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IMA/CNMNC List of Mineral Names

compiled by
Ernest H. Nickel & Monte C. Nichols
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Abelsonite
NiCHN A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978) 930
10.CA.20
Abenakiite-(Ce)
NaCe(SiO)(PO)(CO)(SO)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 843
9.CK.10
Abernathyite
K(UO)AsO3HO G
American Mineralogist 41 (1956), 82
8.EB.15
Abhurite
(Sn)Cl(OH)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 233
3.DA.30
Abkhazite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Abramovite
PbSnInBiS A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 136 (2007) (5), 45
2.HF.25a
Abrazite
K,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.05
Abriachanite
Na(Fe,Mg)(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Absite
(U,Ca,Y,Ce)(Ti,Fe)O D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 92 (1963), 113
Abswurmbachite
Cu(Mn)O(SiO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 163 (1991), 117
9.AG.05
Abukumalite
(Ca,Ce)Y(SiO,PO)(O,OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
Acadialite
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Acanthite
AgS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 1
2.BA.30a
Acetamide
CHCONH A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 104 (1975), 326
10.AA.20
Achavalite
FeSe G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1972), 276
2.CC.05
Achiardite
(Na,K,Ca)(Si,Al)O14HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.40
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Achlusite
Na,K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.CE.10
Achrematite
Pb,Mo,As,O,Cl D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 170
Achromaite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Achtaragdite
Ca,Mg,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.AD.25
Acmite
NaFeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.25
Actinolite
Ca(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1239
9.DE.10
Actinolitic hornblende
Ca(Mg,Fe)(Al,Fe)(SiAl)O(OH,F) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Actinote
Ca(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Actynolin
Ca(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Actynolite
Ca(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Acuminite
SrAlF(OH)HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1987), 502
3.CC.10
Adamite
ZnAsO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 2
8.BB.30
Adamsite (of Shepard)
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Adamsite-(Y)
NaY(CO)6HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 1457
5.CC.30
Adelite
CaMgAsO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 3
8.BH.35
Adelpholite
(Y,Ce,U,Fe)(Nb,Ta,Ti)O D
Bulletin de la Commission Gologique de Finlande 218 (1965), 201
Adipite
Ca,Na,K,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Admontite
MgBO(OH)4HO A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 26 (1979), 69
6.FA.15
Adularia
KAlSiO I
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.30
Aedelforsite (of Retzius)
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Aedelite (of Kirwan)
NaAlSiO2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Aedilite (of Kirwan)
NaAlSiO2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Aegirine
NaFeSiO A
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 321
9.DA.25
Aegirine-augite
(Ca,Na)(Fe,Fe,Mg)SiO Rd
Australian Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2008), 43
9.DA.20
Aegirine-hedenbergite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Aegirite (of Dana)
NaFeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.25
Aegyrite
NaFeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.20
Aenigmatite
Na(Fe)TiO[SiO] A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 983
9.DH.45
Aerinite
(CaNa)(Fe,Al,Fe,Mg)(Al,Mg)[HSiO(OH)][(CO)(H Rd
European Journal of Mineralogy 21 (2009), 233
9.DB.45
Aerugite
Ni(AsO)AsO Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 4
8.BC.15
Aeschynite-(Ce)
(Ce,Ca,Fe,Th)(Ti,Nb)(O,OH) Rn
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 3
4.DF.05
Aeschynite-(Nd)
Nd(Ti,Nb)(O,OH) A
Scientia Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) (1982), 424
4.DF.05
Aeschynite-(Y)
(Y,Ca,Fe,Th)(Ti,Nb)(O,OH) Rn
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
4.DF.05
Afanasyevaite
Ca(SiO)ClO H
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 343 (1995), 94
9.HA.30
Afghanite
NaCa(SiAl)O(SO)Cl A
European Journal of Mineralogy 9 (1997), 21
9.FB.05
Afwillite
Ca(SiO)(OH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 7
9.AG.75
Agalite
Mg,Si,O,OH D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Agalmatolite
Al,Si,O,HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.10
Agardite-(Ce)
(Cu)Ce(AsO)(OH)3HO A
Aufschluss 55 (2004), 17
8.DL.15
Agardite-(La)
(Cu)La(AsO)(OH)3HO A
Lapis 1 (1984), 22, 37
8.DL.15
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Agardite-(Nd)
(Cu)Nd(AsO)(OH)3HO N
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2002), 107
8.DL.15
Agardite-(Y)
(Cu)Y(AsO)(OH)3HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 92 (1969), 420
8.DL.15
Aglaite
Li,Al,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.30
Agrellite
NaCaSiOF A
Canadian Mineralogist 14 (1976), 120
9.DH.75
Agrinierite
K(Ca,Sr)(UO)O(OH)5HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1972), 781
4.GB.05
Aguilarite
AgSeS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 2
2.BA.30b
Aheylite
FeAl(PO)(OH)4HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 93
8.DD.15
Ahlfeldite
NiSeO2HO G
Materials Research Bulletin 40 (2005), 781
4.JH.10
Aikinite
CuPbBiS G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2001), 115
2.HB.05a
Ajoite
Na(Cu)AlSiO(OH)8HO G
American Mineralogist 66 (1981), 201
9.EA.70
Akaganeite
(Fe,Ni)(OH,O)ClnHO A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 782
4.DK.05
Akatoreite
(Mn)AlSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 56 (1971), 416
9.BH.15
Akdalaite
(AlO)-HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 99 (1970), 333
4.FL.05
kermanite
CaMgSiO G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1685
9.BB.10
Akhtenskite
MnO A
International Geology Review 31 (1989), 1068
4.DB.15b
Akimotoite
MgSiO A
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 267
9.DA.05
Akrochordite
(Mn)(AsO)(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 8
8.DD.10
Aksaite
MgBO(OH)2HO A
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 930
6.FA.05
Aktashite
CuHgAsS N
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 206 (1972), 127
2.GA.30
Aktinolitischer tschermakite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Alabandite
MnS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 5
2.CD.10
Alacrnite
AsS A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 1796
2.FA.20
Alalite
MgCaSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Alamosite
PbSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 12
9.DO.20
Alarsite
AlAsO A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk (in Russian) 338 (1994), 501
8.AA.05
Alaskaite
Zn,Sb,Pb,Bi,S D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 117 (1972), 19
Alazanite
FeS D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Albite
NaAlSiO G
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.35
Albrechtschraufite
CaMg(UO)(CO)F17HO A
Acta Crystallographica A40 (1984), C-247
5.ED.15
Albrittonite
CoCl6HO D
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 156
Aldermanite
MgAl(PO)(OH)32HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 44 (1981), 59
8.DE.35
Aldzhanite
Ca,B,Cl D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Aleksite
PbBiTeS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 107 (1978), 315
2.GC.40a
Alforsite
Ba(PO)Cl A
Acta Crystallographica E64 (2008), i63
8.BN.05
IMA 2007-050
CaBO(OH)19HO A
Canadian Mineralogist Publication pending
6.
Algodonite
CuAs(x~0.15) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 8
2.AA.10a
Aliettite
CaMg(Si,Al)O(OH)4HO Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 19 (1981), 651
9.EC.60
Alkali augite
(Na,Ca)(Fe,Mg,Al)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.20
Alkali-femaghastingsite
(Ca,Na,K)(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Alkali-ferrohastingsite
(Ca,Na,K)(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Alkali-hastingsite
(Ca,Na,K)(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Allabogdanite
(Fe,Ni)P A
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 1245
1.BD.15
Allactite
(Mn)(AsO)(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 12
8.BE.30
Allanite-(Ce)
CaCeFeAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 69 (2005), 403
9.BG.05b
Allanite-(La)
CaLaAlFe(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 63
9.BG.05b
Allanite-(Y)
CaYFeAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) Rn
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
9.BG.05b
Allanpringite
(Fe)(PO)(OH)5HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 793
8.DC.50
Allargentum
AgSb(x=0.09-0.16) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 10 (1970), 163
2.AA.30
Allcharite
FeOOH D
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 92 (1969), 99
Alleghanyite
(Mn)(SiO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 16
9.AF.45
Allemontite
AsSb D
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 513
Allevardite
(Na,Ca)Al(Si,Al)O(OH)2HO D
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 446
9.EC.60
Allochalcoselite
Cu(Cu)PbO(SeO)Cl A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 134 (2005) (3), 70
4.JG.40
Alloclasite
CoAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 10
2.EB.10b
Allopalladium
PdSb D
Zeitschrift fr Geologische Wissenschaften 5 (1977), 1003
Allophane
AlO(SiO)-2.5-3.0HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 17
9.ED.20
Alloriite
(Na,K,Ca)(Si,Al)O(SO,Cl)n(CO,HO) A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 136 (2007) (1), 82
9.FB.05
Alluaivite
Na(Ca,Mn)(Ti,Nb)SiOCl2HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 119 (1990) (1), 117
9.CO.10
Alluaudite
(Na,Ca)(Mn,Mg,Fe)(Fe,Mn)(PO) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 13
8.AC.10
Alluaudite-Ca[]
(Ca,[])Mn(Fe)(PO) N
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 227
8.AC.10
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Alluaudite-Na[]
NaMn(Fe)(PO) N
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 92 (1986), 502
8.AC.10
Alluaudite-NaNa
(Na,[])Mn(Fe)(PO) N
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 227
8.AC.10
Almandine
(Fe)Al(SiO) G
American Mineralogist 77 (1992), 399
9.AD.25
Almarudite
KNaMn(BeSi)O A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 179 (2004), 265
9.CM.05
Almbosite
Fe,V,Si,O D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Almeraite
KNaMgClHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
3.CJ.20
Almeriite
(Na,K)Al(SO)(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 353
Alpersite
(Mg,Cu)SO7HO A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 261
7.CB.35
Alsakharovite-Zn
NaSrKZn(Ti,Nb)(SiO)(O,OH)7HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003) (1), 52
9.CE.30h
Alstonite
BaCa(CO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 8
5.AB.35
Altaite
PbTe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 11
2.CD.10
Althausite
MgPO(OH) A
Lithos 8 (1975), 215
8.BB.25
Althupite
AlTh(UO)(PO)O(OH)15HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 110 (1987), 65
8.EC.25
Altisite
NaKTiAlSiOCl A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 123 (1994) (6), 82
9.DP.40
Altmarkite
HgPb D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Alum
(Na,K,NH)(Al,Fe)(SO)12HO Group
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 1323
7.CC.20
Aluminite
AlSO(OH)7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 9
7.DC.05
Aluminium
Al A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 243 (1978), 191
1.AA.05
Aluminobarroisite
[]NaCa(MgAl)(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Aluminobetafite
(Al,Ca,Y,U)(Ti,Nb,Sn,Fe,Mn)O6HO(?) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
4.DH.15
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Aluminoceladonite
KAlMgSiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Aluminocopiapite
(Al,Mg)(Fe)(SO)(OH,O)20HO G
American Mineralogist 52 (1967), 1220
7.DB.35
Alumino-ferrobarroisite
[]NaCa[(Fe)Al](SiAl)O(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Alumino-ferrohornblende
Ca(Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) Q
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Alumino-ferrotschermakite
[]Ca[(Fe)Al](SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Alumino-ferrowinchite
[]NaCa[(Fe)Al]SiO(OH) Q
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 516
9.DE.20
Aluminokatophorite
NaCa(Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) Q
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Alumino-magnesiohornblende
Ca(MgAl)(SiAl)O(OH) Q
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 651
9.DE.10
Aluminomagnesiohulsite
Mg(Al,Mg,Sn)O(BO) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
6.AB.45
Alumino-magnesiosadanagaite
NaCaMg(Al,Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Alumino-magnesiotaramite
NaCaMgAl(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1400
9.DE.20
Aluminotaramite
NaCa(Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1428
9.DE.20
Aluminotaramite
NaCa(Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1428
9.DE.20
Aluminotschermakite
[]Ca(MgAl)(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Aluminowinchite
NaCa(MgAl)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Alum-(K)
KAl(SO)12HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
7.CC.20
Alum-(K)
KAl(SO)12HO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
7.CC.20
Alum-(Na)
NaAl(SO)12HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
7.CC.20
Alumobritholite
(Ce,Ca,Al)(SiO,PO)(OH,F) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
9.AH.25
Alumocobaltomelane
Mn,Co,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Alumoferroascharite
Mg,Al,B,CO,HO D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 93 (1964), 1
Alumohydrocalcite
CaAl(CO)(OH)3HO A
Aufschluss 28 (1977), 269
5.DB.05
Alumoklyuchevskite
K(Cu)AlO(SO) A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 137 (2008) (2), 114
7.BC.45
Alumopharmacosiderite
KAl(AsO)(OH)6.5HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1981), 97
8.DK.10
Alumotantite
AlTaO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 338
4.DB.55
Alumotungstite
(HO,Ca)(W,Al)(O,OH)nHO A
Mineralogical Record 12 (1981), 81
4.DH.15
Alunite
KAl(SO)(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 13
7.BC.10
Alunogen
Al(SO)(HO)5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 14
7.CB.45
Alurgite
K,Al,Mn,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Alushtite
Ca(Al,Mg,Li,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH)3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.EC.60
Alvanite
(Zn,Ni)Al(VO)(OH)2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 54 (1990), 609
8.FE.05
Amakinite
Fe(OH) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 91 (1962), 72
4.FE.05
Amarantite
(Fe)O(SO)(HO)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 15
7.DB.30
Amarillite
NaFe(SO)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 16
7.CC.75
Amber
C,H,O Group
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 3 (1953), 341
10.C
Amblygonite
LiAlPOF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 17
8.BB.05
Amblystegite
MgSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Ameghinite
NaBO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 52 (1967), 935
6.CA.10
Ameletite
K,Na,Al,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 438
9.
Amesite
MgAl(SiAl)O(OH) G
Reviews in Mineralogy 19 (1988), 169
9.ED.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Amiant
Mg,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Amianthinite
Mg,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Amianthoide
Mg,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Amianthus (of Hill)
Mg,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Amicite
KNa(SiAl)O5HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1979), 481
9.GC.05
Aminoffite
Ca(BeOH)SiO G
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 915
9.BH.05
Ammochrysos
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Ammonioalunite
NHAl(SO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 145
7.BC.10
Ammonioborite
(NH)BO(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 19
6.EA.15
Ammoniojarosite
NH(Fe)(SO)(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 427
7.BC.10
Ammonioleucite
(NH)(SiAl)O A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1022
9.GB.05
Ammonium hydromica
(NH)Al(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Ammonium muscovite
(K,NH)Al(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Amosite
Fe,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Ampangabite
(Y,Ce,U,Fe)(Nb,Ta,Ti)O D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Amphibole
A-BCTOX Group
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.20
Amphibole-anthophyllite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Amphibolite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Amphigne
KAlSiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Amphilogite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Amstallite
CaAl(Si,Al)O(OH)(HO,Cl) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1987), 253
9.DP.25
Analcidite
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Analcime
Na(SiAl)OHO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Analcite
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Analzim
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Anandite
Ba(Fe)(SiFe)OS(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 1
9.EC.35
Anapaite
CaFe(PO)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 18
8.CH.10
Anarakite
(Cu,Zn)(OH)Cl D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Anatase
TiO A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 136 (1972), 273
4.DD.05
Anauxite
AlSiO(OH) D
Clays and Clay Minerals 17 (1969), 241
Ancylite-(Ce)
CeSr(CO)(OH)HO A
Crystallography Reports 47 (2002), 223
5.DC.05
Ancylite-(La)
LaSr(CO)OHHO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 126 (1997) (1), 96
5.DC.05
Andalusite
AlOSiO G
Reviews in Mineralogy 22 (1990)
9.AF.10
Andersonite
NaCa(UO)(CO)6HO G
American Mineralogist 36 (1951), 1
5.ED.30
Andesine
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O I
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.35
Andorite IV
AgPbSbS G
Bureau de Recherches Gologiques et Minires, Documents (France) 167 (1989), 5
2.JB.40a
Andorite VI
AgPbSbS G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1984), 175
2.JB.40a
Andradite
Ca(Fe)(SiO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 29
9.AD.25
Andreasbergolite
(Ba,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Andrmeyerite
Ba(Fe)SiO A
Bulletin de la Commission Gologique de Finlande 45 (1973), 1
9.BB.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Andreolite
(Ba,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Androlithe
(Ba,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Andrewsite
Cu,Fe,PO,OH D
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 1197
Andreyivanovite
FeCrP A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1295
1.BD.15
Andrianovite
Na(K,Sr,Ce)CaMnZrNbSiO(O,HO,OH) A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 137 (2008) (2), 43
9.CO.10
Androsite-(La)
La(Mn)Al(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05b
Anduoite
RuAs A
Kexue Tongbao (in Chinese) 15 (1979), 704
2.EB.15a
Andyrobertsite
KCdCu(AsO)[As(OH)O]2HO A
Mineralogical Record 30 (1999), 181
8.DH.50
Angelaite
CuAgPbBiS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 361
2.JB.45
Angelellite
(Fe)O(AsO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 19
8.BC.05
Anglesite
PbSO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 24
7.AD.35
Anhydrite
CaSO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 25
7.AD.30
Anhydrokainite
KMgSOCl Q
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 2 (1951), 596
7.BC.80
Anilite
CuS A
American Mineralogist 54 (1969), 1256
2.BA.05f
Ankangite
Ba(Ti,V,Cr)O A
Chinese Science Bulletin 34 (1989), 592
4.DK.05
Ankerite
CaFe(CO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 26
5.AB.10
Ankinovichite
NiAl(VO)(OH)2HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 133 (2004) (2), 59
8.FE.05
Annabergite
Ni(AsO)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 20
8.CE.40
Annite
K(Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 683
9.EC.20
Annivite
Cu(Fe,Zn)BiS D
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.GB.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Anomite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Anophorite
(Na,Ca)(Fe,Mg,Ti)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Anorthite
CaAlSiO G
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.35
Anorthoclase
(Na,K)AlSiO I
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.30
Anorthominasragrite
VO(SO)(HO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 959
7.DB.20
Anosovite
TiO D
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 1377
Ansermetite
Mn(V)O4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1423
4.HD.30
Antarcticite
CaCl6HO A
Science 149 (1965), 975
3.BB.30
Anthochroite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Anthogrammatite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Anthogrammite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Anthoinite
AlWO(OH) G
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 397
7.GB.35
Antholite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Antholith
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Anthonyite
Cu(OH)3HO A
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 614
3.DA.40
Anthophylline
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Anthophyllite
[]MgSiO(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 703
9.DE.05
Anthophyllite rayonn
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Antidrite
BaAlSiO4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.15
Antiglaucophane
Na(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Antigorite
MgSiO(OH) Rn
Reviews in Mineralogy 19 (1988), 91
9.ED.15
Antimonpearceite
(Ag,Cu)(Sb,As)S D
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 918
2.GB.15
Antimonselite
SbSe A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 13 (1993), 7
2.DB.05a
Antimony
Sb G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 16
1.CA.05
Antitaenite
(Ni,Fe) N
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 766
1.AE.10
Antlerite
(Cu)SO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 7
7.BB.15
Antrophyllite
K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.CE.10
Anyuiite
AuPb A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 11 (1989) (4), 88
1.AA.15
Apachite
(Cu)SiO11HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 639
9.HE.10
Apatite
(Ca,Ba,Pb,Sr,etc)(PO,CO)(F,Cl,OH) Group
Mineralogical Magazine 66 (2002), 151
8.BN.05
Apatite-(CaCl)
Ca(PO)Cl Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Apatite-(CaF)
Ca(PO)F Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Apatite-(CaF)
Ca(PO)F D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Apatite-(CaOH)
Ca(PO)(OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Apatite-(CaOH)
Ca(PO)(OH) D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Apatite-(CaOH)-M
Ca(PO)(OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Apatite-(SrOH)
Sr(PO)(OH) N
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Aphthitalite
KNa(SO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 28
7.AC.35
Apjohnite
MnAl(SO)22HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 29
7.CB.85
Aplowite
CoSO4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 8 (1965), 166
7.CB.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Apoanalcite
NaAlSiO2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Apophyllite
(K,Na)CaSiO(OH,F)8HO Group
Mineralogical Record 9 (1978), 95
9.EA.15
Apophyllite-(KF)
KCaSiOF8HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EA.15
Apophyllite-(KF)
KCaSiOF8HO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EA.15
Apophyllite-(KOH)
KCaSiO(OH,F)8HO Rn
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 196
9.EA.15
Apophyllite-(KOH)
KCaSiO(OH,F)8HO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EA.15
Apophyllite-(NaF)
NaCaSiOF8HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EA.15
Apophyllite-(NaF)
NaCaSiOF8HO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EA.15
Apuanite
(Fe)Fe(Sb)OS A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 1230
4.JA.25
Aqualite
(HO)NaCaSrZrSiO(OH)Cl A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 136 (2007) (2), 39
9.CO.10
Aragonite
CaCO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 31
5.AB.15
Arakiite
Zn(Mn)(Fe)AsO(AsO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Record 31 (2000), 253
8.BE.45
Aramayoite
AgSb(Bi,Sb)S G
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 753
2.HA.25
Arapovite
(K,[])(Ca,Na)(U,Th)SiOHO A
New Data on Minerals 39 (2004), 14
9.CH.10
Aravaipaite
PbAlFHO A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 927
3.DC.35
Arcanite
KSO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 32
7.AD.05
Archerite
HKPO A
Mineralogical Magazine 41 (1977), 33
8.AD.15
Arctite
NaCaBa(PO)F A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 506
8.BN.10
Arcubisite
AgCuBiS A
Lithos 9 (1976), 253
2.LA.40
Ardaite
PbSbSCl A
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 357
2.LB.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Ardealite
Ca(POOH)(SO)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 23
8.CJ.50
Ardennite-(As)
(Mn,Ca)(Al,Mg,Mn)(AsO)(SiO)(SiO)(OH,O) Rn
Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification Publication pending
9.BJ.40
Ardennite-(V)
(Mn)(AlMg)Al(SiV)O(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 581
9.BJ.40
Arduinite
(Ca,Na,K)(Si,Al)O7HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.35
Arfvedsonite
NaNa[(Fe)Fe]SiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.25
Arfwedsonite
NaFeSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Argentite
AgS H
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 1 (1944), 176
2.BA.30a
Argentocuproaurite
(Cu,Ag)Au D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Argentojarosite
Ag(Fe)(SO)(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 33
7.BC.10
Argentopentlandite
Ag(Fe,Ni)S A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 106 (1977), 688
2.BB.15a
Argentopyrite
AgFeS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 21
2.CB.65
Argentotennantite
AgCu(Fe,Zn)AsS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.GB.05
Argentotetrahedrite
Ag(Fe,Zn)SbS N
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 327A (1992), 134
2.GB.05
Argutite
GeO A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 31 (1983), 97
4.DB.05
Argyrodite
AgGeS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 23
2.BA.35
Arhbarite
CuMgAsO(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 67 (2003), 1099
8.BE.25
Aricite
CaAlSiO4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.05
Aristarainite
NaMg[BO(OH)]4HO A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 647
6.FB.05
Arizonite (of Palmer)
FeO3TiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 597
Arkelite
ZrO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.DL.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Armalcolite
(Mg,Fe,Al)(Ti,Fe)O Rd
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 1377
4.CB.15
Armangite
(Mn)(As)O(CO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 23
4.JB.20
Armbrusterite
NaKMn(Mn)(SiO)(OH)4HO A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 416
9.EG.65
Armenite
BaCa(AlSi)O2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 40
9.CM.05
Armstrongite
CaZrSiO2.5HO A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 215 (2000), 757
9.EA.35
Arnhemite
KMg(PO)5HO N
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 193
8.FC.20
Arrojadite
ABCaNaMAl(PO)(POOH)W Group
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1249
8.BF.05
Arrojadite-(BaFe)
BaFe(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)(OH) Rn
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Arrojadite-(BaNa)
BaNa(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)(OH) H
American Mineralogist 91 (1006), 1260
8.BF.05
Arrojadite-(KFe)
(KNa)Fe(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)(OH) Rn
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Arrojadite-(KNa)
KNa(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1249
8.BF.05
Arrojadite-(NaFe)
NaFe(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)(OH) H
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Arrojadite-(PbFe)
PbFe(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Arrojadite-(SrFe)
SrFe(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1249
8.BF.05
Arrojadite-(SrNa)
SrNa(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)(OH) H
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Arsenate-belovite
CaMg(AsO)2HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Arsenbrackebuschite
Pb(Fe,Zn)(AsO)(OH,HO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1978), 193
8.BG.05
Arsendescloizite
PbZnAsO(OH) A
Mineralogical Record 13 (1982), 155
8.BH.35
Arsenic
As G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 24
1.CA.05
Arseniodialyte
MnO D
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 94 (1972), 424
4.BB.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Arseniopleite
(Ca,Na)(Na,Pb)Mn(Mn,Mg,Fe)(AsO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 28
8.AC.10
Arseniosiderite
Ca(Fe)O(AsO)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 29
8.DH.30
Arsenobismite
BiAsO(OH) D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1999), 322
Arsenoclasite
(Mn)(AsO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 30
8.BD.10
Arsenocrandallite
CaAl(AsO)(AsOOH)(OH) A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 61 (1981), 23
8.BL.10
Arsenodialytite
MnO D
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 97 (1974), 520
Arsenoflorencite-(Ce)
CeAl(AsO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 51 (1987), 605
8.BL.13
Arsenoflorencite-(La)
LaAl(AsO)(OH) N
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 672
8.BL.13
Arsenoflorencite-(Nd)
NdAl(AsO)(OH) N
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 672
8.BL.13
Arsenogorceixite
BaAl(AsOOH)AsO(OH) A
Aufschluss 44 (1993), 250
8.BL.10
Arsenogoyazite
SrAl(AsO)(AsOOH)(OH) A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 64 (1984), 11
8.BL.10
Arsenohauchecornite
NiBiAsS A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 877
2.BB.10
Arsenolamprite
As G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 26
1.CA.10
Arsenolite
AsO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 24
4.CB.50
Arsenopalladinite
PdAs Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 39 (1974), 528
2.AC.10c
Arsenopyrite
FeAsS A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 28
2.EB.20
Arsenosulvanite
CuVAsS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.CB.70
Arsenovanmeerscheite
U(UO)(AsO)(OH)4HO A
Aufschluss 58 (2007), 159
8.EC.20
Arsenowaylandite
BiAl(AsO)(OH) N
American Mineralogist 80 (1995), 184
8.BL.10
Arsenpolybasite
(Ag,Cu)AsS D
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 918
2.GB.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Arsentsumebite
PbCu(AsO)(SO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 35
8.BG.05
Arsenuranospathite
HAl(UO)(AsO)40HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 117
8.EB.25
Arsenuranylite
Ca(UO)(AsO)(OH)6HO G
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 87 (1958), 589
8.EC.10
Arthurite
Cu(Fe)(AsO)(OH)4HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 38
8.DC.15
Artinite
MgCO(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 35
5.DA.10
Artroeite
PbAlF(OH) A
American Mineralogist 80 (1995), 179
3.CC.15
Artsmithite
(Hg)Al(PO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 721
8.BO.40
Arupite
Ni(PO)8HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1990), 76
8.CE.40
Arzakite
HgSBr N
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 290 (1986), 177
2.FC.15a
Arzrunite
PbCuSO(OH)Cl2HO Q
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 2 (1951), 130
7.DF.60
Asbecasite
CaTiAsBeSiO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 46 (1966), 367
4.JB.30
Asbeferrite
Mg,Ca,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Asbestinite
Mg,Ca,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Asbestoide
Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Asbestus
Mg,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Asbolane
Mn(O,OH)(Co,Ni,Mg,Ca)(OH)nHO G
International Geology Review 24 (1982), 598
4.FL.30
Aschamalmite
Pb-BiS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.JB.40b
Ascharite
MgBOOH D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Ashanite
(Nb,Ta,Fe,Mn,V)O D
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 18 (2) (1998), 230
4.DB.25
Ashburtonite
HCuPbSiO(HCO)(OH)Cl A
American Mineralogist 76 (1991), 1701
9.CF.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Ashcroftine-(Y)
KNaYSiO(OH)(CO)8HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 44
9.DN.15
Ashoverite
Zn(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 699
4.FA.10
Ashtonite
(Ca,Sr,Na,K)(Si,Al)O7HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 383
9.GD.35
Asisite
PbSiOCl A
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 643
3.DB.40
Aspidolite
NaMg(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 69 (2005), 1047
9.EC.20
Asselbornite
Pb(UO)(BiO)(AsO)(OH)4HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 184 (2007), 197
8.ED.10
Asteroite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Astochite
NaCa(Mg,Mn,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Astorite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Astrakhanite
NaMg(SO)4HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Astrocyanite-(Ce)
CuCe(UO)(CO)(OH)15HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 2 (1990), 407
5.EF.05
Astrolite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 57 (1972), 993
9.EC.15
Astrophyllite
KNa(Fe)TiSiO(OH)F G
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1
9.DC.05
Atacamite
CuCl(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 29
3.DA.10a
Atelestite
BiO(AsO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 41
8.BO.15
Atencioite
Ca(Fe)MgBe(PO)(OH)6HO A
New Data on Minerals 41 (2006), 18
8.DA.10
Athabascaite
CuSe A
Canadian Mineralogist 10 (1970), 207
2.BA.15d
Atheneite
(Pd,Hg)As A
Mineralogical Magazine 39 (1974), 528
2.AC.05a
Atlasovite
(Cu)FeBiO(SO)KCl A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 116 (1987), 358
7.BC.20
Atokite
PdSn A
Canadian Mineralogist 13 (1975), 146
1.AG.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Attakolite
CaMnAl(HSiO)(PO)(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 77 (1992), 1285
8.BH.60
Attikaite
CaCuAl(AsO)(OH)2HO A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 136 (2007) (2), 17
8.DJ.45
Aubertite
CuAl(SO)Cl1HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 102 (1978), 348
7.DB.05
Augelite
AlPO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 42
8.BE.05
