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Harmotome, a Ba-rich zeolite, is reported in a lacustrine sandstone dominated by basaltic fragments now mainly altered to smectite and iron oxides. Harmotome forms 4-5% of the rock and occurs as an authigenic layer of stubby prismatic crystals typically 2-7 mu m long, lining voids in the sandstone.-D.F.B.
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Harmotome in a basaltic, volcaniclastic sandstone from a lacustrine deposit near Kirkland Junction, Yavapai County, Arizona.