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Unnamed (Ca-Cu Arsenate 2)

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~Ca3Cu8(AsO4)4(AsO3OH)5 · nH2O
Blue, micaceous, associated with erythrite and strashimirite.

Classification of Unnamed (Ca-Cu Arsenate 2)

Chemical Properties of Unnamed (Ca-Cu Arsenate 2)

~Ca3Cu8(AsO4)4(AsO3OH)5 · nH2O
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Other Information

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 Unnamed (Ca-Cu Arsenate 2)

Reference List:
Sejkora, J. et al. (2008): Zálesí - eine interessante Mineralfundstelle an der tschechisch-polnischen Grenze. Lapis 33 (10), 22-36; 90 (in German).

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