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UM1997-18-AsO:HNiU

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Formula:
Ni(UO2)2(AsO4)2 · 8H2O
Colour:
light green to yellow green
Crystal System:
Tetragonal
Synonym:
A synonym of Metarauchite
An unidentified mineral. Upon the recent (end of 2006) discovery of a monocrystal of this phase, work has resumed to fully describe and publish it. The formula provided was published in 1997 in the Czech Bulletin (Secondary Minerals of Jachymov) and may be revised based on the ongoing work (pers. comm. Josef Vajdak to C. Lemanski, Jr. 2006).




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J. Czech Geological Society, 42(4), 77 (specifically p100)(1997)
Equivalence to metarauchite: personal communication from Jakub Plasil to Dorian Smith.

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