Augite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 464
9.DA.15
Aurichalcite
Zn(CO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 39
5.BA.15
Auricupride
CuAu G
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 106 (1977), 540
1.AA.10a
Aurivilliusite
HgHgOI A
Mineralogical Magazine 68 (2004), 241
3.DD.50
Auroantimonate
AuSbO N
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 301 (1988), 947
4.CB.05
Aurocuproite
(Cu,Pd)Au D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Aurorite
(Mn,Ag,Ca)(Mn)O3HO A
Economic Geology 62 (1967), 186
4.FL.20
Aurostibite
AuSb G
Acta Chemica Scandinavica 19 (1965), 735
2.EB.05a
Austinite
CaZnAsO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 43
8.BH.35
Autunite
Ca(UO)(PO)10-12HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 44
8.EB.05
Avalite
K,Cr,Al,Si,HO,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Avdoninite
KCuCl(OH)HO A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 135 (2006) (3), 38
3.DA.55
Averievite
CuO(VO)n(Cu,Cs)Cl A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 359A (1998), 450
8.BB.85
Avicennite
TlO G
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 1324
4.CB.10
Avogadrite
KBF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 32
3.CA.10
Awaruite
NiFe G
Canadian Mineralogist 28 (1990), 751
1.AE.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Axinite
Ca(Mn,Fe,Mg)AlBSiO(OH) Group
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 698
9.BD.20
Axinite-(Fe)
Ca(Fe)Al[BSiO](OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.BD.20
Axinite-(Fe)
Ca(Fe,Mg,Mn)Al[BSiO](OH) D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 31
9.BD.20
Axinite-(Mg)
CaMgAl[BSiO](OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.BD.20
Axinite-(Mg)
CaMgAl[BSiO](OH) D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.BD.20
Axinite-(Mn)
Ca(Mn)Al[BSiO](OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.BD.20
Axinite-(Mn)
Ca(Mn)Al[BSiO](OH) D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.BD.20
Azoproite
Mg(Fe,Ti,Mg)OBO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 99 (1970), 225
6.AB.30
Azopyrrhite
Ca,Na,Nb,O(?) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Azor-pyrrhite
Ca,Na,Nb,O D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
Azovskite
FePO(OH)(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.BE.70
Azurite
Cu(CO)(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 41
5.BA.05
Bababudanite
Na(Mg,Fe,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Babefphite
BaBePOF A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 167 (1966), 93
8.BA.15
Babingtonite
CaFeFeSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 49
9.DK.05
Babkinite
PbBiS A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk (in Russian) 346 (1996), 656
2.GC.40e
Baddeckite
K,Fe,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Baddeleyite
ZrO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 33
4.DE.35
Badenite
Bi,Co,Fe,As D
Mineralogical Magazine 47 (1983), 411
Bafertisite
Ba(Fe)Ti(SiO)O(OH) G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.55
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Baghdadite
CaZrO(SiO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 50 (1986), 119
9.BE.17
Bagotite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Bahianite
Al(Sb)O(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 179
4.DC.05
Baikalite
CaMg(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Baileychlore
ZnSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 135
9.EC.55
Baiyuneboite-(Ce)
NaBaCe(CO)F D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2002), 255
5.BD.05
Bakerite
CaBSiO(OH) G
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 767
9.AJ.20
Bakhchisaraitsevite
NaMg(PO)7HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2000), 402
8.CH.50
Baksanite
BiTeS A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk (in Russian) 347 (1996), 787
2.DC.05e
Balangeroite
MgSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 214
9.DH.35
Balavinskite
SrBO4HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Balipholite
LiBaMgAl(SiO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 61 (1976), 338
9.DB.05
Balkanite
AgCuHgS A
American Mineralogist 58 (1973), 11
2.BD.15
Balyakinite
CuTeO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 253 (1980), 200
4.JK.15
Bambollaite
CuSe A
Canadian Mineralogist 11 (1972), 738
2.EB.05b
Bamfordite
FeMoO(OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 172
4.FK.05
Banalsite
NaBaAlSiO G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 533
9.FA.60
Bandylite
CuB(OH)Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 35
6.AC.35
Bannermanite
NaVO A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 634
4.HF.05
Bannisterite
(Ca,K,Na)(Mn,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH)nHO A
Clays and Clay Minerals 40 (1992), 129
9.EG.75
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Baotite
Ba(Ti,Nb,W)O(SiO)Cl A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 58
9.CE.15
Barahonaite-(Al)
(Ca,Cu,Na,Fe,Al)Al(AsO)(OH,Cl)nHO A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 205
8.CH.60
Barahonaite-(Fe)
(Ca,Cu,Na,Fe,Al)(Fe)(AsO)(OH,Cl)xnHO A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 205
8.CH.60
Bararite
(NH)SiF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 37
3.CH.10
Baratovite
KLiCaTi(SiO)F A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 104 (1975), 580
9.CJ.25
Barberiite
NHBF A
American Mineralogist 79 (1994), 381
3.CA.10
Barbertonite
MgCrCO(OH)4HO Q
American Mineralogist 26 (1941), 295
5.DA.45
Barbosalite
Fe(Fe)(PO)(OH) G
American Mineralogist 40 (1955), 952
8.BB.40
Brcenite
Ca,Fe,Hg,Sb,O,S D
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 591
Bardolite
K,Fe,Mg,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.60
Barentsite
NaAl(CO)(HCO)F A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 474
5.BB.05
Bariandite
Al(V,V)O9HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 94 (1971), 49
4.HE.20
Bariite
Mg(PO)8HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 14 (1976), 403
8.CE.40
Bariomicrolite
(Ba,[])Ta(O,OH) A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Bario-olgite
Na(Na,Sr,Ce)Ba(PO) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 133 (2004) (1), 41
8.AC.40
Bario-orthojoaquinite
Ba(Fe)TiO(SiO)HO A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 809
9.CE.25
Barioperovskite
BaTiO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 154
4.CC.30
Bariopharmacosiderite
Ba(Fe)(AsO)(OH)5HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.DK.10
Bariopharmacosiderite
Ba(Fe)(AsO)(OH)5HO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.DK.10
Bariopyrochlore
BaNbO Rn
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Bariosincosite
Ba(VO)(PO)4HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 63 (1999), 735
8.CJ.65
Barium-alumopharmacosiderite
BaAl(AsO)(OH)5HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
8.DK.10
Barium-heulandite
(Na,Ba,Ca)(Si,Al)O12HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Barium phlogopite
(K,Ba)Mg(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Barium-phosphuranylite
BaUO)(PO)(OH)8HO D
American Mineralogist 41 (1956), 818
8.EC.10
Barium-zinc alumopharmocosiderite
(Ba,K)(Zn,Cu)(Al,Fe)(AsO)5HO N
Archives des Sciences (Geneva) 47 (1994), 45
8.DK.10
Barkevicite
Ca(Fe,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Barkevikite
Ca(Fe,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Barnesite
Na(V)O3HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 43
4.HG.45
Barquillite
CuCdGeS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 111
2.KA.10
Barrerite
Na(SiAl)O26HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 40 (1975), 208
9.GE.15
Barringerite
(Fe,Ni)P A
Science 165 (1969), 169
1.BD.10
Barringtonite
MgCO2HO N
Mineralogical Magazine 34 (1965), 370
5.CA.15
Barroisite
[]NaCa[Mg(Al,Fe)](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Barsanovite
Na,Ca,Fe,Mn,Zr,Si,O D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 97 (1968), 451
Barstowite
PbCOClHO A
Mineralogical Magazine 55 (1991), 121
3.DC.95
Bartelkeite
PbFeGeO A
Chemie der Erde 40 (1981), 201
9.JA.10
Bartonite
KFeSS A
American Mineralogist 66 (1981), 369
2.FC.10
Barylite
BaBeSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 63
9.BB.15
Barysilite
PbMn(SiO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 64
9.BC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Barytbiotite
(K,Ba)Mg(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Baryte
BaSO A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 506
7.AD.35
Barytkreuzstein
(Ba,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Barytocalcite
BaCa(CO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 48
5.AB.45
Barytolamprophyllite
Na(BaK)Ti(SiO)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 403
9.BE.25
Basaltic hornblende
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Basaltine
Ca,Mg,Fe,Si,Al,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Basaluminite
AlSO(OH)5HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
7.DD.05
Basiliite
Mn,O D
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 94 (1972), 423
Basonite
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.60
Bassanite
CaSO0.5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 50
7.CD.45
Bassetite
Fe(UO)(PO)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 49
8.EB.10
Bastite
Mg,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Bastnsite-(Ce)
CeCOF A
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 203 (2002), 817
5.BD.20a
Bastnsite-(La)
LaCOF A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
5.BD.20a
Bastnsite-
NdCOF N
Aufschluss 48 (1997), 367
5.BD.20a
Bastnsite-(Y)
YCOF A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 99 (1970), 328
5.BD.20a
Bastonite
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.60
Batavite
Mg(Mg,Al)(SiAl)O(OH)4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.EC.50
Batiferrite
BaTi(Fe)(Fe)O A
Mineralogy and Petrology 71 (2001), 1
4.CC.45
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Batisite
NaBaTiO(SiO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 66
9.DH.20
Batisivite
BaTiVSiO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 975
9.BE.95
Baumhauerite
PbAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 42
2.HC.05b
Baumhauerite II
PbAsS Q
Naturwissenschaften 46 (1959), 72
2.HC.05b
Baumhauerite-2a
AgPbAsS A
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 915
2.HC.05b
Baumite
(Mg,Mn,Fe,Zn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 705
9.ED.15
Baumstarkite
AgSbS A
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 753
2.HA.25
Bauranoite
BaUO4-5HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 102 (1973), 75
4.GB.20
Bavenite
CaBeAlSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 45 (1960), 757
9.DF.25
Bayankhanite
CuHgS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.BD.15
Bayerite
Al(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 47
4.FE.10
Baykovite
Ca(Fe,Mg,Ti)(Si,Al)O(?) H
Crystallography Reports 40 (1995), 220
9.DH.45
Bayldonite
CuPbO(AsOOH)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 50
8.BH.45
Bayleyite
Mg(UO)(CO)(HO)6HO G
American Mineralogist 36 (1951), 1
5.ED.05
Baylissite
KMg(CO)4HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 56 (1976), 187
5.CB.45
Bazhenovite
CaS(SO)(OH)20HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 116 (1987), 737
2.FD.50
Bazirite
BaZrSiO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1987), 16
9.CA.05
Bazzite
Be(Sc,Fe,Mg)SiONanHO G
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 1419
9.CJ.05
Bearsite
BeAsO(OH)4HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 91 (1962), 442
8.DA.05
Bearthite
CaAl(PO)OH A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 73 (1993), 1
8.BG.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Beaumontite (of Lvy)
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O12HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Beaverite
Pb[(Fe)(Zn,Cu)](SO)(OH) Rd
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 103 (2008), 141
7.BC.10
Bechererite
(Zn,Cu)Zn(OH)[(S,Si)(O,OH)] A
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 244
7.DD.55
Beckelite-(Ce)
(Ce,Ca)(SiO)(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.AH.25
Becquerelite
Ca(UO)O(OH)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 49
4.GB.10
Bedenite
Ca(Fe,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Bederite
Ca(Mn)(Fe)(PO)2HO A
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 1674
8.CF.05
Beegerite
PbBiS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.JB.40d
Behierite
TaBO A
Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Program Abstracts (1961), 111A
6.AC.15
Behoite
Be(OH) A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 1
4.FA.05a
Beidellite
(Na,Ca)Al(Si,Al)O(OH)nHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 70
9.EC.40
Belendorffite
CuHg A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1992), 21
1.AD.10
Belkovite
BaNb(SiO)O A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 315 (1990), 1218
9.BE.75
Bellbergite
(K,Ba,Sr)SrCa(Ca,Na)(Si,Al)O30HO A
Mineralogy and Petrology 48 (1993), 147
9.GD.20
Bellidoite
CuSe A
Economic Geology 70 (1975), 384
2.BA.15b
Bellingerite
Cu(IO)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 59
4.KC.05
Bellite (of Petterd)
(Pb,Ag)(CrO,AsO,SiO)Cl D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.BN.05
Belloite
Cu(OH)Cl A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2000), 67
3.DA.10b
Belmontite
Pb,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.H
Belovite-(Ce)
Na(Sr,Ba,Ca)(Ce,La)(PO)(F,OH) G
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 839
8.BN.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Belovite-(La)
NaSrLa(PO)(F,OH) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (3), 101
8.BN.05
Belovite (of Nefedov)
CaMg(AsO)2HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Belyankinite
Ca(Ti,Zr,Nb)O9HO(?) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 51
4.FM.25
Bementite
MnSiO(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 79 (1994), 91
9.EE.05
Benauite
Sr(Fe)(PO)(POOH)(OH) A
Chemie der Erde 56 (1996), 171
8.BL.10
Benavidesite
PbMnSbS A
Solid State Sciences 5 (2003), 771
2.HB.15
Benitoite
BaTiSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 74
9.CA.05
Benjaminite
AgBiS Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 17 (1979), 607
2.JA.05e
Benleonardite
AgSbTeS A
Mineralogical Magazine 50 (1986), 681
2.LA.50
Benstonite
BaCaMg(CO) A
American Mineralogist 47 (1962), 585
5.AB.55
Bentorite
CaCr(SO)(OH)26HO A
Israel Journal of Earth-Sciences 29 (1980), 81
7.DG.15
Benyacarite
KTi(Mn)(Fe)(PO)(OF)15HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 707
8.DH.35
Beraunite
Fe(Fe)(PO)(OH)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 58
8.DC.27
Berborite
BeBO(OH)HO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 174 (1967), 114
6.AB.10
Berdesinskiite
(V)TiO A
Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gemmologischen Gesellschaft (Idar-Oberstein) 30 (1981), 143
4.CB.30
Berezanskite
KTi(LiSi)O A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 126 (1997) (4), 75
9.CM.05
Bergamaschite
NaCa(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Bergamaskite
NaCa(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Bergenite
CaBa(UO)O(PO)16HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 104 (1981), 16
8.EC.40
Bergflachs
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Bergfleisch
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Berghaar
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Berghaut
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Bergholz
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Bergkork
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Bergmannite
NaAlSiO2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Bergpapier
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Bergslagite
CaBeAsO(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1984), 257
8.BA.10
Bergwolle
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Berlinite
AlPO G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1998
8.AA.05
Bermanite
Mn(Mn)(PO)(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 62
8.DC.20
Bernalite
Fe(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 69 (2005), 309
4.FC.05
Bernardite
TlAsS A
Mineralogical Magazine 53 (1989), 531
2.HD.50
Berndtite
SnS Rn
Mineralogical Magazine 54 (1990), 137
2.EA.20
Berryite
CuAgPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 465
2.HB.20d
Berthierine
(Fe,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 75
9.ED.15
Berthierite
FeSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 49
2.HA.20
Bertossaite
LiCaAl(PO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 8 (1966), 668
8.BH.25
Bertrandite
BeSiO(OH) G
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 13 (1986), 69
9.BD.05
Beryl
BeAlSiO G
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 799
9.CJ.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Beryllite
BeSiO(OH)HO G
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 99 (1954), 451
9.AE.05
Beryllium sodalite
NaAlBeSiOCl D
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1141
Beryllonite
NaBePO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 64
8.AA.10
Beryllosodalite
NaAlBeSiOCl D
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1141
Berzelianite
CuSe (x~0.12) G
Journal of Alloys and Compounds 361 (2003), 57
2.BA.15a
Berzeliite
NaCaMg(AsO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 65
8.AC.25
Betafite
(Ca,U)(Ti,Nb,Ta)(O,OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 68 (2004), 939
4.DH.15
Betekhtinite
(Cu,Fe)PbS G
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 8 (1986) (1), 84
2.BE.05
Betpakdalite
MgCa(Fe)Mo(AsO)O(OH)23HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1984), 393
8.DM.15
Beudantite
Pb(Fe)(AsO)(SO)(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 66
8.BL.05
Beusite
Mn(Fe)(PO) A
American Mineralogist 53 (1968), 1799
8.AB.20
Beyerite
CaBiO(CO) G
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 693
5.BE.35
Bezsmertnovite
(Au,Ag)Cu(Te,Pb) A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 249 (1979), 185
2.BA.45
Biachellaite
(Na,Ca,K)(SiAl)O(SO)(OH)HO A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 137 (3) (2008), 57
9.FB.05
Bialite
Al(PO)(OH,F)5HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 37 (1969), 123
Bianchite
ZnSO6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 65
7.CB.25
Biaxial mica
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Bicchulite
CaAlSiO(OH) A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 7 (1973), 243
9.FB.10
Bidalotite
(Mg,Fe,Al)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DD.05
Bideauxite
AgPbFCl A
Mineralogical Magazine 37 (1970), 637
3.DB.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Bieberite
CoSO7HO G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 532
7.CB.35
Biehlite
(Sb)MoO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2000), 234
4.DB.60
Bigcreekite
BaSiO4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 761
9.DF.30
Bijvoetite-(Y)
Y(UO)O(CO)(OH)39HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 20 (1982), 231
5.EB.20
Bikitaite
LiAlSiOHO A
American Mineralogist 42 (1957), 792
9.GD.55
Bildstein
Al,Si,O,HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.10
Bilibinskite
AuCuPbnTeO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 107 (1978), 310
2.BA.55
Blinite
Fe(Fe)(SO)22HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 69
7.CB.85
Billietite
Ba(UO)O(OH)8HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1197
4.GB.10
Billingsleyite
AgAsS A
American Mineralogist 53 (1968), 1791
2.KB.05
Bindheimite
Pb(Sb)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 57
4.DH.20
Biotite
K(Mg,Fe)(SiAl)O(OH,F) Group
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Biphosphammite
H(NH)PO G
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1972), 965
8.AD.15
Biraite-(Ce)
CeFeSiO(CO) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 17 (2005), 715
9.BE.90
Birchite
CdCu(PO)SO5HO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 910
8.DB.70
Biringuccite
NaBO(OH)HO A
Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rendiconti, Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche, e Naturali 30 (1961), 74
6.EC.05
Birnessite
(Na,Ca,K)(Mn,Mn)O1.5HO G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 771
4.FL.45
Birunite
Ca(SiO)(CO)SO15HO(?) Q
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 907
7.DG.15
Bisbeeite
(Cu,Al)HSiO(OH)nHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1054
Bischofite
MgCl6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 59
3.BB.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Bismite
BiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 60
4.CB.60
Bismoclite
BiOCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 61
3.DC.25
Bismuth
Bi G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 55
1.CA.05
Bismuthinite
BiS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 56
2.DB.05a
Bismutite
BiO(CO) G
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 693
5.BE.25
Bismutocolumbite
BiNbO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 121 (1992) (3), 130
4.DE.30
Bismutoferrite
(Fe)Bi(SiO)(OH) G
American Mineralogist 43 (1958), 656
9.ED.25
Bismutohauchecornite
NiBiS A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 873
2.BB.10
Bismutomicrolite
(Bi,Ca,[])Ta(O,OH) A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Bismutopyrochlore
(Bi,U,Ca,Pb)xNbO(OH)nHO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 128 (1999) (4), 36
4.DH.15
Bismutostibiconite
(Bi,Fe,[])(Sb)O A
Chemie der Erde 42 (1983), 77
4.DH.20
Bismutotantalite
BiTaO G
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 103
4.DE.30
Biteplapalladite
(Pd,Pt)(Te,Bi) D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Biteplatinite
(Pt,Pd)(Te,Bi) D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Bityite
CaLiAl(SiBeAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Bixbyite
(Mn)O G
Journal of Solid State Chemistry 181 (2008), 2250
4.CB.10
Bjarebyite
Ba(Mn)Al(PO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Record 4 (1973), 282
8.BH.20
Blakeite (of Frondel & Pough)
Fe,TeO(?) Q
American Mineralogist 29 (1944), 211
4.JM.10
Blanchardite
CuSO(OH) D
Mineralogical Record 3 (1972), 229
Blanfordite
(Na,Ca)(Fe,Mg,Al)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Blatonite
UOCOHO A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 1077
5.EB.10
Blatterite
(Sb)(Mn)(Mn)(BO)O A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1988), 121
6.AB.40
Bltterzeolith
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Bleasdaleite
(CaCu(Bi,Cu)(PO)(HO,OH,Cl) A
Australian Journal of Mineralogy 5 (1999), 69
8.DK.25
Blende
ZnS D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
Blixite
PbClO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 515
3.DC.50
Bldite
NaMg(SO)4HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 74
7.CC.50
Bloedite
NaMg(SO)4HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
Blomstrandite
U,Nb,Ti,O(?) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Blossite
Cu(V)O A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 397
8.FA.05
Blythite
(Mn)(Mn)(SiO) H
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 445
9.AD.25
Bobfergusonite
Na(Mn)FeAl(PO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 599
8.AC.15
Bobierrite
Mg(PO)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 71
8.CE.35
Bobjonesite
VOSO3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 83
7.DB.25
Bobkingite
CuCl(OH)2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 66 (2002), 301
3.DA.50
Bobtraillite
(Na,Ca)Sr(Zr,Y,Nb)SiBO(OH)12HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 747
9.CA.30
Bogdanovite
(Au,Te,Pb)(Cu,Fe) A
Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Geologiya ser. ser. 4, 34 (1979) (1), 44
2.BA.50
Bggildite
NaSrAl(PO)F G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 72
3.CG.20
Boggsite
NaCa(SiAl)O70HO A
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 1200
9.GC.30
Bgvadite
NaBaSrAlF A
Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 37 (1988), 21
3.CF.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Bohdanowiczite
AgBiSe Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 131
2.JA.20
Bhmite
AlO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 70
4.FE.15
Bokite
(Al,Fe,K)(V,V,Fe)O7.5HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 71
4.HE.20
Boldyrevite
NaCaMgAlF4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
3.CF.10
Boleite
KAgPbCuCl(OH) G
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 801
3.DB.15
Boleslavite
PbS D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Bolivarite
AlPO(OH)4HO Q
Canadian Mineralogist 33 (1995), 59
8.DF.10
Boltwoodite
KUO(SiOOH)HO G
American Mineralogist 46 (1961), 12
9.AK.15
Bonaccordite
NiFeO(BO) A
Transactions of the Geological Society of South Africa 77 (1974), 375
6.AB.30
Bonattite
CuSO3HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 7 (1962), 245
7.CB.10
Bonchevite
(Pb,Cu)BiS D
Mineralogical Magazine 49 (1985), 135
2.JB.45
Bonshtedtite
NaFe(PO)(CO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 486
5.BF.10
Boodtite
CoO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 253
Boothite
CuSO7HO G
Australian Journal of Mineralogy 10 (2004), 3
7.CB.35
Boracite
MgBOCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 78
6.GA.05
Boracite, high
MgBOCl H
American Mineralogist 58 (1973), 691
6.GA.05
Boralsilite
AlBO(SiO) A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 283
9.BD.30
Borax
NaBO(OH)8HO G
Acta Crystallographica E64 (2008), i24
6.DA.10
Borcarite
CaMgBO(CO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 2097
6.DA.40
Borgniezite
Na(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Boickite
(Ca,Mg)(Fe,Al)(PO)(OH)4-5HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
8.DM.35
Borishanskiite
Pd(As,Pb) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 104 (1975), 57
2.AC.45c
Bornemanite
NaBaTiNb(SiO)(PO)O(OH)F A
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 593
9.BE.50
Bornhardtite
CoSe G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1955), 133
2.DA.05
Bornite
CuFeS A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 62
2.BA.10
Borocookeite
LiAl(SiB)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 830
9.EC.55
Borodaevite
AgFePb(Bi,Sb)S A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.JA.05g
Boromullite
AlBSiO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 935
9.AF.23
Boromuscovite
KAl(SiB)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 76 (1991), 1998
9.EC.15
Borovskite
PdSbTe A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 102 (1973), 427
2.LA.60
Bortnikovite
PdCuZn A
Geology of Ore Deposits 49 (2007), 318
1.AG.65
Bostwickite
Ca(Mn)SiO7HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 47 (1983), 387
9.HC.10
Botallackite
CuCl(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 73
3.DA.10b
Botryogen
MgFe(SO)(OH)7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 81
7.DC.25
Bottinoite
Ni(Sb)(OH)6HO A
American Mineralogist 77 (1992), 1301
4.FH.05
Bouazzerite
BiMgFe(AsO)O(OH)86HO A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1630
8.DH.60
Boulangerite
PbSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 64
2.HC.15
Bournonite
CuPbSbS G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 131 (1970), 397
2.GA.50
Boussingaultite
(NH)Mg(SO)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 82
7.CC.60
Bowieite
RhS A
Canadian Mineralogist 22 (1984), 543
2.DB.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Bowleyite
CaLiAl(Si,Al,Be)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Boyleite
ZnSO4HO A
Chemie der Erde 37 (1978), 73
7.CB.15
Brabantite
CaTh(PO) D
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 503
8.AD.50
Bracewellite
CrO(OH) A
United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper 887 (1976)
4.FD.10
Brackebuschite
PbMn(VO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 75
8.BG.05
Bradaczekite
NaCu(AsO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1115
8.AC.10
Bradleyite
NaMg(PO)(CO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 76
5.BF.10
Braggite
PtS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 67
2.CC.35a
Braithwaiteite
Na(Cu)(SbTi)O(AsO)[AsO(OH)]8HO A
Journal of Coordination Chemistry 61 (2008), 15
8.DB.75
Braitschite-(Ce)
(Ca,Na)(Ce,La,Ca)B(OH)3HO(?) A
American Mineralogist 53 (1968), 1081
6.HA.10
Brammallite
(Na,HO)(Al,Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) Group
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Brandholzite
MgSb(OH)6HO A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 593
4.FH.05
Brandisite
Ca(Mg,Al)(Al,Si)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Brandtite
CaMn(AsO)2HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1181
8.CG.10
Brannerite
(U,Ca,Y,Ce)(Ti,Fe)O A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 76
4.DH.05
Brannockite
KSn(LiSi)O A
Mineralogical Record 4 (1973), 73
9.CM.05
Brass
CuZn N
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 186
1.AB.10a
Brassite
Mg(AsOOH)4HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 96 (1973), 365
8.CE.15
Braunite
Mn(Mn)SiO G
Journal of Solid State Chemistry 181 (2008), 2250
9.AG.05
Braunite II
Ca(Mn)SiO N
Journal of Solid State Chemistry 181 (2008), 2250
9.AG.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Bravaisite
K,Mg,Al,Si,HO,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Bravoite
(Fe,Ni)S D
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1168
2.EB.05a
Brazilianite
NaAl(PO)(OH) G
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 41 (1961), 407
8.BK.05
Breadalbanite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Bredigite
CaCaMg(SiO) G
Mineralogical Magazine 28 (1948), 255
9.AD.20
Breithauptite
NiSb G
New Data on Minerals 40 (2005), 51
2.CC.05
Brendelite
(Bi,Pb)(Fe,Fe)O(OH)PO A
Mineralogy and Petrology 63 (1998), 263
8.BM.15
Brenkite
Ca(CO)F A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1978), 325
5.BC.05
Brevicite
NaAlSiO2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Brewsterite-Ba
Ba(AlSi)O5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.20
Brewsterite-Sr
Sr(SiAl)O5HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.20
Brezinaite
CrS A
American Mineralogist 54 (1969), 1509
2.DA.15
Brianite
NaCaMg(PO) A
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 31 (1967), 1711
8.AC.30
Brianroulstonite
CaBO(OH)Cl8HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 751
6.EC.35
Brianyoungite
ZnCO(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 57 (1993), 665
5.BF.30
Briartite
CuFeGeS A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 88 (1965), 432
2.KA.10
Brindleyite
(Ni,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 484
9.ED.15
Brinrobertsite
(Na,K,Ca)(Al,Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH)3.5HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 66 (2002), 605
9.EC.60
Britholite-(Ce)
(Ce,Ca,Sr)(Ce,Ca)(SiO,PO)(O,OH,F) A
American Mineralogist 86 (2001), 1066
9.AH.25
Britholite-(Y)
(Ca,Ce)Y(SiO,PO)(O,OH,F) Rn
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
9.AH.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Brittle Mica
Group 9.EC.
Britvinite
PbMgSiO(BO)(CO)O(OH) A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 136 (2007) (6), 18
9.EG.70
Brizziite
NaSbO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 6 (1994), 667
4.CB.05
-brocenite
(Ce,La,Nd)NbO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Brochantite
CuSO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 88
7.BB.25
Brockite
(Ca,Th,Ce)POHO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 82
8.CJ.45
Brodtkorbite
CuHgSe A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 225
2.BD.55
Brokenhillite
MnSiO(OH) N
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1399
9.EE.10
Bromargyrite
AgBr A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 78
3.AA.15
Bromellite
BeO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 79
4.AB.20
Bromyrite
AgBr D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Brongniartite (of Damour)
AgPbSbS (?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.JB.05
Eta - bronze
CuSn N
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1981), 117
1.AC.15
Bronzite (of Finch)
Ca(Mg,Al)(Al,Si)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Bronzite (of Karsten)
MgSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Brookite
TiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 80
4.DD.10
Brostenite
Na,Mn,O,HO D
Comptes Rendus. Acadmie des Sciences (Paris) ser. D, 277 (1973), 2113
Brownmillerite
CaAlO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1964), 22
4.AC.10
Brucite
Mg(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 82
4.FE.05
Brggenite
Ca(IO)HO A
Journal of Research of the United States Geological Survey 2 (1974), 471
4.KC.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Brugnatellite
MgFeCO(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 83
5.DA.45
Brunogeierite
Ge(Fe)O A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1972), 263
4.BB.05
Brushite
Ca(POOH)2HO G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 180 (2004), 45
8.CJ.50
Buchwaldite
NaCaPO A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 362
8.AD.25
Buckhornite
(PbBiS)(AuTe) A
Canadian Mineralogist 30 (1992), 1039
2.HB.20b
Buddingtonite
(NH)(SiAl)O A
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 831
9.FA.30
Buergerite
Na(Fe)Al(BO)SiOOF A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 198
9.CK.05
Bukovite
CuTlSe A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 94 (1971), 529
2.BD.30
Bukovskite
(Fe)(AsO)(SO)(OH)7HO A
Acta Universitatis Carolinae, Geologica (1967), no. 4, 297
8.DB.40
Bulachite
AlAsO(OH)3HO A
Aufschluss 34 (1983), 445
8.DE.15
Buldymite
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Bultfonteinite
CaSiO(OH)HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 23 (1932), 145
9.AG.80
Bunsenite
NiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 85
4.AB.25
Burangaite
NaFeAl(PO)(OH)2HO A
Geological Society of Finland, Bulletin 49 (1977), 33
8.DK.15
Burbankite
(Na,Ca)(Sr,Ba,Ce)(CO) G
American Mineralogist 38 (1953), 1169
5.AC.30
Burckhardtite
PbFeTe(SiAl)O(OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 355
9.EC.70
Burgessite
Co(HO)(AsOOH)HO A
Canadian Mineralogist Publication pending
8.
Burkeite
Na(SO)(CO) G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1988), 203
7.BD.25
Burnsite
KCdCuO(SeO)Cl A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1171
4.JG.35
Burpalite
NaCaZrSiOF A
European Journal of Mineralogy 2 (1990), 177
9.BE.17
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Bursaite
PbBiS (?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.JB.40a
Burtite
CaSn(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 19 (1981), 397
4.FC.10
Buryatite
Ca(Si,Fe,Al)SOB(OH)(OH,O)12HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (2), 72
7.DG.15
Buryktalskite
Mn,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Buserite
NaMnO21HO (?) A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 972
4.FL.35
Bushmakinite
Pb(Al,Cu)(PO)(V,Cr,P)O(OH) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 131 (2002) (2), 62
8.BG.05
Bussenite
NaBaFeTiSiO(CO)(OH)F A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.65
Bussyite-(Ce)
(Na,HO)(Ce,REE)BeMnSi(O,OH)F A
Canadian Mineralogist Publication pending
9.
