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  1. Esperite is a primary mineral and is moderately widespread at Franklin, but has not been found at Sterling Hill.
  2. Esperite is a calcium lead zincosilicate mineral, related to beryllonite and trimerite.
  3. Esperite is a lead-silicate mineral that came from a certain region of the mine.
  4. Esperite is a rare complex calcium lead zinc silicate (PbCa 3 Zn 4(SiO 4) 4) related to beryllonite and trimerite that used to be called calcium larsenite.
  5. Esperite is a rare complex lead zinc silicate (PbCa 3 Zn 4(SiO 4) 4) that used to be called calcium larsenite.


  1. Aragonite is a carbonate mineral.
  2. Aragonite is a constituent of many species' shell structures.
  3. Aragonite is a constituent of many sea creatures' shell structures; a curious development since calcite is the more stable form of calcium carbonate.


  1. Mineralization is a process by which soil microorganisms decompose organic nutrients into a mineral inorganic, or plant available form.
  2. The mineralization was subjected to retrograde hydrothermal metamorphism and recrystallization during the cooling of the intrusions.
  3. Significant niobium mineralization is confined to the carbonatite.


  1. Aegirine is a favorite amongst mineral collectors.
  2. Aegirine is a rockforming mineral in the ekerites south of Drammen.
  3. Aegirine is a sodium ferric-iron silicate mineral of the pyroxene group.
  4. Aegirine is an inosilicate member of the clino pyroxene group.
  5. Aegirine is the sodium endmenber of the aegirine - augite series.


  1. Anthophyllite is a common component of some metamorphic and metasomatic rocks.
  2. Anthophyllite is a fibrous mineral as you can see in these pictures, it has been used asbestos insulation.
  3. Anthophyllite is a fibrous mineral.
  4. Anthophyllite is a magnesium iron silicate hydroxide.
  5. Anthophyllite is a mineral occuring in crystalline schists rich in magnesium.


  1. Andalusite is a beautiful semi-precious gemstone with a diverse and changeable personality.
  2. Andalusite is a color shifting stone because the colors are there at the same time.
  3. Andalusite is a gemstone that has recently been "discovered" by the press.
  4. Andalusite is a mineral formed by the metamorphism of aluminous shales and slate.
  5. Andalusite is a mineral, aluminum silicate, usually found in orthorhombic crystals of various colors.


  1. Armalcolite is a high titanium mineral that forms at high temperatures and pressures such as those that exist when a meteorite impacts the surface.
  2. Armalcolite is a mineral that was discovered at Tranquility Base by the Apollo 11 crew.
  3. Armalcolite is a mineral that was discovered at Tranquility Base on the Moon by the Apollo 11 crew in 1969.
  4. Armalcolite is a mineral that was discovered at Tranquillity Base on the Moon by the Apollo 11 crew in 1969.
  5. Armalcolite was first described from the Apollo 11 site, and is named after the Apollo 11 crew ( ARMstrong, ALdrin, and COLlins).


  1. Atacamite is a comparatively rare mineral, formed from primary copper minerals in the oxidation or weathering zone of arid climates.
  2. Atacamite is a comparatively rare mineral, formed in some cases by the action of sea-water and occurring also as a volcanic product.
  3. Atacamite is a mineral found originally in the desert of Atacama Desert, Chile, and named by D. de Gallizen in 1801.
  4. Atacamite is a mineral found originally in the desert of Atacama, and named by D. de Gallizen in 1801.
  5. Atacamite is a minor source of copper as it is rarely found in amounts large enough to be worth mining.


  1. Augite is a basic silicate mineral with high content of iron and magnesium, a so-called "ferromagnesian" mineral of the pyroxene grouping.
  2. Augite is a calcium sodium magnesium silicate mineral of the pyroxene group; samples from Franklin and Sterling Hill contain much Fe, Mn, and Zn.
  3. Augite is a dark mineral important in the formation of igneous rocks that is most frequently found in basalts, dolerites, and gabbros.
  4. Augite is a ferro-magnesian mineral belonging to the pyroxene group.
  5. Augite is a greenish-black mineral that is found in many igneous rocks.


