• Abhurite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abhurite Abhurite is a mineral of tin, oxygen, hydrogen, and chlorine with the formula Sn 21 O 6 (OH) 14 Cl 16 or Sn 3 O(OH) 2 Cl 2. It is named after its type locality, a shipwreck with tin ingots at Sharm Abhur, a cove near Jeddah in the Red Sea.Abhurite forms alongside other tin minerals like romarchite and cassiterite.. Locality and formation. Abhurite is attributed for forming on tin materials ...
  • Abhurite dictionary definition | abhurite defined

    www.yourdictionary.com/abhurite abhurite definition: Noun (plural abhurites) 1. (mineralogy) A soft mineral composed of tin, oxygen, hydrogen, and chlorine.Origin Sharm Abhur, a cove in the Red Sea, and -ite....
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    www.definitions.net/definition/abhurite Definition of abhurite in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of abhurite. What does abhurite mean? Information and translations of abhurite in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
  • Abhurite Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Abhurite.shtml Abhurite Crystallography: Axial Ratios: a:c = 1:4.39508 : Cell Dimensions: a = 10.018, c = 44.03, Z = 21; V = 3,826.85 Den(Calc)= 4.35 : Crystal System:
  • Abhurite - Mindat.org

    www.mindat.org/gm/4 3.5 x 2.9 x 1.5 cm. Abhurite is a fascinating tin-containing mineral species formed in nature somewhere perhaps as microcrystals, but found in large crystals like this only as a result of the interaction of saltwater with pure tin ingots on sunken colonial era sailing vessels, in a few shipwrecks worldwide.
  • Abhurite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/show.php Matzko J J, Evans H T, Mrose M E, Aruscavage P (1985) Abhurite, a new tin hydroxychloride mineral, and a comparative study with a synthetic basic tin chloride. The Canadian Mineralogist 23, 233-240 Crystallography of Abhurite Hide
  • Abhurite Mineral Specimen For Sale - Dakota Matrix Minerals

    www.dakotamatrix.com/products/9630/abhurite Abhurite - An interesting occurence having formed in sea water upon the reaction with tin from a ship wreck. Originally discovered from another ship wreck in Sharm Abhur Cove of Saudi Arabia. All occurences are from ship wrecks. Hardly fits the true definition of a mineral - a naturally occuring substance..... . This and many more mineral specimens are available for sale at Dakota Matrix Minerals.
  • Mineralienatlas Lexikon - Abhurite (english Version)

    www.mineralatlas.eu/lexikon/index.php/MineralData Mindat - search for: Abhurite Webmineral - search for:Abhurite Handbook-of-Mineralogy - search for: Abhurite RRUFF - Raman, XRD and other mineral data - search for: Abhurite RRUFF - References and PDF downloads - search for: Abhurite American-Mineralogist-Crystal-Structure-Database - search for: Abhurite Athena - search for: Abhurite: Russian pages
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    pubs.geoscienceworld.org/.../Abhurite-a-new-tin-hydroxychloride-mineral-and-a Abhurite, a new tin hydroxychloride mineral, and a comparative study with a synthetic basic tin chloride
  • Barite Mineral | Uses and Properties - Geology

    geology.com/minerals/barite.shtml The uses and properties of the mineral Barite. Barite Occurrence. Barite often occurs as concretions and void-filling crystals in sediments and sedimentary rocks.It is especially common as concretions and vein fillings in limestone and dolostone.Where these carbonate rock units have been heavily weathered, large accumulations of barite are sometimes found at the soil-bedrock contact.