Bustamite
CaMnSiO G
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 274
9.DG.05
Butlerite
FeSO(OH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 93
7.DC.10
Btschliite
KCa(CO) G
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 353
5.AC.15
Buttgenbachite
Cu(NO)Cl(OH)nHO G
Mineralogical Magazine 67 (2003), 47
3.DA.25
Byelorussite-(Ce)
NaBaCeMnTiSiO(F,OH)HO A
Crystallography Reports 46 (2004), 964
9.CE.25
Bykovaite
(Ba,Na,K)(Na,Ti,Mn)(Ti,Nb)OSiO(HO,F,OH))35HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 21 (2009), 251
9.BE.50
Byssolite
Mg,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Bystrite
(Na,K,Ca)(SiAl)OSHO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 120 (3) (1991), 97
9.FB.05
Bystrmite
Mg(Sb)O G
American Mineralogist 37 (1952), 53
4.DB.10
Bytownite
(Ca,Na)(Si,Al)O I
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.35
Cabalzarite
CaMg(AsO)2HO A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1307
8.CG.15
Cabasite
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Cabriite
PdCuSn A
Canadian Mineralogist 21 (1983), 481
1.AG.30
Cacoclasite
Ca,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 8 (1966), 527
Cacoxenite
(Fe)AlO(PO)(OH)75HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 88
8.DC.40
Cadmium
Cd A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 248 (1979), 182
1.AB.05
Cadmoindite
CdInS A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 133 (2004) (4), 21
2.DA.05
Cadmoselite
CdSe G
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 86 (1957), 626
2.CB.45
Cadwaladerite
AlCl(OH)4HO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 88
3.BD.05
Caesium-biotite
(K,Cs)(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Cafarsite
CaMnFeTi(AsO)4-5HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 46 (1966), 367
4.JC.05
Cafetite
CaTiOHO A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 424
4.FL.75
Cahnite
CaB(OH)(AsO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 89
6.AC.70
Ca-huraulite
CaMn(PO)4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.CB.10
Caichengyunite
(Fe)Al(SO)30HO N
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 894
7.CB.95
Calafatite
KAl(SO)(OH) D
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 1184
Calamine (of Beudant
ZnSiO(OH)HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
9.BD.10
Calamite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Calaverite
AuTe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 77
2.EA.10
Calc-clinobronzite
(Mg,Fe,Ca)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.10
Calc-clinoenstatite
(Mg,Fe,Ca)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.10
Calc-clinohypersthene
(Mg,Fe,Ca)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Calciborite
CaBO G
American Mineralogist 41 (1956), 815
6.BC.10
Calcioancylite-(Ce)
(Ce,Ca,Sr)CO(OH,HO) A
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
5.DC.05
Calcioancylite-(Nd)
NdCa(CO)(OH)HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 2 (1990), 413
5.DC.05
Calcioandyrobertsite
KCaCu(AsO)[As(OH)O]2HO A
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.DH.50
Calcioaravaipaite
PbCaAlF A
Mineralogical Record 27 (1996), 293
3.DC.37
Calciobetafite
(Ca,Na)(Nb,Ti)(O,OH) A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 262
4.DH.15
Calciobiotite
(K,Ca)(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH,F) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Calcioburbankite
Na(Ca,Ce,Sr,La)(CO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 33 (1995), 1231
5.AC.30
Calciocatapleiite
CaZrSiOHO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.CA.15
Calciocatapleiite
CaZrSiOHO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.CA.15
Calciocelsian
(Ca,Na)(Si,Al)O D
Mineralogical Magazine 51 (1987), 317
Calciocopiapite
Ca(Fe)(SO)(OH)20HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 100
7.DB.35
Calcioferrite
CaMg(Fe)(PO)(OH)12HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 90
8.DH.25
Calciogadolinite (of Nakai)
(Y,Ca)FeBeO(SiO) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.AJ.20
Calciohilairite
CaZrSiO3HO A
Crystallography Reports 47 (2002), 748
9.DM.10
Calcioolivine
CaSiO Rd
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 137 (2008) (6), 46
9.AD.10
Calciopetersite
CaCu(PO)(POOH)(OH)3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1393
8.DL.15
Calciosamarskite
(Ca,Fe,Y)(Nb,Ta,Ti)O G
Mineralogical Magazine 63 (1999), 27
4.DB.25
Calciotalc
Ca(Mg,Al)(Al,Si)O(OH,F) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Calciotantalite
Ta,Nb,Fe,Ca,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1972), 765
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Calciotantite
CaTaO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 4 (1982) (3), 75
4.DJ.05
Calciouranoite
(Ca,Ba,Pb,K,Na)UO5HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 108
4.GB.20
Calcioursilite
Ca(UO)(SiO)(OH)15HO G
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 106 (1977), 553
9.AK.35
Calciovolborthite
CaCuVO(OH) (?) D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1994), 205
8.BH.35
Calcite
CaCO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 101
5.AB.05
Calciumhilgardite-2M
CaBOClHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
6.ED.05
Calciumhilgardite-3Tc
CaBOClHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
6.ED.05
Calcium-larsenite
CaZnSiO D
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1170
Calcium-pharmacosiderite
Ba(Fe)(AsO)(OH)5HO D
Mineralogy and Petrology 64 (1998), 237
8.DK.10
Calcium-rinkite
(Ca,Na)(Ti,Al)SiO(F,OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Calcjarlite
NaCaAlF G
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 99 (1970), 458
3.CC.20
Calclacite
Ca(CHCOO)Cl5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 102
10.AA.25
Calc-pigeonite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Calcurmolite
(CaNa)(UO)(MoO)(OH)nHO A
New Data on Minerals 40 (2005), 29
7.HB.15
Calcybeborosilite-(Y)
(Y,REE,Ca)(B,Be)(SiO)(OH,O) Q
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 996
9.AJ.20
Calderite
(Mn)(Fe)(SiO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 107
9.AD.25
Caldernite
PbFe(VO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 1703
8.BG.05
Caledonite
CuPb(SO)(CO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 104
7.BC.50
Calkinsite-(Ce)
Ce(CO)4HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 105
5.CC.25
Callaghanite
CuMgCO(OH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 106
5.DA.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Calomel
HgCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 96
3.AA.30
Calumetite
Cu(OH)2HO A
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 614
3.DA.40
Calvertite
CuGeS A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 1519
2.CA.15
Calzirtite
CaZrTiO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 137 (1961), 443
4.DL.10
Camerolaite
CuAl(HSbO,SO)(OH)CO2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1991), 481
7.DE.75
Cameronite
AgCuTe A
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 379
2.DB.35
Camgasite
CaMgAsO(OH)5HO A
Aufschluss 40 (1989), 369
8.DJ.15
Caminite
Mg(SO)(OH)0.2HO A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 819
7.BB.05
Campigliaite
CuMn(SO)(OH)4HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 109
7.DD.30
Canaanite
CaMg(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Canaphite
NaCaPO4HO A
Mineralogical Record 16 (1985), 467
8.FC.10
Canasite
KNaCaSiO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 108
9.DG.80
Canavesite
Mg(HBO)(CO)5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 16 (1978), 69
6.HA.50
Cancrinite
(Na,Ca,[])(AlSi)O(CO,SO)2HO G
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1117
9.FB.05
Cancrisilite
Na(SiAl)O(CO)3HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 120 (6) (1991), 80
9.FB.05
Canfieldite
AgSnS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 79
2.BA.35
Cannilloite
CaCa(MgAl)(SiAl)O(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Cannizzarite
PbBiS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 80
2.JB.20
Cannonite
BiO(SO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 56 (1992), 605
7.BD.35
Caoxite
CaCO3HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1997), 84
10.AB.50
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Capgaronnite
AgHgClS A
American Mineralogist 77 (1992), 197
2.FC.20a
Caporcianite
CaAlSiO4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Cappelenite-(Y)
BaYBSiOF A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 111
9.AJ.30
Caracolite
NaPb(SO)Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 113
7.BD.20
Caratiite
KCuO(SO) D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 118 (3) (1989), 88
7.BC.40
Carboborite
CaMg[B(OH)](CO)4HO A
Scientia Sinica (Chinese Edition) 13 (1964), 813
6.AC.50
Carbocernaite
(Sr,Ce,La)(Ca,Na)(CO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 115
5.AB.50
Carboirite
(Fe)AlGeO(OH) A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 31 (1983), 97
9.JA.05
Carbokentbrooksite
(Na,)(Na,Ce)CaMnZrNbSiO(OH)(CO)HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003) (5), 40
9.CO.10
Carbonatecyanotrichite
CuAlCO(OH)2HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
7.DE.10
Carbonate-fluorapatite
Ca(PO,CO)(F,OH,O) D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Carbonate-hydroxylapatite
Ca(PO,CO)(OH,F,O) D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Caresite
(Fe)Al(OH)CO3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1541
5.DA.40
Carinthine
Ca(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Carletonite
KNaCaSiO(CO)(F,OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 56 (1971), 1855
9.EB.20
Carlfriesite
CaTe(Te)O A
Mineralogical Magazine 40 (1975), 127
4.JK.25
Carlhintzeite
CaAlFHO A
Canadian Mineralogist 17 (1979), 103
3.CB.45
Carlinite
TlS A
American Mineralogist 60 (1975), 559
2.BD.25
Carlosruizite
KNaNaMg(IO)(SeO)6HO A
American Mineralogist 79 (1994), 1003
7.DG.40
Carlosturanite
(Mg,Fe,Ti)(Si,Al)O(OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 767
9.DJ.25
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Carlsbergite
CrN A
Nature: Physical Sciences 233 (1971), 113
1.BC.15
Carmichaelite
(Ti,Cr,Fe)(O,OH) A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 792
4.DB.50
Carminite
Pb(Fe)(AsO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 95
8.BH.30
Carnallite
KMgCl6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 102
3.BA.10
Carnevallite
(Cu,Fe,Zn)GaS D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
2.CB.15a
Carnotite
K(UO)(VO)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 96
4.HB.05
Carobbiite
KF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 103
3.AA.20
Carpathite
CH A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1262
10.BA.30
Carpholite
MnAlSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 114
9.DB.05
Carphosiderite
(Fe)(SO)(OH)2HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Carphostilbite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Carraraite
CaGe(SO)(CO)(OH)12HO A
American Mineralogist 86 (2001), 1293
7.DG.15
Carrboydite
(Ni,Al)(SO)(OH)10HO A
American Mineralogist 61 (1976), 366
7.DD.35
Carrollite
CuCoS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 82
2.DA.05
Caryinite
(Na,Pb)(Ca,Na)Ca(Mn)(AsO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 97
8.AC.10
Caryochroite
(Na,Sr)(Fe,Mg)TiSiO(HO,O,OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1331
9.HA.65
Caryopilite
(Mn)SiO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 115
9.ED.15
Carystine
Mg,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Cascandite
CaScSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 599
9.DG.07
Cassagnaite
Ca(Fe)(V)(OH)O(SiO)(SiO) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 95
9.BJ.65
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Cassedanneite
Pb(VO)(CrO)HO A
Comptes Rendus. Acadmie des Sciences (Paris) ser. II, 306 (1988), 125
7.FC.20
Cassidyite
CaNi(PO)2HO A
American Mineralogist 52 (1967), 1190
8.CG.05
Cassiterite
SnO G
Acta Crystallographica B53 (1997), 373
4.DB.05
Castaingite
CuMoS D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
2.EA.30
Caswellite
K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Caswellsilverite
NaCrS A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 132
2.FB.05
Cataforite
(Ca,Na,K)(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Catalanoite
NaHPO8HO A
International Mineralogical Association, General Meeting Program Abstracts 18 (2002), 143
8.CJ.70
Catamarcaite
CuGeWS A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1481
2.CB.35a
Cataphorite
(Ca,Na,K)(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Catapleiite
NaZrSiO2HO G
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 2 (1995), 117
9.CA.15
-catapleiite
NaZrSiO2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 16 (1978), 195
Cataspilite
K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.CE.10
Cat gold
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Catlinite
K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Catophorite
(Ca,Na,K)(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Cat silver
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Cattierite
CoS G
Acta Crystallographica B47 (1991), 650
2.EB.05a
Cattiite
Mg(PO)22HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2002), 160
8.CE.50
Cavansite
Ca(VO)SiO4HO A
American Mineralogist 58 (1973), 405
9.EA.50
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Cavoite
CaVO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 181
4.HE.40
Caysichite-(Y)
(Ca,Yb,Er)YSiO(CO)(OH)7HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1974), 293
9.DJ.15
Cebaite-(Ce)
BaCe(CO)F A
Mineralogy and Petrology 70 (2000), 221
5.BD.15
Cebaite-(Nd)
BaNd(CO)F N
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 1493
5.BD.15
Cebollite
CaAl(SiO)(OH) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 120
9.BB.10
echite
PbFeVO(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1981), 520
8.BH.40
ejkaite
NaUO(CO) A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 686
5.ED.50
Celadonite
KMgFeSiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Celestine
SrSO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 122
7.AD.35
Celestite
SrSO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Celsian
BaAlSiO G
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.30
Cerargyrite
AgCl D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Cerchiaraite
BaMnO(OH)(SiO)[SiO(OH)]Cl A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2000), 373
9.CF.25
Cerfluorite
(Ca,Ce)F H
Mineralogische Tabellen, (Strunz & C. Tennyson), 5th edition, (1970), 157
3.AB.25
Cerianite-(Ce)
CeO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 105
4.DL.05
Ceriopyrochlore-(Ce)
(Ca,Ce,Y,Na,[])Nb(O,OH,F) Rn
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Cerite-(Ce)
(Ce,La,Ca)(Mg,Fe)(SiO)(SiOOH)(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 123
9.AG.20
Cerite-(La)
(La,Ce,Ca)(Fe,Ca,Mg)(SiO)(SiOOH)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1177
9.AG.20
Cerium
Ce Q
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 382 (2002), 83
1.HA.05
ernite
CuCdSnS A
Canadian Mineralogist 16 (1978), 139
2.CB.15a
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Cerolite
Ca,Mg,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 2111
Cerotungstite-(Ce)
CeWO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031 (Appendix 2)
4.FD.20
Cerphosphorhuttonite
(Th,Ce)(SiO,PO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Ceruleite
CuAl(AsO)(OH)12HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 101
8.DE.25
Ceruranopyrochlore
(Ca,Ce,U)NbO(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Cerussite
PbCO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 123
5.AB.15
Cervandonite-(Ce)
(Ce,Nd,La)(Fe,Ti,Fe,Al)O(SiO)(AsO)(OH) . A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 423
9.BE.92
Cervantite
SbSbO Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 108
4.DE.30
Cervelleite
AgTeS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 1 (1989), 371
2.BA.30d
Cesanite
NaCa(SO)(OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 715
7.BD.20
Cesrolite
Pb(Mn)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 109
4.FG.10
Cesbronite
Cu(TeO)(OH)2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 39 (1974), 744
4.JN.15
Cesplumtantite
CsPbTaO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 8 (1986) (5), 92
4.DM.15
Cesstibtantite
Cs(Sb,Na)(Ta,Nb)(O,OH,F) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 345
4.DH.15
Cetineite
NaKSbSO6HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1987), 419
2.MA.05
Chabasie
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Chabasite
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Chabazite-Ca
Ca(SiAl)O6HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Chabazite-K
KCa(SiAl)O12HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Chabazite-Na
NaCa(SiAl)O12HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Chabazite-Sr
Sr(SiAl)O6HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 129 (2000) (4), 54
9.GD.10
Chabournite
Tl(Sb,As)S A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 150 (1979), 85
2.HC.05e
Chacaltaite
K,Al,Si,O D
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 1437
9.EC.15
Chacaltocite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Chadwickite
(UO)HAsO A
Aufschluss 49 (1998), 253
4.JA.60
Chaidamuite
ZnFe(SO)(OH)4HO A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 6 (1986), 109
7.DC.30
Chalcanthite
CuSO5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 127
7.CB.20
Chalcoalumite
CuAlSO(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 128
7.DD.75
Chalcocite
CuS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 88
2.BA.05a
Chalcocyanite
CuSO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 129
7.AB.10
Chalcodite
K,Fe,Mg,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EG.40
Chalcolamprite
Ca,Na,Ce,Nb,Zr,Si,O D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Chalcolite
Cu(UO)(PO)nHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Chalcomenite
CuSeO2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 130
4.JH.05
Chalconatronite
NaCu(CO)3HO G
Science 122 (1955), 75
5.CB.40
Chalcophanite
Zn(Mn)O3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 112
4.FL.20
Chalcophyllite
CuAl(AsO)(SO)(OH)18HO G
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 75 (1952), 112
8.DF.30
Chalcopyrite
CuFeS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 89
2.CB.10a
Chalcosiderite
Cu(Fe)(PO)(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 103
8.DD.15
Chalcostibite
CuSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 90
2.HA.05
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Chalcothallite
(Cu,Fe,Ag)(Tl,K)SbS A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 91
2.BD.40
Challacolloite
KPbCl A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 182 (2005), 95
3.AA.55
Challantite
(Fe)O(SO)(OH)20HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 53
Chalybite
FeCO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
Chambersite
MnBOCl A
American Mineralogist 47 (1962), 665
6.GA.05
Chamanite
(Cu,Fe)AsSe A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 29 (1982), 151
2.LA.35
Chamosite
(Fe,Mg,Al,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH,O) G
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 2 (1995), 127
9.EC.55
Changbaiite
PbNbO A
Acta Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) 52 (1978), 54
4.DF.10
Changchengite
IrBiS A
Acta Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) 71 (1997), 486
2.EB.25
Changoite
NaZn(SO)4HO A
Acta Crystallographica E64 (2008), i30
7.CC.50
Chantalite
CaAlSiO(OH) A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 57 (1977), 149
9.AG.55
Chaoite
C A
Science 216 (1982), 984
1.CB.05b
Chapmanite
(Fe)Sb(SiO)(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 129
9.ED.25
Charlesite
CaAl(SO)B(OH)(OH,O)26HO A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 1033
7.DG.15
Charmarite
MnAl(OH)CO3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1541
5.DA.40
Charoite
KCa(SiO)(SiO)(OH)nHO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 107 (1978), 94
9.DG.92
Chatkalite
CuFeSnS A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 3 (1981) (5), 79
2.CB.20
Chavesite
Ca(POOH) D
American Mineralogist 79 (1994), 385
8.AD.10
Chayesite
KMg(MgFeSi)O A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1368
9.CM.05
Chekhovichite
(Bi)(Te)O A
Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Geologiya ser. ser. 4, 42 (1987) (6), 71
4.JK.35
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Chelkarite
CaMgBOCl7HO(?) G
American Mineralogist 56 (1971), 1122
6.HA.05
Chelyabinskite
CaSi(SO)(OH)9HO H
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 1108
7.DG.45
Chenevixite
Cu(Fe,Al)(AsO)(OH) G
Mineralogical Magazine 64 (2000), 25
8.DD.05
Chengbolite
(Pt,Pd)(Te,Bi) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Chengdeite
IrFe A
Acta Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) 69 (1995), 215
1.AG.35
Chenguodaite
AgFeTeS A
Chinese Science Bulletin 53 (2008), online
2.BA.60
Chenite
CuPb(SO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 50 (1986), 129
7.BC.70
Chenxianite
AlMnO(OH) N
International Mineralogical Association, General Meeting Program Abstracts (1990), 284
4.FL.50
Cheralite
CaTh(PO) A
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 35 (2008), 603
8.AD.50
Cheralite-(Ce)
(Ce,Ca,Th)(P,Si)O D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.AD.50
Cheremnykhite
PbZnTeO(VO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 119 (5) (1990), 50
8.BL.20
Cherepanovite
RhAs A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 114 (1985), 464
2.CC.15
Chernikovite
(HO)(UO)(PO)3HO A
Mineralogical Record 19 (1988), 249
8.EB.15
Chernovite-(Y)
YAsO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 96 (1967), 699
8.AD.35
Chernykhite
BaV(SiAl)O(OH) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 101 (1972), 451
9.EC.15
Chernyshevite
Na(Fe,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Chervetite
Pb(V)O A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 114
8.FA.15
Chesnokovite
NaSiO(OH)8HO A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 136 (2007) (2), 25
9.AC.20
Chesofite
Ca(SiO)CaCl H
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 343 (1995), 94
9.HA.35
Chessexite
NaCaMgAl(SiO)(SO)(OH)40HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 62 (1982), 337
7.DG.35
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Chessylite
Cu(CO)(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Chesterite
MgSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1000
9.DF.05
Chestermanite
Mg(Fe,Mg,Al,Sb)OBO A
Canadian Mineralogist 26 (1988), 911
6.AB.40
Chevkinite-(Ce)
Ce(Ti,Fe,Fe)O(SiO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 1013
9.BE.70
Chiavennite
CaMn(BeOH)SiO2HO A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 623
9.GF.25
Chiklite
NaCa(Fe,Mn)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Childrenite
FeAlPO(OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 109
8.DD.20
Chile-lweite
NaKMg(SO)(NO)6HO D
Kali und Steinsalz 5 (1969), 190
Chillagite
Pb(Mo,W)O D
Australian Journal of Mineralogy 7 (2001), 39
7.GA.05
Chiluite
BiTeMoO A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 9 (1989), 9
7.BD.55
Chinglusuite
Na(Mn,Ca)(Ti,Zr)SiO9HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.ED.20
Chiolite
NaAlF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 115
3.CE.05
Chistyakovaite
Al(UO)(AsO)F65HO A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk (in Russian) 406 (2006), 816
8.EB.20
Chivruaiite
Ca(Ti,Nb)(SiO)(OH,O)13-14HO A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 922
9.DG.45
Chkalovite
NaBeSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 137
9.DM.20
Chladniite
NaCaMg(PO) A
American Mineralogist 79 (1994), 375
8.AC.50
Chladnite
MgSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Chloraluminite
AlCl6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 116
3.BC.05
Chlorapatite
Ca(PO)Cl D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Chlorargyrite
AgCl A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 117
3.AA.15
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Chlorarsenian
Mn(AsO)(OH) D
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 94 (1972), 423
Chlorartinite
MgCOCl(OH)2HO A
Journal of Applied Crystallography 39 (2006), 739
5.DA.10
Chlorbartonite
KFeSCl A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 503
2.FC.10
Chlorellestadite
Ca(SiO,SO,PO)Cl D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.AH.25
Chlorhastingsite
NaCa(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH,Cl) D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
9.DE.10
Chlorite
(Mg,Al,Fe,Li,Mn,Ni)(Si,Al,B,Fe)O(OH,O) Group
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 3 (1962), 131
9.EC.55
Chloritoid
FeAlOSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 139
9.AF.85
Chlormagaluminite
MgAl(OH)Cl2HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 121
5.DA.45
Chlormanasseite
MgAl(OH)Cl3HO D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 121
5.DA.45
Chlormanganokalite
KMnCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 119
3.CJ.05
Chlorocalcite
KCaCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 120
3.AA.40
Chloromagnesite
MgCl Q
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 2 (1951), 41
3.AB.20
Chloromelanite
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe,Al)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.20
Chloromenite
CuO(SeO)Cl A
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 119
4.JG.10
Chloropal (of Bernhardi & Brandes)
Na(Fe)(Si,Al)OnHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Chlorophanerite
(K,Na)(Fe,Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Chlorophoenicite
(Mn,Mg,Zn)ZnAsO(OH,O) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 112
8.BE.35
Chloro-potassic-ferro-edenite
KCa(Fe)(SiAl)OCl N
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1329
9.DE.10
Chloro-potassichastingsite
KCa[(Fe)Fe](SiAl)OCl Rn
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 134 (2005), (6), 31
9.DE.10
Chloro-potassicpargasite
KCa(MgAl)(SiAl)OCl A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 131 (2002) (2), 58
9.DE.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Chlorothionite
KCuSOCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 142
7.BC.25
Chlorotile (of Walenta)
(Y,Ca)Cu(AsO)(OH)3HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 37 (1970), 954
Chloroxiphite
PbCuOCl(OH) G
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 793
3.DB.30
Chlorpotassium ferro-pargasite
(K,Na)Ca(Fe,Fe,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)O(Cl,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1329
9.DE.10
Chlorvesuvianite
Ca(Al,Mg)(SiO)(SiO)(OH,F,O)OCl H
Mineralogia Polonica 36 (2005), 51
9.BG.35
Choloalite
(Pb,Ca)(Cu,Sb)TeOCl A
Mineralogical Magazine 44 (1981), 55
4.JK.45
Chondrodite
Mg(SiO)F G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 140
9.AF.45
Chopinite
Mg(PO) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 229
8.AB.15
Chrisstanleyite
AgPdSe A
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 257
2.BC.15
Christelite
ZnCu(SO)(OH)4HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1996), 188
7.DD.25
Christianite (of des Cloizeaux)
KCa(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Christite
TlHgAsS A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 421
2.HD.15
Chromatite
CaCrO A
Naturwissenschaften 50 (1963), 612
7.FA.10
Chrombiotite
K(Mg,Fe,Cr)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Chrombismite
BiCrO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 35
4.CC.05
Chromceladonite
KMgCrSiO(OH) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 129 (2000) (1), 38
9.EC.15
Chromdisthene
(Al,Cr)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Chromdravite
NaMgCr(BO)SiO(OH) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 222
9.CK.05
Chrome-acmite
Na(Fe,Cr)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.25
Chromejadeite
Na(Al,Fe,Cr)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Chrome mica
K(Al,Cr)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Chromephlogopite
K(Mg,Fe,Cr)SiO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Chrome-tremolite
Ca(Mg,Cr)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Chromferide
FeCr A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 115 (1986), 355
1.AE.15
Chromglimmer
K(Al,Cr)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Chrominium
PbCrO D
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 95 (1972), 427
Chromite
FeCrO G
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 31 (2004), 633
4.BB.05
Chromium
Cr A
Kexue Tongbao (in Chinese) 26 (1981), 959
1.AE.05
Chromoallanite-(REE)
(CaREE)(CrFeAl)(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05b
Chromoandrosite-(REE)
(Mn)REECrAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05b
Chromochre
K(Al,Cr)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Chromodissakisite-(REE)
CaREECrMgAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05b
Chromomphacite
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Cr,Al)SiO N
European Journal of Mineralogy 17 (2005), 297
9.DA.20
Chromotawmawite
CaCrAlCr(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Chromphyllite
KCr(SiAl)O(OH) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 126 (1997) (2), 110
9.EC.15
Chromsteigerite
Al,V,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Chrysoberyl
BeAlO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 123
4.BA.05
Chrysocolla
(Cu,Al)HSiO(OH)nHO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 142
9.ED.20
Chrysophane
CaMgSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Chrysotile
MgSiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.ED.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Chudobaite
Mg(AsO)(AsOOH)10HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1960), 1
8.CE.05
Chukanovite
FeCO(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 891
5.BA.10
Chukhrovite-(Ce)
CaCeAl(SO)F10HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 102 (1973), 200
3.CG.10
Chukhrovite-(Nd)
CaNdAlSOF12HO A
New Data on Minerals 40 (2005), 5
3.CG.10
Chukhrovite-(Y)
CaYAl(SO)F10HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 89 (1960), 15
3.CG.10
Churchite-(Nd)
NdPO2HO Rn
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 268 (1983), 139
8.CJ.50
Churchite-(Y)
YPO2HO A
Journal of Geosciences 54 (2009), 15
8.CJ.50
Chursinite
HgAsO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 341
8.AD.60
Chvaleticeite
MnSO6HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1986), 121
7.CB.25
Chvilevaite
Na(Cu,Fe,Zn)S A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 117 (1988), 204
2.FB.10
Cianciulliite
MgMnZn(OH)2-4HO A
American Mineralogist 76 (1991), 1708
4.FL.55
Cinnabar
HgS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 100
2.CD.15a
Ciprianiite
Ca(ThREE)AlSiBO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 739
9.DK.20
Cirrolite
CaAl(PO)(OH) Q
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 2 (1951), 845
8.BH.20
Clairite
(NH)(Fe)(SO)(OH)3HO A
Annals Geological Survey of South Africa 17 (1983), 29
7.DF.55
Claraite
(Cu)CO(OH)4HO A
Chemie der Erde 41 (1982), 97
5.DA.30
Claringbullite
(Cu)Cl(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 41 (1977), 433
3.DA.15
Clarkeite
Na(UO)O(OH)nHO G
American Mineralogist 82 (1997), 607
4.GC.05
Claudetite
AsO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 127
4.CB.45
Clausthalite
PbSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 101
2.CD.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Clearcreekite
(Hg)(CO)(OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 779
5.DC.30
Clerite
MnSbS A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (3), 95
2.HA.20
Cleusonite
Pb(U,U)(Fe)(Ti,Fe,Fe)(O,OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 17 (2005), 933
4.CC.40
Cliffordite
U(Te)O A
American Mineralogist 54 (1969), 697
4.JK.75
Clingmanite
CaAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Clino-anthophyllite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Clinoatacamite
Cu(OH)Cl A
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 61
3.DA.10b
Clinobarylite
BaBeSiO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2004), 373
9.BB.15
Clinobehoite
Be(OH) A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 11 (1989) (5), 88
4.FA.05b
Clinobisvanite
BiVO A
Mineralogical Magazine 39 (1974), 847
8.AD.65
Clinocervantite
SbSbO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 95
4.DE.30
Clinochalcomenite
CuSeO2HO N
American Mineralogist 66 (1981), 217
4.JH.10
Clinochlore
MgSiO(OH) G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 655
9.EC.55
Clinoclase
CuAsO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 117
8.BE.20
Clinoenstatite
MgSiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 145
9.DA.10
Clinoeulite
(Fe,Mg)(SiO) D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Clinoferroholmquistite
[]Li[(Fe)Al]SiO(OH,F) H
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Clinoferrosilite
FeSiO A
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 2A (1978), 30
9.DA.10
Clinohedrite
CaZnSiOHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 147
9.AE.30
Clinoholmquistite
[]Li(MgAl)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 732
9.DE.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Clinohumite
Mg(SiO)F G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 149
9.AF.55
Clinohydroxylapatite
Ca(PO)(OH) D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Clinohypersthene
(Fe,Mg)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.10
Clinojimthompsonite
MgSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1000
9.DF.05
Clinokupfferite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Clinokurchatovite
CaMgBO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 483
6.BA.10
Clinomimetite
Pb(AsO)Cl A
Mineralogical Record 24 (1993), 307
8.BN.05
Clinophosinaite
NaCa(SiO)(PO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 351
9.CF.15
Clinoptilolite-Ca
Ca(SiAl)O20HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Clinoptilolite-K
K(SiAl)O20HO Rn
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 152
9.GE.05
Clinoptilolite-Na
Na(SiAl)O20HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Clinosafflorite
CoAs A
Acta Crystallographica 31 (1977), 517
2.EB.15a
Clinostrengite
FePO2HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Clinotobermorite
CaSiO5HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 56 (1992), 353
9.DG.10
Clinotyrolite
CaCu(AsO,SO)(OH,O)10HO N
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 54 (1980), 134
8.DM.10
Clinoungemachite
KNaFe(SO)(NO)(OH)9HO Q
American Mineralogist 23 (1938), 314
7.DG.10
Clinovariscite
AlPO2HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Clinozoisite
CaAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) G
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 1B (1986), 44
9.BG.05a
Clinozoisite-(Pb)
CaSrAlO(SiO)(SiO)(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Clinozoisite-(Sr)
CaSrAlO(SiO)(SiO)(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 2006), 551
9.BG.05a
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Clintonite
CaAlMg(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Cloncurryite
Cu(VO)Al(PO)F5HO A
Australian Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2007), 5
8.DC.60
Cl-tyretskite
CaBOClHO D
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 636
Cluthalite
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
CO3-SO4 - hydrotalcite - 18.5
MgAl(OH)Na(SO)CO9HO N
Clays and Clay Minerals 35 (1987), 401
7.DD.35
Coalingite
Mg(Fe)CO(OH)2HO A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1893
5.DA.55
Cobaltarthurite
Co(Fe)(AsO)(OH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 725
8.DC.15
Cobaltaustinite
CaCoAsO(OH) A
Acta Crystallographica E63 (2007), i53
8.BH.35
Cobalt-frohbergite
(Fe,Co)Te D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Cobaltite
CoAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 103
2.EB.25
Cobaltkieserite
CoSOHO A
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 124 (2002), 117
7.CB.05
Cobaltkoritnigite
Co(AsOOH)HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1981), 257
8.CB.20
Cobaltlotharmeyerite
CaCo(AsO)2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1999), 505
8.CG.15
Cobaltmalanite
CuCoPtS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.DA.05
Cobaltneustdtelite
BiFe(Co,Fe)(O,OH)(AsO) A
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 726
8.BK.10
Cobaltocalcite (of Frondel)
CoCO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Cobaltomelane
Mn,Co,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Cobaltomenite
CoSeO2HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1974), 304
4.JH.10
Cobaltpentlandite
CoS Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
2.BB.15a
Cobalttsumcorite
PbCo(AsO)2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2001), 558
8.CG.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Cobaltzippeite
Co(UO)(SO)O3.5HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
7.EC.05
Coccinite
HgI G
Acta Crystallographica B63 (2007), 828
3.AB.10
Coccolite
(Ca,Fe,Mg)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Cochromite
CoCrO A
Bulletin de Bureau de Recherches Gologiques et Minires Sec. II (1978) (3), 225
4.BB.05
Cocinerite
Cu,Ag,S D
American Mineralogist 52 (1967), 1214
Coconinoite
(Fe)Al(UO)(PO)(SO)(OH)20HO A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 651
8.EB.35
Coeruleolactite
CaAl(PO)(OH)4-5HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.DD.15
Coesite
SiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 156
4.DA.35
Coffinite
U[SiO,(OH)] G
American Mineralogist 41 (1956), 675
9.AD.30
Cohenite
FeC G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 132
1.BA.05
Coiraite
(Pb,Sn)AsSnFeS A
Revista Geologica de Chile 28 (2001), 259
2.HF.25b
Colemanite
CaBO(OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 158
6.CB.10
Colimaite
KVS A
Boletn de Mineraloga (Mexico City) 18 (2008), 7
2.FB.25
Collinsite
CaMg(PO)2HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1181
8.CG.05
Colomite
K(V,Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Coloradoite
HgTe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 105
2.CB.05a
Colquiriite
CaLiAlF A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 27 (1980), 275
3.CB.20
Columbite
(Mn,Fe,Mg)(Nb,Ta)O Group
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 146
4.DB.35
Columbite-(Fe)
FeNbO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
Columbite-(Fe)
FeNbO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Columbite-(Mg)
MgNbO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
Columbite-(Mg)
MgNbO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
Columbite-(Mg)
MgNbO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
Columbite-(Mn)
MnNbO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
Columbite-(Mn)
MnNbO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
Columbomicrolite
(Ca,Na)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Colusite
CuV(Sb,As,Sn)S G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 106
2.CB.30
Comancheite
HgO(Cl,Br) A
Canadian Mineralogist 19 (1981), 393
3.DD.65
Combeite
NaCaSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 158
9.CJ.15
Comblainite
Ni(Co)CO(OH)4HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 103 (1980), 113
5.DA.50
Common mica
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Compreignacite
K(UO)O(OH)7HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 87 (1964), 365
4.GB.05
Comptonite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Congolite
(Fe)BOCl A
Kali und Steinsalz 6 (1972), 1
6.GA.10
Conichalcite
CaCuAsO(OH) G
Acta Crystallographica E64 (2008), i53
8.BH.35
Conifite
Ni,Co,Fe,S D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.BB.15a
Connellite
Cu(SO)(OH)Cl6HO G
Axis 2 (2006) (2), 1
3.DA.25
Cookeite
(Al,Li)Al(Si,Al)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 159
9.EC.55
Coombsite
K(Mn)SiO(OH) A
New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics
9.EG.35
Cooperite
PtS G
Crystallography Reports 53 (2008), 391
2.CC.35a
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Coparsite
(Cu)OAsOCl A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 911
8.BE.80
Copiapite
Fe(Fe)(SO)(OH)20HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 553
7.DB.35
Copper
Cu G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 108
1.AA.05
Coquandite
(Sb)OSOHO A
Mineralogical Magazine 56 (1992), 599
7.DE.35
Coquimbite
(Fe)(SO)9HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 162
7.CB.50
Corderoite
HgSCl A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 652
2.FC.15a
Cordierite
MgAlSiO G
Periodico di Mineralogia 76 (2006), 113
9.CJ.10
Cordylite-(Ce)
(Na,Ca,[])BaCe(CO)(F,O) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 163
5.BD.05
Corkite
Pb(Fe)(SO)(PO)(OH) Rd
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1987), 71
8.BL.05
Cornetite
CuPO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 127
8.BE.15
Cornubite
