Parisite-(Ce) R120065



Name: Parisite-(Ce)
RRUFF ID: R120065
Ideal Chemistry: CaCe2(CO3)3F2
Locality: East Kemptville Tin mine, East Kemptville, Argyle, Yarmouth Co., Nova Scotia, Canada
Source: Donald Doell [view label]
Owner: RRUFF
Description: Pale orange hexagonal prismatic crystals, associated with R120064, anatase
Status: The identification of this mineral is not yet confirmed.
Mineral Group: [ Parisite (4) ]
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RAMAN SPECTRUM 
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Sample Description: Unoriented Raman on the primary sample; 780 nm spectrum is overwhelmed by fluorescence.
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RRUFF ID: R120065
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Sample Description: Unoriented Raman on the primary sample; 780 nm spectrum is overwhelmed by fluorescence.
Instrument settings: Thermo Almega XR 532nm @ 100% of 150mW
REFERENCES for Parisite-(Ce)

American Mineralogist Crystal Structure Database Record: [view record]

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Penfield S L, Warren C H (1899) On the chemical composition of parisite and a new occurrence of it in Ravalli Co., Montana, American Journal of Science, 8, 21-24   [view file]

Flink G (1901) Part I. On the minerals from Narsarsuk on the Firth of Tunugdliarfik in Southern Greenland. Parisite, Meddelelser om Grønland, 24, 29-42   [view file]

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