• Leucophanite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-2383.html First found, around 1824, by the Norwegian priest and mineral collector Hans Morten Thrane Esmark (1801-1882) and later named as leucophan by him in 1829. From the Greek for white λευκός, and to appear, φαίνομαι, in allusion to its property of throwing back a white shine when observing it from certain angles.The first description was published by Erdmann (1840).
  • Leucophanite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leucophanite Leucophanite is an inosilicate mineral with a complex composition, (Na,Ca) 2 BeSi 2 (O.OH.F) 7. It may contain cerium substituting in the calcium position. It occurs in pegmatites and alkali igneous complexes as yellow, greenish or white triclinic crystals and has been found in Norway, Quebec and Russia.
  • Leucophanite | Definition of Leucophanite by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/leucophanite Leucophanite definition is - a mineral (Na, Ca)2BeSi2(O, F, OH)7 consisting of a beryllium sodium calcium silicate with fluorine occurring in glassy greenish tabular crystals.
  • Leucophanite dictionary definition | leucophanite defined

    www.yourdictionary.com/leucophanite leucophanite definition: Noun (plural leucophanites) 1. (mineralogy) A sorosilicate mineral that occurs in pegmatites and alkali igneous complexes as yellow, greenish or white triclinic crystals.Origin Greek leucos, white, and phanein, to appear....
  • Leucophanite | Geology Page

    www.geologypage.com/2014/05/leucophanite.html Leucophanite is a sorosilicate mineral with a complex composition, (Na,Ca) 2 BeSi 2 (O.OH.F) 7. It may contain cerium substituting in the calcium position. It occurs in pegmatites and alkali igneous complexes as yellow, greenish or white triclinic crystals and has been found in Norway, Quebec and Russia.
  • Leucophanite | Article about leucophanite by The Free ...

    encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/leucophanite Find out information about leucophanite. 2BeSi7 7 Greenish mineral composed of beryllium sodium calcium silicate containing fluorine and occurring in glassy, tabular crystals Explanation of leucophanite. Leucophanite | Article about leucophanite by The Free Dictionary.
  • Leucophanite - ClassicGems.net

    classicgems.net/gem_leucophanite.htm Leucophanite is a very rare beryllium silicate that was first discovered at the mines of Langesundsfjord district of Norway, a classic mineral locality filled with rare minerals. It is a member of the Fresnoite Group of minerals. Leucophanite may fluoresce pink or violet-blue in SW and LW UV and is strongly phosphorescent.
  • LEUCOPHANITE (Sodium Calcium Cerium Beryllium Silicate ...

    www.galleries.com/Leucophanite Leucophanite is a rare beryllium silicate that was first discovered from the mines of Langesundsfjord district of Norway, a classic mineral locality filled with rare minerals. It was discovered early in the areas mining history and was one of the first minerals described from there in 1840.
  • Leucophanite Mineral Data

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  • Leucophanite (Ca Ce)CaNa2Be2Si4O12(F OH)2

    handbookofmineralogy.org/pdfs/leucophanite.pdf Leucophanite (Ca;Ce)CaNa2Be2Si4O12(F;OH)2 °c 2001 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1.2 Crystal Data: Orthorhombic or triclinic. Point Group: 222 or 1: Short prismatic to tabular pseudotetragonal crystals, to 3 cm.