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Alluaivite

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Formula:
Na19(Ca,Mn)6(Ti,Nb)3Si26O74Cl · 2H2O
System:
Trigonal
Colour:
Colorless to weak ...
Lustre:
Vitreous
Hardness:
5 - 6
Member of:
Name:
After the type locality occurrence on Mt. Alluaiv, Lovozero massif, Kola Peninsula, Russia.
This page provides mineralogical data about Alluaivite.

Classification of Alluaivite

Approved
9.CO.10

9 : SILICATES (Germanates)
C : Cyclosilicates
O : [Si9O27]18- 9-membered rings
64.1b.1.1

64 : CYCLOSILICATES Rings with Other Anions and Insular Silicate Groups
1b :
17.3.7

17 : Silicates Containing other Anions
3 : Silicates with chloride (including aluminosilicates)
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Type Occurrence of Alluaivite

Place of Conservation of Type Material:
Mining Museum, St. Petersburg Mining Institute, 1993/1{2; A.E. Fersman Mineralogical Museum, Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia; The Natural History Museum, London, England, 1994,1.
Year of Discovery:
1990
Geological Setting of Type Material:
In ultra-agpaitic pegmatites in a di®erentiated alkalic massif.

Physical Properties of Alluaivite

Vitreous
Diaphaneity (Transparency):
Transparent
Colour:
Colorless to weak brownish pink
Hardness (Mohs):
5 - 6
Tenacity:
Brittle
Fracture:
Conchoidal

Crystallography of Alluaivite

Crystal System:
Trigonal
Cell Parameters:
a = 14.04Å, c = 60.6Å
Ratio:
a:c = 1 : 4.316
Unit Cell Volume:
V 10,345.17 ų (Calculated from Unit Cell)
Morphology:
Irregular accumulations, to 1 mm.

Optical Data of Alluaivite

Type:
Uniaxial (+)
RI values:
nω = 1.618 nε = 1.626
Max Birefringence:
δ = 0.008
Image shows birefringence interference colour range (at 30µm thickness) and does not take into account mineral colouration.
Surface Relief:
Moderate

Chemical Properties of Alluaivite

Formula:
Na19(Ca,Mn)6(Ti,Nb)3Si26O74Cl · 2H2O
Essential elements:
All elements listed in formula:
Common Impurities:
Zr,La,Ce,TR,Sr,Ba,K