Cu(AsO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 32 (1959), 1
8.BD.30
Cornwallite
Cu(AsO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 129
8.BD.05
Coronadite
Pb(Mn)(Mn)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 138
4.DK.05
Corrensite
(Ca,Na,K)(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH)nHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 162
9.EC.60
Corundellite
CaAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Corundum
AlO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 139
4.CB.05
Corvusite
(Na,Ca,K)(V,V,Fe)O4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 140
4.HE.20
Cosalite
PbBiS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 110
2.JB.10
Coskrenite-(Ce)
Ce(SO)(CO)8HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 1453
10.AB.65
Cossaite
NaAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Cossyrite
Na(Fe)TiSiO D
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 821
Costibite
CoSbS A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 10
2.EB.10d
Cotunnite
PbCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 141
3.DC.85
Coulsonite
Fe(V)O Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 142
4.BB.05
Cousinite
Mg(U)(MoO)(OH)2HO (?) Q
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 910
7.HA.10
Coutinhite
(La,Nd)(CO)8HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 63 (1999), 761
Coutinhoite
ThBa(UO)SiO3HO A
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 721
9.AK.30
Coutinite
(La,Nd)(CO)8HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 63 (1999), 761
Covellite
CuS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 112
2.CA.05a
Cowlesite
Ca(AlSi)O5-6HO A
American Mineralogist 60 (1975), 951
9.GG.05
Coyoteite
NaFeS2HO A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 245
2.FD.25
Craigite
4O23HO,4N23HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Crandallite
CaAl(PO)(POOH)(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 130
8.BL.10
Crawfordite
NaSr(PO)(CO) A
Soviet Physics, Doklady 37 (1992), 14
5.BF.10
Creaseyite
CuPb(Fe)SiO6HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 40 (1975), 227
9.HH.15
Crednerite
CuMnO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 143
4.AB.05
Creedite
CaAl(SO)(OH)F2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 166
3.CG.15
Crerarite
(Pt,Pb)Bi(S,Se)(x= 0.4 - 0.8) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1994), 567
2.LB.45
Crichtonite
Sr(Mn,Y,U)Fe(Ti,Fe,Cr,V)(O,OH) A
Minerals and Museums 5 (2004)
4.CC.40
Criddleite
AgAuTlSbS A
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 691
2.LA.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Cristobalite
SiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 165
4.DA.15
Crocalite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Crocidolite
Na(Fe,Mg)(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Crocoite
PbCrO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 167
7.FA.20
Cronstedtite
(Fe,Fe)(Si,Fe)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 166
9.ED.15
Cronusite
CaCrS2HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (3), 29
2.FB.05
Crookesite
CuTlSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 115
2.BD.50
Crossite
(Na,Ca)(Fe,Fe,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 61 (1997), 295
9.DE.25
Cryolite
NaAlF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 145
3.CB.15
Cryolithionite
NaAl(LiF) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 146
3.CB.05
Cryophyllite
K,Li,Fe,Al,Si,O,OH D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Cryptohalite
(NH)SiF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 147
3.CH.15
Cryptomelane
K(Mn,Mn)O A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 55 (1976), 191
4.DK.10
Cryptonickelmelane
Mn,Ni,Co,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Csiklovaite
BiTe(S,Se) D
American Mineralogist 76 (1991), 257
Cualstibite
CuAlSb(OH) A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 198
4.FB.10
Cubanite
CuFeS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 117
2.CB.55
Cubicite
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Cubic zeolite
Ca,Na,K,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Cubizit
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Cuboargyrite
AgSbS A
Lapis 23 (1998), 21
2.JA.15
Cuboite
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Cuboizite
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Cu-djerfisherite
K(Cu,Fe)SCl N
New Data on Minerals 41 (2006), 98
2.FC.05
Cumengeite
PbCuCl(OH)6HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 69 (2005), 1037
3.DB.20
Cummingtonite
[]MgSiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.05
Cupalite
CuAl A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 114 (1985), 90
1.AA.20
Cuprite
CuO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 151
4.AA.10
Cuproadamite
(Cu)AsO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.BB.30
Cuproartinite
Cu(SO)CO(OH)48HO D
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 156
Cuproauride
CuAu Q
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 24 (1939), 454
1.AA.10a
Cuprobismutite
CuAgBiS G
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1481
2.JA.10a
Cuprocassiterite
(Cu,Fe,Zn)Sn(OH) D
Mineralogical Record 17 (1986), 383
Cuprocopiapite
Cu(Fe)(SO)(OH)20HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 168
7.DB.35
Cuprofaustite
(Zn,Cu)(Al,Fe)(PO)(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.DD.15
Cuprohydromagnesite
Cu(SO)CO(OH)48HO D
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 156
Cuproiridsite
CuIrS A
Nature 416 (2002), 155
2.DA.05
Cupromakovickyite
CuAgPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 503
2.JA.05d
Cupropavonite
CuAgPbBiS A
Bulletin de Minralogie 102 (1979), 351
2.JA.05a
Cupropearcite
[CuAsS][AgCuS] A
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 641
2.GB.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Cupropolybasite
[(Sb,As)S][AgCuS] A
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 641
2.GB.15
Cuprorhodsite
CuRhS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 114 (1985), 187
2.DA.05
Cuprorivaite
CaCuSiO Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 169
9.EA.05
Cuproscheelite
(Ca,Cu)WO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.DB.30
Cuprosklodowskite
Cu(UO)(SiOOH)6HO G
American Mineralogist 66 (1981), 610
9.AK.10
Cuprospinel
Cu(Fe)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 11 (1973), 1003
4.BB.05
Cuprostibite
Cu(Sb,Tl) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 123
2.AA.20
Cuprotungstite
(Cu)(WO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 169
7.GB.15
Cuprouranite
Cu(UO)(PO)nHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Curetonite
Ba(Al,Ti)(PO)(OH,O)F A
Mineralogical Record 10 (1979), 219
8.BK.15
Curienite
Pb(UO)(VO)5HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 91 (1968), 453
4.HB.15
Curite
Pb[(UO)O(OH)]2HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 727
4.GB.55
Cuspidine
CaSiOF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 171
9.BE.17
Cuzticite
(Fe)TeO3HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 257
4.FM.35
Cyanochroite
KCu(SO)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 171
7.CC.60
Cyanophyllite
CuAl(Sb)O(OH)12HO A
Chemie der Erde 40 (1981), 195
4.FM.40
Cyanotrichite
CuAlSO(OH)2HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 172
7.DE.10
Cyclowollastonite
CaSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
9.CA.20
Cylindrite
FePbSnSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 124
2.HF.25a
Cymatolite
Li,Al,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.EC.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Cymrite
Ba(Si,Al)(O,OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 172
9.EG.05
Cyrilovite
Na(Fe)(PO)(OH)2HO G
American Mineralogist 42 (1957), 204
8.DL.10
Dachiardite-Ca
Ca(SiAl)O13HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.40
Dachiardite-Na
Na(SiAl)O13HO Rn
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 533
9.GD.40
Dadsonite
PbSbSCl A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1499
2.HC.30
Dalyite
KZrSiO G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 121 (1965), 349
9.EA.25
Damaraite
PbO(OH)Cl A
Mineralogical Magazine 54 (1990), 593
3.DC.75
Damiaoite
PtIn A
Acta Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) 71 (1997), 328
1.AG.55
Damourite (of Delesse)
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Danalite
Be(Fe)(SiO)S G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 175
9.FB.10
Danbaite
CuZn A
Kexue Tongbao (in Chinese) 28 (1983), 1383
1.AB.10b
Danburite
CaBSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 176
9.FA.65
Danielsite
(Cu,Ag)HgS A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 401
2.BD.15
Dannemorite
(Mn)(Fe,Mg)SiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
D'Ansite
NaMg(SO)Cl G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1958), 152
7.BC.05
Daomanite
CuPtAsS A
Acta Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) 75 (2001), 396
2.LA.15
Daqingshanite-(Ce)
SrCePO(CO) A
Geochemistry (China) 2 (1983), 180
5.BF.15
Darapiozite
KNaMn(LiZnSi)O A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 104 (1975), 583
9.CM.05
Darapskite
Na(SO)(NO)HO Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 174
7.DG.05
Daschkesanite
(Na,K)Ca(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH,Cl) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Dashkesanite
(K,Na)Ca(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(Cl,OH) D
Moscow University Geology Bulletin 53 (1998) (2), 33
9.DE.10
Dashkessanite
(Na,K)Ca(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH,Cl) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Dashkovaite
Mg(HCOO)2HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 129 (2000) (6), 49
10.AA.10
Datolite
CaBSiO(OH) G
Acta Crystallographica B63 (2007), 49
9.AJ.20
Daubreite
BiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 156
3.DC.25
Daubrelite
FeCrS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 129
2.DA.05
Davanite
KTiSiO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 95
9.EA.25
Davidite-(Ce)
Ce(Y,U)Fe(Ti,Fe,Cr,V)(O,OH,F) A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
4.CC.40
Davidite-(La)
La(Y,U)Fe(Ti,Fe,Cr,V)(O,OH,F) A
Minerals and Museums 5 (2004)
4.CC.40
Davidite-(Y)
(Y,U)(Ti,Fe)O Rn
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
4.CC.40
Davisonite
Ca,Al,PO,OH D
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1515
Davreuxite
MnAlSiO(OH) G
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 777
9.BF.15
Davyne
(Na,Ca,K)(Si,Al)O(Cl,SO,CO)- G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 182
9.FB.05
Dawsonite
NaAlCO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 176
5.BB.10
Dayingite
CuCoPtS D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
2.DA.05
Deanesmithite
(Hg)(Hg)SOCrO A
Canadian Mineralogist 31 (1993), 787
7.FB.20
Decrespignyite-(Y)
YCu(CO)Cl(OH)2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 66 (2002), 181
5.CC.35
Deerite
(Fe)(Fe)(SiO)O(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 251
9.DH.60
Defernite
Ca(CO,SiO)(OH)- A
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 625
5.BA.25
Dehrnite
Ca(PO,CO)F D
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 282
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Delafossite
CuFeO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997),159
4.AB.15
Delatorreite
(Mn,Mg,Ca,Ba,K,Na)OHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Delhayelite
KNaCaAlSiOFCl A
Rendiconti, Societa Italiana di Mineralogia e Petrologia 26 (1970), 63
9.EB.10
Deliensite
Fe(UO)(SO)(OH)3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1021
7.EB.10
Delindeite
NaBaTi(SiO)O(OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 1247
9.BE.60
Dellaite
Ca(SiO)(SiO)(OH) A
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 103 (2008), 385
9.BG.45
Dellaventuraite
NaNa[Mg(Mn)LiTi]SiOO A
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 304
9.DE.25
Deloneite-(Ce)
NaCaCe(PO)F A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (5), 83
8.BN.05
Delorenzite
(Y,Ce,Ca)(Ta,Nb,Ti)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031 (Appendix 2)
Deloryite
Cu(UO)MoO(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1992), 58
4.FL.85
Delrioite
SrCa(V)O(OH)3HO A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 185
4.HG.35
Deltaite
Ca,Al,PO,OH D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Delvauxite
Ca(Fe)(PO)(OH)4-5HO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 137
8.DM.35
Demartinite
KSiF A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 1275
3.CH.20
Demesmaekerite
PbCu(UO)(SeO)(OH)2HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 88 (1965), 422
4.JJ.20
Demicheleite
BiSBr A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1603
2.FC.25
Denisovite
KCaSiOF A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 718
9.HA.85
Denningite
CaMn(Te)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 7 (1963), 443
4.JK.30
Derbylite
(Fe)(Ti)SbO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 161
4.JB.55
Derriksite
Cu(UO)(SeO)(OH) A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 94 (1971), 534
4.JG.30
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Dervillite
AgAsS Rd
Bulletin de Minralogie 106 (1983), 519
2.LA.10
Desautelsite
Mg(Mn)CO(OH)4HO A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 127
5.DA.50
Descloizite
PbZnVO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 138
8.BH.40
Desmine (of Breithaupt)
NaCaAlSiO14HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Despujolsite
CaMn(SO)(OH)3HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 91 (1968), 43
7.DF.25
Dessauite-(Y)
Sr(Y,U,Mn)Fe(Ti,Fe,Cr,V)(O,OH) A
Minerals and Museums 5 (2004)
4.CC.40
Destinezite
(Fe)(PO)(SO)(OH)6HO Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 795
8.DB.05
Devilline
CaCu(SO)(OH)3HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 185
7.DD.30
Devillite
CaCu(SO)(OH)3HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Deweylite
Mg,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 47 (1962), 811
Dewindtite
HPb(UO)O(PO)12HO G
European Journal of Mineralogy 2 (1990), 399
8.EC.10
Dhanrasite
Mg,Al,Sn,Fe,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Diaboleite
CuPbCl(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 163
3.DB.05
Diaclasite
Mg,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Diadochite
(Fe)(PO)(SO)(OH)6HO G
Clays and Clay Minerals 47 (1999), 1
8.DB.05
Diagonite
(Sr,Ba,Ca)AlSiO5HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.20
Diallage
Ca,Mg,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Dialogite (of Jasche)
MnCO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Diamond
C G
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1063
1.CB.10a
Diaoyudaoite
NaAlO A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 6 (3) (1986), 224
4.CC.45
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Diaphorite
AgPbSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 132
2.JB.05
Diaspore
AlO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 165
4.FD.10
Diastatite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Dickinsonite
AB-CaNa-MnAl(PO,POOH)W Group
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1249
8.BF.05
Dickinsonite-(BaMn)
BaMn(CaNa)AlMn(PO)(OH) H
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Dickinsonite-(KMn)
(KNa)Mn(CaNa)AlMn(PO)(POOH)(OH) H
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Dickinsonite-(KMnNa)
K(NaMn)CaNaAlMn(PO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1249
8.BF.05
Dickinsonite-(KNa)
KNa(CaNa)AlMn(PO)(POOH)(OH) H
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Dickinsonite-(KNaNa)
KNa(CaNa)AlMn(PO)(OH) H
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Dickinsonite-(NaNa)
Na(CaNa)AlMn(PO)(POOH)(OH) H
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Dickite
AlSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 189
9.ED.05
Dickthomssenite
MgVO7HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1691
4.HD.25
Didrimite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Didymite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Didymolite
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O D
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 2111
Dienerite
NiAs D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.AB.05
Dietrichite
ZnAl(SO)22HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 186
7.CB.85
Dietzeite
Ca(IO)CrOHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 187
4.KD.05
Digenite
CuS A
American Mineralogist 79 (1994), 308
2.BA.05e
Digenite, high
CuS H
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 110
2.BA.05e
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Dillnite
AlSiO(OH,F)Cl D
American Mineralogist 46 (1961), 629
Dimorphite
AsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 135
2.FA.10
Dingdaohengite-(Ce)
(Ce,La)Fe(Ti,Fe,Mg,Fe)TiSiO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 740
9.BE.70
Dinite
CH G
European Journal of Mineralogy 3 (1991), 855
10.BA.15
Diomignite
LiBO A
Zeitschrift fr Anorganische und Allgemeine Chemie 634 (2008), 2601
6.DD.05
Diopside
CaMgSiO A
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 1193
9.DA.15
Diopsidjadeite
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe,Al)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.20
Dioptase
CuSiOHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 191
9.CJ.30
Diphanite
CaAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Direnzoite
NaKMgCa(AlSi)O36HO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 95
9.GF.55
Dissakisite-(Ce)
CaCeMgAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) A
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 35 (2008), 59
9.BG.05b
Dissakisite-(La)
CaLaAlMgSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 1177
9.BG.05b
Disterrite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Disthne
AlSiO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Dittmarite
(NH)MgPOHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 2000), 142
8.CH.20
Diversilite-(Ce)
NaBaCeFeTiSiO(OH)nHO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003) (5), 34
9.CB.10
Dixenite
CuFeMn(AsO)(AsO)(SiO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 193
8.BE.45
Dixeyite
Al,Si,O,OH D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Djalmaite
(U,Ca,Ce)(Ta,Nb)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Djerfisherite
KNa(Fe)SCl A
Science 153 (1966), 166
2.FC.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Djurleite
CuS A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 137
2.BA.05b
Dmisteinbergite
CaAlSiO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 119 (5) (1990), 43
9.EG.15
Dolerophanite
CuOSO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 190
7.BB.20
Dollanite
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Dollaseite-(Ce)
CaCeMgAl(SiO)(SiO)(OH)F Rd
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 838
9.BG.05c
Dolomite
CaMg(CO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 191
5.AB.10
Doloresite
(V)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 166
4.HE.30
Domeykite
CuAs G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 138
2.AA.10b
-domeykite
CuAs G
Mineralogical Abstracts 12 (1953), 201
2.AA.10c
Donathite
(Fe,Mg)(Cr,Fe)O D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1997), 163
4.BB.
Donbassite
Al(SiAl)O(OH)Al(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 196
9.EC.55
Donharrisite
NiHgS A
Canadian Mineralogist 27 (1989), 257
2.BD.20
Donnayite-(Y)
NaSrCaY(CO)3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 16 (1978), 335
5.CC.05
Donpeacorite
MnMg(SiO) A
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 472
9.DA.05
Dorallcharite
Tl(Fe)(SO)(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 6 (1994), 255
7.BC.10
Doranite
Na,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Dorfmanite
Na(POOH)2HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 109 (1980), 211
8.CJ.60
Dorrite
CaMg(Fe)O[SiAlFeO] A
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 1440
9.DH.45
Dosulite
Mn,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Douglasite
KFeCl2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 167
3.CJ.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Doverite
Ca(Y,Ce)(CO)F D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Dovyrenite
CaZrSiO(OH) A
Mineralogia Polonica 31 (2007), 1
9.BE.23
Downeyite
SeO A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 316
4.DE.05
Doyleite
Al(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 21
4.FE.10
Dozyite
MgAl(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 80 (1995), 65
9.EC.60
Dravite
NaMgAl(BO)SiO(OH) G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 658
9.CK.05
Dresserite
BaAl(CO)(OH)3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 10 (1969), 84
5.DB.10
Dreyerite
BiVO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1981), 151
8.AD.35
Droninoite
NiFeCl(OH)2HO A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 137 (2008) (6), 38
3.DA.60
Droogmansite
PbUOSiOHO D
Bulletin de Minralogie 101 (1978), 56
Drugmanite
PbFe(PO)(POOH)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 463
8.BH.15
Drysdallite
MoSe A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1973), 433
2.EA.30
Dualite
Na(Ca,Na,Ce,Sr)(Na,Mn,Fe,Ti)ZrTiMnSiO(OH,HO,Cl) A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 136 (2007) (4), 31
9.CO.10
Dudleyite
Na,Mg,Al,Fe,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.40
Dufrnite
CaFe(Fe)(PO)(OH)2HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 54 (1990), 419
8.DK.15
Dufrnoysite
PbAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 140
2.HC.05d
Duftite
PbCuAsO(OH) G
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 79 (1956), 7
8.BH.35
-duftite
PbCuAsO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.BH.35
Dugganite
PbZn(TeO)(AsO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 823
8.BL.20
Duhamelite
(Pb,Bi,Ca)CuVO(OH) D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2003), 75
8.BH.40
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Dukeite
(Bi)(Cr)O(OH)3HO A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1822
7.DF.80
Dumontite
Pb(UO)(PO)O5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 150
8.EC.15
Dumortierite
(Al,[])AlBSiO(O,OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 200
9.AJ.10
Dundasite
PbAl(CO)(OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 195
5.DB.10
Dunhamite
PbTeO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.JK.55
Durangite
NaAlAsOF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 151
8.BH.10
Duranusite
AsS A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 96 (1973), 131
2.FA.05
Dusmatovite
KKMn(ZnLiSi)O A
Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Geologiya ser. ser. 4, 51 (1996) (2), 54
9.CM.05
Dussertite
Ba(Fe)(AsO)(AsOOH)(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 152
8.BL.10
Duttonite
VO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 170
4.HE.35
Dwornikite
NiSOHO A
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 351
7.CB.05
Dypingite
Mg(CO)(OH)5HO A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 1457
5.DA.05
Dyscrasite
AgSb(x~0.2) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 142
2.AA.35
Dysintribite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Dzhalindite
In(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 171
4.FC.05
Dzharkenite
FeSe A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 124 (1995) (1), 85
2.EB.05a
Dzhezkazganite
ReMoCuPbS D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
2.EA.30
Eakerite
CaSnAlSiO(OH)2HO A
Acta Crystallographica E63 (2007) i47
9.CG.05
Eardleyite
NiAl(OH)(CO,OH)4HO D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 458
Earlandite
Ca(CHO)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 198
10.AC.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Earlshannonite
Mn(Fe)(PO)(OH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 22 (1984), 471
8.DC.15
Eastonite
KAlMg(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ebelmenite
KMnO D
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 92 (1969), 521
Ecandrewsite
ZnTiO A
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 237
4.CB.05
Ecdemite
Pb(As)OCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 173
3.DC.65
Echellite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Eckermannite
NaNa(MgAl)SiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.25
Eckrite
NaCa(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Eclarite
CuPbBiS A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 32 (1984), 103
2.HB.10c
Edenharterite
TlPbAsS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 4 (1992), 1265
2.HD.35
Edenite
NaCaMg(SiAl)O(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 651
9.DE.10
Edenitic hornblende
NaCa(Mg,Fe,Mn)(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Edgarbaileyite
(Hg)SiO A
Mineralogical Record 21 (1990), 215
9.BC.25
Edgarite
FeNbS A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 138 (2000), 229
2.DB.25
Edingtonite
Ba(SiAl)O4HO A
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 4 (1963), 359
9.GA.15
Edoylerite
(Hg)(CrO)S A
Mineralogical Record 24 (1993), 471
7.FB.25
Effenbergerite
BaCuSiO A
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 663
9.EA.05
Efflorescing zeolite
CaAlSiO4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Efremovite
(NH)Mg(SO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 118(3) (1989), 84
7.AC.10
Eggletonite
(Na,K,Ca)xMn(Si,Al)O(OH)nHO A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 1324
9.EG.30
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Eggonite
ScPO2HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Eglestonite
(Hg)OCl(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 174
3.DD.05
Egueiite
Ca(Fe)(PO)(OH)21HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.CE.40
Ehrleite
CaZnBe(PO)(POOH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 507
8.CA.10
Eifelite
KNa(MgNa)(MgSi)O A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 82 (1980), 252
9.CM.05
Eisennatrolith
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Eisenrichterite
NaCa(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Eitelite
NaMg(CO) G
American Mineralogist 40 (1955), 326
5.AC.05
Ekanite
CaThSiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 208
9.EA.10
Ekaterinite
CaBOCl2HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 109 (1980), 469
6.HA.40
Ekatite
(Fe,Fe,Zn)(AsO)(AsO,SiOOH)(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2001), 769
4.JB.75
Ekmanite
(Fe,Mg,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH)2HO D
American Mineralogist 39 (1954), 946
9.EG.40
Ektropite
(Mn,Mg)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 446
Elbaite
Na(AlLi)Al(BO)SiO(OH) G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 658
9.CK.05
Electrum (of Pliny)
(Au,Ag) I
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 1 (1944), 91
1.AA.05
Elfstorpite
Mn(AsO)(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 68 (2004), 523
8.BE.30
Ellagite
Na,Al,Fe,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Ellenbergerite
Mg(Mg,Ti,Zr,)(Al,Mg)SiO(OH) A
Crystallography Reports 52 (2007), 199
9.AF.80
Ellestadite
Ca(SiO,SO,PO)(O,OH,F,Cl) Group
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 2 (1951), 906
9.AH.25
Ellestadite-(Cl)
Ca(SiO,SO,PO)Cl Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.AH.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Ellestadite-(F)
Ca(SiO,SO,PO)F Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.AH.25
Ellestadite-(F)
Ca(SiO,SO,PO)F D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.AH.25
Ellestadite-(OH)
Ca(SiO)(SO)(OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.AH.25
Ellestadite-(OH)
Ca(SiO)(SO)(OH) D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.AH.25
Ellisite
TlAsS A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 701
2.JC.05
Ellsworthite
(U,Ca,Ce)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Ellweilerite
(Ca,Na)(UO)(AsO)10HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Elpasolite
KNaAlF G
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 136 (2007) (6), 79
3.CB.15
Elpidite
NaZrSiO3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 211
9.DG.65
Elroquite
Al,Fe,Si,PO D
Canadian Mineralogist 7 (1963), 676
Elsmoreite
WO0.5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1061
4.DH.15
Elyite
CuPbOSO(OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1816
7.DF.65
Embreyite
Pb(CrO)(PO)HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1972), 790
7.FC.20
Emeleusite
NaLiFeSiO A
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 31
9.DN.05
Emerylite
CaAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Emilite
CuPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 239
2.HB.05a
Emmonsite
(Fe)[(Te)O]2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 204
4.JM.10
Emplectite
CuBiS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 145
2.HA.05
Empressite
AgTe Rd
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 1043
2.CB.80
Enargite
CuAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 147
2.KA.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Endeiolite
Na,Ca,Ce,Nb,Si,Zr,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Endellite
AlSiO(OH)2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.ED.10
Endiopside
(Ca,Mg)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Englishite
KNaCaAl(OH)(PO)26HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 156
8.DH.55
Enstatite
MgSiO A
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 34 (2007), 185
9.DA.05
Enstatite-diopside
(Ca,Mg)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Eosphorite
MnAlPO(OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 157
8.DD.20
Ephesite
NaLiAl(SiAl)O(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1985), 337
9.EC.20
Epichlorite
Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.55
Epidesmine
CaAlSiO7HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.15
Epididymite
NaBeSiOHO G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1158
9.DG.55
Epidote
CaFeAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) G
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Epidote-(Pb)
CaPbFeAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Epidote-(Pb)
CaPbFeAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) D
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Epidote-(Sr)
CaSrFeAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) A
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 103 (2008), 400
9.BG.05a
Epigenite (of Sandberger)
Cu,Fe,As,S D
Mineralogical Magazine 47 (1983), 411
Epiianthinite
UO2HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Epileucite
K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Epinatrolite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Episericite
K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Epistilbite
Ca(SiAl)O16HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.45
Epistolite
NaTiNb(SiO)O(OH)4HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.30
Epsomite
MgSO7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 205
7.CB.40
Ercinite (of Napione)
(Ba,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Ercitite
NaMnPO(OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 893
8.DJ.35
Erdite
NaFeS2HO A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 509
2.FD.20
Ericaite
(Fe)BOCl G
American Mineralogist 41 (1956), 372
6.GA.05
Ericssonite
BaFe(Mn)O(SiO)(OH) Rd
Lithos 4 (1971), 137
9.BE.25
Erikite
(Ce,La,Nd,Th)PO D
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 85 (1962), 194
8.AC.50
Eriochalcite
CuCl2HO G
USA National Bureau of Standards Monograph 18 (1981)
3.BB.05
Erionite-Ca
Ca(SiAl)O28HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.20
Erionite-K
K(SiAl)O28HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.20
Erionite-Na
Na(SiAl)O28HO Rn
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 221
9.GD.20
Erlianite
(Fe)(Fe)SiO(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 50 (1986), 285
9.HC.05
Erlichmanite
OsS A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 202 (1992), 161
2.EB.05a
Ernienickelite
Ni(Mn)O3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 333
4.FL.20
Erniggliite
TlSnAsS A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 72 (1992), 293
2.GA.45
Ernstite
(Mn,Fe)AlPO(OH,O) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1970), 289
8.DD.20
Ershovite
KNa(Fe,Mn,Ti)SiO(OH,O)4HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 122 (1993) (1), 116
9.DF.15
Ertixiite
NaSiO A
Geochemistry (China) 4 (1985), 192
9.HA.05
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Erubescite
CuFeS D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Erythrite
Co(AsO)8HO G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 222 (2007), 676
8.CE.40
Erythrosiderite
KFeClHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 178
3.CJ.10
Eskebornite
CuFeSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 150
2.CB.10a
Eskimoite
AgPbBiS A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 131 (1977), 56
2.JB.40b
Eskolaite
G
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 785
4.CB.05
Esperanzaite
NaCaAl(AsO)F(OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 67
8.DM.05
Esperite
CaPbZn(SiO) A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1170
9.AB.15
Esseneite
CaFeAlSiO A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 148
9.DA.15
Ettringite
CaAl(SO)(OH)26HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 207
7.DG.15
Eucairite
CuAgSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 152
2.BA.25d
Euchlorine
KNaCuO(SO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 208
7.BC.30
Euchlorite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Euchroite
CuAsO(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 161
8.DC.07
Euclase
BeAlSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 227
9.AE.10
Eucryptite
LiAlSiO G
American Mineralogist 47 (1962), 557
9.AA.05
Eudialyte
NaCaFeZrSi(SiO)(O,OH,HO)(Cl,OH) A
Crystallography Reports 52 (2007), 47
9.CO.10
Eudidymite
NaBeSiOHO G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1158
9.DG.60
Eudnophite
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Eugenite
AgHg A
Mineralogia Polonica 17 (2) (1986), 3
1.AD.15c
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Eugsterite
NaCa(SO)2HO A
American Mineralogist 66 (1981), 632
7.CD.25
Eukamptite
Mg,K,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1988), 905
9.EC.20
Eulite
FeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Eulysite
FeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Eulytine
Bi(SiO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 231
9.AD.40
Euphyllite
K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1988), 905
9.EC.15
Euthalite
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Euthallite
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
Euxenite-(Y)
(Y,Ca,Ce,U,Th)(Nb,Ta,Ti)O A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 180
4.DG.05
Euzeolith
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O12HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Evansite
AlPO(OH)6HO(?) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 162
8.DF.10
Eveite
(Mn)AsO(OH) A
Arkiv fr Mineralogi och Geologi 4 (1968), 473
8.BB.30
Evenkite
CH G
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 133 (2004) (3), 80
10.BA.50
Eveslogite
(Ca,K,Na,Sr,Ba)(Ti,Nb,Fe,Mn)(OH)SiO(OH,F,Cl) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003) (1), 59
9.DG.97
Ewaldite
Ba(Na,Ca,Y,Ce,K)(CO)2.6HO A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 15 (1971), 185
5.CC.45
Exitle
SbO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
4.CB.55
Exitlite
SbO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
4.CB.55
Eylettersite
ThAl(PO)(OH) A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 95 (1972), 98
8.BL.13
Eyselite
Fe(Ge)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 1771
4.DM.20
Ezcurrite
NaBO(OH)2HO G
American Mineralogist 52 (1967), 1048
6.EB.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Eztlite
Pb(Fe)(TeO)(TeO)(OH)8HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 257
4.JN.20
Fabianite
CaBO(OH) A
Naturwissenschaften 49 (1962), 230
6.FC.20
Faheyite
BeMn(Fe)(PO)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 165
8.CA.15
Fahleite
CaZn(Fe)(AsO)14HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1988), 167
8.CH.55
Fahlerz
(Cu,Fe)SbS D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Fairbankite
PbTeO A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 453
4.JK.50
Fairbanksite
D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Fairchildite
KCa(CO) G
American Mineralogist 32 (1947), 607
5.AC.20
Fairfieldite
CaMn(PO)2HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1181
8.CG.05
Faizievite
LiKNa(CaNa)Ti(SiO)(SiO)F A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 163
9.CM.10
Falcondoite
NiSiO(OH)6HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 14 (1976), 407
9.EE.25
Falkenstenite
NaKMgAlSiO13HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.FA.35
Falkmanite
PbSbS Q
Canadian Mineralogist 25 (1987), 15
2.HC.15
Famatinite
CuSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 152
2.KA.10
Fangite
TlAsS A
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 1096
2.KA.15
Fargite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Farneseite
NaCa(SiAl)O(SO)6HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 17 (2005), 839
9.FB.05
Farelite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Farringtonite
Mg(PO) A
American Mineralogist 58 (1973), 949
8.AB.05
Fasciculite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Fassaite (of Dolomieu)
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Fassaite (of Werner)
Ca(Fe,Mg)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Faujasite-Ca
(Ca,Na,Mg)(Si,Al)O15HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.30
Faujasite-Mg
(Mg,Na,K,Ca)(Si,Al)O15HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.30
Faujasite-Na
(Na,Ca,Mg)(Si,Al)O15HO Rn
Natural Zeolites (Gottardi & Galli) (1985), 214
9.GD.30
Faustite
ZnAl(PO)(OH)4HO G
American Mineralogist 38 (1953), 964
8.DD.15
Fayalite
(Fe)SiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 234
9.AC.05
Fedorite
(K,Na)(Ca,Na)SiO(OH,F)3.5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 769
9.EE.80
Fedorovite
CaMg(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Fedorovskite
CaMgBO(OH) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 105 (1976), 71
6.DA.25
Fedotovite
KCuO(SO) A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 299 (1988), 961
7.BC.30
Feinglosite
PbZn(AsO,SO)(OH,HO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 61 (1997), 285
8.BG.05
Feitknechtite
MnO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 181
4.FE.25
Feklichevite
NaCa(Fe,Fe)ZrNb(SiO)(OH,HO,Cl,O) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (3), 55
9.CO.10
Felbertalite
CuPbBiS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2001), 961
2.JB.25b
Feldspar
(K,Na,Ca,Ba,NH)(Si,Al)O Group
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.30
Feldspath
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Felsbnyaite
Al(SO)(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 219
7.DD.05
Felspar
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Femaghastingsite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
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Femolite
(Mo,Fe)S D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Fenaksite
KNaFeSiO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 398 (2004), 524
9.DG.70
Fencooperite
Ba(Fe)SiO(CO)ClHO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1059
9.BH.20
Fenghuanglite
(Ce,Th)(SiO,PO)(OH,F) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Fengluanite
Pb,Sb,As D
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 408
Feranthophyllite
(Fe,Mg)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Ferberite
FeWO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 220
4.DB.30
Ferchromide
CrFe A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 115 (1986), 355
1.AE.15
Ferdisilicite
FeSi N
American Mineralogist 54 (1969), 1737
1.BB.20
-fergusonite-(Ce)
CeNbO A
American Mineralogist 60 (1975), 485
4.DG.10
-fergusonite-(Nd)
NdNbO A
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 406
4.DG.10
-fergusonite-(Y)
YNbO A
American Mineralogist 46 (1961), 1516
4.DG.10
Fergusonite-(Ce)
CeNbO0.3HO G
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 946
7.GA.05
Fergusonite-(Nd)
NdNbO N
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 946
7.GA.05
Fergusonite-(Y)
YNbO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 187
7.GA.05
Fermorite
Ca(AsO,PO)(OH,F) G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1991), 327
8.BN.05
Fernandinite
(Ca,Na,K)(V,V,Fe,Ti)O4HO Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 339
4.HE.20
Feroxyhyte
FeO(OH) A
Clay Minerals 28 (1993), 209
4.FE.40
Ferrarisite
Ca(AsOOH)(AsO)9HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 103 (1980), 533
8.CJ.30
Ferrazite
(Pb,Ba)(PO)8HO(?) D
Mineralogical Magazine 60 (1996), 841
8.BL.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Ferri-clinoholmquistite (of Caballero et al.)
