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  • Sicklerite | Article about sicklerite by The Free Dictionary

    encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/sicklerite Phosphate minerals include primary lithiophilite, triphylite, and amblygonite, and numerous alteration products including hureaulite, purpurite, and sicklerite. Bismuthcontaining minerals found include native bismuth, bismite, bismutite, bismuthinite, and beyerite (Jahns and Wright, 1951).
  • Sicklerite | Definition of Sicklerite by Merriam-Webster

    www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/sicklerite Sicklerite definition is - a mineral (Li,Mn)(PO4) consisting of a hydrous lithium manganese phosphate and occurring in dark brown cleavable masses and isomorphous with ferrisicklerite (specific gravity 3.4).
  • Sicklerite Mineral Data

    www.webmineral.com/data/Sicklerite.shtml General Sicklerite Information : Chemical Formula: Li(Mn++,Fe+++)PO4 : Composition: Molecular Weight = 157.08 gm Lithium 4.42 % Li 9.51 % Li 2 O: Manganese 26.23 % Mn 33.87 % MnO: Iron 8.89 % Fe 11.43 % FeO: Phosphorus 19.72 % P 45.18 % P 2 O 5: Oxygen 40.74 % O: 100.00 % 100.00 % = TOTAL OXIDE
  • Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Sicklerite

    wgnhs.wisc.edu/minerals/sicklerite Description: Sicklerite is a rare yellowish to dark brown phosphate formed as a result of the alteration of other phosphate minerals in granite pegmatites. FLORENCE COUNTY: Sicklerite has been tentatively identified as a coating on lithiophyllite in a zoned pegmatite in the NE SE SW sec. 22 T.39N. R.17E.
  • Sicklerite Mineral Data

    webmin.mindat.org/data/Sicklerite.shtml Sicklerite Crystallography: Axial Ratios: a:b:c =0.5909:1:0.4763 : Cell Dimensions: a = 5.9468, b = 10.0631, c = 4.7935, Z = 4; V = 286.86 Den(Calc)= 3.64
  • Sicklerite - Mindat.org

    www.mindat.org/gm/3645 A natural phosphate crystalline mass consisting of purple strengite, yellow stewartite, yellowish brown salmonsite (see whiteite-jahnsite series) and reddish brown hureaulite in dark brown sicklerite; from the Stewart mine, Tourmaline Queen Mountain, Pala, San Diego County, California, USA.
  • Sicklied - definition of sicklied by The Free Dictionary

    www.thefreedictionary.com/sicklied sick·ly (sĭk′lē) adj. sick·li·er, sick·li·est 1. Prone to sickness. 2. Of, caused by, or associated with sickness: a sickly pallor. 3. Conducive to sickness: a sickly climate. 4. Causing nausea; nauseating. 5. Lacking vigor or strength; feeble or weak: a sickly handshake. tr.v. sick·lied, sick·ly·ing, sick·lies Archaic To make sickly. sick ...

    rruff-2.geo.arizona.edu/uploads/CM50_843.pdf sicklerite. A section in the sample shows a large (3 3 1 cm) crystal of yellowish lithiophilite surrounded by a brownish rim ca. 5 mm thick, consisting of sicklerite. In thin section, the lithiophilite is colorless, and the sick-lerite is deep orange. Moreover, several grains located between lithiophilite and sicklerite exhibit intermediate
  • Sickled - definition of sickled by The Free Dictionary

    www.thefreedictionary.com/sickled sickle sick·le (sĭk′əl) n. 1. An implement having a crescent-shaped blade attached to a short handle, used for cutting grain or tall grass. 2. The cutting mechanism of a reaper or mower. v. sick·led, sick·ling, sick·les v.tr. 1. To cut with a sickle. 2. To deform (a red blood cell) into an abnormal crescent shape. v.intr. To assume an abnormal ...