Swansea Mine, Goodsprings District, Spring Mts, Clark Co., Nevada, USA
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“Microscopically, the stainierite occurs as two varieties, one crystalline and anisotropic and the other cryptocrystalline and isotropic. X-ray diffraction studies showed no essential differences between the two. The mineragraphic properties and X-ray diffraction pattern of the stainierite have been determined and are presented in tabular form in this paper” (S. R. B. Cooke and Donald J. Doan, (1935))
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Cooke, S. R. B. and Donald J. Doan (1935), The Mineragraphy and X-ray Analysis of Stainierite from the Swansea Mine, Goodsprings, Nevada. The American Mineralogist: 20: 274-280.