(Na,K)(Li,Na)(Fe,Fe,Mg,Li,Al)SiO(OH,F) A
American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 167
9.DE.05
Ferriallanite-(Ce)
CaCeFeFeAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1641
9.BG.05b
Ferriandrosite-(REE)
(MnREE)(FeAlMn)(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05b
Ferri-annite
K(Fe,Mg)(Si,Fe)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferriannite
K(Fe)(Si,Fe)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferrian pargasite
Na(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Ferriarrojadite-(BaNa)
BaNa(CaNa)(Fe)Fe(PO)(POOH)(OH) H
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Ferribarroisite
[]NaCa[Mg(Fe)](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Ferribiotite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferric-ferronybite
NaNa[(Fe)(Fe)](SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.25
Ferric-nybite
NaNa[Mg(Fe)](SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.25
Ferriceladonite
KMgFeSiO(OH) H
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 285
9.EC.15
Ferri-clinoferroholmquistite
[]Li[(Fe)(Fe)]SiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1345
9.DE.05
Ferricopiapite
(Fe)(Fe)(SO)(OH)20HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 221
7.DB.35
Ferridissakisite-(REE)
(CaREE)(FeMgAl)(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05b
Ferridravite
(Na,K)(Fe,Mg)(Fe)(BO)SiO(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 433
Ferri-edenite
NaCa(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Ferriepidote (of Armbruster et al.)
Ca(Fe)Al(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Ferriepidote-(Pb)
CaPb(Fe)Al(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Ferriepidote-(Sr)
CaSr(Fe)Al(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Ferrierite-K
(K,Na)(SiAl)O18HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 533
9.GD.50
Ferrierite-Mg
[Mg(K,Na)Ca](SiAl)O18HO Rn
Mineralogical Magazine 50 (1986), 63
9.GD.50
Ferrierite-Na
(Na,K)(SiAl)O18HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 533
9.GD.50
Ferri-ferrobarroisite
NaCa[(Fe)(Fe)](SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Ferri-ferrotschermakite
[]Ca[(Fe)(Fe)](SiAl)O(OH) Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Ferri-ferrowinchite
NaCa[(Fe)Fe]SiO(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 168
9.DE.20
Ferri-feruvite
Ca[(Fe)Fe][(Fe)Mg](BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Ferriglaucophane
Na(Mg,Fe,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Ferrihedrite
(Mg,Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DD.05
Ferrihydrite
(Fe)(OH,O) A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1412
4.FE.35
Ferrikaersutite
NaCa(Mg,Ti,Al)(Fe)(SiAl)O(OH,O) N
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1163
9.DE.10
Ferrikatophorite
NaNaCa(Fe)Fe(SiAl)O(OH) Q
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Ferrilotharmeyerite
CaZn(Fe)(AsOOH)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 30 (1992), 225
8.CG.15
Ferri-magnesiokatophorite
NaNaCa(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) N
Crystallography Reports 48 (2003), 16
9.DE.20
Ferri-magnesiotaramite
NaCaMg(Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Ferrimolybdite
(Fe)(MoO)7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 222
7.GB.30
Ferrimuscovite
K(Fe)(SiFe)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferrinatrite
NaFe(SO)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 223
7.CC.35
Ferri-ottoliniite
[]NaLi[(Fe)Mg]SiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 888
9.DE.15
Ferripedrizite
NaLi[(Fe)MgLi]SiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 976
9.DE.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Ferri-phengite
K(Al,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Ferriphlogopite
KMg(SiFe)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferripumpellyite
CaMg(Fe,Al)(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
Ferripyrophyllite
FeSiO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 239
9.EC.10
Ferririchterite
Na(Mg,Fe,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Ferrisicklerite
Li(Fe,Mn)PO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 174
8.AB.10
Ferristrunzite
Fe(Fe)(PO)(OH)5HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1987), 453
8.DC.25
Ferrisurite
Pb(Fe)SiO(CO)(OH)nHO A
American Mineralogist 77 (1992), 1107
9.EC.75
Ferrisymplesite
(Fe)(AsO)(OH)5HO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 176
8.CE.40
Ferritaramite
NaNaCa[(Fe)(Fe)](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Ferrithorite
Th,Fe,Si,O,OH D
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 8 (1986) (1), 88
9.AD.30
Ferrititanbiotite
K(Mg,Fe,Ti)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferri-tremolite
Ca(Fe,Mg)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Ferritschermakite
[]Ca[Mg(Fe)](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Ferritungstite
(W,Fe)(O,OH)n(HO,K,Ca,Na) A
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 567
4.DH.15
Ferri-uvite
Ca[(Fe)Mg][(Fe)Mg](BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Ferriwhittakerite
Na(NaLi)[(Fe)MgLi]SiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 888
9.DE.15
Ferriwinchite
[]CaNaMgFeSiO(OH) A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 134 (2005) (3), 74
9.DE.20
Ferriwodanite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferriwotanite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Ferro-johannsenite (of Chudoba)
Ca(Fe,Mn)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Ferro-actinolite
[]Ca(Fe)SiO(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1239
9.DE.10
Ferro-actinolitic hornblende
Ca(Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Ferroalluaudite
NaFe(Fe)(PO) Rn
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 227
8.AC.10
Ferroalluaudite-Na[]
NaFe(Fe)(PO) N
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 227
8.AC.10
Ferroalluaudite-NaNa
(Na[])Fe(Fe)(PO) N
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 227
8.AC.10
Ferro-alumino-barroisite
NaCa[(Fe)Al](SiAl)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Ferroaluminoceladonite
KFeAlSiO(OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EC.15
Ferro-alumino-tschermakite
Ca[(Fe)Al](SiAl)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Ferro-alumino-winchite
NaCa[(Fe)Al]SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Ferroalunite
K(Al,Fe)(SO)(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Ferroan pargasite
NaCa(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Ferroan pargasitic hornblende
NaCa(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Ferro-anthophyllite
[](Fe)SiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.05
Ferroaugite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Ferrobabingtonite
Ca(Fe,Mn)FeSiO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Ferrobarroisite
[]NaCa[(Fe)AlFe](SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Ferrobustamite
CaFeSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 245
9.DG.05
Ferrocarpholite
FeAlSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 246
9.DB.05
Ferroceladonite
KFeFeSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 82 (1997), 503
9.EC.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Ferroclinoholmquistite
Li(Fe,Mg)AlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Ferro-eckermannite
NaNa[(Fe)Al]SiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.25
Ferro-edenite
NaCa(Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 651
9.DE.10
Ferro-edenitic hornblende
NaCa(Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Ferroferrimargarite
CaAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Ferro-ferri-muscovite
K(Fe,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferro-ferri-tschermakite
Ca(Fe)(Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Ferro-ferriwinchite
Na(Ca,Mn)(Fe,Mn,Fe)SiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Ferrofillowite
CaNa(Fe,Mg,Mn)(PO) D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Ferrogedrite
[](Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1359
9.DE.05
Ferroglaucophane
[]Na[(Fe)Al]SiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.25
Ferrohagendorfite
NaCa(Fe)(PO) H
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 227
8.AC.10
Ferrohalotrichite
FeAl(SO)22HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Ferrohastingsite
NaCa(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Ferrohedenbergite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Ferrohexahydrite
FeSO6HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 91 (1962), 490
7.CB.25
Ferrohgbomite-2N2S
(Fe,Mg,Zn,Al)(Al,Ti,Fe)O(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 957
4.CB.20
Ferrohgbomite-6N12S
(Fe)AlTiO(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.CB.20
Ferroholmquistite
Li(Fe)AlSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 1167
9.DE.05
Ferrohornblende
[]Ca[(Fe)Al](SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Ferrohypersthene
FeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Ferrokaersutite
NaCa[(Fe)Ti](SiAl)O(OH) A
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2B, 2nd ed. (1997), Table 21, anal. 18, 19
9.DE.10
Ferrokentbrooksite
NaCa(Fe)ZrNb(SiO)(O,OH,HO)(F,Cl) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 55
9.CO.10
Ferroksterite
Cu(Fe,Zn)SnS A
Canadian Mineralogist 27 (1989), 673
2.CB.15a
Ferrokhristovite-(REE)
CaREEFeMnAl(SiO)(SiO)F(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05c
Ferrokinoshitalite
Ba(Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 1445
9.EC.35
Ferrolaueite
Fe(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO A
Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification Publication pending
8.DC.30
Ferroleakeite
Na[(Fe)(Fe)Li]SiO(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.25
Ferrolizardite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
9.ED.15
Ferromuscovite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferronickelplatinum
Pt(Ni,Fe) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 487
1.AG.40
Ferronigerite-2N1S
(Al,Fe,Zn)(Al,Sn)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.FC.20
Ferronigerite-6N6S
(Al,Fe,Zn)(Al,Sn,Fe)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.FC.20
Ferronordite-(Ce)
NaSrCeFeSiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 127 (1998) (1), 32
9.DO.15
Ferronordite-(La)
NaSrLaFeSiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (2), 53
9.DO.15
Ferronybite
NaNa[(Fe)Al](SiAl)O(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.25
Ferropargasite
NaCa[(Fe)Al](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 651
9.DE.10
Ferro-pargasitic hornblende
NaCa(Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Ferropedrizite
Li[Li(Fe)FeAl]SiO(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.05
Ferropericlase
(Mg,Fe)O Q
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 433
4.AB.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Ferrophengite
K,Fe,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferro-phlogopite
K(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferrophlogopite
K(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ferropigeonite
(Fe,Mg,Ca)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.10
Ferroplatinum
Pt,Fe D
Canadian Mineralogist 13 (1975), 117
Ferropseudobrookite
(Fe,Mg)(Ti,V)O D
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 1377
4.CB.15
Ferropumpellyite
Ca(Mg,Fe)Al(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
Ferrorhodsite
FeRhS A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 127 (1998) (5), 37
2.DA.05
Ferrorichterite
NaCa(Fe)SiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 518
9.DE.20
Ferrorosemaryite
[]NaFeFeAl(PO) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 17 (2005), 749
8.AC.15
Ferrosalite (of Hess)
CaFeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Ferrosaponite
Ca(Fe,Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH)4HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003) (2), 68
9.EC.45
Ferroselite
FeSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 156
2.EB.10a
Ferrosilite
(Fe)(SiO) Rn
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Ferroskutterudite
(Fe,Co)As A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 417 (2007), 1278
2.EC.05
Ferrostibian
(Mn,Ca)(Mn,Fe)SbSiO D
Arkiv fr Mineralogi och Geologi 4 (1967), 449
Ferrostilpnomelane
K,Fe,Mg,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EG.40
Ferrostrunzite
Fe(Fe)(PO)(OH)6HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1983), 524
8.DC.25
Ferrotaaffeite-6N'3S
Be(Fe)AlO Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.FC.25
Ferrotellurite
FeTeO(?) Q
American Journal of Science 14 (1877), 423
7.AB.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Ferrotitanowodginite
(Fe)(Ti,Sn,Ta,Fe)(Ta,Nb)O A
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 773
4.DB.40
Ferro-tremolite
Ca(Fe,Mg)Si)(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Ferrotschermakite
[]Ca[(Fe)AlFe](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 651
9.DE.10
Ferro-tschermakitic hornblende
Ca(Fe,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Ferrotychite
Na(Fe)(CO)(SO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 600
5.BF.05
Ferrowinchite
[]NaCa[(Fe)Al]SiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Ferrowodginite
Fe(Sn,Ti,Ta,Fe)(Ta,Nb)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 30 (1992), 633
4.DB.40
Ferrowyllieite
(Na,Ca,Mn)(Fe)Al(PO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 227
8.AC.15
Ferruccite
NaBF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 196
3.CA.05
Fersilicite
FeSi N
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 185 (1969), 416
1.BB.15
Fersmanite
Ca(Na,Ca)(Ti,Nb)(SiO)OF G
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1421
9.BE.72
Fersmite
(Ca,Ce,Na)(Nb,Ta,Ti)(O,OH,F) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 197
4.DG.05
Ferutite
(La,Ce)(Y,U,Fe)(Ti,Fe)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 447
Feruvite
Ca(Fe)(AlMg)(BO)SiO(OH)F A
Canadian Mineralogist 27 (1989), 199
9.CK.05
Fervanite
(Fe)(V)O5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 198
4.HG.05
Fetiasite
(Fe,Fe,Ti)O(As)O A
American Mineralogist 79 (1994), 996
4.JB.05
Fettelite
AgHgAsS A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1996), 313
2.LA.30
Feuermineral
(Cu,Ge)FeSnS D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
2.CB.30
Feugasite
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O8HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.30
Fianelite
(Mn)VO2HO A
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 1270
8.FC.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Fibroferrite
FeSO(OH)5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 226
7.DC.15
Fichtelite
CH G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 227
10.BA.05
Ficinite (of Kenngott)
MgSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Fiedlerite
PbClF(OH)HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 69
3.DC.10
Filatovite
K(Al,Zn)(As,Si)O A
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 533
8.AC.85
Filipstadite
(Mn,Mg)(Sb,Fe)O A
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 413
4.BB.05
Fillowite
NaCa(Mn)(PO) G
Science in China D48 (2005), 635
8.AC.50
Fingerite
CuO(VO) A
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 193
8.BB.80
Finnemanite
Pb(AsO)Cl G
Acta Crystallographica B64 (2008), 34
4.JB.45
Fischesserite
AgAuSe A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 94 (1971), 381
2.BA.40a
Fizlyite
AgPbSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 158
2.JB.40a
Flagstaffite
CHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 228
10.CA.10
Fleischerite
PbGe(SO)(OH)3HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1960), 132
7.DF.25
Fletcherite
CuNiS A
Economic Geology 72 (1977), 480
2.DA.05
Flinkite
(Mn)MnAsO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 183
8.BE.30
Flockite
(Ca,Na,K)(Si,Al)O7HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.35
Flogopite
K(Mg,Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Flokite
(Ca,Na,K)(Si,Al)O7HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.35
Florencite-(Ce)
CeAl(PO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 301
8.BL.13
Florencite-(La)
LaAl(PO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 301
8.BL.13
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Florencite-(Nd)
NdAl(PO)(OH) A
Powder Diffraction 1 (1986), 330
8.BL.13
Florenskyite
FeTiP A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1082
1.BD.15
Florensovite
CuCrS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 118 (1) (1989), 57
2.DA.05
Fluckite
CaMn(AsOOH)2HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 103 (1980), 122
8.CB.15
Fluellite
Al(PO)F(OH)7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 188
8.DE.10
Fluoborite
Mg(BO)F G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 230
6.AB.50
Fluocerite-(Ce)
CeF A
Mineralogical Magazine 47 (1983), 41
3.AC.15
Fluocerite-(La)
LaF A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 204
3.AC.15
Fluochlore
(Ca,Na)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Fluorannite
K(Fe)(SiAl)OF A
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 683
9.EC.20
Fluor-arfvedsonite
Na(Fe,)FeSiOF N
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 1011
9.DE.25
Fluorarrojadite-(BaFe)
NaCaBaFe(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)F A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Fluorarrojadite-(BaNa)
BaNa(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)F Rn
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Fluorarrojadite-(KNa)
KNa(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)F H
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Fluorarrojadite-(NaFe)
NaFe(CaNa)(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)F H
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Fluorbritholite-(Ce)
CaCe(Si,P)OF A
Journal of Wuhan Institute of Technology 9 (3) (1994), 9
9.AH.25
Fluorcalciobritholite
(CaCe)[(SiO)(PO)]F A
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 95
9.AH.25
Fluorcaphite
Ca(PO)F A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 126 (1997) (3), 87
8.BN.05
Fluor-chromdravite
NaMgCr(BO)SiO(OH)F H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Fluor-dravite
NaMgAl(BO)SiO(OH)F H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Fluor-elbaite
Na(LiAl)Al(BO)SiO(OH)F H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Fluor-foitite
[][(Fe)Al]Al(BO)SiO(OH)F H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Fluorite
CaF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 205
3.AB.25
Fluor-Mg-foitite
[](MgAl)Al(BO)SiO(OH)F H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Fluor-nybite
(Na,Ca,[])(Mg,Al,Fe)(SiAl)OF D
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 577
9.DE.25
Fluoro-alumino-magnesiotaramite
NaCaMgAl(SiAl)OF A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1428
9.DE.20
Fluorocannilloite
CaCa(MgAl)(SiAl)OF A
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 995
9.DE.10
Fluoro-edenite
NaCaMg(SiAl)OF A
American Mineralogist 86 (2001), 1489
9.DE.10
Fluoro-ferri-magnesiokatophorite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)(SiAl)OF N
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 733
9.DE.20
Fluoro-ferroleakeite
NaNa[(Fe)(Fe)Li]SiF A
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 226
9.DE.25
Fluor-olenite
NaAlAl(BO)SiOOF H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Fluoro-magnesio-arfvedsonite
NaNa(MgFe)SiOF A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 129 (2000) (6), 28
9.DE.25
Fluoro-magnesiohastingsite
NaCa(MgFe)(SiAl)OF A
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 503
9.DE.10
Fluoro-magnesiokatophorite
NaCaMg(SiAl)OF N
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1171
9.DE.20
Fluoronybite
NaNa(AlMg)(SiAl)OF A
Mineralogical Magazine 67 (2003), 769
9.DE.25
Fluoro-oxy-ferri-magnesiokatophorite
NaCa(MgFe)(SiAl)O(F,O,OH) N
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 733
9.DE.20
Fluoropargasite
NaCa(MgAl)(SiAl)OF A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1423
9.DE.10
Fluorophlogopite
KMg(SiAl)OF A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1601
9.EC.20
Fluoro-potassichastingsite
KCa(Fe)MgFe(SiAl)OF A
Canadian Mineralogist Publication pending
9.DE.10
Fluoro-potassic-magnesio-arfvedsonite
KNaMgFeSiOF Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1329
9.DE.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Fluoro-potassicrichterite
KNaCaMgSiOF A
Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rendiconti, Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche, e Naturali ser. 9, 3 (1992), 239
9.DE.20
Fluororichterite
NaCaMgSiOF A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 122 (1993) (3), 98
9.DE.20
Fluoro-sodic-pedrizite
NaLi(MgAlLi)SiOF A
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 732
9.DE.05
Fluorotaramite
NaCa[(Fe)AlFe](SiAl)OF N
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 577
9.DE.20
Fluorotremolite
[]CaMgSiOF N
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1171
9.DE.10
Fluorphlogopite
K(Mg,Fe)(SiAl)O(F,OH) D
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 545
9.EC.20
Fluor-riebeckite
[]Na[(Fe)(Fe)]SiOF N
Canadian Mineralogist 16 (1978), 187
9.DE.25
Fluor-rossmanite
[](AlLi)Al(BO)SiO(OH)F N
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Fluor-schorl
Na(Fe)Al(BO)SiO(OH)F N
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006)m 583
9.CK.05
Fluortainiolite
KLiMgSiOF D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Fluorthalnite-(Y)
YSiOF A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk (in Russian) 354 (1997), 77
9.BJ.20
Fluorvesuvianite
Ca(Al,Mg)(SiO)(SiO)O(F,OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1371
9.BG.35
Fluosiderite
Ca,Mg,Si,O,F D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.AF.45
Foggite
CaAlPO(OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 60 (1975), 957
8.DL.05
Foitite
[][(Fe)Al]AlSiO(BO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 1299
9.CK.05
Foliated zeolite
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Fontanite
Ca(UO)(CO)O6HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 4 (1992), 1271
5.EC.05
Foordite
SnNbO A
Canadian Mineralogist 26 (1988), 889
4.DG.15
Footemineite
Ca(Mn)Be(PO)(OH)6HO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1
8.DA.10
Forbesite
Ni,Co,AsO,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 14 (1976), 414
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Foresite
Na,Li,Ca,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Formanite-(Y)
YTaO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 207
7.GA.10
Formicaite
Ca(CHOO) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 128 (1999) (2), 43
10.AA.05
Fornacite
CuPb(CrO)(AsO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 192
7.FC.10
Forsterite
MgSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 262
9.AC.05
Foshagite
Ca(SiO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 263
9.DG.15
Foshallasite
CaSiO3HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.HA.55
Foucherite
Ca,Fe,PO,SO,OH,HO D
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 26 (1979), 79
Fougrite
(Fe,Mg)(Fe)(OH)4HO A
Clays and Clay Minerals 55 (2007), 323
4.FE.05
Fourmarierite
PbO(UO)(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 208
4.GB.25
Fowlerite (of Shepard)
(Mn,Zn)SiO Q
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 969
9.DK.05
Fraipontite
(Zn,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 265
9.ED.15
Francevillite
Ba(UO)(VO)5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 193
4.HB.15
Franciscanite
(Mn)V(SiO)(O,OH) A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1522
9.AF.75
Francisite
CuBi(SeO)OCl A
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 1421
4.JG.25
Franckeite
Fe(Pb,Sn)SnSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 160
2.HF.25b
Francoanellite
KAl(POOH)(PO)12HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1976), 49
8.CH.25
Franoisite-(Ce)
Ce(UO)O(OH)(PO)6HO A
Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification Publication pending
8.EC.05
Franoisite-(Nd)
Nd(UO)(PO)O(OH)6HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 111 (1988), 443
8.EC.05
Franconite
NaNbO9HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 22 (1984), 239
4.FM.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Frankamenite
KNaCaSiO(F,OH)HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (2), 106
9.DG.90
Frankdicksonite
BaF A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 885
3.AB.25
Frankhawthorneite
CuTeO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 33 (1995), 641
4.FD.25
Franklinfurnaceite
Ca(Mn)MnFeZnSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 812
9.EC.55
Franklinite
Zn(Fe)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 211
4.BB.05
Franklinphilite
KMn(Si,Al)(O,OH)nHO A
Mineralogical Record 23 (1992), 465
9.EG.40
Fransoletite
CaBe(PO)(POOH)4HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 106 (1983), 499
8.CA.05
Franzinite
(Na,K)Ca(SiAl)O(SO)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 657
9.FB.05
Frauenglas
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Freboldite
CoSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 161
2.CC.05
Fredrikssonite
MgMnO(BO) A
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 105 (1983), 335
6.AB.30
Freedite
CuPb(AsO)OCl A
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 845
4.JB.65
Freibergite
AgCuFeSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 162
2.GB.05
Freieslebenite
AgPbSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 163
2.JB.15
Fresnoite
BaTiO(SiO) A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 314
9.BE.15
Freudenbergite
Na[(Ti)Fe]O A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 213
4.CC.10
Freyalite
Ce,Th,Ca,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 1059
Friedelite
(Mn)SiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 271
9.EE.10
Friedrichite
CuPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 16 (1978), 127
2.HB.05a
Frigidite
Cu,Ni,Sb,S D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 99
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Fritzscheite
Mn(UO)(VO,PO)4HO G
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 93 (1970), 320
4.HB.15
Frohbergite
FeTe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 165
2.EB.10a
Frolovite
Ca[B(OH)] G
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 86 (1957), 622
6.AC.20
Frondelite
Mn(Fe)(PO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 198
8.BC.10
Froodite
PdBi G
Canadian Mineralogist 6 (1958), 200
2.AC.45a
Fuchsite
K(Al,Cr)AlSiO(OH,F) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Fuenzalidaite
KNaMg(IO)(SO)6HO A
American Mineralogist 79 (1994), 1003
7.DG.40
Fukalite
CaSiO(CO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 94 (2009), 323
9.DQ.05
Fukuchilite
CuFeS A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1168
2.EB.05a
Fullerite
C N
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1363
1.CB.05c
Flppite
PbSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 168
2.HC.10a
Funkite
CaFeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Furongite
Al(UO)(PO)(OH)58HO A
Acta Crystallographica A37 (1981), C186
8.EB.50
Furutobeite
(Cu,Ag)PbS A
Bulletin de Minralogie 104 (1981), 737
2.BE.10
Gabrielite
TlAgCuAsS A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 135
2.HD.60
Gabrielsonite
PbFeAsO(OH) A
Arkiv fr Mineralogi och Geologi 4 (1967), 401
8.BH.35
Gadolinite-(Ce)
CeFeBeO(SiO) A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 188
9.AJ.20
Gadolinite-(Y)
YFeBeO(SiO) A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 996
9.AJ.20
Gaebhardite
K(Al,Cr)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Gagarinite-(Y)
NaCaYF A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 214
3.AB.35
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Gageite
(Mn)SiO(OH) G
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 382
9.DH.35
Gahnite
ZnAlO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 215
4.BB.05
Gaidonnayite
NaZrSiO2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1974), 316
9.DM.15
Gainesite
Na(Be,Li)(Zr,Zn)(PO)1.5HO A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 1022
8.CA.20
Gaitite
CaZn(AsO)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 197
8.CG.05
Gajite
Ca,Mg,OH,CO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Galactite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Galaxite
MnAlO G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1225
4.BB.05
Galeite
Na(SO)ClF A
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 485
7.BD.10
Galena
PbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 170
2.CD.10
Galenobismutite
PbBiS G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 159
2.JB.45
Galenobornite
(Cu,Pb)FeS D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Galgenbergite-(Ce)
CaCe(CO)HO A
Mitteilungen, sterreichische Mineralogische Gesellschaft 143 (1998), 200
5.CC.40
Galileiite
Na(Fe)(PO) A
Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences 32 (1997), A155
8.AC.50
Galkhaite
(Cs,Tl,[])(Hg,Cu,Zn)(As,Sb)S A
New Data on Minerals 41 (2006), 26
2.GB.20
Gallite
CuGaS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 173
2.CB.10a
Gallobeudantite
PbGa(AsO)(SO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 1305
8.BL.05
Gamagarite
Ba(Fe)(VO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 205
8.BG.05
Gamsigradite
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Gananite
BiF A
Acta Petrologica et Mineralogica (in Chinese); = Yanshi Kuangwuxue Zazhi 3 (1984), 119
3.AC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Ganomalite
PbCa(SiO)(SiO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 277
9.BG.25
Ganophyllite
(K,Na)x(Mn,Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH)nHO (x=1-2; n=7-11) G
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 1324
9.EG.30
Ganterite
Ba(Na,K)Al(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1271
9.EC.15
Gaotaiite
IrTe A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 15 (1995), 1
2.EB.05a
Garavellite
FeSbBiS A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 99
2.HA.20
Garnet
(Ca,Fe,Mg,Mn)(Al,Fe,Mn,Cr,Ti,V)(SiO) Group
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 360
9.AD.25
Garrelsite
NaBaBSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 279
9.AJ.15
Garronite
NaCa(SiAl)O13HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.05
Gartrellite
PbCuFe(AsO)(OH)HO Rd
European Journal of Mineralogy 10 (1998), 179
8.CG.20
Garyansellite
(Mg,Fe)(PO)(OH,HO) A
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 207
8.CC.05
Gasparite-(Ce)
CeAsO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 67 (1987), 103
8.AD.50
Gaspite
NiCO A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 677
5.AB.05
Gastaldite
Na(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Gatehouseite
(Mn)(PO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 57 (1993), 309
8.BD.10
Gatelite-(Ce)
(Ca,Ce)(Al,Mg,Fe)(SiO)(SiO)(O,F,OH) A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 223
9.BG.50
Gatumbaite
CaAl(PO)(OH)HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1977), 561
8.DJ.10
Gaudefroyite
Ca(Mn)(BO)(CO)(O,OH) A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 87 (1964), 216
6.AB.60
Gaultite
NaZnSiO5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 855
9.GF.20
Gaylussite
NaCa(CO)5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 241
5.CB.35
Gearksite
CaAlFOHHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 32 (1962), 262
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Gearksutite
CaAlF(OH)HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 218
3.CC.05
Gebhardite
Pb(As)OCl A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1983), 445
4.JB.50
Gedrite
[]MgAl(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 703
9.DE.05
Geerite
CuS A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 519
2.BA.05c
Geffroyite
(Cu,Fe,Ag)Se A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 29 (1982), 151
2.BB.15a
Gehlenite
CaAl(SiAl)O G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1685
9.BB.10
Geigerite
(Mn)(AsO)(AsOOH)10HO A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 676
8.CE.05
Geikielite
MgTiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 220
4.CB.05
Gelnicite
HgPbSbS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.HF
Gelzircon
ZrSiOnHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
9.AD.30
Geminite
Cu(AsOOH)HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 70 (1990), 309
8.CB.30
Gengenbachite
KFe(HPO)(HPO)6HO A
Aufschluss 58 (2007), 125
8.CA.65
Genkinite
PtSb A
Canadian Mineralogist 15 (1977), 389
2.AC.35a
Genthelvite
BeZn(SiO)S G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 283
9.FB.10
Gentnerite
CuFeCrS D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
2.CB.10a
Geocronite
Pb(Sb,As)S G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 178
2.JB.30a
Georgbarsanovite
Na(Mn,Sr,REE)Ca(Fe)ZrNbSiOClHO A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 134 (2005) (6), 47
9.CO.10
Georgbokiite
CuO(SeO)Cl A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 364 (1999), 134
4.JG.05
Georgechaoite
KNaZrSiO2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 1
9.DM.15
Georgeericksenite
NaCaMg(IO)(CrO)12HO A
American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 390
4.KD.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Georgeite
CuCO(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 55 (1991), 163
5.BA.10
Georgiadesite
Pb(AsO)Cl(OH) G
Mineralogical Magazine 64 (2000), 879
4.JB.70
Gerasimovskite
MnNbO9HO(?) G
American Mineralogist 43 (1958), 1220
4.FM.25
Gerdtremmelite
ZnAlAsO(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1985), 1
8.BE.40
Gerenite-(Y)
(Ca,Na)YSiO2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 793
9.CJ.45
Gerhardtite
CuNO(OH) G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1447
5.NB.05
Germanite
CuFeGeS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 179
2.CB.30
Germanocolusite
CuVGeS A
Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Geologiya ser. ser. 4, 47 (1992) (6), 50
2.CB.30
Germarite
Mg,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Gersbyite
(Mg,Fe)Al(PO)(OH) D
Arkiv fr Mineralogi och Geologi 3 (1963), 413
NiAsS Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1513
2.EB.25
(Ni,Co)AsS Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 27
2.EB.25
Gersdorffite-Pa3
Ni(As,S) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 27
2.EB.25
Gerstleyite
NaSbS2HO G
American Mineralogist 41 (1956), 839
2.HE.05
Gerstmannite
MnMgZnSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 51
9.AE.25
Getchellite
SbAsS A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1817
2.FA.35
Geversite
PtSb A
Zeitschrift fr Anorganische und Allgemeine Chemie 620 (1994), 393
2.EB.05a
Gianellaite
HgSON A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1977), 119
3.DD.30
Giannettite
NaCa(Ti,Mn,Fe,Ce)SiO(F,O,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.BE.22
Gibbsite
Al(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 222
4.FE.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Gibsonite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Giessenite
(Cu,Fe)Pb(Bi,Sb)S A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 43 (1963), 471
2.HB.10b
Gigantolite
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1988), 905
9.EC.15
Gilalite
CuSiO7HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 639
9.HE.05
Gilbertite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Gillardite
CuNiCl(OH) A
Australian Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2007), 15
3.DA.10c
Gillespite
BaFeSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 287
9.EA.05
Gillulyite
TlAsS A
American Mineralogist 76 (1991), 653
2.JC.10
Gilmarite
(Cu)(AsO)(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 549
8.BE.25
Giniite
Fe(Fe)(PO)(OH)2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1980), 49
8.DB.50
Ginorite
CaBO(OH)5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 247
6.FC.15
Ginzburgite (of Voloshin et al.)