  1. Aurichalcite is a mineral, usually found as a secondary mineral in copper and zinc deposits.
  2. Aurichalcite is a carbonate mineral, usually found as a secondary mineral in copper and zinc deposits.
  3. Aurichalcite is a carbonate-hydroxide of zinc and copper with the formula [(Zn,Cu).sub.5][(C[O.sub.3]).sub.2][(OH).sub.6].
  4. Aurichalcite is a rare secondary mineral in Mississippi Valley-type lead and zinc deposits.
  5. Aurichalcite is a secondary mineral formed in oxide zones of deposits containing primary zinc and copper sulfides.


  1. Baddeleyite is a mineral Minerals are natural compounds formed through geological processes.
  2. Baddeleyite is a mineral that consists of zirconia ( Zr O 2). Its melting point is 2700 ° C.
  3. Baddeleyite is a mineral that consists of zirconia ( Zr O 2). Its melting point is 2700 ° C. Elemental zirconium is refined from baddeleyite.
  4. Baddeleyite is a mineral that consists of zirconia (ZrO2). Its melting point is 2700 --C. Elemental zirconium is refined from baddeleyite.
  5. Baddeleyite is a natural mineral of the same chemical composition, but it is a monoclinic mineral.


  1. Boulangerite is a Sulfosalt, a type of Sulfide where Antimony acts like a metal and occupies a position where it is bonded to Sulphur.
  2. Boulangerite is a lead ore.
  3. Boulangerite is a mineral, lead antimony sulfide, formula Pb 5 Sb 4 S 11. It forms metallic grey Monoclinic crystals.
  4. Boulangerite is a mineral, lead antimony sulfide, formula Pb 5 Sb 4 S 11. It was named in 1837 honor of French mining engineer Charles Boulanger.
  5. Boulangerite is one of a few sulfide minerals that form fine acicular crystals that appear as hair-like fibers.


  1. Bowenite is a gemstone of extremely rare geological occurrence.
  2. Bowenite is a hard, compact variety of antigorite serpentine found in Rhode Island, and several other places throughout the world.
  3. Bowenite is a hard, compact variety of serpentine found in Rhode Island.
  4. Bowenite is a jade -like stone (green to black) that is sometimes used in jewelry.
  5. Bowenite is a variety of serpentine that is sometimes misrepresented as jade.


  1. Brookite is a polymorph with two other minerals.
  2. Brookite is a simple oxide of titanium and it shares identical chemistry with rutile and anatase - TiO2.
  3. Brookite is a source of titanium but deposits are usually too small to be of commercial use.
  4. Brookite is a transparent to opaque mineral that occurs in various shades of red- and yellow-brown through dark brown to black.
  5. Brookite is a trimorph with rutile and anatase - this thumbnail's from Magnet Cove, Hot Springs County, Arkansas.


  1. Brucite is a decomposition product of magnesium silicates, especially serpentine.
  2. Brucite is a decomposition product of silicates, especially serpentine.
  3. Brucite is a hydroxide of magnesium with the composition Mg(OH)2 . This sample is about 14x7 cm and is from the Ethel Mine, Mtoroshanga, Zimbabwe.
  4. Brucite is a magnesium hydroxide mineral and the Mg-analogue of pyrochroite.
  5. Brucite is a magnesium hydroxide with the chemical.


  1. Chabazite is a Zeolite and occurs in basaltic rocks, but can also be found in limestones and even schists.
  2. Chabazite is a mineral found in many locations around the world.
  3. Chabazite is a mineral of secondary origin found lining cavities in volcanic and intrusive igneous rocks.
  4. Chabazite is a natural zeolite with the approximate formula Ca.sub.6 Al.sub.12 Si.sub.24 O.sub.72.
  5. Chabazite is the dominant zeolite, occurring most commonly in veins.


  1. Chlorastrolite was named official state gem in 1972.
  2. Chlorastrolite is a beautiful green mineral with a chatlyant "turtle-back" pattern.
  3. Chlorastrolite is a green or bluish green stone, usually with finely radiated or stellate masses.
  4. Chlorastrolite is a mineral that is formed in association with lava flows.
  5. Chlorastrolite was first known to be used for jewelry in the late 1890s in New York and later in the Midwest as stickpins.
  6. Chlorastrolite was named the official state gem of Michigan with Public Act 56 of 1972.


