webmineral.com/data/Fluoro-sodic-pedrizite.shtmlFluoro-sodic-pedrizite Clinoholmquistite Magnesioclinoholmquistite Comments: Dark blue fibrous clinoholmquistite with radiating structure, variety magnesioclinoholmquistite. Clinoholmsquitite may be a new aphibole, fluoro-sodic-pedrizite..
www.mindat.org/min-43509.htmlThe mineral originally described as Fluoro-sodic-pedrizite (IMA 2004-002) by Oberti et.al (2005) has been renamed Fluoro-pedrizite in the 2012 amphibole nomenclature. Synonym: A synonym of Fluoro-pedrizite. This page provides mineralogical data about Fluoro-sodic-pedrizite.
www.mindat.org/min-27451.htmlFluoro-pedrizite was originally described as fluoro-sodic-pedrizite by Oberti et al. 2005 (IMA 2004-002) from the holotype material of clinoholmquistite as EMP and SIMS analysis and structure refinement showed that the sample consisted of a mixture of two distinct amphibole compositions, tremolite and a new amphibole end-member, fluoro-sodic-pedrizite.
webmin.mindat.org/data/Fluoro-sodic-pedrizite.shtmlClinoholmquistite Magnesioclinoholmquistite Fluoro-sodic-pedrizite. Comments: Dark blue fibrous clinoholmquistite with radiating structure, variety magnesioclinoholmquistite. Clinoholmsquitite may be a new aphibole, fluoro-sodic-pedrizite.. Location: Near Murun, Republic of Sakha, Siberia, Russia. Scale: See Photo.
webmineral.com/specimens/picshow.phpDark blue fibrous clinoholmquistite with radiating structure, variety magnesioclinoholmquistite. Clinoholmsquitite may be a new aphibole, fluoro-sodic-pedrizite.. Near Murun, Republic of Sakha, Siberia, Russia.
www.researchgate.net/.../236596249_Clinoholmquistite_discredited_The_new_amph...Fluoro-sodic-pedrizite is the first amphibole end-member with dominant CLi found in Fe-poor geologic environments. The coexisting tremolite contains only 0.002 wt% Li2O and 0.06 wt% B2O3, probably ...
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ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2005AmMin..90..732O/abstractClinoholmquistite discredited: The new amphibole end-member fluoro-sodic-pedrizite Oberti, R. Abstract. Not Available . Publication: American Mineralogist. Pub Date: April 2005 DOI: 10.2138/am.2005.1763 Bibcode: 2005AmMin..90..732O full text sources ...