CaBeAlSiO(OH)3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.20
Giobertite
MgCO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Giorgiosite
Mg(CO)(OH)5HO Q
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1975), 196
5.DA.05
Giraudite
Cu(Fe,Zn)AsSe A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 29 (1982), 151
2.GB.05
Girdite
Pb(TeO)(TeO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 453
4.JL.30
Girnarite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Girvasite
NaCaMg(PO)[PO(OH)]CO(OH)4HO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 12 (1990) (3), 79
8.DO.05
Gismondine
Ca(SiAl)O8HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.05
Gismondite
CaAlSiO4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Gittinsite
CaZrSiO A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 201
9.BC.05
Giuseppettite
NaKCaSiAlO(SO)Cl5HO A
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 73 (2004), 129
9.FB.05
Gjerdingenite-Ca
K(HO)Ca(Nb,Ti)(SiO)(O,OH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 529
9.CE.30c
Gjerdingenite-Fe
K(HO)Fe(Nb,Ti)(SiO)(O,OH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1629
9.CE.30c
Gjerdingenite-Mn
KMn(Nb,Ti)(SiO)(O,OH)6HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 979
9.CE.30c
Gjerdingenite-Na
(K,Na)(HO)Na(Nb,Ti)(SiO)(OH,O)3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 529
9.CE.30c
Gladite
CuPbBiS G
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1147
2.HB.05a
Gladiusite
(Fe)(Fe)PO(OH)HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 1477
8.DF.40
Glagolevite
NaMg(SiAl)O(OH)HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003) (1), 67
9.EC.55
Glaserite (of Hausmann)
KNa(SO) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
7.AC.35
Glauberite
NaCa(SO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 250
7.AD.25
Glaucocerinite
ZnAl(SO)(OH)nHO G
Mineralogical Magazine 49 (1985), 583
7.DD.35
Glaucochroite
CaMnSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 291
9.AC.05
Glaucodot
CoFeAsS G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1183
2.EB.10c
Glauconite
(K,Na)(Fe,Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) Group
Reviews in Mineralogy 13 (1984), 545
9.EC.15
Glaucophane
[]Na(MgAl)SiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.25
Glaukosphaerite
(Cu,Ni)CO(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 787
5.BA.10
Glockerite
FeO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 599
Glottalite
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Glucine
CaBe(PO)(OH)0.5HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 218
8.DA.45
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Glushinskite
MgCO2HO Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 51 (1987), 327
10.AB.10
Gmelinite-Ca
Ca(SiAl)O11HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.05
Gmelinite-K
K(SiAl)O11HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (3), 65
9.GD.05
Gmelinite-Na
Na(SiAl)O11HO Rn
Natural Zeolites (Gottardi & Galli) (1985), 168
9.GD.05
Gobbinsite
Na(SiAl)O11HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 615
9.GC.05
Godlevskite
(Ni,Fe)S A
Geologiya Rudnykh Mestorozhdenii 11 (1969), 115
2.BB.15b
Godovikovite
(NH)Al(SO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 117 (1988), 208
7.AC.20
Goedkenite
SrAl(PO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 60 (1975), 957
8.BG.05
Goeschwitzite
(K,HO)Al(SiAl)O(HO,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Goethite
FeO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 223
4.FD.10
Gold
Au G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 189
1.AA.05
Goldamalgam
(Au,Ag)Hg N
Dizhi Lunping (in Chinese) 27 (1981), 107
1.AD.20b
Goldfieldite
CuTeS Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 190
2.GB.05
Goldichite
KFe(SO)4HO G
American Mineralogist 40 (1955), 469
7.CC.40
Goldmanite
Ca(V)(SiO) A
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 644
9.AD.25
Goldquarryite
CuCdAl(PO)F10HO A
Mineralogical Record 34 (2003), 237
8.DB.65
Golyshevite
NaCaZrFeSiNb(SiO)(SiO)(OH)(CO)HO A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 134 (2005) (6), 36
9.CO.10
Gonnardite
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O3HO Rd
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 1445
9.GA.05
Gonyerite
(Mn)Fe(SiFe)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 298
9.EC.55
Goongarrite
Pb,Ag,Bi,S D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 127 (1976), 62
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Goosecreekite
Ca(SiAl)O5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 323
9.GB.25
Gorceixite
BaAl(PO)(POOH)(OH) G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 951
8.BL.10
Gordaite
NaZn(SO)(OH)Cl6HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1997), 155
7.DF.50
Gordonite
MgAl(PO)(OH)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 221
8.DC.30
Grgeyite
KCa(SO)HO G
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 266
7.CD.30
Gormanite
(Fe)Al(PO)(OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 19 (1981), 381
8.DC.45
Gortdrumite
CuFeHgS A
Mineralogical Magazine 47 (1983), 35
2.BD.10
Goslarite
ZnSO7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 258
7.CB.40
Gottardiite
NaMgCaAlSiO93HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 8 (1996), 687
9.GF.10
Gottlobite
CaMg(VO)OH A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2000), 444
8.BH.35
Gtzenite
NaCaTi(SiO)OF A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.22
Goudeyite
CuAl(AsO)(OH)3HO A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 704
8.DL.15
Gourite
Na(Ti,Fe)Si(O,F) D
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 84 (1961), 191
Gowerite
Ca[BO(OH)][B(OH)]3HO A
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 911
6.EC.10
Goyazite
SrAl(PO)(POOH)(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 224
8.BL.10
Graemite
CuTeOHO A
Mineralogical Record 6 (1975), 32
4.JM.15
Graeserite
FeTiAsO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 1083
4.JB.55
Graftonite
(Fe,Mn,Ca)(PO) G
American Mineralogist 53 (1968), 742
8.AB.20
Gramaccioliite-(Y)
(Pb,Sr)(Y,Mn)(Fe)(Ti,Fe)O A
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 171
4.CC.40
Grammatite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Grammatit-strahlstein
CaMgSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Granatite (of Daubenton)
KAlSiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Grandidierite
MgAlO(BO)SiO G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 863
9.AJ.05
Grandreefite
Pb(SO)F A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 927
7.BD.45
Grantsite
(Na,Ca)x(V,V)O4HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 224
4.HG.55
Graphite
C G
Australian Journal of Chemistry 42 (1989), 479
1.CB.05a
Gratonite
PbAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 193
2.JB.55
Grattarolaite
(Fe)OPO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 9 (1997), 1101
8.BE.10
Graulichite-(Ce)
Ce(Fe)(AsO)(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 733
8.BL.13
Gravegliaite
Mn(SO)3HO A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 197 (1991), 97
4.JE.05
Grayite
(Th,Pb,Ca)POHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 227
8.CJ.45
Grechishchevite
HgSBrClI A
Journal of Structural Chemistry 45 (2004), 437
2.FC.15c
Greenalite
(Fe,Fe)SiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 302
9.ED.15
Greenockite
CdS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 194
2.CB.45
Gregoryite
NaCO A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 137 (2008) (4), 101
5.AA.10
Greifensteinite
CaBe(Fe)(PO)(OH)6HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 131 (2002) (4), 47
8.DA.10
Greigite
FeS A
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 543
2.DA.05
Grenatite (of Daubenton)
KAlSiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Grenmarite
NaMnZr(SiO)OF A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.25
Griceite
LiF A
Canadian Mineralogist 27 (1989), 125
3.AA.20
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Grimaldiite
CrO(OH) A
United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper 887 (1976)
4.FE.20
Grimselite
KNa(UO)(CO)HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 52 (1972), 93
5.ED.35
Griphite
Ca(Mn,Na,Li)FeAl(PO)(F,OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 228
8.BF.15
Griqualandite
Na,Fe,Si,O D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Grischunite
NaCa(Mn)(Mn,Fe)(AsO)2HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 64 (1984), 1
8.CF.05
Groddeckite
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.05
Grossite
CaAlO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 6 (1994), 591
4.CC.15
Grossular
CaAl(SiO) A
Acta Crystallographica E61 (2005), i265
9.AD.25
Grossularite
CaAl(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Grothine
MgSiO(F,OH) D
Mineralogical Record 12 (1981), 377
Groutellite
(Mn)(Mn)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.DB.15a
Groutite
MnO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 229
4.FD.10
Grovesite
(Mn,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)(O,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.EC.55
Grumantite
NaSiO(OH)HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 116 (1987), 244
9.EH.10
Grumiplucite
HgBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 1321
2.JA.05b
Grundite
(K,HO)Al(SiAl)O(HO,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Grunerite
[](Fe)SiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.05
Grnlingite
Bi,Te,S D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 633
Gruzdevite
CuHgSbS A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 261 (1981), 176
2.GA.30
Guanacoite
CuMg(OH)(AsO)4HO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 501
8.DD.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Guanajuatite
BiSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 197
2.DB.05a
Guanglinite
PdAs D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.AC.15a
Guanine
CH(NH)NO A
Mineralogical Magazine 39 (1974), 889
10.CA.30
Guarinoite
ZnSO(OH)5HO A
Archives des Sciences (Geneva) 46 (1993), 37
7.DD.80
Gudmundite
FeSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 198
2.EB.20
Gurinite
Ca(AsOOH)(AsO)9HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 230
8.CJ.75
Guettardite
Pb(Sb,As)S A
Canadian Mineralogist 9 (1967), 191
2.HC.05a
Gugiaite
CaBeSiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 306
9.BB.10
Guildite
CuFe(SO)(OH)4HO G
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 502
7.DC.30
Guilleminite
Ba(UO)(SeO)O3HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 88 (1965), 132
4.JJ.10
Guimaresite
CaZnBe(PO)(OH)6HO A
New Data on Minerals 42 (2008), 11
8.DA.10
Gmbellite
(K,HO)Al(SiAl)O(HO,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Gunningite
ZnSOHO A
Canadian Mineralogist 7 (1962), 209
7.CB.05
Gupeiite
FeSi A
Acta Petrologica, Mineralogica et Analytica (in Chinese) 3 (1984), 231
1.BB.30
Gustavite
AgPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 10 (1970), 173
2.JB.40a
Gutkovaite-Mn
CaKMn(Ti,Nb)(SiO)(O,OH)5HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 131 (2002) (2), 51
9.CE.30h
Gutsevichite
(Al,Fe)(PO,VO)(OH)8HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Guyanaite
CrO(OH) A
United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper 887 (1976)
4.FD.10
Gwihabaite
(NH)NO A
Bulletin of the South African Speleological Society 36 (1996), 19
5.NA.15
Gypsum
CaSO2HO G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1530
7.CD.40
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Gyrolite
NaCa(SiAl)O(OH)14HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 307
9.EE.30
Gysinite-(Nd)
PbNd(CO)(OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 1314
5.DC.05
Haapalaite
2[(Fe,Ni)S]1.61[(Mg,Fe)(OH)] A
Geological Society of Finland, Bulletin 45 (1973), 103
2.FD.30
Haddamite
(Ca,Na)Ta(O,OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Haematite
FeO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Hafnon
HfSiO A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 48 (1974), 73
9.AD.30
Hagendorfite
NaCaMn(Fe)(PO) G
European Journal of Mineralogy 17 (2005), 915
8.AC.10
Hagendorfite-NaNa
NaMn(Fe)(PO) N
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 92 (1986), 502
8.AC.10
Haggertyite
BaFeTiMgO A
American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 1323
4.CC.45
Hggite
VO(OH) G
Acta Crystallographica 11 (1958), 56
4.HE.25
Haidingerite
Ca(AsOOH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 232
8.CJ.20
Haigerachite
K(Fe)(HPO)(HPO)4HO A
Aufschluss 50 (1999), 1
8.CF.10
Haineaultite
(Na,Ca)Ca(Ti,Nb)SiO(OH,F)5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 769
9.DG.50
Hainite
Na(Na,Ca)Ca(Ca,Zr,Y)Ti(SiO)FF G
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1203
9.BE.22
Hairzeolite
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Haiweeite
Ca(UO)SiO(OH)3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1153
9.AK.25
Hakite
CuHgSbSe A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 94 (1971), 45
2.GB.05
Halagurite
(Fe,Mn,Mg)SiO N
International Mineralogical Association, General Meeting Program Abstracts (1994), 140
9.DA.10
Hleniusite-(La)
LaOF A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 1097
3.DE.05
Halite
NaCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 233
3.AA.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Hallerite
K,Li,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Hallimondite
Pb(UO)(AsO)nHO A
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 240
8.EA.10
Halloysite-7
AlSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 311
9.ED.10
Halloysite-10
AlSiO(OH)2HO G
American Mineralogist 40 (1955), 1110
9.ED.10
Halotrichite
FeAl(SO)22HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 273
7.CB.85
Halurgite
Mg[BO(OH)]HO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 143 (1962), 91
6.HA.35
Hambergite
BeBO(OH) G
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 85
6.AB.05
Hammarite
CuPbBiS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 203
2.HB.05a
Hanawaltite
(Hg)HgClO A
Powder Diffraction 11 (1996), 45
3.DD.15
Hanksite
KNa(SO)(CO)Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 276
7.BD.30
Hanlite
CaCr(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1963), 508
Hannayite
(NH)Mg(POOH)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 234
8.CH.35
Hannebachite
CaSO0.5HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1985), 241
4.JE.10
Hapkeite
FeSi A
Proceeding of the National Academy of Sciences [USA] 101 (2004), 6847
1.BB.35
Haradaite
SrVSiO A
International Mineralogical Association, General Meeting Program Abstracts (1974) 97
9.DH.15
Hardystonite
CaZnSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 314
9.BB.10
Harkerite
CaMgAl(CO)(BO)(SiO)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 315
6.AB.70
Harmotome
Ba(SiAl)O12HO A
Natural Zeolites (Gottardi & Galli) (1985), 134
9.GC.10
Harmotomite
(Ba,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Harringtonite
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Harrisonite
Ca(Fe)(SiO)(PO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 31 (1993), 775
8.AC.55
Harstigite
CaBeMn(SiO)(SiO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 318
9.BF.05
Hartite
CH G
American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 1340
10.BA.10
Hashemite
Ba(Cr)O A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 1223
7.FA.15
Hastingsite
NaCa[(Fe)Fe](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 651
9.DE.10
Hastingsitic hornblende
NaCa(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Hastite
CoSe D
Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification Publication pending
2.EB.10a
Hatchettolite
(U,Ca,Ce)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Hatchite
AgTlPbAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 205
2.GC.05
Hatrurite
CaSiO G
Powder Diffraction 8 (1993), 138
9.AG.65
Hauchecornite
NiBiSbS Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 873
2.BB.10
Hauckite
(Fe)MgZn(SO)(CO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 192
7.BB.10
Hauerite
MnS G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 199 (1992), 13
2.EB.05a
Haughtonite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Hausmannite
Mn(Mn)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 235
4.BB.10
Hayne
NaCa(SiAl)O(SO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 321
9.FB.10
Hawleyite
CdS G
American Mineralogist 40 (1955), 555
2.CB.05a
Hawthorneite
BaMgTiCr(Fe)(Fe)O A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 668
4.CC.45
Haxonite
(Fe,Ni)C A
Nature: Physical Sciences 229 (1971), 61
1.BA.10
Haycockite
CuFeS A
American Mineralogist 57 (1972), 689
2.CB.10b
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Haydeeite
CuMg(OH)Cl A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 184 (2007), 39
3.DA.10c
Haydenite
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Haynesite
(UO)(SeO)(OH)5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 561
4.JJ.25
Heazlewoodite
NiS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 210
2.BB.05
Hechtsbergite
BiO(VO)(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1997), 271
8.BO.15
Hectorfloresite
Na(IO)(SO) A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1207
7.BD.60
Hectorite
Na(Mg,Li)SiO(F,OH)nHO Q
Economic Geology 53 (1958), 22
9.EC.45
Hedenbergite
CaFeSiO A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1501
9.DA.15
Hedleyite
BiTe G
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 665
2.DC.05a
Hedyphane
CaPb(AsO)Cl A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 236
8.BN.05
Hegauit
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Heideite
(Fe,Cr)(Ti,Fe)S A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 465
2.DA.15
Heidornite
NaCaBO(SO)(OH)Cl G
Beitrge zur Mineralogie und Petrographie 5 (1956), 177
6.EC.30
Heikkolite
Na(Fe,Mg)(Al,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Heikolite
Na(Fe,Mg)(Al,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Heinrichite
Ba(UO)(AsO)10HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 721
8.EB.05
Hejtmanite
Ba(Mn)Ti(SiO)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.55
Heliophyllite
PbAsOCl Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 238
3.DC.65
Hellandite-(Ce)
(CaCe)CeAlBSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 913
9.DK.20
Hellandite-(Y)
(CaY)YAlBSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 745
9.DK.20
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Hellyerite
NiCO6HO A
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 533
5.CA.20
Helmutwinklerite
PbZn(AsO)2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1980), 118
8.CG.20
Helvetan
K,Ca,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Helvine
Be(Mn)(SiO)S G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 326
9.FB.10
Hematite
FeO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 239
4.CB.05
Hematolite
(Mn,Mg,Al)(AsO)(AsO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 239
8.BE.45
Hematophanite
Pb(Fe)O(Cl,OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 240
3.DB.35
Hemihedrite
ZnPb(CrO)(SiO)F A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 1088
7.FC.15
Hemimorphite
ZnSiO(OH)HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 328
9.BD.10
Hemloite
(Ti,V,Fe,Al)(As)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 27 (1989), 427
4.JB.60
Hemusite
CuSnMoS A
American Mineralogist 56 (1971), 1847
2.CB.35a
Hendersonite
Ca(V,V)O6HO A
American Mineralogist 47 (1962), 1252
4.HG.50
Hendricksite
KZn(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 1107
9.EC.20
Heneuite
CaMg(PO)(CO)(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1986), 343
8.BO.25
Henmilite
CaCu[B(OH)](OH) A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1234
6.AC.30
Hennomartinite
Sr(Mn)SiO(OH)HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 73 (1993), 349
9.BE.05
Henritermierite
Ca(Mn)(SiO)(OH) A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 92 (1969), 185
9.AD.25
Henryite
CuAgTe A
Bulletin de Minralogie 106 (1983), 511
2.BA.25e
Henrymeyerite
BaTiFeO A
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 617
4.DK.05
Hentschelite
Cu(Fe)(PO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 404
8.BB.40
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Henwoodite
CuAl(PO)(OH)5HO D
Chemie der Erde 21 (1961), 97
Hephaistosite
TlPbCl A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 701
3.AA.60
Herbertsmithite
CuZn(OH)Cl A
Mineralogical Magazine 68 (2004), 527
3.DA.10c
Hercynite
FeAlO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 243
4.BB.05
Hercynite (of Zappe)
(Ba,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Herderite
CaBePO(F,OH) G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1545
8.BA.10
Herrengrundite
CaCu(SO)(OH)3HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Herschelite
(Na,Ca,K)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Herzenbergite
SnS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 215
2.CD.05
Hessite
AgTe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 216
2.BA.30c
Hetaerolite
Zn(Mn)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 244
4.BB.10
Heterogenite
CoO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 245
4.FE.20
Heteromorphite
PbSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 217
2.HC.10c
Heterophyllite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Heterosite
FePO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 243
8.AB.10
Heterotype
Ca,Mg,Al,Si,O D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.
Heubachite
(Co,Ni)O(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 253
Heulandite-Ba
NaBa(SiAl)O24HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 17 (2005), 143
9.GE.05
Heulandite-Ca
NaCa(SiAl)O24HO Rn
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 103 (2008), 61
9.GE.05
Heulandite-K
KCa(SiAl)O24HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Heulandite-Na
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O24HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Heulandite-Sr
NaSr(SiAl)O24HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Hewettite
Ca(V)O9HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 246
4.HE.15
Hexabolite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Hexaferrum
(Fe,Os,Ru,Ir) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 127 (1998) (5), 41
1.AF.05
Hexagonal mica
K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Hexagonite
Ca(Mg,Mn)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Hexahydrite
MgSO6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 286
7.CB.25
Hexahydroborite
Ca[B(OH)]2HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 106 (1977), 691
6.AC.25
Hexastannite
CuFeSnS D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 99 (1962), 1
2.CB.45
Hexastibiopalladite
(Pd,Ni)Sb D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Hexatestibiopanickelite
(Ni,Pd)(Te,Sb) N
Geochimica (in Chinese) (1974), 169
2.CC.05
Heyite
Pb(Fe)O(VO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 39 (1973), 65
8.BK.20
Heyrovskite
PbBiS A
Mineralium Deposita 6 (1971), 133
2.JB.40b
Hirneite
(Ca,Mn,Na)(Zr,Mn)(Sb,Tl,Fe)O A
European Journal of Mineralogy 9 (1997), 843
4.DL.10
Hibbingite
(Fe)(OH)Cl A
American Mineralogist 79 (1994), 555
3.DA.10a
Hibonite
(Ca,Ce)(Al,Ti,Mg)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 248
4.CC.45
Hibschite
CaAl(SiO)(OH)(x=0.2-1.5) Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1033
9.AD.25
Hidalgoite
PbAl(SO)(AsO)(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 178
8.BL.05
Hiddenite
LiAlSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.30
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Hieratite
KSiF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 249
3.CH.15
Hilairite
NaZrSiO3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1974), 237
9.DM.10
Hilgardite
CaBOClHO G
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 636
6.ED.05
Hillngsite
Mn(Fe,Mg)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Hillebrandite
CaSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 336
9.DG.40
Hillite
CaZn(PO)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 981
8.CG.05
Hingganite-(Ce)
BeCe(SiO)(OH) A
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 102 (2007), 1
9.AJ.20
Hingganite-(Y)
BeYSiO(OH) Rn
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 102 (2007), 1
9.AJ.20
Hingganite-(Yb)
BeYbSiO(OH) A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 270 (1983), 1188
9.AJ.20
Hinsdalite
PbAl(SO)(PO)(OH) Rd
Journal of the Russell Society 10 (2007), 57
8.BL.05
Hiortdahlite
NaCaZr(Nb,Mn,Ti,Fe,Mg,Al)(SiO)OF Rd
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 34 (1985), 297
9.BE.17
Hisingerite
FeSiO(OH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 341
9.ED.10
Hjelmite
REE,U,Ca,Sn,Fe,Mn,Ta,Nb,O D
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 86 (1963), 311
Hocartite
AgFeSnS A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 91 (1968), 383
2.CB.15a
Hochelagaite
CaNbO8HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 449
4.FM.15
Hodgkinsonite
ZnMnSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 342
9.AE.20
Hodruite
CuBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1481
2.JA.10c
Hoeferite
NaBO(OH)HO D
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 709
Hoelite
CHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 289
10.CA.15
Hoepfnerite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Hoganite
Cu(CHCOO)HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 66 (2002), 459
10.AA.35
Hgauite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Hgbomite-8H
(Al,Fe,Mg,Ti)(O,OH) D
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.CB.20
Hgtuvaite
Ca(Fe)(Fe)O[SiBeAlO] A
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 439
9.DH.45
Hgtveitite
YSiO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 102
Hohmannite
(Fe)O(SO)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 291
7.DB.30
Holdawayite
(Mn)(CO)(OH)(Cl,OH) A
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 632
5.BA.20
Holdenite
(Mn)Zn(AsO)(SiO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 344
8.BE.55
Holfertite
((UO)CaTiO3HO A
Mineralogical Record 37 (2006), 311
4.GB.70
Hollandite
(Ba,K,Ca,Sr)(Mn,Mn,Ti,Fe)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 252
4.DK.05
Hollingworthite
RhAsS A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1068
2.EB.25
Holmesite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Holmite (of Thomson)
CaMgSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Holmquistite
[]Li(MgAl)SiO(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 1167
9.DE.05
Holtedahlite
Mg(POOH,CO)(PO)(OH,O) A
Lithos 12 (1979), 283
8.BB.20
Holtite
(Al,Ta)(Si,Sb)(BO)O(O,OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 21
9.AJ.10
Holtstamite
CaAl(SiO)(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 17 (2005), 375
9.AD.25
Holzasbest
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Homilite
CaFeBSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 347
9.AJ.20
Honessite
(Ni,Fe)(SO)(OH)nHO A
Mineralogical Magazine 44 (1981), 339
7.DD.35
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Hongquiite
TiO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
4.AB.25
Hongshiite
(Pt,Fe)Cu A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 711
1.AG.45
Hopeite
Zn(PO)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 248
8.CA.30
Hormites
Mg,Al,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Hornblende
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH,F) Group
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 2B (1997), 234
9.DE.10
Hrnesite
Mg(AsO)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 249
8.CE.40
Horsfordite
CuSb D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 409
2.AA.20
Horvthite-(Y)
NaY(CO)F A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 743
5.BD.25
Hoshiite
(Mg,Ni)CO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
5.AB.05
Hotsonite
Al(SO)(PO)(OH)8HO A
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 979
8.DF.05
Howardevansite
NaCu(Fe)(VO) A
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 181
8.AC.05
Howieite
Na(Fe,Fe,Al,Mg)(SiO)(O,OH) A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 278
9.DH.65
Howlite
CaSiBO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 349
6.CB.20
Hsianghualite
LiCaBe(SiO)F A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 350
9.GB.05
Hsiang-hua-shih
CaLiBe(SiO)F D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.FB.20
Huanghoite-(Ce)
BaCe(CO)F A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1993), 163
5.BD.35
Huangite
CaAl(SO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 77 (1992), 1275
7.BC.10
Hubeite
CaMnFeSiO(OH)2HO A
Mineralogical Record 33 (2002), 465
9.BJ.60
Hbnerite
MnWO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 297
4.DB.30
Hudsonite
Na,Ca,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O,OH D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.D
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Huemulite
NaMg(V)O24HO A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 1
4.HG.10
Hgelite
Pb(UO)(AsO)O5HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 67 (2003), 1109
8.EC.15
Hulsite
(Fe,Mg)(Fe,Sn)O(BO) G
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (1), 89
6.AB.45
Humberstonite
KNaMg(SO)(NO)6HO A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 1518
7.DG.10
Humboldtine
FeCO2HO G
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 35 (2008), 467
10.AB.05
Humite
Mg(SiO)(F,OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 351
9.AF.50
Hummerite
KMg(V)O8HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1429
4.HC.10
Hunchunite
AuPb A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 12 (1992), 319
1.AA.25
Hundholmenite-(Y)
(Y,REE,Ca,Na)(Al,Fe)Ca(As)(Si,As)SiB(O,F) A
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 179
9.AJ.35
Hungchaoite
MgBO(OH)7HO A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 369
6.DA.20
Huntite
CaMg(CO) G
American Mineralogist 38 (1953), 4
5.AB.25
Hureaulite
(Mn)(POOH)(PO)4HO G
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 398
8.CB.10
Hurlbutite
CaBe(PO) G
American Mineralogist 37 (1952), 931
8.AA.15
Hutchinsonite
TlPbAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 225
2.HD.45
Huttonite
ThSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 352
9.AD.35
Hyalophane
(K,Ba)(Al,Si)O I
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.30
Hyalotekite
(Pb,Ba,K)(Ca,Y)(B,Be)(Si,B)SiOF G
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 77
9.CH.05
Hydrargillite (of Cleaveland)
Al(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
Hydroamesite (of Erdlyi et al.)
