• Cuspidine - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cuspidine Cuspidine is a fluorine bearing calcium silicate mineral (sorosilicate) with formula: Ca 4 (Si 2 O 7)(F,OH) 2. Cuspidine crystallizes in the monoclinic crystal system and occurs as acicular to spear shaped pale red to light brown crystals. It is a member of the wöhlerite group.. Cuspidine was first described in 1876 for an occurrence in Monte Somma, Italy. The name is from the Greek cuspis ...
  • Cuspidine Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Cuspidine.shtml General Cuspidine Information : Chemical Formula: Ca4Si2O7(F,OH)2 : Composition: Molecular Weight = 365.48 gm Calcium 43.86 % Ca 61.37 % CaO: Silicon 15.37 % Si 32.88 % SiO 2: Hydrogen 0.14 % H 1.23 % H 2 O: Oxygen 32.83 % O: Fluorine 7.80 % F 7.80 % F - % F -3.28 % -O=F 2 : 100.00 % 100.00 % = TOTAL OXIDE
  • Cuspidine | Definition of Cuspidine by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cuspidine Cuspidine definition is - a mineral Ca4Si2O7(F,OH)2 consisting of a basic silicate of calcium.
  • Cuspidine: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-1198.html The occurrence of cuspidine, foshagite and hillebrandite in calc-silicate xenoliths from the Bushveld Complex, South Africa. South African Journal of Geology, 103, 249-254. Northern Cape
  • What does cuspidine mean? - definitions

    www.definitions.net/definition/cuspidine Definition of cuspidine in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of cuspidine. Information and translations of cuspidine in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
  • Cuspidine

    www.mindat.org/gm/1198 White crystals of cuspidine, tabular crystals with dark green color of phlogopite and brown crystals of a mineral belonging to the group of humite, that no analysis can not be attributed to humite or clinohumite and with a crystal vesuvianite, darker brown, with right Crystal cuspidine, with visible tetragonal symmetry.
  • Cuspidine: Properties and Occurrences - Assignment Point

    www.assignmentpoint.com/science/.../cuspidine-properties-occurrences.html Cuspidine is a fluorine bearing calcium silicate mineral (sorosilicate) with the formula: Ca 4 (Si 2 O 7)(F, OH) 2. It is a mineral consisting of a basic silicate of calcium, fluorine, hydrogen, oxygen, and silicon. It is a member of the wöhlerite group. Cuspidine was first described in 1876 as an occurrence in Monte Somma, Italy.
  • Cuspidine Ca4Si2O7(F OH)2

    www.handbookofmineralogy.org/pdfs/cuspidine.pdf Cuspidine Ca4Si2O7(F;OH)2 °c 2001 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1.2 Crystal Data: Monoclinic. Point Group: 2=m: Crystals spearhead-shaped, minute. Twinning ...

    fluomin.org/uk/fiche.php The Henkel Glossary of Fluorescent Minerals, Dr. Gerhard Henkel, Published by the FMS, 1989 , Fluorescence: Gems and Minerals Under Ultraviolet Light, Manuel Robbins, 1994, Geoscience Press, ISBN 0-945005-13-X ,
  • Cuspidine in Calcite from Franklin, NJ

    njminerals.org/cuspidine2.html Cuspidine {Ca 8 (Si 2 O 7) 2 F 4}: FL Orange-Yellow SW Calcite {CaCO 3}: FL Red-Orange SW Hardystonite: FL Blue-Violet SW Willemite: FL Green SW Glaucochroite: non-fluorescent Franklinite: non-fluorescent A few specimens of Cuspidine have come from the Buckwheat Dump at Franklin, but the mineral is still considered very rare.