  1. Colemanite is a borate mineral found in evaporite deposits.
  2. Colemanite is a hydrous calcium borate.
  3. Colemanite is a major source of borax and has a relative hardness of 5.
  4. Colemanite is a mineral containing borate found in Death Valley.
  5. Colemanite is a powerful flux.


  1. Dumortierite is a aluminum mineral with traces of borax and silica.
  2. Dumortierite is a blue to violet silicate mineral that is used as an ornamental stone.
  3. Dumortierite is a boro-silicate (Quartz) mineral that is used as a popular ornamental stone.
  4. Dumortierite is a boro-silicate mineral that is used as a popular ornamental stone.
  5. Dumortierite is a great stone for healers as an aid in diagnosing health problems.


  1. Dunite is also the principal host of deposits of the mineral chromite.
  2. Dunite is also used for refractory materials for furnaces.
  3. Dunite is an intrusive igneous rock that dominantly consists of coarse grains of the pale green mineral olivine.
  4. Dunite is the olivine rich endmember of the peridotite group of mantle derived rocks.
  5. Dunite is the olivine-rich end-member of the peridotite group of mantle-derived rocks.


  1. Enargite is a copper arsenic sulfosalt mineral with formula: .
  2. Enargite is a copper arsenic sulfosalt mineral with formula: Cu.
  3. Enargite is a low to medium temperature mineral from hydrothermal veins usually associated with other sulphides and quartz.
  4. Enargite is a rare mineral from Tsumeb.
  5. Enargite is a somewhat rare copper mineral.


  1. Erythrite is a cobalt-arsenic ore (Co 3 [AsO 4 ] 2 -8H 2O) sometimes found in association with copper ores.
  2. Erythrite is a good example of a arsenate mineral.
  3. Erythrite is a monoclinic mineral that tends to form elongated prismatic crystals.
  4. Erythrite is a purple colour and is cobalt arsenate.
  5. Erythrite is a secondary hydrated arsenate of cobalt Cobalt is a chemical element in the periodic table that has the symbol Co and atomic number 27.


  1. Ferberite is a black mineral composed of iron(II) tungstate (tungsten oxide), chemical formula ferberite bolivia FeWO 4 . Discovered in 1863.
  2. Ferberite is a black monoclinic mineral composed of iron(II) tungstate, FeWO 4.
  3. Ferberite is a black monoclinic mineral composed of iron(II) tungstate, FeWO4. Ferberite occurs as granular masses and as slender prismatic crystals.
  4. Ferberite is a black, dense (specific gravity 7.3-7.5), brittle mineral that is most familiar as metallic to submetallic tabular crystals.
  5. Ferberite is the iron endmember of the manganese - iron wolframite solid solution series.


  1. Euxenite is a brownish black mineral with a metallic luster, found in Norway.
  2. Euxenite is a complex titanium-niobium tantalic that contains small amounts of thorium and uranium .
  3. Euxenite is a rare earth titanium-tantalate containing 10 to 13 percent uranium oxide.
  4. Euxenite is an uncommon mineral found in complex granitic pegmatites.
  5. Euxenite is used as a minor ore of rare earth elements and Uranium.


  1. Garnierite is a Nickel rich variety of serpentine associated with nickel-peridoteites.
  2. Garnierite is a hydrous nickel silicate, with the serpentine group of minerals.
  3. Garnierite is a major Nickel (Ni) ore.
  4. Garnierite is a mineral composed of hydrous nickel silicates a member of the serpentine group with formula: (Ni,Mg) 3 Si 2 O 5(OH). N--pouite is a synonym.
  5. Garnierite is the name for a green nickel ore which is found in pockets and fissures of weathered ultramafic rocks ( serpentinite, dunite, peridotite).


  1. Glaucochroite is a calcium manganese nesosilicate mineral with formula: CaMnSiO 4. It occurs in metamorphosed limestones.
  2. Glaucochroite is a calcium manganese orthosilicate, analogous to tephroite, calcium taking the place of half the manganese.
  3. Glaucochroite is a calcium manganese silicate mineral of the olivine group.
  4. Glaucochroite is the only calcium olivine here; it is locally common at Franklin, and it is unknown from Sterling Hill.
  5. Glaucochroite was derived from the Greek words for blue-green and color.


