On johannite, a new mineral species

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Published by William Blackwood, T. Cadell in Edinburgh, London .

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Statementby W. Haidinger ; communicated by the author.
SeriesLandmarks of science II
LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, QE391 .H35
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Paginationp. 306-310, [1] leaf of plates
Number of Pages310
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Open LibraryOL21866702M

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johannite, gilpinite [ A green secondary mineral; Cu(UO 2) 2 (SO 4) 2 (OH) H 2 O] Johannit m, Gilpinit. Published: April (This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue New Mineral Species and Their Crystal Structures that was published in Minerals).

Johannite Cu(UO2)2(SO4)2(OH)2• 8H2O c Mineral Data Publishing, version 1 Crystal Data: Triclinic, pseudomonoclinic. Point Group: 1. Crystals thick tabular {} and elongated along on [], or prismatic, in subparallel to drusy aggregates, to 6 mm; as scales or lathlike fibers, in spheroidal aggregates and efflorescent coatings.

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Johannite is a rare uranium sulfate mineral. It crystallizes in the triclinic crystal system with the chemical composition Cu [UO 2 (OH)SO 4] 2 8H 2 O. It is a mineral consisting of a green hydrous basic uranyl copper sulfate that occurs in massive form. Johannite was.

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7H 2 O, is a very rare Cobalt-bearing mineral. Bieberite is pale pink, and is not fluorescent. ## Johannite, Cu(UO 2) 2 (SO 4) 2 (OH) 2 8H 2 O, is a very rare Copper-bearing mineral belonging to the Zippeite group. Johannite is yellow-green in color, and is not fluorescent.

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However, sometimes the preexisting rock wall which contains the vein undergoes alteration. Portions of the host rock may either dissolve and be transported away or else react chemically with the circulating volatile fluids or the newly formed.Mineral Species Found at Franklin and Ogdensburg, NJ REVISED BY THE FRANKLIN MINERAL MUSEUM MINERAL LIST COMMITTEE, AUGUST The Franklin Mineral Museum (FMM) is responsible for publishing an annual list of mineral species known to occur in .Secondary mineral found on altering uraninite.

IMA Status: Valid Species (Pre-IMA) Locality: Jachymov, Bohemia, Czech Republic. Link to Location Data. Name Origin: Named for uranium and the Greek for "felt", alluding to the composition and habit.

Name Pronunciation: Uranopilite + Pronunciation: Uranopilite Image: Images.

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