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Discredited in 2012 IMA 11-F (H2O-free variety of mannardite).
References for Ankangite
Xiong Ming, Ma Zhesheng, and Peng Zhizhong (1988): A new mineral - Ankangite. Chinese Science Bulletin [Kexue Tongbao] 33(18), 1401-1404 (in Chinese). - American Mineralogist (1991), 76, 2020 (abstract).
Xiong Ming, Ma Zhesheng, and Peng Zhizhong (1989): A new mineral - ankangite. Chinese Science Bulletin [Kexue Tongbao] 34(7), 592-596 (in Chinese). - American Mineralogist (1992), 77, 1119 (abstract).
Wu, X. J., Li, F. H. and Hashimoto, H. (1990): Electron microscope study of the incommensurately modulated structure of ankangite. Acta Crystallographica 46, 111-117.
Nicheng, S., Zhesheng, M. and Wei, L. (1991): Crystal structure determination of ankangite with one-dimensional incommensurate modulation. Acta Petrolog. Mineral. 10(8), 233-245 (in Chinese with English abstract). - American Mineralogist (1992), 77, 1119 (abstract).
Anthony, J. W., et al. (1997): Handbook of Mineralogy, Vol. 3, 15.
Internet Links for Ankangite
Localities for Ankangite
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Locality Updated: Tropea, Mount Poro, Vibo Valentia Province, Calabria, ItalyFrom Ferdinando Giovine, 26th May 2013 07:51:49