Chrysotile R070088

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Record 795 of 4034  


Name: Chrysotile
RRUFF ID: R070088
Ideal Chemistry: Mg3Si2O5(OH)4
Locality: Cassiar Asbestos mine, Cassiar, British Columbia, Canada
Source: Lloyd Twaites LT608 [view label]
Owner: RRUFF
Description: Green silky fibrous aggregate, transparent in parts
Status: The identification of this mineral is not yet confirmed.
Mineral Groups: [ serpentine (12) ] [ Clay (87) ]
Quick search: [ All Chrysotile samples (2) ]
RAMAN SPECTRUM 
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Sample Description: Unoriented sample
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RRUFF ID: R070088
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Sample Description: Unoriented sample
Instrument settings: Thermo Almega XR 532nm @ 100% of 150mW
POWDER DIFFRACTION 
RRUFF ID: R070088.1
Sample Description: Powder
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REFERENCES for Chrysotile

American Mineralogist Crystal Structure Database Record: [view record]

von Kobell F (1834) Ueber den schillernden asbest von Reichenstein in Schlesien, Journal für Praktische Chemie, 2, 297-298   [view file]

von Kobell F (1843) Ueber den Spadait, eine neue Mineral-species, und über den Wollastonit von Capo di bove, Gelehrte Anzeigen der K├Âniglich Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 17, 945-950   [view file]

Warren B E, Bragg W L (1931) The crystal structure of chrysotile H4Mg3Si2O9, Zeitschrift für Kristallographie, 76, 201-210   [view file]

Whittaker E J W (1956) The structure of chrysotile. III. Ortho-chrysotile, Acta Crystallographica, 9, 862-864

Whittaker E J W (1957) Helical structures in chrysotile, Acta Crystallographica, 10, 765-766

Middleton A P, Whittaker J W (1976) The structure of povlen-type chrysotile, The Canadian Mineralogist, 14, 301-306   [view file]

Blaauw C, Stroink G, Leiper W, Zentelli M (1979) Mössbauer analysis of some Canadian chrysotiles, The Canadian Mineralogist, 17, 713-717   [view file]

Whittaker E J W, Middleton A P (1979) The intergrowth of fibrous brucite and fibrous magnesite with chrysotile, The Canadian Mineralogist, 17, 699-702   [view file]

Yada K (1979) Microstructures of chrysotile and antigorite by high–resolution electron microscopy, The Canadian Mineralogist, 17, 679-691   [view file]

Cogulu E, Laurent R (1984) Mineralogical and chemical variations in chrysotile veins and peridotite host-rocks from the Asbestos Belt of southern Quebec, The Canadian Mineralogist, 22, 173-183   [view file]

O'Hanley D S, Chernosky J V, Wicks F J (1989) The stability of lizardite and chrysotile, The Canadian Mineralogist, 27, 483-493   [view file]

Gualtieri A, Artioli G (1995) Quantitative determination of chrysotile asbestos in bulk materials by combined Rietveld and RIR methods, Powder Diffraction, 10, 269-277

O'Hanley D S, Wicks F J (1995) Conditions of formation of lizardite, chrysotile and antigorite, Cassiar, British Columbia, The Canadian Mineralogist, 33, 753-773   [view file]

Bard D, Yarwood J, Tylee B (1997) Asbestos fibre identification by Raman microspectroscopy, Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 28, 803-809   [link]

O'Hanley D S, Dyar M D (1998) The composition of chrysotile and its relationship with lizardite, The Canadian Mineralogist, 36, 727-798   [view file]

Rinaudo C, Gastaldi D, Belluso E (2003) Characterization of chrysotile, antigorite and lizardite by FT-Raman spectroscopy, The Canadian Mineralogist, 41, 883-890   [view file]

Su S C (2003) A rapid and accurate procedure for the determination of refractive indices of regulated asbestos minerals, American Mineralogist, 88, 1979-1982   [view file]

Dódony I, Buseck P R (2004) Serpentines close-up and intimate: an HRTEM view, International Geology Review, 46, 507-527

Evans B W (2004) The serpentinite multisystem revisited: chrysotile is metastable, International Geology Review, 46, 479-506

Falini G, Foresti E, Gazzano M, Gualtieri A F, Leoni M, Lesci I G, Roveri N (2004) Tubular-shaped stoichiometric chrysotile nanocrystals, Chemistry - A European Journal, 10, 3043-3049

Petry R, Mastalerz R, Zahn S, Mayerhöfer T G, Völksch G, Viereck-Götte L, Kreher-Hartmann B, Holz L, Lankers M, Popp J (2006) Asbestos mineral analysis by UV Raman and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy, ChemPhysChem, 7, 414-420   [view file]

Gunter M E, Sanchez M S, Williams T J (2007) Characterization of chrysotile samples for the presence of amphiboles: the Carey Canadian deposit, southeastern Quebec, Canada, The Canadian Mineralogist, 45, 263-280   [view file]

Mizukami T, Kagi H, Wallis S R, Fukura S (2007) Pressure-induced chage in the compressional behavior of the O-H bond in chrysotile: a Raman high-pressure study up to 4.5 GPa, American Mineralogist, 92, 1456-1463   [view file]

Trittschack R, Grobéty B (2013) The dehydroxylation of chrysotile: A combined in situ micro-Raman and micro-FTIR study, American Mineralogist, 98, 1133-1145