• Bastnäsite-(Ce): Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-560.html About Bastnäsite- (Ce) Hide. Specific Gravity: 4.9 - 5.2 Name: For the type locality at the Bastnäs mines, Riddarhyttan, Skinnskatteberg, Västmanland, Sweden, plus the "- (Ce)" suffix due to the dominance of cerium in the composition. Cerium analogue of Bastnäsite- (La) and Bastnäsite- (Y); fluorine analogue of Hydroxylbastnäsite- (Ce).
  • Bastnäsite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bastn%C3%A4site Most bastnäsite is bastnäsite-(Ce), and cerium is by far the most common of the rare earths in this class of minerals. Bastnäsite and the phosphate mineral monazite are the two largest sources of cerium and other rare-earth elements. Bastnäsite was first described by the Swedish chemist Wilhelm Hisinger in 1838.
  • Bastnasite-(Ce) Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Bastnasite-(Ce).shtml Bastnasite-(Ce) is Radioactive as defined in 49 CFR 173.403. Greater than 70 Bq / gram. Greater than 70 Bq / gram. Estimated Maximum U.S. Postal Shipping Size (10 mRem/hr limit, Unshielded 10 cm box) 503.70 ±125.92 grams of pure Bastnasite-(Ce) .
  • BASTNASITE (Cerium Lanthanum Yttrium Carbonate Fluoride)

    www.galleries.com/Bastnasite Bastnasite has cerium, lanthanum and yttrium in its generalized formula but officially the mineral is divided into three minerals based on the predominant rare earth element. There is Bastnasite-(Ce) with a more accurate formula of (Ce, La)CO3F. There is also Bastnasite-(La) with a formula of (La, Ce)CO3F.
  • Bastnasite-(Ce) mineral information and data

    www.dakotamatrix.com/mineralpedia/5213/bastnasite-ce Bastnasite-(Ce) Named for the type locality at the Bastnas mines in Vastmanland, Sweden and for the dominance of cerium over the other rare earth elements in the composition. Bastasite-Ce is an uncommon mineral, but is the most common rare earth bearing mineral.
  • Hydroxylbastnasite-(Ce) Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Hydroxylbastnasite-(Ce).shtml Concentration of Hydroxylbastnasite-(Ce) per GRapi unit = 16.26 (PPM) Hydroxylbastnasite-(Ce) is Radioactive as defined in 49 CFR 173.403. Greater than 70 Bq / gram.
  • Bastn¨asite-(Ce) (Ce La)(CO3)F - RRUFF

    rruff.info/doclib/hom/bastnasitece.pdf Bastn¨asite-(Ce) (Ce,La)(CO3)F c 2001-2005 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1 Crystal Data: Hexagonal. Point Group: 62c. Commonly in tabular to equant crystals, with {0001} and {1010}, may be modified by {1120}, {1011}, {1012}, {1013}, {1122}, horizontally striated, may be elongated, commonly in syntaxic intergrowth with r¨ontgenite-(Ce),
  • Bastnäsite-(Ce), Bastnasite-(Ce) - trekgeo.net

    trekgeo.net/m/d/bastnasiteCee.htm Bastnäsite-(Ce), Bastnasite-(Ce) Year of discovery: 1841 (Bastnäs mine, Sweden), 1963 (Japan) Locality list: 15 localities of bastnäsite-(Ce) CeCO 3 F (Ce,La)CO 3 (F,OH) [Ce 3+][F|CO 3] 3-Class: Bastnäsite (Bastnasite) group; Class: Carbonate - Fluoride; Soluble in: concentrated hot HCl, concentrated hot HNO 3, concentrated hot H 2 SO 4 ...

    minresco.com/radioactive/radioactive10.htm Bastnasite-(Ce) is one of the least common of the REE-bearing minerals found in this area. The chemical composition of Bastnasite-(Ce) is. CeCO3F. The Bastnasite-(Ce) from the Oregon No. 2 Pegmatite is alteration material, formed from the Allanite-(Ce) that occurs at this locality.
  • Category:Bastnäsite-(Ce) - Wikimedia Commons

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