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Registered member joined prior to 15th Oct 2005 (unrecorded)

Cristian Biagioni has uploaded:
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I am an italian student of mineralogy. I am graduated at Pisa University with a degree on manganese mineralization in Vagli area (Apuan Alps); there I found some rare minerals such as sugilite, serandite and tinzenite, and also good samples of hollandite and piemontite. Then I took a specialization in mineralogy with a degree on Zr-Ti-Nb-REE disilicates of cuspidine and rinkite families from nepheline syenites of Iles de Los (Guinea). Now I am studying C-S-H (calcium silicate hydrates).

I like to search minerals, particularly in Apuan Alps and I like to swap. My collection is a regional one (Italian minerals, with a special care for Tuscan ones) but I have also a systematic collection (I like in particular sulphosalts and minerals from nepheline syenites).

 

 
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