Relationship of Alluaivite to other Species

Member of:
Other Members of Group:
AndrianoviteNa12(K,Sr,Ce)3Ca6Mn3Zr3Nb(Si25O73)(O,H2O,OH)5
Aqualite(H3O)8(Na,K,Sr)5Ca6Zr3Si26O66(OH)9Cl
CarbokentbrooksiteNa11-12(Na,Ce)3Ca6Mn3Zr3Nb[(OH)3|CO3|(Si3O9)2|(Si9O27)2SiO] · H2O
DavinciiteNa12K3Ca6Fe32+Zr3(Si26O73OH)Cl2
DualiteNa30(Ca,Na,Ce,Sr)12(Na,Mn,Fe,Ti)6Zr3Ti3Mn[Si51O144](OH,H2O,Cl)9
EudialyteNa15Ca6(Fe2+,Mn2+)3Zr3[Si25O73](O,OH,H2O)3(OH,Cl)2
FeklicheviteNa11Ca9(Fe3+,Fe2+)2Zr3Nb[Si25O73](OH,H2O,Cl,O)5
FengchengiteNa123(Ca,Sr)6Fe33+ Zr3Si(Si25O73)(H2O,OH)3(OH,Cl)2
FerrokentbrooksiteNa15Ca6(Fe,Mn)3Zr3NbSi25O73(O,OH,H2O)3Cl2
GeorgbarsanoviteNa12(Mn,Sr,REE)3Ca6Fe32+Zr3NbSi25O76Cl2·H2O
GolysheviteNa10Ca3Ca6Zr3Fe2SiNb(Si3O9)2(Si9O27)2CO3(OH)3 · H2O
Ikranite(Na,H3O)15(Ca,Mn2+)6Fe23+Zr3-4[Cl|(H0-3Si3O9)2|{(Si9O27)2,(Si9O27)2SiO}] · 2-3H2O
Johnsenite-(Ce)Na12(Ce,La,Sr,Ca)3Ca6Mn3Zr3W[(OH,Cl)2|CO3|(Si3O9)2|(Si9O27)2SiO] · H2O
Kentbrooksite(Na,REE)15(Ca,REE)6(Mn2+,Fe2+)3Zr3Nb[Si25O74]F2 · 2H2O
KhomyakoviteNa12Sr3Ca6Fe3Zr3W[Si25O73](O,OH,H2O)3(OH,Cl)2
Labyrinthite(Na,K,Sr)35Ca12Fe3Zr6TiSi51O144(O,OH,H2O)9Cl3
ManganoeudialyteNa14Ca6Mn3Zr3[Si26O72(OH)2](H2O,Cl,O,OH)6
ManganokhomyakoviteNa12Sr3Ca6Mn3Zr3W[Si25O73](O,OH,H2O)3(OH,Cl)2
MogoviditeNa9(Ca,Na)5Ca6Zr3Fe2(Si,Nb)(Si9O27)2(Si3O9)2(CO3)(OH,H2O)3Cl0.3
OneilliteNa15Ca3Mn3Fe32+Zr3Nb(Si25O73)(O,OH,H2O)3(OH,Cl)2
RaslakiteNa15Ca3Fe32+(Na,Zr)3Zr3Nb<0.5[(Cl,OH)|(Si3O9)2|(Si9O27)2SiO] · 3(OH,H2O)
RastsvetaeviteNa27K8Ca12Fe3Zr6Si52O144(O,OH,H2O)6Cl2
TaseqiteNa12Sr3Ca6Fe3Zr3Nb[Cl2|(Si3O9)2|(Si9O27)2SiO] · 3(O,OH,H2O)
UM1998-21-SiO:CaCeClHMnNaZrNa16Ca6(Mn,Ce)3Zr3(Si3O9)2(Si9O27)2(OH,Cl)4
VoronkoviteNa15(Na,Ca,Ce)3(Mn,Ca)3Fe3Zr3Si26O72(OH,O)4Cl · H2O
Zirsilite-(Ce)Na11-12(Ce,Na)3Ca6Mn3Zr3Nb(Si19O55)(Si3O9)2(CO3)(OH)3 · H2O
9.CO.10EudialyteNa15Ca6(Fe2+,Mn2+)3Zr3[Si25O73](O,OH,H2O)3(OH,Cl)2
9.CO.10FerrokentbrooksiteNa15Ca6(Fe,Mn)3Zr3NbSi25O73(O,OH,H2O)3Cl2
9.CO.10Kentbrooksite(Na,REE)15(Ca,REE)6(Mn2+,Fe2+)3Zr3Nb[Si25O74]F2 · 2H2O
9.CO.10KhomyakoviteNa12Sr3Ca6Fe3Zr3W[Si25O73](O,OH,H2O)3(OH,Cl)2
9.CO.10ManganokhomyakoviteNa12Sr3Ca6Mn3Zr3W[Si25O73](O,OH,H2O)3(OH,Cl)2
9.CO.10OneilliteNa15Ca3Mn3Fe32+Zr3Nb(Si25O73)(O,OH,H2O)3(OH,Cl)2
9.CO.10RaslakiteNa15Ca3Fe32+(Na,Zr)3Zr3Nb<0.5[(Cl,OH)|(Si3O9)2|(Si9O27)2SiO] · 3(OH,H2O)
9.CO.10FeklicheviteNa11Ca9(Fe3+,Fe2+)2Zr3Nb[Si25O73](OH,H2O,Cl,O)5
9.CO.10CarbokentbrooksiteNa11-12(Na,Ce)3Ca6Mn3Zr3Nb[(OH)3|CO3|(Si3O9)2|(Si9O27)2SiO] · H2O
9.CO.10Zirsilite-(Ce)Na11-12(Ce,Na)3Ca6Mn3Zr3Nb(Si19O55)(Si3O9)2(CO3)(OH)3 · H2O
9.CO.10Ikranite(Na,H3O)15(Ca,Mn2+)6Fe23+Zr3-4[Cl|(H0-3Si3O9)2|{(Si9O27)2,(Si9O27)2SiO}] · 2-3H2O
9.CO.10TaseqiteNa12Sr3Ca6Fe3Zr3Nb[Cl2|(Si3O9)2|(Si9O27)2SiO] · 3(O,OH,H2O)
