• Sadanagaite: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-3499.html Sadanagaite was again redefined in the 2012 amphibole nomenclature to be the Na-, Mg- and Al-dominant member of the sadanagaite group (Hawthorne et al., 2012). Consequently, the material originally described as sadanagaite in 1984, became potassic-sadanagaite in 1997 and potassic-ferro-sadanagaite in 2012.
  • Potassic-sadanagaite: Mineral information, data and ...

    www.mindat.org/min-7245.html The sadanagaite group minerals are defined as with 0,5 < A(Na+K+ 2Ca) where Na or K is dominant, and with 1,5 < C(Al+Fe 3+ +2Ti), where Al or Fe 3+ are dominant. The W position may contain (OH),F or Cl. Potassic-sadanagaite is defined with A position: K dominant C 2+ position: Mg dominant C 3+ position: Al dominant W position: (OH) dominant.
  • Sadanagaite Mineral Data

    www.webmineral.com/data/Sadanagaite.shtml PE Sadanagaite = 7.04 barns/electron U=PE Sadanagaite x r electron = 22.89 barns/cc. Radioactivity: GRapi = 44.72 (Gamma Ray American Petroleum Institute Units) Concentration of Sadanagaite per GRapi unit = 2.24 (%) Estimated Radioactivity from Sadanagaite ...
  • Sadanagaite - National Gem Lab

    nationalgemlab.in/sadanagaite Sadanagaite is a rare silicate mineral that is a silica-poor member of the Calcium Amphibole Subgroup of minerals. Technically speaking, Sadanagaite is a subsilicic, alumina-rich, calcic amphibole. Sadanagaite is also barely radioactive due to its potassium (K) content. Sadanagaite is actually considered a group name with over a dozen members each varying slightly in their chemical
  • What does sadanagaite mean? - definitions

    www.definitions.net/definition/sadanagaite Definition of sadanagaite in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of sadanagaite. What does sadanagaite mean? Information and translations of sadanagaite in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
  • Potassicsadanagaite Mineral Data

    www.webmineral.com/data/Potassicsadanagaite.shtml 09.DE.10 Sadanagaite (K,Na)Ca2(Fe,Mg,Al,Ti)5[(Si,Al)8O22](OH)2 C 2,Cm,C 2/m Mono : 09.DE.10 Tschermakite []Ca2(Mg3AlFe)Si6Al2O22(OH)2 C 2/m 2/m : 09.DE.10 Tremolite []Ca2Mg5Si8O22(OH)2 C 2/m 2/m : 09.DE.10 Fluoro-magnesiohastingsite! (Na,K)Ca2(Mg,Fe,Ti)5(Si,Al)8O22F2 C 2/m 2/m : 09.DE.10 Parvo-manganotremolite! [](CaMn)2Mg5(Si7Al)O22(OH)2 C 2/m 2/m
  • AMCSD Search Results - Raman Spectroscopy

    rruff.geo.arizona.edu/AMS/minerals/Sadanagaite Sadanagaite: Banno Y, Miyawaki R, Matsubara S, Makino K, Bunno M, Yamada S, Kamiya T : European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004) 177-183: Magnesiosadanagaite, a new member of the amphibole group: from Kasuga-mura, Gifu Prefecture, central Japan: Sample: GSJ M35151-1: Locality: Kasuga-mura, Gifu Prefecture, central Japan _database_code_amcsd 0007034
  • Classification of silicate minerals - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classification_of_silicate_minerals Sadanagaite root name: potassic-ferro-ferri-sadanagaite [K][Ca 2][(Fe 2+) 3 (Fe 3+) 2][(OH) 2 |Al 3 Si 5 O 22] (IMA 1997-035, IMA 2012 s.p. Rd Rn from potassic-ferrisadanagaite), potassic-ferro-sadanagaite KCa 2 Fe 2+ 3 (Al,Fe 3+) 2 (Si 5 Al 3)O 22 (OH) 2 (IMA 1980-027, 2004 Rd, IMA 1997 s.p. Rd Rn from sadanagaite, IMA 2012 s.p. Rd Rn from ...
  • Trinity Mineral Co Auction: Minerals

    auction3.mineral-auctions.com/item.php Sadanagaite: Size: Miniature 6x5.6x2.7 Location: An Phu Marble Mine Luc Yen Yen Bai Province Vietnam: Description: A fine miniature with elongated ruby crystals revealed by etching the marble matrix complimented by brownish red sadanagaite crystals. Sawn base makes for a perfect stand. Contact Dealer: Geoff Krasnov: Dealer Rating:
  • List of minerals approved by IMA (P–Q) - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_minerals_approved_by_IMA_(P%E2%80%93Q) This list includes those recognised minerals beginning with the letters P and Q.The International Mineralogical Association is the international group that recognises new minerals and new mineral names, however minerals discovered before 1959 did not go through the official naming procedure, although some minerals published previously have been either confirmed or discredited since that date.