www.webmineral.com/data/Iwashiroite-(Y).shtmlIwashiroite-(Y) Comments: Polished section of an aggregate of minute iwashiroite-(Y) crystals.Some of the aggregates appear dark blue owing to internal reflections. Location: Suishoyama, Kawamata Town, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan.(Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences, v101:170).
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www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/jmps/101/4/101_4_170/_articleIwashiroite-(Y) occurs as an aggregate of small euhedral platy crystals with a metamict substance in the main ore body of the granite pegmatite mine at the locality. Associated minerals are quartz, microcline and annite.
www.mindat.org/photo-206777.htmlA new mineral,Iwashiroite-(Y),YTaO4,was found from Suishoyama,Kawamata Town,Fukushima Prefecture,Japan. Crystal size about 1mm. Photo and collection Toshinori Kobayashi. This Photo was Mindat.org Photo of the Day - 15th Mar 2010 This photo has been shown 1634 times
www.researchgate.net/.../250163542_Iwashiroite-Y_YTaO4_a_new_mineral_from_Sui...Iwashiroite-(Y), YTaO4, a new mineral from Suishoyama, Kawamata Town, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan Article in Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences 101(4):170-177 · August 2006 with ...
adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2006JMPeS.101..170HIwashiroite-(Y), YTaO 4, a new mineral from Suishoyama, Kawamata Town, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan Bibtex entry for this abstract Preferred format for this abstract (see Preferences ) Find Similar Abstracts:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sulfate_mineralsThe sulfate minerals are a class of minerals that include the sulfate ion (SO 4 2−) within their structure. The sulfate minerals occur commonly in primary evaporite depositional environments, as gangue minerals in hydrothermal veins and as secondary minerals in the oxidizing zone of sulfide mineral deposits.