Mg,Al,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Hydroandradite
CaFe[SiO,(OH)] N
Mineralogical Magazine 37 (1970), 942
9.AD.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Hydroantigorite (of Erdlyi et al.)
MgSiO(OH) D
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 85 (1962), 194
Hydroastrophyllite
(HO,K)Ca(Fe)-TiSiO(OH)F N
Scientia Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) (1974), 18
9.DC.05
Hydrobasaluminite
AlSO(OH)15HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 931
7.DE.60
Hydrobiotite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH)nHO Rd
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 420
9.EC.60
Hydroboracite
CaMg[BO(OH)]3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 304
6.CB.15
Hydrocalcite (of Marschner)
CaCOHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Hydrocalumite
CaAl(OH)(Cl,CO,OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 255
4.FL.10
Hydrocastorite
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
9.GE.05
Hydrocatapleiite
Na,Zr,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Hydrocerite (of Vlasov et al.)
(Ce,La,Th)(Ti,Nb)AlSiO(OH)3HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
9.BE.70
Hydrocerussite
Pb(CO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 305
5.BE.10
Hydrochlorborite
CaBO(OH)BO(OH)Cl7HO G
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 147
6.DA.30
Hydrochlore
(Ca,Na)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Hydrocyanite
CuSO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
7.AB.10
Hydrodelhayelite
KCa(SiAl)O(OH)6HO A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 260 (1981), 458
9.EB.10
Hydrodresserite
BaAl(CO)(OH)3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 15 (1977), 399
5.DB.15
Hydrogarnet
CaAl(SiO)(OH) Group
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1706
9.AD.25
Hydrogen autunite
(HO)UO(PO)6HO D
Mineralogical Record 19 (1988), 249
8.EB.15
Hydroglauberite
NaCa(SO)6HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 98 (1969), 59
7.CD.20
Hydrogrossular
CaAl(SiO)(OH) Group
Bulletin de Minralogie 107 (1984), 605
9.AD.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Hydrohalite
NaCl2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 256
3.BA.05
Hydrohalloysite
AlSiO(OH)2HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
9.ED.10
Hydrohetaerolite
HZn(Mn)O G
American Mineralogist 27 (1942), 48
4.BB.10
Hydrohonessite
(Ni,Fe)(SO)(OH)7HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 44 (1981), 333
7.DD.35
Hydrokassite
Ti,Ca,Fe D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Hydrolite (of Leman)
(Na,Ca)(Al,Si)O6HO D
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 1327
9.GD.05
Hydromaghemite
Fe,HO H
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 1679
4.FE.35
Hydromagnesite
Mg(CO)(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 310
5.DA.05
Hydrombobomkulite
(Ni,Cu)Al(NO)(SO)(OH)14HO A
Annals Geological Survey of South Africa 14 (2) (1980), 1
5.ND.15
Hydromicas
K,Al,Mg,Si,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Hydromolysite
FeCl6HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
3.BC.
Hydromuscovite
(K,HO)Al(SiAl)O(HO,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Hydronatrolite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 1327
9.GA.05
Hydronaujakasite
Na,K,Fe,Mn,Al,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
9.CO.10
Hydronephelite
Na,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Hydroniumjarosite
(HO)(Fe)(SO)(OH) Rn
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 853
7.BC.10
Hydroparagonite
(Na,HO)(Al,Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)OnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Hydrophilite (of Hausmann)
CaCl(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
3.AB.15
Hydrophlogopite
K,Mg,Al,Si,O,HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.60
Hydropolylithionite
Li,Al,Si,O,HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Hydropyrochlore
Na,Ca,Nb,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Hydrorinkite
(Na,Ca)(Ca,Ce)(Ti,Nb,Al,Zr)(SiO)(O,F) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
9.BE.20
Hydroromarchite
(Sn)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 649
4.FF.05
Hydroromite
(Ca,Mn)(Sb,W,As)O4.2HO Q
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 333 (1993), 100
4.DH.20
Hydroscarbroite
Al(CO)(OH)nHO Q
Journal of the Russell Society 1 (1982), 9
5.DA.35
Hydrosericite
KAl(SiAl)O(OH,F)nHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
9.EC.15
Hydrosodalite
NaAlSiO(OH)2HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
9.FB.10
Hydrotalcite
MgAlCO(OH)4HO G
American Mineralogist 26 (1941), 295
5.DA.50
Hydrotungstite
WO(OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 261
4.FJ.15
Hydrougrandite
Ca,Al,Fe,Si,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
9.AD.25
Hydrowoodwardite
(Cu,Al)(SO)(OH)nHO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1999), 75
7.DD.35
Hydroxy-buergerite
Na(Fe)Al(BO)SiOO(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 201
9.CK.05
Hydroxycancrinite
(Na,Ca,K)(AlSi)O(OH,CO)2HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 121 (1992) (1), 100
9.FB.05
Hydroxy-feruvite
Ca(Fe)(AlMg)(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Hydroxyl-annite
K(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Hydroxyl-ascharite
Mg,B,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
6.BA.15
Hydroxylbastnsite-(Ce)
CeCO(OH) N
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 698
5.BD.20a
Hydroxylbastnsite-(La)
LaCO(OH) N
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1277
5.BD.20a
Hydroxylbastnsite-(Nd)
NdCO(OH) A
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
5.BD.20a
Hydroxyl-biotite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Hydroxylborite
Mg(BO)(OH) A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 136 (2007), (1), 69
6.AB.50
Hydroxylcarbonate-(La)
LaCO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
5.BD.20a
Hydroxylcarbonate-(Nd)
NdCO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
5.BD.20a
Hydroxylclinohumite
MgSiO(OH) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 128 (1999) (5), 64
9.AF.55
Hydroxylherderite
CaBePO(OH) Rn
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1545
8.BA.10
Hydroxy-liddicoatite
Ca(LiAl)Al(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Hydroxylpyromorphite
Pb(PO)(OH) H
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BN.05
Hydroxyl-szajbelyite
Mg,B,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
6.BA.15
Hydroxylvesuvianite
Ca(Al,Mg)(SiO)(SiO)(OH) H
Mineralogia Polonica 36 (2005), 51
9.BG.35
Hydroxy-uvite
CaMg(MgAl)(BO)SiO(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 201
9.CK.05
Hydrozincite
Zn(CO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 317
5.BA.15
Hypercinnabar
HgS A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1143
2.CD.15b
Hypersthene
(Fe,Mg)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Hypodesmine
NaCaAlSiO14HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Hypostilbite
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Hyttsjite
PbBaCa(Mn)(Fe)SiOCl6HO A
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 743
9.EG.60
Ianthinite
(U)(UO)O(OH)9HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 262
4.GA.10
Iberite (of Svanberg)
K,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Ice
HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 263
4.AA.05
Idaite
CuFeS G
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 1063
2.CB.15a
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Idocrase
(Ca,Na)(Al,Mg,Fe)(SiO)(SiO)(OH,F,O) D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Idrialite
CH G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1965), 19
10.BA.20
Idrocastorite
Na,K,Li,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Igalikite
K,Na,Al,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Igdloite
NaNbO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Igumnovite
CaAl(SiO)Cl H
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 343 (1995), 94
9.HA.40
Iimoriite-(Y)
Y(SiO)(CO) A
Introduction to Japanese Minerals (1970), 39, 85
9.AH.05
Ikaite
CaCO6HO A
Naturens Verden (1963), 3
5.CB.25
Ikranite
(Na,HO)(Ca,Mn,REE)(Fe)ZrSiO(O,OH)ClnHO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003), 22
9.CO.10
Ikunolite
BiS A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 2 (1959), 397
2.DC.05d
Ilbaite
3.37AlO2.12SiO4.3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.ED.20
Ilesite
MnSO4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 320
7.CB.15
Ilmaussite-(Ce)
(Ba,Na)KNaCe(Nb,Ti)O(SiO)(SiO)(O,OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 787
9.CB.15
Ilinskite
NaCuO(SeO)Cl A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 353A (1997), 352
4.JG.20
Illite
(K,HO)Al(SiAl)O(HO,OH) Group
Reviews in Mineralogy 13 (1984), 495
9.EC.25
Ilmajokite
(Na,Ce,Ba)TiSiO(OH)nHO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 101 (1972), 75
9.HB.05
Ilmenite
FeTiO G
Mineralogical Magazine 66 (2002),421
4.CB.05
Ilmenorutile
(Ti,Nb,Ta,Fe)O D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.DB.05
Ilsemannite
MoOnHO(?) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 266
4.FJ.15
Iltisite
HgAgSCl A
Archives des Sciences (Geneva) 50 (1997), 1
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CaFe(Fe)O(SiO)(OH) G
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 32 (2005), 388
9.BE.07
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(Na,Ca,Bi)TaOF A
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Fe(Fe)(AsO)(OH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 417
8.DC.15
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[](NaLi)(Fe)MgSiO(OH) A
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CdSO4HO A
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NaAlSiO30HO A
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MgPO(OH) A
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Cu(AsO)(AsOOH)23HO A
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NaMg(SiAl)O(OH) A
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(Na,K)Ca(Mg,Fe,Ti)(Si,Al)OF A
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KCa(Fe)MgFe(SiAl)OCl A
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CuAgPbBiS A
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MgAl(AsO)(OH)8HO A
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Na(Fe)(PO) A
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CaAlO A
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NaCaFe(PO) A
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ScTaO A
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CuPtBiS A
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CuAl(SO)(OH) A
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CuSO(OH)HO A
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PbHgAsS A 2.G
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NaKBe(SiAl)OF A
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LiMnSiO(OH) A
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ScZrO A
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AsSbO A
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(Mo,Ru,Fe,Ir,Os) A
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NaKCaSiOFHO A
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MoNiP A
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CrFeNiC A
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FeNiS A
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CuFeNiSi A
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NaFe(SO) A
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KNaMg(PO)14HO A
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CaMgAl(PO)(OH)7HO A
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Sr(PO)F A
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MnSi A
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TiO A
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BiSCl A
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UO(OH) A
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NaCaBeSiO(OH)2HO A
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PbSiOHO A
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MnSi A
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NdVO A
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CuCl2NH A
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CeSiO A
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Ca(SiO)(OH) A
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VO A
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NaKSiF A
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AgBiS A
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CaPb(PO)F A
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Imandrite
NaCa(Fe)SiO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 1 (1979) (1), 89
9.CJ.20
Imerinite
Na(Fe,Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Imgreite
NiTe D
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 1825
2.CC.05
Imhofite
TlAsS A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 229
2.HD.30
Imiterite
AgHgS A
Bulletin de Minralogie 108 (1985), 457
2.BD.05
Imogolite
AlSiO(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 51 (1987), 327
9.ED.20
Inaglyite
PbCuIrS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 712
2.DA.20
Incaite
PbFeSnSbS D
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
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Inderborite
CaMg[BO(OH)]6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 322
6.CA.25
Inderite
MgBO(OH)5HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 323
6.CA.15
Indialite
MgAlSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 367
9.CJ.05
Indigirite
MgAl(CO)(OH)15HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 100 (1971), 178
5.DA.65
Indite
FeInS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 92 (1963), 445
2.DA.05
Indium
In A
Geochemistry, Mineralogy, and Genetic Types of Deposits of Rare Elements (1964), 568
1.AC.05
Inesite
Ca(Mn)SiO(OH)5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 368
9.DL.05
Ingersonite
CaMn(Sb)O A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 947
4.DH.40
Ingodite
BiTeS A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 665
2.DC.05b
Innelite
NaCaBaTi(SiO)(SO)O A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 141 (1961), 1297
9.BE.40
Insizwaite
PtBi A
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1972), 794
2.EB.05a
Intersilite
NaMn(Ti,Nb)Si(O,OH)4HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (4), 79
9.EE.60
Inyoite
CaBO(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 325
6.CA.35
Iodargyrite
AgI A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 268
3.AA.10
Iodine
I Q
Rendiconti dellAccademia di Scienze Naturali e Matematiche di Napoli Fasc. 7 (1897)
1.CC.15
Iodyrite
AgI D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
Iowaite
Mg(Fe)(OH)Cl4HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 269
4.FL.05
Iquiqueite
KNaMg(CrO)BO(OH)12HO A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 830
6.HA.20
Iranite
CuPb(CrO)(SiO)(OH) A
Acta Crystallographica C63 (2007), i222
7.FC.15
Iraqite-(La)
KCa(La,Ce,Th)SiO A
Mineralogical Magazine 40 (1976), 441
9.CH.10
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Irarsite
IrAsS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 95 (1966), 700
2.EB.25
Irhtemite
CaMg(AsO)(AsOOH)4HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 95 (1972), 365
8.CB.55
Iridarsenite
IrAs A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1974), 280
2.AC.45b
-iridisite
IrS N
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1215
2.EB.05a
Iridium
Ir Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 239
1.AF.10
Iridosmine
(Os,Ir) D
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 231
1.AF.05
Iridrhodruthenium
(Ru,Rh,Ir,Pt) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
1.AF.05
Iriginite
(UO)(Mo)O3HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 847
4.GB.60
Irite
Ir,Os,Fe,Cr,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.AB.30
Iron
Fe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 241
1.AE.05
Iron-anthophyllite
(Fe,Mg)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Iron-hornblende
Ca(Fe,Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Iron mica
K(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Fe Muscovite
K,Fe,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Iron muscovite
K,Fe,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Iron-richterite
NaCa(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Iron-sericite
(K,HO)(Al,Fe)(SiAl)O(HO,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Fe-shafranovskite
H(Na,K)(Fe,Mn)SiO3HO D
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 432
9.EE.65
Irtyshite
NaTaO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 7 (1985) (3), 83
4.DJ.05
Irvingite
(K,Li)Al(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Isabellite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Ishiganeite
K,Na,Mn,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 952
Ishikawaite
(U,Fe,Y)NbO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 271
4.DB.25
Isinglas
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Isochalcopyrite
(Fe,Cu)S D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.CB.55b
Isoclasite
CaPO(OH)2HO Q
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 2 (1951), 933
8.DN.10
Isocubanite
CuFeS A
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 509
2.CB.55b
Isoferroplatinum
PtFe A
Canadian Mineralogist 13 (1975), 117
1.AG.35
Isokite
CaMgPOF G
Acta Crystallographica C63 (2007), i89
8.BH.10
Isolueshite
NaNbO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 9 (1997), 483
4.CC.35
Isomertieite
PdSb A
Mineralogical Magazine 39 (1974), 528
2.AC.15a
Isoplatincopper
Cu,Pt D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Isostannite
CuFeSnS D
Canadian Mineralogist 27 (1989), 673
2.CB.15a
Isovite
(Cr,Fe)C A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 127 (1998) (5), 26
1.BA.10
Isowolframite
Mn,Fe,W,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Istisuite
(Ca,Na)(Si,Al)(O,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.GH.
Itoigawaite
SrAlSiO(OH)HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 63 (1999), 909
9.BE.05
Itoite
PbGeO(SO)(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1960), 132
7.BD.50
Ivigtite
Na,Fe,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Iwakiite
Mn(Fe)O A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 9 (1979), 383
4.BB.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Iwashiroite-(Y)
YTaO A
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 101 (2006), 170
7.GA.10
Ixiolite
(Ta,Mn,Nb)O Rd
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 961
4.DB.25
Izoklakeite
Pb(Cu,Fe)(Sb,Bi)S A
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 1
2.HB.10b
Jchymovite
(UO)(SO)(OH)13HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 170 (1996), 155
7.EA.10
Jacobsite
Mn(Fe)O A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 274
4.BB.05
Jacquesdietrichite
CuBO(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 361
6.AB.80
Jadarite
LiNaBSiO(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 575
9.AJ.40
Jadeite
NaAlSiO A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1593
9.DA.25
Jadeite-aegirine
Na(Al,Fe)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.25
Jadeite-aegirite
Na(Al,Fe)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.25
Jaffeite
CaSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1203
9.BE.12
Jagoite
(Pb,Na,Ca)(Fe,Mg,Mn)(Si,Fe,Pb)O(Cl,OH) G
Arkiv fr Mineralogi och Geologi 2 (1957), 315
9.EG.50
Jagowerite
BaAl(PO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 135
8.BH.55
Jaguite
CuPdSe A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 1745
2.BC.15
Jahnsite-(CaFeFe)
CaFe(Fe)(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO N
Memoirs of the National Science Museum, Tokyo 33 (2000), 15
8.DH.15
Jahnsite-(CaMgMg)
CaMgMg(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO N
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 940
8.DH.15
Jahnsite-(CaMnFe)
CaMn(Fe)(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 309
8.DH.15
Jahnsite-(CaMnMg)
CaMnMg(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO Rn
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 309
8.DH.15
Jahnsite-(CaMnMn)
CaMn(Mn)(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO A
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 401
8.DH.15
Jahnsite-(MnMnMn)
MnMn(Mn)(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO G
Dana's New Mineralogy, (Gaines et. al.), 8th edition, (1997), 929
8.DH.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Jahnsite-(NaFeMg)
NaFeMg(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 940
8.DH.15
Jahnsite-(NaMnMg)
NaMnMg(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO N
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 940
8.DH.15
Jaipurite
CoS Q
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 303 (1988), 1206
2.CC.05
Jalpaite
AgCuS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 246
2.BA.25c
Jamborite
Ni(OH,S,O)nHO(?) A
American Mineralogist 58 (1973), 835
4.FL.05
Jamesite
PbZn(Fe,Zn)(OH,O)(AsO) A
Chemie der Erde 40 (1981), 105
8.BK.25
Jamesonite
PbFeSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 247
2.HB.15
Janggunite
(Mn,Mn,Fe)O(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 41 (1977), 519
4.FG.05
Janhaugite
(Na,Ca)(Mn,Fe)(Ti,Zr,Nb)(SiO)O(OH,F) A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 1216
9.BE.17
Jankoviite
TlSb(As,Sb)S A
Mineralogy and Petrology 53 (1995), 125
2.HD.20
Jarandolite
CaBO(OH) A
New Data on Minerals 39 (2004), 26
6.CB.25
Jarlite
Na(Sr,Na)MgAlF(OH,HO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 277
3.CC.20
Jarosewichite
Mn(Mn)AsO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 1043
8.BE.70
Jarosite
K(Fe)(SO)(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 853
7.BC.10
Jasklskiite
CuPb(Sb,Bi)S (x~0.2) A
Canadian Mineralogist 22 (1984), 481
2.HB.05c
Jasmundite
CaO(SiO)S A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1983), 337
9.AG.70
Jeanbandyite
(Fe,Mn)Sn(OH,O) A
Mineralogical Record 13 (1982), 235
4.FC.15
Jedwabite
FeTa A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 126 (1997) (2), 100
1.AE.25
Jeffersonite
(Ca,Mg,Zn)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Jeffreyite
(Ca,Na)(Be,Al)Si(O,OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 22 (1984), 443
9.BB.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Jenkinsite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 47 (1962), 783
Jennite
CaSiO(OH)8HO A
Cement and Concrete Research 34 (2004), 1481
9.DG.20
Jensenite
(CuTeO2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 49
4.FL.60
Jentschite
TlPbAsSbS A
Mineralogical Magazine 61 (1997), 131
2.HD.40
Jeppeite
(K,Ba)(Ti,Fe)O A
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 263
4.CC.50
Jeremejevite
Al(BO)F G
Canadian Mineralogist 19 (1981), 303
6.AB.15
Jeromite
As(S,Se)(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.FA.30
Jerrygibbsite
(Mn)(SiO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 546
9.AF.70
Jervisite
NaScSiO A
Periodico di Mineralogia 76 (2006), 201
9.DA.25
Jeekite
NaCaAl(PO)(F,OH)3HO D
American Mineralogist 47 (1962), 398
Jianshuiite
Mg(Mn)O3HO A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 12 (1992), 69
4.FL.20
Jimboite
(Mn)(BO) A
Proceedings of the Japan Academy 39 (1963), 170
6.AA.35
Jimthompsonite
MgSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1000
9.DF.05
Jiningite
Th,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
9.AD.30
Jinshajiangite
NaKCaBa(Fe)MnTi(SiO)O(OH)F A
Crystallography Reports 53 (2008), 553
9.BE.67
Jixianite
(Pb,[])(W,Fe)(O,OH) A
Acta Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) 53 (1979), 46
4.DH.15
Joaquinite-(Ce)
NaBaFeTiCe(SiO)O(OH)HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 383
9.CE.25
Joesmithite
PbCaMgFe()(SiBe)O(OH) A
Mineralogy and Petrology 48 (1993), 97
9.DE.10
Johachidolite
CaAlBO Rd
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 965
6.CC.05
Johannite
Cu(UO)(SO)(OH)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 335
7.EB.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Johannsenite
CaMnSiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 385
9.DA.15
Johillerite
NaCuMg(AsO) A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 29 (1982), 169
8.AC.10
Johnbaumite
Ca(AsO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 1143
8.BN.05
Johninnesite
Na(Mn)Mg(AsO)(SiO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 50 (1986), 667
9.DH.70
Johnsenite-(Ce)
NaCeCaMnZrWSiO(CO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 105
9.CO.10
Johnsomervilleite
NaCaMg(Fe)(PO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 833
8.AC.50
Johnstonotite
MnAl(SiO) D
American Mineralogist 53 (1968), 1065
Johntomaite
Ba(Fe)(Fe)(PO)(OH) A
Mineralogy and Petrology 70 (2000), 1
8.BH.20
Johnwalkite
K(Mn,Fe)(Nb,Ta)O(PO)2(HO,OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1986), 115
8.DJ.05
Jkokuite
MnSO5HO A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 9 (1978), 28
7.CB.20
Joliotite
(UO)CO2HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 56 (1976), 167
5.EB.15
Jolliffeite
NiAsSe A
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 411
2.EB.25
Jonassonite
Au(Bi,Pb)S A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1127
2.LA.65
Jonesite
KBaTi(SiAl)OnHO A
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 314
9.DJ.30
Joosteite
MnMnO(PO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 184 (2007), 225
8.BB.15
Jordanite
Pb(As,Sb)S G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 250
2.JB.30a
Jordisite
MoS G
American Mineralogist 86 (2001), 852
2.EA.30
Jrgensenite
NaSrNaAlF(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 175
3.CC.20
Josite-A
BiTeS Q
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 665
2.DC.05d
Josite-B
BiTeS Q
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 665
2.DC.05d
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Josite-C
BiTeS N
American Mineralogist 56 (1971), 1839
2.DC.05d
Jouravskite
CaMn(SO)(CO)(OH)12HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 88 (1965), 254
7.DG.15
Juabite
CaCu(TeO)(AsO)(OH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 809
4.JN.30
Juangodoyite
NaCu(CO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 182 (2005), 11
5.AB.60
Juanitaite
(Cu,Ca,Fe)Bi(AsO)(OH)2HO A
Mineralogical Record 31 (2000), 301
8.DE.40
Juanite
Ca(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)(O,OH)4HO(?) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 388
9.HA.70
Juddite
Na(Mg,Fe,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Julgoldite
CaFe(Fe,Al)(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
Julgoldite-(Fe2+)
CaFe(Fe)(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
9.BG.20
Julgoldite-(Fe3+)
CaFe(Fe)(SiO)(SiO)O(OH)HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
9.BG.20
Julgoldite-(Mg)
CaMg(Fe)(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
9.BG.20
Julienite
NaCo(SCN)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 339
10.AD.05
Jungite
CaZn(Fe)(PO)(OH)16HO A
Aufschluss 31 (1980), 55
8.DJ.25
Junitoite
CaZnSiOHO A
American Mineralogist 61 (1976), 1255
9.BD.15
Junoite
CuPbBiS A
Economic Geology 70 (1975), 369
2.JB.25a
Juonniite
CaMgSc(PO)(OH)4HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 126 (1997) (4), 80
8.DH.20
Jurbanite
AlSO(OH)5HO A
American Mineralogist 61 (1976), 1
7.DB.15
Jusite
NaCaAlSiO17HO Q
Mineralogical Abstracts 9 (1944), 37
9.DG.10
Kaatialaite
Fe(HAsO)3HO A
American Mineralogist 69 (1984) 383
8.CC.10
Kadyrelite
(Hg)BrO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 116 (1987), 733
3.DD.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Kaersutite
NaCa(MgTi)(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Kafehydrocyanite
KFe(CN)3HO N
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 209
10.AD.10
Kahlerite
Fe(UO)(AsO)12HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 273
8.EB.05
Kainite
KMg(SO)Cl3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 341
7.DF.10
Kainosite-(Y)
CaY(SiO)(CO)HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 392
9.CF.10
Kalamite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Kalborsite
KAlBSiO(OH)Cl A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 252 (1980), 131
9.GA.15
Kaliborite
HKMgBO(OH)4HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 342
6.FB.10
Kalicinite
KHCO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 343
5.AA.20
Kalifersite
K(Fe)SiO(OH)12HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 10 (1998), 865
9.EE.25
Kaliglimmer
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Kali-harmotome
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Kalininite
ZnCrS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 114 (1985), 622
2.DA.05
Kalinite
KAl(SO)11HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 344
7.CC.15
Kalio-magnesio-katophorite
(Na,K)Ca(Mg,Fe,Ti)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Kaliophilite
KAlSiO G
American Journal of Science 255 (1957), 282
9.FA.05
Kalipyrochlore
(HO,K,Sr)(Nb,Ti)(O,OH) A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 528
4.DH.15
Kalistrontite
KSr(SO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 91 (1962), 712
7.AD.40
Kalithomsonite
KNaCaYSiO(OH)4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.DN.15
Kalkharmotome
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Kalkkreuzstein
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Kalsilite
KAlSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 395
9.FA.05
Kaluginite
MnMnMg(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO N
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 120 (4) (1991), 100
8.DH.15
Kalungaite
PdAsSe A
Mineralogical Magazine 70 (2006), 123
2.EB.25
Kamacite
(Fe,Ni) D
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 902
1.AE.05
Kamaishilite
Ca(SiAl)O(OH) A
Proceedings of the Japan Academy B57 (1981), 239
9.FB.10
Kamarezite
CuSO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1450
Kambaldaite
NaNi(CO)(OH)3HO A
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 419
5.DA.20
Kamchatkite
KCuO(SO)Cl A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 117 (1988), 459
7.BC.35
Kamiokite
(Fe)(Mo)O A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 12 (1985), 393
4.CB.40
Kamitugaite
PbAl(UO)(PO)(OH)9.5HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 107 (1984), 15
8.ED.15
Kamotoite-(Y)
YO(UO)(CO)14HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 109 (1986), 643
5.EA.30
Kampfite
Ba(SiAl)O(CO)Cl A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 935
9.EG.20
Kamphaugite-(Y)
CaY(CO)(OH)3HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 5 (1993), 679
5.DC.10
Kanaekanite
(Th,U)(Ca,Fe,Pb)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 514
9.EA.10
Kanemite
HNaSiO3HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 95 (1972), 371
9.EF.25
Kakite
FeAsO3.5HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1976), 426
8.CE.60
Kanoite
MnMg(SiO) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 9 (1997), 953
9.DA.10
Kanonaite
MnAlOSiO A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 66 (1978), 325
9.AF.10
Kanonerovite
NaMnPO12HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2002), 117
8.FC.30
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
3/11/2009
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Kaolinite
AlSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 1581
9.ED.05
Kapellasite
CuZn(OH)Cl A
Mineralogical Magazine 70 (2006), 329
3.DA.10c
Kapitsaite-(Y)
BaYSiBOF A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 129 (2000) (6), 42
9.CH.05
Kapustinite
NaMnZrSiO(OH) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003) (6), 1
9.CJ.15
Karasugite
SrCaAlF A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1994), 209
3.CB.30
Karchevskyite
[MgAl(OH)][Sr(CO,PO)(HO,HO)] A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 136 (2007) (5), 52
5.DA.60
Karelianite
VO A
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 785
4.CB.05
Karibibite
(Fe)(As)O A
Lithos 6 (1973), 265
4.JA.15
Karinthin
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Karlite
(Mg,Alx)(BO)(OH)Cl A
American Mineralogist 66 (1981), 872
6.AB.25
Karnasurtite-(Ce)
CeTiAlSiO(OH)3HO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 401
9.BE.70
Karphostilbite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Karpinskite
(Mg,Ni)SiO(OH)(?) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 492
9.EC.60
Karpinskyite
Na,Mg,Al,Si,O,HO D
Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark 20 (1970), 134
Karrooite
Mg(Ti)O D
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1165
4.CB.15
Karupmllerite-Ca
(Na,Ca,K)Ca(Nb,Ti)(SiO)(O,OH)7HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2002), 433
9.CE.30c
Kashinite
IrS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 114 (1985), 617
2.DB.15
Kasolite
Pb(UO)SiOHO A
American Mineralogist 66 (1981), 610
9.AK.15
Kassite
CaTiO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 289
4.DH.10
Kastningite
MnAl(PO)(OH)8HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1999), 40
8.DC.30
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Katangaite
Cu,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.ED.20
Kataphorite
(Ca,Na,K)(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Katayamalite
KLiCaTi(SiO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 11 (1983), 261
9.CJ.25
Katoite
CaAl(SiO)(OH) (x=1.5-3.0) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 419
