Leucophoenicite R150131

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Name: Leucophoenicite
RRUFF ID: R150131
Ideal Chemistry: Mn2+7(SiO4)3(OH)2
Locality: Franklin, Sussex County, New Jersey, USA
Source: Steven Kuitems [view label]
Owner: RRUFF
Description: Striated raspberry-red or deep to light pink prismatic crystals, associated with white prismatic willemite
Status: The identification of this mineral has been confirmed by single-crystal X-ray diffraction.
Mineral Group: [ Humite (20) ]
Quick search: [ All Leucophoenicite samples (2) ]
RAMAN SPECTRUM 
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Sample Description: Unoriented Raman on the primary sample
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RRUFF ID: R150131
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Sample Description: Unoriented Raman on the primary sample
Instrument settings: Thermo Almega XR 532nm @ 1% of 150mW
POWDER DIFFRACTION 
RRUFF ID: R150131.9
Sample Description: Single crystal, powder profile is calculated
Cell Refinement Output: a: 10.8259(3)Å    b: 4.8568(1)Å    c: 11.3777(2)Å
alpha: 90°    beta: 103.869(1)°    gamma: 90°   Volume: 580.79(3)Å3    Crystal System: monoclinic
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Output file from the Bruker D8 Advance instrument. Includes device headers and XY data.

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REFERENCES for Leucophoenicite

American Mineralogist Crystal Structure Database Record: [view record]

Anthony J W, Bideaux R A, Bladh K W, and Nichols M C (1990) Handbook of Mineralogy, Mineral Data Publishing, Tucson Arizona, USA, by permission of the Mineralogical Society of America. [view file]

Penfield S L, Warren C H (1899) Some new minerals from the zinc mines at Franklin, N.J., and note concerning the chemical composition of ganomalite, American Journal of Science, 8, 339-353   [view file]

Moore P B (1970) Edge-sharing silicate tetrahedra in the crystal structure of leucophoenicite, American Mineralogist, 55, 1146-1166   [view file]