorite

Zorite is a silicate mineral with the chemical formula PA 2 9 3 NH 2 O. It is named because of its pink color, after the Russian word "Zoria" which refers to the rosy hue of the sky at dawn. It is primarily found Karnasurta on the mountain, Lovoz ...

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