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Posted by Rudy Bolona  
May 23, 2012 10:57PM
Yes, there's trinitite from the atomic bomb detonation in New Mexico, but has chernobylite from the 1986 nuclear reactor meltdown ever made it to the market?
avatar Re: Chernobylite!
May 24, 2012 05:09AM
I'm holding out for a nice fukushimite.
May 24, 2012 06:52AM
there is a material called corium found in the Chernobyl site, basement, probably the type locality. But I guess you do not really want to have that in your collection.
so long
Re: Chernobylite!
May 24, 2012 09:56AM
Corium is not a mineral it is a mixture of molten fuel and construction materials (steel and zirconium).
Re: Chernobylite!
May 24, 2012 01:38PM
The real rare one to acquire is: Threemileislanditewinking smiley


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