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Ianbruceite is named for Ian Bruce, who reopened the Tsumeb mine in Namibia for mineral collecting, and who has made significant contributions to the ...

Melanterite dissolves in water its alternate name being 'copperas' from the Greek meaning 'copper water' an allusion to the left-over solution.

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Vishnevite is named after its discovery locality Kurochkin Valley Vishnevy Gory Urals Russia.

Sassolite was first described in 1800 and is named after its place of discovery - Sasso Pisano Castelnuovo Val di Cecina Pisa Province Tuscany Italy.

Pharmacolite was first described in 1800 for an occurrence in the Sophia Mine in the Böckelsbach

Studenitsite is an extremely rare mineral that has only been found in the Piskaya deposit Yarondolskii Basin on the Ibar River 280 km south of Belgrade ...

Nepheline also called nephelite gets its name from the Greek νεφέλη meaning 'cloud'.

Creedite gets its name from where it was first discovered in 1916 from the Creed Quadrangle in Mineral County, Colorado.

Moolooite was discovered by Richard M Clarke and Ian R Williams in Bunbury Well, Mooloo Downs station, Murchison, Western Australia in 1986, and is formed ...

Chamosite is named after the municipality of Chamoson between Sion and Martigny the canton of Valais Switzerland.

Mendipite is a rare mineral that was named in 1939 for the locality where it is found, the Mendip Hills in Somerset, England.

Paragonite's name derives from the Greek, paragon, for misleading, due to its similar appearance to talc. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks ...

Sassolite was first described in 1800 and is named after its place of discovery - Sasso Pisano Castelnuovo Val di Cecina Pisa P… | Mineral Infographics ...

Bentorite was named for Yaakov Ben-Tor professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of California San Diego California US for his ...

Stannite's name comes from the Latin word for tin (stannum). It was first described in 1797 for an.

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Patronite was first described in 1906 for an occurrence in a vanadium mine near Mina Ragra, Junín, Cerro de Pasco, Peru, ...

Sky blue to blue crystal aggregates of platy, tapered ianbruceite crystals with blue to deep

The Zn polyhedra in ianbruceite; (a) the (Zn(1)O

(a,b) The Raman spectrum of ianbruceite; (c,d)

Ian Bruce

Fig: Ianbruceite

Woodhouseite was named after Professor Charles Douglas Woodhouse an American mineralogist and mineral collector from UC Santa Barbara.

Sussexite is a manganese borate mineral named after the Franklin Mining District in Sussex County New

X-ray powder diffraction data for ianbruceite.

Bruce GermanWar

Ianbruceite: Properties and Occurrence

Asisite was named for a farm, Asis, which covers the mine where it was found in Namibia, in

Studenitsite is an extremely rare mineral that has only been found in the Piskaya deposit Yarondolskii Basin on the Ibar River …

Oregonite is a nickel iron arsenide mineral first described from Josephine Creek Oregon US thus its name. #science #nature #geo…

Pentlandite is named in honor of Joseph Barclay Pentland a natural scientist from Ireland who first identified this mineral.

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Vulcanite is named after the place where it was discovered in 1961 the Mammoth Good Hope Mine in Vulcan (ghost town and district) Gunnison County Colorado ...

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Shaft tower of disused mine in Tsumeb (2014)

Large Blue Apatite Sphere 3" in Diameter 1.5 Pounds

Lindgrenite was first described in 1935 for an occurrence in the Chuquicamata Mine, Antofagasta, Chile, and named for Swedish–American economic geologist ...

Ringwoodite is formed at high temperatures & pressures of the Earth's mantle between 525 & 660 km (326 & 410 mi) depth & was named after the Australian ...

How or what is the role of crystals in the synchronicity phenomenon? Bruce GermanWar

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Colemanite is named after William T. Coleman a mine owner who lived in San Francisco

Calaverite is named after Calaveras County California where it was first described. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth # ...

Brucite is named in honor of Archibald Bruce a mineralogist who first described this mineral.

Straw yellow in normal light uranopilite fluoresces bright green under ultraviolet light. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth # ...

Duftite was named after Mining Councilor G. Duft Director of the Otavi Mine and Railroad

Ludlamite was first described in 1877 for an occurrence in Wheal Jane mine in Cornwall,

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Fantastic Topaz from Shigar Valley, Skardu District, baltistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Bruce GermanWar

Colorless beryl is called goshenite. The name originates from Goshen Massachusetts where it was originally

Instagram post by Earth Archives • Nov 28, 2016 at 7:58pm UTC

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An unusual specimen of colourless to pale lavender Fluorite crystals preferentially coating steel-blue blades

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Earth Archives on Instagram: “Murdochite was first discovered in 1953 in the Mammoth-Saint Anthony Mine in Pinal County, Arizona by Percy W. Porter, ...

Botallackite was first described in 1865 for an occurrence in the Botallack mine, Cornwall,

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An excellent and undamaged group of broad tabular pale greyish-blue Baryte crystals from the

Jalpaite was first described in 1858 for an occurrence in the Leonora Mine, Jalpa,

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Zircons contain trace amounts of uranium and thorium and can therefore be used for radiometric dating. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks ...

