• Apatite-(CaOH) Mineral Data

    www.webmineral.com/data/Apatite-(CaOH).shtml Weinrich Minerals, Inc. Google Search for Apatite-(CaOH) Ask about Apatite-(CaOH) here : Ask-A-Mineralogist from the Mineralogical Society of America Mindat.org's Discussion Groups Original Rockhounds Discussion Group Rockhounds Discussion Group on Yahoo Groups Mineral Discussion Forum from Fabre Minerals - also available in Español. Print or Cut-and-Paste your Apatite-(CaOH) Specimen Label here :
  • Apatite-(CaOH): Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-35593.html Apatite-(CaOH) mineral data, information about Apatite-(CaOH), its properties and worldwide locations. SUPPORT US. If mindat.org is important to you, click here to donate to our Fall 2019 fundraiser! Log In Register.
  • Apatite-(CaOH)-M Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Apatite-(CaOH)-M.shtml General Apatite- (CaOH)-M Information. Locality: 7.5 km SSW of the Wolf Mountain and 50 km W of the town of Nipigon, Thunder Bay district, northwestern Ontario, Canada. Link to MinDat.org Location Data. Name Origin: Named as the monoclinic analog of hyroxylapatite.
  • Apatite-(CaOH) Mineral Data - webmin.mindat.org

    webmin.mindat.org/data/Apatite-(CaOH).shtml General Apatite-(CaOH) Information : Chemical Formula: Ca5(PO4)3(OH) Composition: Molecular Weight = 502.31 gm Calcium 39.89 % Ca 55.82 % CaO Phosphorus 18.50 % P 42.39 % P 2 O 5 Hydrogen 0.20 % H 1.79 % H 2 O Oxygen 41.41 % O _____ _____ 100.00 % 100.00 % = TOTAL OXIDE

    pubs.geoscienceworld.org/.../apatite-caoh-in-the-fossil-bat-guano-deposit-from Apatite-(CaOH) is the most abundant phosphate in the deposit of fossil bat guano in the “dry” Cioclovina Cave, Şureanu Mountains, South Carpathians, Romania. Initial deposits, of both biogenic and authigenic origin, were chemically equilibrated during diagenesis.
  • Category:Apatite-(CaOH) - Wikimedia Commons

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  • Apatite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apatite Apatite is a group of phosphate minerals, usually referring to hydroxylapatite, fluorapatite and chlorapatite, with high concentrations of OH−, F− and Cl− ions, respectively, in the crystal. The formula of the admixture of the three most common endmembers is written as Ca10(PO4)62, and the crystal unit cell formulae of the individual minerals are written as Ca10(PO4)6(OH)2, Ca10(PO4)6F2 and Ca10(PO4)6Cl2. The mineral was named apatite by the German geologist Abraham Gottlob Werner in ...
  • Apatite: The mineral apatite information and pictures

    www.minerals.net/mineral/apatite.aspx Apatite is the main source of phosphorus. Phosphorus was previously extracted from crystalline Apatite, but nowadays is extracted from enormous deposits of Apatite-rich rock. Apatite is essential in the manufacture of phosphate fertilizers, and is very important in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
  • Stone cold - the 11 most dangerous minerals

    www.mining-technology.com/.../featurethe-11-most-dangerous-minerals-4256873 Hydroxyapatite. Commercial scale apatite mining has been carried out in Idaho, Tennessee and Wyoming in the US as well as in North Africa and Russia, where an entire town, Apatity in Murmansk Oblast, is named after it. The International Mineralogical Association (IMA) has renamed the mineral as Apatite- (CaOH).