• Armenite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-343.html Mason, B, 1987. Armenite from Broken Hill, Australia, with comments on calciocelsian and barium anorthite. Mineralogical Magazine. 51, p.317-318 ⓘ Purnamoota (Purnamoota Station) Brian Mason (1987)Armenite from Broken Hill, Australia, with comments on calciocelesian and barium anorthite. Mineralogical Magazine, June 1987, Vol. 51, PP. 317-18
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    en.wiktionary.org/wiki/armenite (mineralogy) An orthorhombic-pyramidal mineral containing aluminum, barium, calcium, hydrogen, oxygen, and silicon. 1939 June 17, Henrich Neumann, “Armenite, a new mineral”, in Norsk Geologisk Tidsskrift, volume 19, page 312: Pure armenite is colorless and has well developed prismatic pseudohexagonal crystals with poorly developed terminal faces ...
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