• Burangaite Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Burangaite.shtml Burangaite Crystallography: Axial Ratios: a:b:c =4.9702:1:2.6644 : Cell Dimensions: a = 25.09, b = 5.048, c = 13.45, Z = 4; beta = 110.91° V = 1,591.31 Den(Calc)= 3.08
  • What does burangaite mean? - Definitions.net

    www.definitions.net/definition/burangaite Definition of burangaite in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of burangaite. What does burangaite mean? Information and translations of burangaite in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
  • burangaite - Wiktionary

    en.wiktionary.org/wiki/burangaite (mineralogy) A monoclinic-prismatic mineral containing aluminum, calcium, hydrogen, iron, magnesium, oxygen, phosphorus, and sodium
  • Burangaite : ClassicGems.net

    www.classicgems.net/gem_burangaite.htm Burangaite is a very rare phosphate mineral that is a member of the Dufrénite Group of minerals. It was discovered in 1976 at the Buranga pegmatite, Gatumba District, Western Province, Rwanda and named for this locality.
  • Burangaite (Na Ca)(Fe2+ Mg)Al (PO (OH O) 2H O 5 4 6 2

    www.handbookofmineralogy.org/pdfs/burangaite.pdf Burangaite (Na,Ca)(Fe2+,Mg)Al5(PO4)4(OH,O)6• 2H2O c 2001-2005 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1 Crystal Data: Monoclinic. Point Group: 2/m. Crystals are prismatic, bladed, elongated along [010], bounded by {h0l} forms, and complexly terminated by {311} and {223};maybe fibrous. Physical Properties: Cleavage: On {100}, perfect. Hardness = 5 D ...
  • Burangaite

    e-rocks.com/item/cha767632/burangaite Buranga Pegmatite, Gatumba, Ngororero District, Western Province, Rwanda - specimen with some very rappresentative massive aggregates of burangaite in matrix from the type locality.  
  • Burangaite

    e-rocks.com/item/smm795754/burangaite Buranga Pegmatite, Gatumba, Ngororero District, Western Province, Rwanda - Blue rare burangaite in matrix.
  • Bertossaite - National Gem Lab

    nationalgemlab.in/bertossaite Bertossaite is generally discovered associated with Apatite, Brazilianite, Burangaite, Quartz, Scorzalite and Trolleite. The image above shows a gem with faintly-pink to Bertossaite that is white with Burangaite. Bertossaite is usually semi-transparent with vitreous lustre and dispersion that is moderately strong a Moh’s hardness of 6.
  • Benitoite - National Gem Lab

    nationalgemlab.in/benitoite Bertossaite is usually found associated with Apatite, Brazilianite, Burangaite, Quartz, Scorzalite and Trolleite. The image above shows a gem with faintly-pink to Bertossaite that is white with Burangaite. Bertossaite is normally semi-transparent with vitreous lustre and dispersion that is moderately strong a Moh’s hardness of 6.
  • Berlinite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Berlinite Berlinite (aluminium phosphate, chemical formula AlPO 4 or Al(PO 4) is a rare high-temperature hydrothermal or metasomatic phosphate mineral. It has the same crystal structure as quartz with a low temperature polytype isostructural with α–quartz and a high temperature polytype isostructural with β–quartz. Berlinite can vary from colorless to greyish or pale pink and has translucent crystals.