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Hey's Chemical Index of Minerals

All CIM references are taken from the THIRD EDITION of Hey's Mineral Index, by A. Clark, Dept. of Mineralogy, Natural History Museum, London.

Book Information: 852 pages. hard cover. Published by Chapman & Hall, London 1993.

Hey's Mineral Index groups all minerals into one of 32 groups based on their chemistry - mindat.org allows you to search for minerals using these groupings.

Click below to view subgroups or minerals in each of Hey's groups.

Hey Classification 3rd edition - Borates

9.1Borates of the alkalis and boric acid
9.2Borates of Be and Mg
9.3Borates of Ca and Sr
9.4Borates of Ca and Mn
9.5Borates of Al and rare earths
9.6Borates of Ti, Sn and Ta
9.7Borates of Mn
9.8Borates of Fe
9.9Borates of Ni
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