  1. Greenockite is a cadmium sulfide mineral isostructural with wurtzite.
  2. Greenockite is a rare cadmium mineral that consists of cadmium sulfide, CdS, in It was first recognized in 1840 in Greenock, Scotland.
  3. Greenockite is a rare cadmium mineral that consists of cadmium sulfide, CdS, in crystalline form.
  4. Greenockite is a rare mineral and the only real ore of cadmium.
  5. Greenockite is a rare yellowish mineral ore of cadmium that consists of cadmium sulphide in crystalline form.


  1. Hausmannite is a brown to black metallic mineral with Mohs hardness of 5.5 and a specific gravity of 4.8.
  2. Hausmannite is a complex oxide of manganese containing both di- and tri-valent manganese.
  3. Hausmannite is a manganese oxide mineral.
  4. Hausmannite is an interesting, and can be (when well-formed) a first-rate mineral specimen.
  5. Hausmannite is one of the main ore minerals of the Kalahari manganese field.


  1. Herderite is a rare form of beryl.
  2. Herderite is a rather rare mineral.
  3. Herderite is a very uncommon species in attractive examples.
  4. Herderite is an attractive and except in some mines in New England, a rather scarce phosphate mineral.
  5. The herderite is a lavander-grey color.


  1. Hedenbergite is a common mineral, the iron end member of the diopside- hedenbergite series.
  2. Hedenbergite is a member of the clinopyroxenes, which crystallize in the monoclinic system and contain calcium, iron, aluminum, sodium, or lithium.
  3. Hedenbergite is a member of the pyroxene group, which is an important and widely distributed group of rock-forming silicates.
  4. Hedenbergite is a part of an important solid solution series of the pyroxene group.
  5. Hedenbergite is a principal rock-forming mineral in the Dalnegorsk polymetallic deposits.


  1. Humite is a related species to clinohumite as might be expected by their names.
  2. Humite is a fairly rare mineral.
  3. Humite is an orthorhombic mineral of a transparent vitreous brown to orange color.
  4. Humite is the namesake member of the Humite Group of minerals.
  5. Humite is the naming member of a group of minerals called the humite group.


  1. Hydroxylapatite is a bone mineral, and has recently been developed as a bone and tooth implant material.
  2. Hydroxylapatite is a crystalline form of calcium hydroxylphosphate which has the ability to bind proteins according to their basic or acidic character.
  3. Hydroxylapatite is a hexagonal, calcium-phosphate mineral used to promote bone growth onto orthopaedic implants.
  4. Hydroxylapatite is a naturally occurring mineral present in phosphate rock.
  5. Hydroxylapatite is the hydroxyl endmember of the complex apatite group.


  1. Illite is a Disclaimers or layered silicate.
  2. Illite is a common syn.
  3. Illite is a mineral which hardly reacts with lime.
  4. Illite is a non-expanding, clay -sized, micaceous mineral.
  5. Illite is a non-expanding, clay ized, micaceous mineral.


  1. Ilvaite is a member of the Sorosilicate subclass of the silicate minerals.
  2. Ilvaite is a mineral, which glorified the Dalnegorsk deposits.
  3. Ilvaite is a mixed-valence calcium and iron silicate known previously as a relatively rare mineral in some Zn(Pb), Fe, and Sn skarns.
  4. Ilvaite is a much rarer species and good ilvaite samples are scarce.
  5. Ilvaite is a sorosilicate of iron and calcium with formula: CaFe 2+ 2 Fe 3+ Si 2 O 7 O(OH). Both manganese and magnesium substitute in the structure.


  1. Kernite is a fairly common ore type that yields the largest amount of mexallon of any ore types in the world.
  2. Kernite is a light soft mineral consisting of hydrated sodium borate in crystalline form.
  3. Kernite is an industry leader of maintenance, repair and operating products and services for business and industry.
  4. Kernite is the preferred ore mineral for borax.
  5. Kernite is used to make boric acid, which is used to make glass such as, glazes, laboratory glass, fiberglass and Pyrex™.


