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|Title:||Phosphorian lavendulan from the Dome Rock Mine, South Australia|
|Citation:||Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, 1973; 97:135-137|
|Publisher:||Royal Society of South Australia|
|A. W. Kleeman and A. R. Milnes|
|Abstract:||A new variety of the rare mineral lavendulan (= freirinite) has been found in Precambrian rocks in South Australia. It is notable for containing a significant amount of phosphorous replacing arsenic. Its formula, based on microprobe analysis, is (Na1.07 Ca1.01 Cu4.80) (As3.10 P0.84)016 Cl1.55.4H20. Powder diffraction data are also recorded.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 7|
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