• Thomsonite-Ca: Mineral information, data and localities.

    www.mindat.org/min-3941.html 34 photos of Thomsonite-Ca associated with Chabazite-Ca (Ca,K 2,Na 2) 2 [Al 2 Si 4 O 12] 2 · 12H 2 O: 21 photos of Thomsonite-Ca associated with Apophyllite: 17 photos of Thomsonite-Ca associated with Heulandite subgroup: 17 photos of Thomsonite-Ca associated with Smectite Group: A 0.3 D 2-3 [T 4 O 10]Z 2 · nH 2 O: 16 photos of Thomsonite-Ca ...
  • Thomsonite-Ca

    www.mindat.org/gm/3941 White bladed-needles of thomsonite-Ca occur on colorless fluorapophyllite-(K) in vesicular Miocene basalt in the cliff along the road along the North Fork of the John Day River, Grant County, Oregon. Specimen was collected by Rudy Tschernich.
  • Thomsonite - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomsonite Thomsonite is the name of a series of tecto-silicate minerals of the zeolite group. Prior to 1997, thomsonite was recognized as a mineral species, but a reclassification in 1997 by the International Mineralogical Association changed it to a series name, with the mineral species being named thomsonite-Ca and thomsonite-Sr. Thomsonite-Ca, by far the more common of the two is a hydrous sodium ...
  • Wisconsin Geological & Natural History Survey » Thomsonite-Ca

    wgnhs.wisc.edu/minerals/thomsonite-ca Formula: NaCa 2 Al 5 Si 5 O 20.6H 2 O Orthorhombic Description: Thomsonite-Ca is a member of the zeolite group often found in radiating clusters of varying color in the amygdules of volcanic rocks. IRON COUNTY: Thomsonite-Ca occurs abundantly in outcrops of the Porcupine volcanics along the Montreal River below the dam along Saxon flowage. The thomsonite occurs as coarse radiating bladed ...
  • Thomsonite-Ca Mineral Specimen For Sale

    www.dakotamatrix.com/products/22469/thomsonite-ca Thomsonite-Ca - These little guys are coveted by the collectors as they are rare in the formations in the Keweenaw district. There are several sprays of white to pink radial crystals to 5mm in radius. . This and many more mineral specimens are available for sale at Dakota Matrix Minerals.
  • Thomsonite: The zeolite mineral thomsonite information and ...

    www.minerals.net/mineral/thomsonite.aspx Common Thomsonite, which is calcium-dominating, is called Thomsonite-Ca, and is usually pure without any strontium. Strontium-dominating Thomsonite is known as Thomsonite-Sr, and is extremely rare. Almost all Thomsonite specimens in collections are Thomsonite-Ca. A distinction among the two Thomsonite types is rarely made, and the term ...
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    www.pinterest.com/msmith219/stilbite-thomsonite-thomsonite-ca Oct 24, 2019- Explore msmith219's board "Stilbite, Thomsonite, Thomsonite-Ca", followed by 945 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Rocks and minerals, Minerals and Crystals minerals.
  • Thomsonite-Ca Mineral Data

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  • Crystallized Natrolite, Mesolite, Scolecite, Thomsonite ...

    johnbetts-fineminerals.com/jhbnyc/natrolite.htm Included in this gallery are minerals for sale that include the species Mesolite, Gonnardite, Natrolite, Paranatrolite, Scolecite, Thomsonite-Ca, Thomsonite-Sr. The Natrolite Group minerals are zeolite minerals commonly found in zeolite cavities, frequently in large hemispherical spray-shaped crystal aggregates.
  • CSMS GEOLOGY POST: ZEOLITE: LAKE SUPERIOR THOMSONITE

    csmsgeologypost.blogspot.com/2013/10/zeolite-minnesota-thomsonite.html Well, thomsonite [NaCa 2 Al 5 Si 5 O 20-6H 2 O] is a zeolite mineral, actually a series of silicate zeolites with the monikers thomsonite-Ca (listed above) and thomsonite-Sr with the former being the most common but in some case strontium replaces the calcium.