  1. Ironstone is a bountiful and widespread source of iron (Fe), although it only contains <50% iron, far less than the other main source of iron, hematite.
  2. Ironstone is a bountiful and widespread source of iron (Fe), although it only contains hematite .
  3. Ironstone is a fine-grained sedimentary rock, important as a source of iron.
  4. Ironstone is a fine-grained, heavy and compact sedimentary rock .
  5. Ironstone is a heavy, compact rock containing iron minerals.


  1. Lazulite is a phosphate-based mineral containing magnesium, iron, and aluminum phosphate.
  2. Lazulite is a rare and beautiful phosphorous-based mineral.
  3. Lazulite is a relatively rare mineral that gets easily confused with other, more well known, minerals.
  4. Lazulite is most often used as ornamental stones and rare mineral specimens.
  5. Lazulite is the official gemstone of the Yukon Territory.


  1. Laumontite is a common zeolite mineral indicative of low-grade metamorphism of lavas and volcaniclastic sediments.
  2. Laumontite is a "must-have" for any zeolite collector, and a real prize for all other mineral collectors as well.
  3. Laumontite is a common zeolite whose equilibrium phase relations and room-temperature frictional behavior are well understood.
  4. Laumontite is a handsome mineral.
  5. Laumontite is a mineral, one of the zeolite group.


  1. Linarite is a basic sulfate of copper and lead with the formula of PbCu(S[O.sub.4])[(OH).sub.2].
  2. Linarite is a rare but colorful secondary mineral that occurs in association with some lead copper ores.
  3. Linarite is a rare secondary mineral that forms by oxidation of lead and copper deposits.
  4. Linarite is a somewhat rare, crystalline mineral that is known among collectors for its unusually intense, pure blue color.
  5. Linarite is an intense blue mineral.


  1. Liroconite is a beautiful mineral that is not often available from any new sources.
  2. Liroconite is a an extremely rare and very beautiful mineral.
  3. Liroconite is a rare secondary mineral that forms by the oxidation of copper deposits.
  4. Liroconite is a truly beautiful mineral with a typical bright blue color, a nice glassy luster and an interesting crystal habit.
  5. Liroconite is a very rare copper aluminum arsenate with some water mixed in for good measure.


  1. Manganite is a Mineral consisting of Manganese Oxide Hydroxide, MnO(OH), crystallizing in the Orthorhombic system and isomorphous with Diaspore and Goethite.
  2. Manganite is a mineral MnO(OH) (see below) as well as to the ion MnO 4 4- discussed under Manganate.
  3. Manganite is a mineral with composition is manganese oxide -hydroxide.
  4. Manganite is a mineral.
  5. Manganite is a minor ore of manganese.


  1. Mellite is a naturally occurring organic mineral species.
  2. Mellite : A mineral of a honey color, found in brown coal, and partly the result of vegetable decomposition; honeystone.
  3. Mellite is a naturally ocurring organic mineral species.
  4. Mellite is known as the “honey stone”.
  5. Mellite is known as the “honey stone”.


  1. Riebeckite is a fibrous mineral, one of those which were given the commercial name asbestos.
  2. Riebeckite is a part of several solid solution series.
  3. Riebeckite is a sodium-rich member of the amphibole group of minerals.
  4. Riebeckite is an important mineral for two main reasons: one for when it is there and one for when it isn't.
  5. Riebeckite is the ferrous iron rich member of the series and as the name implies, magnesioriebeckite is the magnesium rich member.


  1. Abelsonite is a mineral of nickel, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen with formula: Ni[C 32 H 36 N 4]. It forms purple to reddish brown triclinic crystals.
  2. Location: Abelsonite was first discovered in a core sample from the WOSCO well for the Western Oil Corporation.


  1. Abernathyite is a uranium arsenate that is part of the metatorbornite group.
  2. Clear, yellow, crystalline abernathyite crystal group.
  3. Studies of the torbernite minerals (I): The crystal structure of abernathyite.


  1. Abhurite is only known as corrosion product of tin artefacts.

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