• Kozoite-(Nd) Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Kozoite-(Nd).shtml Concentration of Kozoite-(Nd) per GRapi unit = 16.66 (PPM) Kozoite-(Nd) is Radioactive as defined in 49 CFR 173.403. Greater than 70 Bq / gram. Estimated Maximum U.S. Postal Shipping Size (10 mRem/hr limit, Unshielded 10 cm box) 506.85 ±126.71 grams of pure Kozoite-(Nd) .
  • Kozoite-(Nd): Mineral information, data and localities.

    zh.mindat.org/min-7142.html Kozoite-(Nd) Tahara T, Nakai I, Miyawaki R, Matsubara S (2007) Crystal chemistry of RE(CO3)OH Zeitschrift fur Kristallographie 222 326-334: 2007: synthetic: 0: 293: 0014241: Kozoite-(Nd) Dexpert H, Caro P (1974) Determination de la structure cristalline de la variete a des hydroxycarbonates de terres rares LnOHCO3(Ln=Nd) Materials Research ...
  • Kozoite-(Nd) - RRUFF Database: Raman, X-ray, Infrared, and ...

    rruff.info/Kozoite-(Nd) Name: Kozoite-(Nd) RRUFF ID: R060996 Ideal Chemistry: Nd(CO 3)(OH) Locality: Mitsukoshi, Hizen-cho, Karatsu City, Saga Prefecture, Japan Source: Marcus Origlieri Owner: RRUFF Description: Pink sphere, radially zoned with kozoite-(La). The kozoite-(Nd) is distinguished from kozoite-(La) by being pinker in color. Status: The identification of this mineral is not yet confirmed.
  • Kozoite-(La) Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Kozoite-(La).shtml Kozoite-(La) Kozoite-(Nd) Comments: Backscatter electron image of polished section through a sperical aggregate showing the zonation form kosoite-(La) to kosolite-(Nd). (JMPS, v 98, p 138). Location: Cavity in alkaline basalt near Mitsukoshi, Saga Prefecture, Japan. Scale: See Image.
  • Kozoite-(Nd), Nd(CO3)(OH), a new mineral in an alkali ...

    www.degruyter.com/view/journals/ammin/85/7/article-p1076.xml Abstract. Kozoite-(Nd), Nd(CO 3)(OH), occurs in cavities and fissures of alkali olivine basalt exposed at Niikoba, Hizen-cho, Higashi Matsuura-gun, Saga Prefecture, Japan, in association with lanthanite- (Nd) and kimuraite-(Y).The crystal structure was refined by the Rietveld method in space group Pmcn; a = 4.9829(1), b = 8.5188(2), c = 7.2570(2) Å, Z = 4 using powder diffraction data ...
  • Kozoite-(Nd), Nd(CO3)(OH), a new mineral in an alkali ...

    pubs.geoscienceworld.org/msa/.../Kozoite-Nd-Nd-CO3-OH-a-new-mineral-in-an-alkali Kozoite-(Nd), Nd(CO 3)(OH), occurs in cavities and fissures of alkali olivine basalt exposed at Niikoba, Hizen-cho, Higashi Matsuura-gun, Saga Prefecture, Japan, in association with lanthanite-(Nd) and kimuraite-(Y).The crystal structure was refined by the Rietveld method in space group Pmcn; a = 4.9829(1), b = 8.5188(2), c = 7.2570(2) Å, Z = 4 using powder diffraction data obtained by a ...
  • Kozoite-(La) - RRUFF Database: Raman, X-ray, Infrared, and ...

    rruff.info/Kozoite-(La) Name: Kozoite-(La) RRUFF ID: R060995 Ideal Chemistry: La(CO 3)(OH) Locality: Mitsukoshi, Hizen-cho, Karatsu City, Saga Prefecture, Japan Source: Marcus Origlieri Owner: RRUFF Description: Pink spheres, radially zoned with kozoite-(Nd). Surface of spheres are reported to be kozoite-(Nd). Kozoite-(La) are distinguished from kozoite-(Nd) by being closer to white.
  • AMCSD Search Results - Raman Spectroscopy

    rruff.geo.arizona.edu/AMS/minerals/Kozoite-(Nd) Kozoite-(Nd) Dexpert H, Caro P : Materials Research Bulletin 9 (1974) 1577-1586: Determination de la structure cristalline de la variete a des: hydroxycarbonates de terres rares LnOHCO3(Ln=Nd) Locality: synthetic _database_code_amcsd 0014241: 4.953 8.477 7.210 90 90 90 Pmcn: atom x y z Biso: Nd .25 .1624 .1485 .050: C .25 .418 .247 .084
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  • Neodymium - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neodymium Neodymium is a chemical element with the symbol Nd and atomic number 60. Neodymium belongs to the lanthanide series and is a rare-earth element.It is a hard, slightly malleable silvery metal that quickly tarnishes in air and moisture. When oxidized, neodymium reacts quickly to produce pink, purple/blue and yellow compounds in the +2, +3 and +4 oxidation states.