• Rontgenite-(Ce) Mineral Data

    webmineral.com/data/Rontgenite-(Ce).shtml Rontgenite-(Ce) is Radioactive as defined in 49 CFR 173.403. Greater than 70 Bq / gram. Greater than 70 Bq / gram. Estimated Maximum U.S. Postal Shipping Size (10 mRem/hr limit, Unshielded 10 cm box) 639.20 ±159.80 grams of pure Rontgenite-(Ce) .
  • Röntgenite-(Ce)

    www.saint-hilaire.ca/fr/rontgen.html Mont Saint Hilaire is located 40 kilometers to the East of Montréal, in Rouville County, Canada. Mont Saint- Hilaire has become a classic collecting site and one of the richest current sources of rare mineral species.
  • Rontgenite-(Ce) - Weinrich Minerals - Home

    www.weinrichmineralsinc.com/products/rontgenite-ce--1861601.php Rontgenite-(Ce) specimen number: 1861601. location: Granite Gap, Hidalgo Co., New Mexico, USA. description: Yellowish brown masses quite rich throughout the front side of a 3.5 x 3.5 x 1.0 cm matrix. Previous note says that this is been confirmed by Sid Williams. Shipping weight: 0.04 pounds. Ex Wolfgang E Henkel collection. Size: 3.5 x 3.5 x 1.0 cm (miniature)
  • Röntgenite | Definition of Röntgenite by Lexico

    www.lexico.com/en/definition/rontgenite A mineral containing the rare earth elements cerium and lanthanum, typically occurring as small yellow or brown crystals. Also "röntgenite-(Ce).".
  • Rontgenite-(Ce) Mineral Specimen For Sale

    www.dakotamatrix.com/products/13106/rontgenite-ce Rontgenite-(Ce) - Beige micro crystals in vugs. Ex - Excalibur. . This and many more mineral specimens are available for sale at Dakota Matrix Minerals.
  • Rontgenite-(Ce) mineral information and data

    www.dakotamatrix.com/mineralpedia/8237/rontgenite-ce Dakota Matrix Minerals sells quality mineral specimens and mineral specimen collections from worldwide localities.
  • Theatomicarrangement ofbastnasite-(Ce),Ce(C03)F ...

    rruff-2.geo.arizona.edu/uploads/AM78_415.pdf bastnasite-(Ce) thea=7.118Adistance corresponds to therepeatdistance intheCeFlayers,suggestingthatthis layeriscommon totheseREfluorcarbonates. Indeed, the Ce/Fratioinallthesephases is1:1,further supporting the presence ofthis common structural element. The minerals differ,however, intheir interlayer (carbonate layer)contents andthusalsointheircaxiallength.
  • THE MINERAL PARISITE - Amethyst Galleries

    galleries.com/Parisite Parisite is closely related to three other distinct minerals; synchysite, bastnasite and rontgenite-(Ce) The four are all Bastnasite Group minerals of similar formulas and occurrence. In Fact the four are often intergrown and a single crystal of any of these minerals probably contains at least one of the other minerals and possibly all four.
  • Carbonate minerals - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carbonate_minerals Hydrated carbonatesEdit. The carbonate class in both the Dana and the Strunz classification systems include the nitrates.
  • Mineral Gallery - GREENLAND

    www.galleries.com/minerals/fablocal/greenlan.htm The mineral regions of Greenland are unknown to the majority of mineral collectors. However there are good reasons for collectors to get acquainted with them. This frigid region has produced nearly three hundred different mineral species and is the type locality for a number of obscure and exotic minerals.