9.CO.10RastsvetaeviteNa27K8Ca12Fe3Zr6Si52O144(O,OH,H2O)6Cl2
9.CO.10GolysheviteNa10Ca3Ca6Zr3Fe2SiNb(Si3O9)2(Si9O27)2CO3(OH)3 · H2O
9.CO.10Labyrinthite(Na,K,Sr)35Ca12Fe3Zr6TiSi51O144(O,OH,H2O)9Cl3
9.CO.10Johnsenite-(Ce)Na12(Ce,La,Sr,Ca)3Ca6Mn3Zr3W[(OH,Cl)2|CO3|(Si3O9)2|(Si9O27)2SiO] · H2O
9.CO.10MogoviditeNa9(Ca,Na)5Ca6Zr3Fe2(Si,Nb)(Si9O27)2(Si3O9)2(CO3)(OH,H2O)3Cl0.3
9.CO.10GeorgbarsanoviteNa12(Mn,Sr,REE)3Ca6Fe32+Zr3NbSi25O76Cl2·H2O
9.CO.10Aqualite(H3O)8(Na,K,Sr)5Ca6Zr3Si26O66(OH)9Cl
9.CO.10DualiteNa30(Ca,Na,Ce,Sr)12(Na,Mn,Fe,Ti)6Zr3Ti3Mn[Si51O144](OH,H2O,Cl)9
9.CO.10AndrianoviteNa12(K,Sr,Ce)3Ca6Mn3Zr3Nb(Si25O73)(O,H2O,OH)5
9.CO.10VoronkoviteNa15(Na,Ca,Ce)3(Mn,Ca)3Fe3Zr3Si26O72(OH,O)4Cl · H2O
9.CO.10UM1999-36-SiO:CaCeHMnNaNbSrZrNa17(Ca,Ce,Sr)2Mn3(Zr,Nb)4Si25O73(O,OH,F,Cl)5
9.CO.10UM2000-66-SiO:CaClFeHMnNaNbSrZrNa12(Ca,Mn)6(Sr,Na,K)3(Fe,Mn)3(Zr,Nb)4Si25O66(OH,Cl)11
9.CO.10ManganoeudialyteNa14Ca6Mn3Zr3[Si26O72(OH)2](H2O,Cl,O,OH)6
9.CO.10UM1990-78-SiO:CaClFeHKNaZr(H3O)7(Na,K)5(Ca,Sr,Mn)6Zr3[Si3O7(O,OH)2]2[Si9O23(O,OH)4]2[SiNaFe(Zr,Ti,Al,Nb)□]Cl1.5(O,OH)
9.CO.10UM-1990-79-SiO:CaClFeHMnNaNbREEZrNa14Ca5(Mg,Ca,Mn)Zr3(Si3O9)2(Si9O27)2(Si,Nb,Al,Zr)2(Fe,Zr)3(Mn,Na,Ce,La,Y)(Na,H2O,K,Sr)(OH)4-5(OH,Cl)
9.CO.10UM1971-22-SiO:CaClFeHMgMnNaNbZrNa12Ca5(Ce,La,Y,Ca)Zr3(Zr,Nb)(Fe,Mn)3[Si9O24-26(OH)1-3]2[Si3O9]2Cl
9.CO.10UM1998-21-SiO:CaCeClHMnNaZrNa16Ca6(Mn,Ce)3Zr3(Si3O9)2(Si9O27)2(OH,Cl)4
17.3.1RustumiteCa10(Si2O7)2(SiO4)(OH)2Cl2
17.3.2ZunyiteAl13Si5O20(OH,F)18Cl
17.3.3SodaliteNa8(Al6Si6O24)Cl2
17.3.4MarialiteNa4Al3Si9O24Cl
17.3.5TugtupiteNa4(AlBeSi4O12)Cl
17.3.6EudialyteNa15Ca6(Fe2+,Mn2+)3Zr3[Si25O73](O,OH,H2O)3(OH,Cl)2
17.3.8NasonitePb6Ca4(Si2O7)3Cl2
17.3.9AsisitePb7SiO9Cl2
17.3.10JagoitePb18Fe43+[Si4(Si,Fe3+)6][Pb4Si16(Si,Fe)4]O82Cl6
17.3.11Friedelite(Mn,Fe)8Si6O15(OH,Cl)10
17.3.12Pyrosmalite-(Fe)(Fe,Mn)8Si6O15(OH,Cl)10
17.3.13Pyrosmalite
17.3.14Pyrosmalite-(Mn)(Mn,Fe)8Si6O15(OH,Cl)10
17.3.16Mcgillite(Mn,Fe)8Si6O15(OH)8Cl2
17.3.17TraskiteBa21Ca(Fe2+,Mn,Ti)4(Ti,Fe,Mg)12(Si12O36)(Si2O7)6(O,OH)30Cl6·14H2O
17.3.18MuiriteBa10Ca2Mn2+Ti[(OH,Cl,F)|HSi2O7]5
17.3.19VerplanckiteBa2(Mn,Fe,Ti)Si2O6(O,OH,Cl,F)2 · 3H2O or near

Other Names for Alluaivite

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Health Risks:
No information on health risks for this material has been entered into the database. You should always treat mineral specimens with care.

References for Alluaivite

Reference List:
New Mins. (1997), New Minerals 1990-1994.

Zapiski Vserossiyskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva (and Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva): 119(1): 117-120.

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Localities for Alluaivite

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