In its raw form phenakite is often mistake for quartz but when cut it could be

Bismuth gets its name from either the Arabic 'bi ismid' meaning 'having the

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Papagoite was discovered in 1960 in Ajo, Arizona, US, and was named after the Sand Papago peoples that inhabit the area.

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Earth Archives on Instagram: “Roselite was first described for an occurrence in the Rappold mines of Schneeberg, Saxony, Germany and named after German ...

Ianbruceite. From Wikipedia ...

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Robertsite is a secondary phosphate mineral named for Willard Lincoln Roberts, mineralogist and professor at

Painite is a very rare borate mineral first found in Myanmar by British mineralogist and gem dealer Arthur C.D. Pain. #science #nature #geology #minerals ...

Antimony is a native element that can occur in a natural pure state but it's almost always found containing some arsenic silver iron or sulfur.

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Earth Archives on Instagram: “Variscite is named after the German district of Variscia - now called Vogtland - where this mineral was first found.

A brecciated matrix of chrysocolla has opened into a 4.0 cm vug of hemispherical chrysocolla which

Pyrite from La Rioja, Navajun, Spain

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Kamacite is an alloy of iron and nickel, which is found on Earth only in meteorites, and gets its name from the Greek root ...

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Chrysoberyl can exhibit a floating light reflection that moves when a polished gem is rotated. This effect is known as the ...

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Aktashite is named after it locality Gal-Kyaya deposit, Yakutia, and Aktash deposit, Altai Mountains, Russia.

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Wendwilsonite is named for Wendell E. Wilson, mineralogist, editor, and publisher of the Mineralogical Record.

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Originally discovered in Mexico by Spanish mineralogist Andrés Manuel del Río in 1801. He called the mineral 'brown lead'.

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Langite crystals on Cuprite and Native Silver, Clara mine, Black Forest, Germany.

Langite-120989.jpg. Langite from Podlipa and Reinera Mines ...

Kröhnkite was first researched after an occurrence in the Chuquicamata Mine, Chile, and named

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Merrillite is a very important constituent of extraterrestrial rocks. It occurs in pallasites, lunar

Gratonite is named after Louis Caryl Graton, Professor of Mining Geology, Harvard University.

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Franklinite is a minor ore of zinc manganese and iron and named after the Franklin Mine

Coleman Mine the Best Place to Find Quartz Cluster

Gem-quality dioptase crystals from the Tsumeb mine, source of many of the world's best (and most expensive) dioptase specimens.

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Hydrozincite

Natural Dominican Rare Blue Larimar Cabochon Rock Fancy Gemstone 40.60Ct Quality #Qualitygems2014

Quartz:amethyst Resembling a monarch's scepter, this type of growth oddity is called scepterism

Dioptase crystals on calcite, a classic Tsumeb specimen. Size: 8.2 x 5.8 x 5.5 cm

Ianbruceite is named for Ian Bruce, who reopened the Tsumeb mine in Namibia for mineral collecting, and who has made significant contributions to the ...

Sassolite was first described in 1800 and is named after its place of discovery - Sasso Pisano Castelnuovo Val di Cecina Pisa Province Tuscany Italy.

Melanterite dissolves in water its alternate name being 'copperas' from the Greek meaning 'copper water' an allusion to the left-over solution.

iranite Rocks And Gems, Rocks And Minerals, Earth Science, Science Nature, Mineralogy

Vishnevite is named after its discovery locality Kurochkin Valley Vishnevy Gory Urals Russia.

Nepheline also called nephelite gets its name from the Greek νεφέλη meaning 'cloud'.

Pharmacolite was first described in 1800 for an occurrence in the Sophia Mine in the Böckelsbach

Studenitsite is an extremely rare mineral that has only been found in the Piskaya deposit Yarondolskii Basin on the Ibar River 280 km south of Belgrade ...

Creedite gets its name from where it was first discovered in 1916 from the Creed Quadrangle in Mineral County, Colorado.

Chamosite is named after the municipality of Chamoson between Sion and Martigny the canton of Valais Switzerland.

Mendipite is a rare mineral that was named in 1939 for the locality where it is found, the Mendip Hills in Somerset, England.

Moolooite was discovered by Richard M Clarke and Ian R Williams in Bunbury Well, Mooloo Downs station, Murchison, Western Australia in 1986, and is formed ...

Stannite's name comes from the Latin word for tin (stannum). It was first described in 1797 for an.

Paragonite's name derives from the Greek, paragon, for misleading, due to its similar appearance to talc. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks ...

Bentorite was named for Yaakov Ben-Tor professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the University of California San Diego California US for his ...

Pentlandite is named in honor of Joseph Barclay Pentland a natural scientist from Ireland who first identified this mineral.

Studenitsite is an extremely rare mineral that has only been found in the Piskaya deposit Yarondolskii Basin on the Ibar River …

Sussexite is a manganese borate mineral named after the Franklin Mining District in Sussex County New

Oregonite is a nickel iron arsenide mineral first described from Josephine Creek Oregon US thus its name. #science #nature #geo…

Sassolite was first described in 1800 and is named after its place of discovery - Sasso Pisano Castelnuovo Val di Cecina Pisa P… | Mineral Infographics ...

