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A group of basic phosphate minerals with the general formula indicated above, where:
A denotes a large divalent cation (Ba, Sr, Pb) plus a vacancy, or two monovalent cations (K, Na),
E denotes a small divalent cation (Fe, Mn, Mg) plus a vacancy, or two Na cations,
M is a small divalent cation (Fe, Mn, Mg), whose identity defines the root-name: Fe, arrojadite, or Mn, dickinsonite,
R is a small trivalent cation (Al, Fe) and
W is a hydroxide or fluoride ion.
Classification of Arrojadite Group
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Chemical Properties of Arrojadite Group
Relationship of Arrojadite Group to other Species
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References for Arrojadite Group
Cámara, F., Oberti, R., Chopin, C., Medenbach, O. (2006): The arrojadite enigma: I. A new formula and a new model for the arrojadite structure. American Mineralogist, 91, 1249-1259
Chopin, C., Oberti, R., Cámara, F. (2006): The arrojadite enigma: II. Compositional space, new members and nomenclature of the group. American Mineralogist, 91, 1260-1270.
Internet Links for Arrojadite Group
Localities for Arrojadite Group
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(TL) indicates type locality. ? indicates mineral may be doubtful at this locality. All other localities listed without reference should be considered as uncertain and unproven until references can be found.
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Locality Updated: Parwan lava caves, Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, AustraliaFrom Peter Hall, 23rd May 2013 22:03:20