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Mahlmoodite, FeZr(PO4).4H2O, a new iron zirconium phosphate mineral from Wilson Springs, Arkansas

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Abstract

Small (<0.5 mm) cream white spheres observed in V ore have been identified as ferrous zirconium phosphate tetrahedrate, FeZr(PO4)2.4H2O. This new mineral, named mahlmoodite, occurs as spherules of radiating fibers usually perched on crystals of pyroxene in vugs. The optical and crystallographic properties of mahlmoodite are described. -after Authors

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Article
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Title:
Mahlmoodite, FeZr(PO4).4H2O, a new iron zirconium phosphate mineral from Wilson Springs, Arkansas
Series title:
American Mineralogist
Volume
78
Issue:
3-4
Year Published:
1993
Language:
English
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Article
Larger Work Subtype:
Journal Article
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American Mineralogist
First page:
437
Last page:
440