Instagram post by Earth Archives • Feb 23, 2017 at 8:01pm UTC

Ringwoodite is formed at high temperatures & pressures of the Earth's mantle between 525 & 660 km (326 & 410 mi) depth & was named after the Australian ...

Instagram post by Earth Archives • May 1, 2017 at 7:00pm UTC

Sky blue to blue crystal aggregates of platy, tapered ianbruceite crystals with blue to deep

The Zn polyhedra in ianbruceite; (a) the (Zn(1)O

(a,b) The Raman spectrum of ianbruceite; (c,d)

Fig: Ianbruceite

Ian Bruce

Woodhouseite was named after Professor Charles Douglas Woodhouse an American mineralogist and mineral collector from UC Santa Barbara.

Ianbruceite: Properties and Occurrence

X-ray powder diffraction data for ianbruceite.

Bruce GermanWar

Kassite was first described in 1965 in the Afrikanda pyroxenite massif, a formation on Russia's Kola Peninsula, and was named for Russian geologist Nikolai ...

Bruce GermanWar

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Straw yellow in normal light uranopilite fluoresces bright green under ultraviolet light. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth # ...

Calaverite is named after Calaveras County California where it was first described. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks #infographic #earth # ...

Ludlamite was first described in 1877 for an occurrence in Wheal Jane mine in Cornwall,

Brucite is named in honor of Archibald Bruce a mineralogist who first described this mineral.

Duftite was named after Mining Councilor G. Duft Director of the Otavi Mine and Railroad

Antimony is a native element that can occur in a natural pure state but it's almost always found containing some arsenic silver iron or sulfur.

An unusual specimen of colourless to pale lavender Fluorite crystals preferentially coating steel-blue blades

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Instagram post by Earth Archives • Nov 28, 2016 at 7:58pm UTC

Painite is a very rare borate mineral first found in Myanmar by British mineralogist and gem dealer Arthur C.D. Pain. #science #nature #geology #minerals ...

Fantastic Topaz from Shigar Valley, Skardu District, baltistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan. Bruce GermanWar

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Papagoite was discovered in 1960 in Ajo, Arizona, US, and was named after the Sand Papago peoples that inhabit the area.

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Murdochite was first discovered in 1953 in the Mammoth-Saint Anthony Mine in Pinal County, Arizona by Percy W. Porter, ...

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Roselite was first described for an occurrence in the Rappold mines of Schneeberg, Saxony, Germany and named after German ...

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Earth Archives on Instagram: “Robertsite is a secondary phosphate mineral named for Willard Lincoln Roberts, mineralogist and professor at South Dakota ...

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Bruce GermanWar

Upalite is a mineral found in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and gets its named

A brecciated matrix of chrysocolla has opened into a 4.0 cm vug of hemispherical chrysocolla which

Shaft tower of disused mine in Tsumeb (2014)

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Originally discovered in Mexico by Spanish mineralogist Andrés Manuel del Río in 1801. He called the mineral 'brown lead'.

Altaite gets its name from the Altai Mountains where it was first discovered a mountain range

Botallackite was first described in 1865 for an occurrence in the Botallack mine, Cornwall,

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Variscite is named after the German district of Variscia - now called Vogtland - where this mineral was first found.

Instagram post by Earth Archives • Feb 27, 2017 at 7:39pm UTC

Gem-quality dioptase crystals from the Tsumeb mine, source of many of the world's best (and most expensive) dioptase specimens.

Maghemite was named in 1927 for an occurrence at the Iron Mountain mine, northwest of

Dioptase crystals on calcite, a classic Tsumeb specimen. Size: 8.2 x 5.8 x 5.5 cm

Hydrozincite

Poudretteite is an extremely rare mineral and gemstone that was first discovered as minute crystals in

Lizzie Crabb

Permian stratigraphy, sedimentology and palaeontology of the southern Sydney Basin, eastern Australia - a field excursion guide | Stephen McLoughlin ...

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Kegelite

Franklinite is a minor ore of zinc manganese and iron and named after the Franklin Mine

arsenate-sulfate mineral

Earth Archives on Instagram: “Serpierite was discovered in 1881 and named by Alfred Des Cloizeaux in honour of Giovanni Battista Serpieri, ...

Tsumeb open cast pit, buildings and railway about 1931

Diana Bruce

Legrandite

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Carrolite is named after the type locality in Carroll County, Maryland, US, at

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Instagram post by Earth Archives • Mar 8, 2017 at 8:00pm UTC

Chabazite gets its name from the Greek chabazios meaning tune or melody and is one of

The element samarium was named after samarskite which was named for the Russian mine official Colonel Vasili Samarsky-Bykhovets.

Ajoite

Aurichalcite

Mottramite

Otavi Mining and Railway Company train near Tsumeb about 1931. The photograph must have been taken in winter, as the trees have no leaves.

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Legrandite was first discovered in 1934 in the Flor de Peña Mine, Nuevo Leon,

Zircons contain trace amounts of uranium and thorium and can therefore be used for radiometric dating. #science #nature #geology #minerals #rocks ...

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