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Bucklandite (of Lévy)

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William Buckland
Name introduced by Levy in 1824 for a mineral from one of the Neskilen Fe Mines [Neskiel], Arendal, Norway. It was found on one sample in the collection of Hampden-Turner. The mineral occured as darkbrown to black, small crystals, shortprismatic after [010]. It was named after the english geologist William Buckland (1784-1856)
A synonym of Allanite Group
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LÉVY, [A.] (1824): Account of a new Mineral Substance. Annals of Philosophy. 23, 134-136

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