9.AD.25
Katophorite
NaCa[(Fe)Al](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Katoptrite
(Mn)Al(Sb)O(SiO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 406
9.AE.40
Kawazulite
BiTeSe A
Geological Survey of Japan (1970), 87
2.DC.05c
Kazakhstanite
(Fe)(V)(V)O(OH)8.5HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 118 (5) (1989), 95
8.CB.45
Kazakovite
NaMnTiSiO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 342
9.CJ.15
K-cymrite
KAlSiOnHO H
American Mineralogist 94 (2009), 222
9.EG.05
Keatite
SiO H
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 112 (1959), 409
4.DA.45
Keckite
CaMn(FeMn)(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 940
8.DH.15
Kegelite
PbAlSiO(SO)(CO)(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 702
9.EC.80
Kehoeite
(Zn,Ca)Al(PO)(OH)5HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 56 (1992), 256
8.DC.10
Kehoite
(Zn,Ca)Al(PO)48HO(?) D
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 533
Keilite
FeS A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 204
2.CD.10
Keithconnite
PdTe A
Canadian Mineralogist 17 (1979), 589
2.BC.20
Keiviite-(Y)
YSiO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 7 (1985) (6), 79
9.BC.05
Keiviite-(Yb)
YbSiO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 5 (1983) (5), 94
9.BC.05
Keldyshite
NaZrSiO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 142 (1962), 123
9.BC.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Kellyite
(Mn,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 1153
9.ED.15
Kelyanite
HgSbOBrCl A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1666
3.DD.60
Kemmlitzite
SrAl(AsO)(PO)(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 178
8.BL.05
Kempite
(Mn)Cl(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 292
3.DA.10a
Kenhsuite
HgSCl A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 201
2.FC.15b
Kennedyite
MgFeTiO D
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 1377
4.CB.15
Kentbrooksite
(Na,REE)(Ca,REE)MnZrNbSiO(O,OH,HO)(F,Cl) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 10 (1998), 207
9.CO.10
Kentrolite
Pb(Mn)O(SiO) G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 573
9.BE.80
Kenyaite
NaSiO(OH)6HO A
Science 157 (1967), 1177
9.HA.10
Kermesite
SbOS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 260
2.FD.05
Kernite
NaBO(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 352
6.DB.05
Kerolite
MgSiO(OH)HO D
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 615
9.EC.05
Kerrite
K,Fe,Mg,Al,Si,O,HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.50
Kerstenite (of Dana)
PbSeO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
7.AD.35
Ksterite
CuZnSnS G
Canadian Mineralogist 17 (1979), 125
2.CB.15a
Kettnerite
CaBiO(CO)F G
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 411
5.BE.30
Keyite
(Cu)ZnCd(AsO)2HO A
Mineralogical Record 8 (1977), 87
8.CA.50
Keystoneite
HMg(Ni,Fe,Mn)(TeO)5HO A
Joint Annual Meeting of the Geological Association of Canada and the Mineralogical Association of Canada, Program abstracts 13 (1988), A4
4.JM.05
Khademite
AlSOF5HO Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 133
7.DB.10
Khaidarkanite
CuAl(OH)F2HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 128 (1999) (3), 58
3.DA.45
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Khamrabaevite
(Ti,V,Fe)C A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 697
1.BA.20
Khanneshite
(Na,Ca)(Ba,Sr,Ce,Ca)(CO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 321
5.AC.30
Kharaelakhite
(Cu,Pt,Pb,Fe,Ni)S A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 7(1985) (1), 78
2.BC.70
Khatyrkite
(Cu,Zn)Al A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 114 (1985), 90
1.AA.15
Khibinskite
KZrSiO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 110
9.BC.10
Khinite
(Cu)PbTeO(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 763
4.FD.30
Khlopinite
(Y,Ce,U)(Nb,Ta,Ti)O D
American Mineralogist 57 (1972), 329
Khmaralite
Mg(MgAl)O[SiAlBeO] A
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 1650
9.DH.45
K-hollandite
KAlSiO H
Lithos 77 (2004), 647
9.FA.75
Khomyakovite
NaCaSrFeWZr(SiO)(O,OH,HO)(Cl,OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 893
9.CO.10
Khristovite-(Ce)
CaCeMgMnAl(SiO)(SiO)(OH)F A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 122 (1993) (3), 103
9.BG.05c
Khuniite
PbCu(CrO)(SiO)(F,OH) D
American Mineralogist 61 (1976), 186
Kiddcreekite
CuWSnS A
Canadian Mineralogist 22 (1984), 227
2.CB.35a
Kidney stone
Ca(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Kidwellite
Na(Fe)(PO)(OH)3HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 68 (2004), 147
8.DK.20
Kieftite
CoSb A
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 179
2.EC.05
Kieserite
MgSOHO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 358
7.CB.05
Kievite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Kilchoanite
Ca(SiO)(SiO) G
Nature 189 (1961), 743
9.BJ.45
Killalaite
CaSiOHO A
Mineralogical Magazine 39 (1974), 544
9.BE.85
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Killinite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 566
9.EC.15
Kimrobinsonite
Ta(OH)(O,CO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 573
4.FG.15
Kimuraite-(Y)
CaY(CO)6HO A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1028
5.CC.50
Kimzeyite
Ca(Zr,Ti)(Si,Al,Fe)O A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 418
9.AD.25
Kingite
Al(PO)F(OH)7HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 31 (1957), 351
8.DC.47
Kingsmountite
CaFeAl(PO)(OH)12HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 17 (1979), 579
8.DH.25
Kingstonite
RhS A
Mineralogical Magazine 69 (2005), 447
2.DA.25
Kinichilite
MgMnFe(TeO)45HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 7 (1995), 509
4.JM.05
Kinoite
CaCuSiO2HO A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 709
9.BH.10
Kinoshitalite
BaMg(SiAl)O(OH) A
Chigaku Kenkyu (in Japanese) 24 (1973), 181
9.EC.35
Kintoreite
Pb(Fe)(PO)(POOH)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 59 (1995), 143
8.BL.10
Kipushite
Cu(PO)(OH)HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 35
8.DA.35
Kirchheimerite
Co(UO)(AsO)12HO H
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 9 (1964), 111
8.EB.05
Kirkiite
PbBiAsS A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 177
2.JB.30b
Kirschsteinite
CaFeSiO G
Mineralogical Magazine 31 (1957), 698
9.AC.05
Kirwanite (of Thomson)
Ca(Fe,Mg,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 53 (1989), 253
9.DE.10
Kitaibelite
AgPbBiS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.JA.05a
Kitkaite
NiTeSe A
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
2.EA.20
Kittatinnyite
Ca(Mn,Mn)SiO(OH)9HO A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 1029
9.AG.35
Kittlite
Hg,Ag,Cu,S,Se D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.CB.05a
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Kivuite
(Th,Ca,Pb)(UO)(POOH)(OH)7HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
8.EC.10
Kladnoite
CH(CO)NH G
American Mineralogist 31 (1946), 605
10.CA.25
Klebelsbergite
(Sb)O(SO)(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 499
7.BB.35
Kleberite
TiFeO3HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
4.CB.25
Kleemanite
ZnAl(PO)(OH)3HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 93
8.DC.17
Kleinite
HgN(Cl,SO)nHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 295
3.DD.35
Kliachite
AlOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.FD.10
Klipsteinite
(Mn,Fe,Mg)SiOHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 279
Klockmannite
CuSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 267
2.CA.05b
Klyuchevskite
KCuFeO(SO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 118 (1) (1989), 70
7.BC.45
Kmaite
K(Mg,Fe,Fe,Al)SiO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
9.EC.20
Knasibfite
KNa[SiF][BF] A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 447
3.CH.25
Knipovichite
CaAl(CO)(OH)3HO D
Mineralogical Record 6 (1975), 180
Knorringite
MgCr(SiO) A
American Mineralogist 94 (2009), 359
9.AD.25
Koashvite
Na(Ca,Mn)(Fe,Ti)SiO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 559
9.CJ.20
Kobeite-(Y)
(Y,U)(Ti,Nb)(O,OH)(?) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 296
4.DG.05
Kobellite
Pb(Cu,Fe)(Bi,Sb)S G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 268
2.HB.10a
Kochelite
Nb,Zr,Fe,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
7.
Kochite
Na(Na,Ca)Ca(Mn,Ca)ZrTi(SiO)(F,O) A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.22
Kochkarite
PbBiTe A
Geologiya Rudnykh Mestorozhdenii 31 (1989) (4), 98
2.GC.40b
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Kochsndorite
CaAl(CO)(OH)HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 479
5.DB.10
Koechlinite
BiMoO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 297
4.DE.15
Koenenite
NaMgAlCl(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 298
3.BD.25
Kogarkoite
NaSOF A
American Mineralogist 58 (1973), 116
7.BD.15
Koivinite-(Y)
YAl(PO)(OH)2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.DC.35
Kokchetavite
KAlSiO A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 148 (2004), 380
9.FA.75
Kokkolith
(Ca,Fe,Mg)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Kokscharovite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Kokscharowit
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Koktaite
(NH)Ca(SO)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 365
7.CD.35
Kolarite
PbTeCl A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 501
3.AA.45
Kolbeckite
ScPO2HO A
Acta Crystallographica C63 (2007), i91
8.CD.05
Kolfanite
Ca(Fe)O(AsO)2HO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 4 (1982) (2), 90
8.DH.30
Kolicite
Zn(Mn)(AsO)(SiO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 708
8.BE.60
Kolovratite
(Ni,Zn)xVOnHO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 288
8.CB.50
Kolskite
Mg,Si,O,HO D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 102 (1973), 3
Kolwezite
(Cu,Co)CO(OH) A
Bulletin de Minralogie 103 (1980), 179
5.BA.10
Kolymite
CuHg A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 109 (1980), 206
1.AD.10
Komarovite
(Ca,Sr,Na)-x(Nb,Ti)(SiO)(O,OH,F)nHO A
New Data on Minerals 39 (2004), 5
9.CE.45
Kombatite
PbO(VO)Cl A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1986), 519
8.BO.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Komkovite
BaZrSiO3HO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 12 (1990) (3), 69
9.DM.10
Konderite
PbCuRhS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 703
2.DA.20
Koninckite
FePO3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 290
8.CE.55
Konyaite
NaMg(SO)5HO A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 1035
7.CC.80
Koodilite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Koppite
(Ca,Na)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Koragoite
(Mn)MnNb(Nb,Ta)WO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 353A (1997), 341
4.DE.10
Korea-augite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Koritnigite
Zn(AsOOH)HO A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 26 (1979), 51
8.CB.20
Korkinoite
Ca,SO,HO H
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 1109
7.DG.20
Kornelite
(Fe)(SO)7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 368
7.CB.60
Kornerupine
(Mg,Fe,Al,[])(Si,Al,B)O(OH,F) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 428
9.BJ.50
Kornite
NaNa[Mg(Mn)Li]SiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.25
Korobitsynite
(Na,)Ti(SiO)(O,OH)8HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 128 (1999) (3), 72
9.CE.30a
Korshunovskite
MgCl(OH)4HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 324
3.BD.15
Korzhinskite
CaBO0.5HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (4), 60
6.HA.30
Kosmochlor
NaCrSiO A
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 809
9.DA.25
Kosnarite
KZr(PO) A
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 653
8.AC.60
Kostovite
AuCuTe A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 29
2.EA.15
Kostylevite
KZrSiOHO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 469
9.CJ.35
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
3/11/2009
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Kotoite
Mg(BO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 370
6.AA.35
Kttigite
Zn(AsO)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 293
8.CE.40
Kotulskite
Pd(Te,Bi)(x~0.4) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 273
2.CC.05
Koutekite
CuAs G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 274
2.AA.10d
Kovdorskite
MgPO(OH)3HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 109 (1980), 341
8.DC.22
Kozhanovite
(Ce,La,Th)(Ti,Nb)AlSiO(OH)3HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Kozoite-(La)
LaCO(OH) A
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 98 (2003), 137
5.DC.05
Kozoite-(Nd)
NdCO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1076
5.DC.05
Kzulite
NaNa[(Mn)(Fe,Al)]SiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.25
Kraisslite
FeMgMnZn(AsO)(AsO)(SiO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 957
8.BE.45
Krasnogorite
WO H
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 673
4.EA.10
Krasnoselskite
CoWO H
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 673
4.DB.30
Krasnovite
Ba(Al,Mg)(PO,CO)(OH)HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (3), 110
8.DK.35
Kratochvlite
CH G
American Mineralogist 23 (1938), 667
10.BA.25
Krausite
KFe(SO)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 373
7.CC.05
Krauskopfite
BaSiO3HO A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 314
9.DH.30
Krautite
Mn(AsOOH)HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 98 (1975), 78
8.CB.15
Kremersite
(NH)FeClHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 300
3.CJ.10
Krennerite
(Au,Ag)Te G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 275
2.EA.15
Krettnichite
Pb(Mn)(VO)(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2001), 145
8.CG.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Kribergite
Al(PO)(SO)(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 297
8.DC.52
Krieselite
AlGeO(OH) A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie - New Crystal Structures 213 (1998), 3
9.AF.35
Krinovite
NaMgCrO[SiO] A
Science 161 (1968), 786
9.DH.45
Kristiansenite
CaScSn(SiO)(SiOOH) A
Mineralogy and Petrology 75 (2002), 89
9.BC.30
Krivovichevite
PbAl(OH)SO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 451
7.BC.75
Krhnkite
NaCu(SO)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 374
7.CC.30
Krokalith
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Krokidolite
Na(Fe,Mg)(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Krokydolith
Na(Fe,Mg)(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Krupkaite
PbCuBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1147
2.HB.05a
Krut'aite
CuSe A
Canadian Journal of Chemistry 54 (1976), 841
2.EB.05a
Krutovite
NiAs A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 105 (1976), 59
2.EB.25
Kryptotile
AlSiOOH(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.
Kryzhanovskite
(Fe,Mn)(PO)(OH,HO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 298
8.CC.05
Ktenasite
(Cu,Zn)(SO)(OH)6HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 41 (1977), 65
7.DD.20
Kuannersuite-(Ce)
BaNaCe(PO)(F,Cl) A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 95
8.BN.05
Kubizit
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Kuboite
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Kudriavite
(Cd,Pb)BiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 437
2.JA.05c
Kukharenkoite-(Ce)
BaCe(CO)F A
European Journal of Mineralogy 8 (1996), 1327
5.BD.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Kukharenkoite-(La)
BaLa(CO)F A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003) (3), 55
5.BD.10
Kukisvumite
NaZnTiO(SiO)4HO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 13 (1991) (2), 63
9.DB.20
Kuksite
PbZnTeO(PO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 119 (5) (1990), 50
8.BL.20
Kulanite
Ba(Fe)Al(PO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 14 (1976), 127
8.BH.20
Kuliokite-(Y)
YAl(SiO)(OH)F A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 8 (1984) (2), 94
9.AG.50
Kulkeite
NaMgAl(Si,Al)O(OH) A
Fortschritte der Mineralogie Beihefte 58 (1980), 4
9.EC.60
Kullerudite
NiSe A
Comptes Rendus, Socit Gologique de Finlande 36 (1964), 113
2.EB.10a
Kumdykolite
NaAlSiO A
International Geological Congress, Program abstracts (2008)
9.FA.45
Kunatite
Cu(Fe)(PO)(OH)4HO A
Australian Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2008), 3
8.DC.15
Kunzite
LiAlSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.30
Kupkite
CuFeBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1155
2.JA.10b
Kupfferite (of Allen & Clement)
MgSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Kupfferite (of Koksharov)
(Mg,Fe,Cr)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Kupletskite
KNa(Mn)TiSiO(OH)F G
Mineralogical Magazine 70 (2006), 565
9.DC.05
Kupletskite-(Cs)
CsNa(Mn)TiSiO(OH)F Rn
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 365
9.DC.05
Kupletskite-(Cs)
CsNa(Mn)TiSiO(OH)F D
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 365
9.DC.05
Kuramite
CuSnS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 108 (1979), 564
2.CB.15a
Kuranakhite
PbMnTeO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 104 (1975), 310
4.DM.25
Kurchatovite
CaMgBO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 95 (1966), 203
6.BA.10
Kurchatovite-1M
CaMgBO D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 483
6.BA.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Kurgantaite
CaSrBOClHO Rd
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (3), 71
6.ED.05
Kurilite
(Ag,Au)(Te,Se,S) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.BA.30c
Kurnakovite
MgBO(OH)5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 379
6.CA.20
Kurumsakite
ZnAl(V)SiO27HO(?) Q
American Mineralogist 42 (1957), 583
9.EC.40
Kusachiite
Cu(Bi)O A
Mineralogical Magazine 59 (1995), 545
4.JA.20
Kusuite
(Ce,Pb)VO D
Bulletin de Minralogie 109 (1986), 305
Kutinaite
AgCuAs A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 1083
2.AA.25
Kutnohorite
CaMn(CO) G
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 493
5.AB.10
Kuzelite
CaAl(OH)(SO)6HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1997), 423
4.FL.15
Kuzmenkoite-Ca
KCa(Ti,Nb)(SiO)(OH,O)6-8HO H
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 165
9.CE.30c
Kuzmenkoite-Mn
KMnTi(SiO)(OH,O)10-12HO Rn
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 128 (1999) (4), 42
9.CE.30c
Kuzmenkoite-Zn
KZnTi(SiO)(OH)6-8HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 131 (2002) (2), 45
9.CE.30c
Kuzminite
Hg(Br,Cl) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 115 (1986), 595
3.AA.30
Kuznetsovite
(Hg)Hg(AsO)Cl A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 255 (1980), 174
8.BO.35
Kvanefjeldite
NaCaSiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 22 (1984), 465
9.DP.30
Kyanite
AlOSiO A
Reviews in Mineralogy 22 (1990)
9.AF.15
Kyanophyllite
(K,Na)Al(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Indian Mineralogist 11 (1970), 91
Kymatine
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.
Kyrgyzstanite
ZnAlSO(OH)3HO A
New Data on Minerals 40 (2005), 23
7.DD.75
Kyzylkumite
Be(V)TiO A
European Crystallographic Meeting 21 (2003), 145
4.CB.75
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Labrador hornblende
(Mg,Fe)SiO D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DA.05
Labradorite
(Ca,Na)(Si,Al)O I
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.35
Labuntsovite
Ca,K,Mn,Zn,Ti,Nb,Si,O,HO Group
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 165
9.CE.30
Labuntsovite-[]
([],Na,K)([],Mg,Fe)TiO(SiO)(OH)10-12HO N
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 165
9.CE.30e
Labuntsovite-Fe
NaK(Fe)Ti(SiO)(O,OH)10-12HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (4), 36
9.CE.30e
Labuntsovite-Mg
NaKMgTiO(SiO)(OH)10-12HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (4), 36
9.CE.30e
Labuntsovite-Mn
NaK(Mn)TiO(SiO)(OH)10-12HO Rn
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 444
9.CE.30e
Labyrinthite
(Na,K,Sr)CaFeZrTiSiO(O,OH,HO)Cl A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 135 (2006) (2), 38
9.CO.10
Lacroixite
NaAlPOF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 302
8.BH.10
Laffittite
AgHgAsS A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 97 (1974), 48
2.GA.35
Laflammeite
PdPbS A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 671
2.BC.60
Lafortite
AgInS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 891
2.CB.10a
Lafossaite
TlCl A
Mineralogical Record 37 (2006), 165
3.AA.25
Laihunite
(Fe,Fe,)SiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 445
9.AC.05
Laitakarite
BiSe A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 665
2.DC.05d
Lakargiite
CaZrO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1903
4.CC.30
Lakebogaite
NaCaFeH(UO)(PO)(OH)8HO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 691
8.EA.20
Lalondeite
(Na,Ca)(Ca,Na)SiO(F,OH)3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist Special Publication 6 (2003), 106
9.EJ.
Lammerite
Cu(AsO) A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 28 (1981), 157
8.AB.30
Lampadite
(Cu,Ba,Ca,HO)(Mn,Cu)(O,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.FL.30
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Lamprobolite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Lamprophyllite
Na(SrNa)Ti(SiO)O(OH) G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.25
Lamprostibian
MnSbO D
Arkiv fr Mineralogi och Geologi 4 (1967), 449
Lanarkite
PbO(SO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 382
7.BD.40
Landauite
(Na,Pb)(Mn,Y)(Zn,Fe)(Ti,Fe,Nb)(O,OH,F)O A
Minerals and Museums 5 (2004)
4.CC.40
Landesite
(Mn)(Fe)(PO)(OH)9HO Rd
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 1122
8.CC.05
Laneite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Lngbanite
(Mn)(Mn)SbO(SiO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 447
9.AG.10
Langbeinite
KMg(SO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 383
7.AC.10
Langisite
CoAs A
Canadian Mineralogist 9 (1969), 597
2.CC.05
Langite
CuSO(OH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 384
7.DD.10
Lanmuchangite
TlAl(SO)12HO A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 21 (2001), 271
7.CC.20
Lannonite
HCaMgAl(SO)F32HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 47 (1983), 37
7.DF.40
Lansfordite
MgCO5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 387
5.CA.10
Lanthanite-(Ce)
Ce(CO)8HO A
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 411
5.CC.25
Lanthanite-(La)
La(CO)8HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 389
5.CC.25
Lanthanite-(Nd)
Nd(CO)8HO A
Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 80-1C (1980), 141
5.CC.25
Laphamite
AsSe A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 269
2.FA.30
Lapieite
CuNiSbS A
Canadian Mineralogist 22 (1984), 561
2.GA.25
Laplandite-(Ce)
NaCeTiPSiO5HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 571
9.DJ.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Larderellite
NHBO(OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 391
6.EB.05
Larisaite
Na(HO)(UO)(SeO)O4HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 367
4.JH.25
Larnite
CaSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 449
9.AD.05
Larosite
(Cu,Ag)PbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 11 (1972), 886
2.LB.35
Larsenite
ZnPbSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 450
9.AB.10
Lasalite
NaMgVO20HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1365
4.HC.05
Latiumite
(Ca,K)(Si,Al)O(SO,CO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 451
9.EG.45
Latrappite
(Ca,Na)(Nb,Ti)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 8 (1964), 121
4.CC.30
Laubanite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Laubmannite (of Frondel)
(Fe,Fe)(PO)(OH,HO)2HO D
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 1197
8.DK.15
Laubmannite (of Moore)
(Fe,Fe)(PO)(OH,HO)2HO N
Mineralogical Magazine 68 (2004), 147
8.DD.25
Laueite
Mn(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 305
8.DC.30
Laumonite
CaAlSiO4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Laumontite
Ca(SiAl)O4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Launayite
CuPb(Sb,As)S A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.LB.50
Laurelite
PbFCl A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 927
3.DC.20
Laurionite
PbCl(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 307
3.DC.05
Laurite
RuS G
Acta Crystallographica C46 (1990), 2003
2.EB.05a
Lausenite
(Fe)(SO)5HO G
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 411
7.CB.70
Lautarite
Ca(IO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 393
4.KA.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Lautenthalite
PbCu(SO)(OH)3HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1993), 401
7.DE,70
Lautite
CuAsS G
Acta Crystallographica E64 (2008), i22
2.CB.40
Lavendulan
NaCaCu(AsO)Cl5HO G
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 75
8.DG.05
Lvenite
(Na,Ca)(Mn,Fe)(Zr,Ti,Nb)(SiO)(O,OH,F) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 453
9.BE.17
Lvenite-O
(Na,Ca)(Mn,Fe)(Zr,Nb)(SiO)(O,OH,F) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
9.BE.17
Lavrentievite
HgSCl A
Geologiya i Geofizika (in Russian) (1984) (7), 54
2.FC.15a
Lavroffite
CaMg(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Lavrovite
Ca(Mg,Cr)(SiO) D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1979), 189
9.DA.15
Lawrencite
FeCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 308
3.AB.20
Lawrowite
Ca(Mg,Cr)(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Lawsonbauerite
(Mn)Zn(SO)(OH)8HO A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 949
7.DD.40
Lawsonite
CaAlSiO(OH)HO G
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 63
9.BE.05
Lazarenkoite
CaFe(As)O3HO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 3 (1981) (3), 92
4.JC.10
Lazareviite
CuAsS D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
2.CB.70
Lazulite
MgAl(PO)(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 307
8.BB.40
Lazurite
NaCa(SiAl)OS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 455
9.FB.10
Lead
Pb G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 292
1.AA.05
Leadamalgam
PbHg A
Dizhi Lunping (in Chinese) 27 (1981), 107
1.AD.30
Leadhillite
Pb(SO)(CO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 396
5.BF.40
Leakeite
NaNa[Mg(Fe)Li]SiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Lechatelierite
SiO Q
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 3 (1962), 325
4.DA.30
Lecontite
(NH)Na(SO)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 397
7.CD.15
Ledererite (of Jackson)
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.05
Lederite (of Jackson)
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.05
Ledikite
K(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.60
Legrandite
ZnAsO(OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 308
8.DC.10
Lehiite
CaAl(PO)(OH)HO D
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1515
Lehnerite (of Mcke)
Mn(UO)(PO)8HO A
Aufschluss 39 (1988), 209
8.EB.10
Lehuntite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Leifite
NaBe(SiAl)O(F,OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 183
9.EH.25
Leightonite
KCaCu(SO)2HO G
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 721
7.CC.70
Leisingite
CuMgTeO6HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 60 (1996), 653
4.FL.65
Leiteite
Zn(As)O A
Mineralogical Record 8 (1977), 95
4.JA.05
Lemanskiite
NaCaCu(AsO)Cl5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 523
8.DG.05
Lemmleinite-Ba
NaKBaTi(SiO)(O,OH)8HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (3), 36
9.CE.30d
Lemmleinite-K
NaKTi(SiO)(O,OH)8HO Rn
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 128 (1999) (5), 54
9.CE.30d
Lemoynite
NaCaZrSiO5-6HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 9 (1969), 585
9.DP.35
Lenaite
AgFeS A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 207
2.CB.10a
Lengenbachite
AgCuPbAsS G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 166 (1994), 169
2.HF.30
Leningradite
PbCu(VO)Cl A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 445
8.BH.65
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Lennilenapeite
K(Mg,Mn,Fe,Zn)(Si,Al)(O,OH)16HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 22 (1984), 259
9.EG.40
Lenoblite
(V)O2HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 93 (1970), 235
4.HG.60
Leogangite
Cu(AsO)SO(OH)8HO A
Mineralogy and Petrology 81 (2004), 187
8.CC.15
Leonhardite (of Blum)
CaAlSiOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Leonhardtite
MgSO4HO D
Mineralogical Record 6 (1975), 144
Leonite
KMg(SO)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 400
7.CC.55
Lepersonnite-(Gd)
CaGd(UO)(CO)SiO60HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 20 (1982), 231
5.EG.10
Lepidocrocite
FeO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 312
4.FE.15
Lepidolite
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) Group
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Lepidomelane
K(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Lepidomorphite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Lepkhenelmite-Zn
BaZn(Ti,Nb)(SiO)(O,OH)7HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 133 (2004) (1), 49
9.CE.30c
Lermontovite
UPO(OH)HO G
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 5 (1983) (1), 82
8.DN.15
Lesleyite
K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Lesserite
MgBO(OH)5HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Lessingite-(Ce)
(Ce,Ca)(SiO)(OH,F) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.AH.25
Lesukite
Al(OH)Cl 2HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 126 (1997) (2), 104
3.BD.10
Letovicite
(NH)H(SO) G
Acta Crystallographica B41 (1985), 209
7.AD.20
Leucaugite
CaMg(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Leucite
K(SiAl)O G
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 671
9.GB.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Leucophanite
NaCaBeSiOF G
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 625
9.DH.05
Leucophoenicite
(Mn)(SiO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 464
9.AF.60
Leucophosphite
K(Fe)(PO)(OH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 312
8.DH.10
Leucophyllite
K(Al,Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Leucosphenite
NaBaTiBSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 465
9.DP.15
Leucoxene
Ti,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.DB.05
Leuzit
KAlSiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Leverrierite
K,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Levinsonite-(Y)
YAl(SO)(CO)12HO A
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 65 (2001), 1101
10.AB.70
Lvyclaudite
PbCuSn(Bi,Sb)S A
European Journal of Mineralogy 2 (1990), 711
2.HF.25a
Levyine
(Ca,Na,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.15
Levyite
(Ca,Na,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.15
Lvyne-Ca
Ca(SiAl)O18HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.15
Lvyne-Na
Na(SiAl)O18HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.15
Levynite
(Ca,Na,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.15
Lewisite
(Ca,Fe,Na)(Sb,Ti)(O,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.DH.20
Lewistonite
Ca(PO)(F,CO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 282
Liandratite
UNbO A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 941
4.DH.35
Liberite
LiBeSiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 467
9.AA.10
Libethenite
CuPO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 313
8.BB.30
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Liddicoatite
Ca(LiAl)Al(BO)SiO(OH)F A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 675
9.CK.05
Liebauite
CaCuSiO A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 200 (1992), 115
9.DO.25
Liebenbergite
NiSiO A
American Mineralogist 58 (1973), 733
9.AC.05
Liebigite
Ca(UO)(CO)11HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 403
5.ED.20
Likasite
CuNO(OH)2HO G
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 96 (1973), 143
5.ND.05
Lilalite
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Lilalith
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Lillianite
Pb-AgBiS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.JB.40a
Lime
CaO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 315
4.AB.25
Lime-bronzite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.10
Lime-harmotome
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Lime mica
CaAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Lime-soda mesotype
NaCaAlSiO8HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Linarite
CuPbSO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 405
7.BC.65
Lincolnine
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O12HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Lincolnite
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O12HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Lindackerite
Cu(AsO)(AsOOH)9HO Rd
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 1035
8.CE.30
Lindbergite
MnCO2HO A
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 1087
10.AB.05
Lindgrenite
Cu(MoO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 406
7.GB.05
Lindqvistite
PbMn(Fe)O A
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 1304
4.CC.45
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Lindsleyite
(Ba,Sr)(Zr,Ca)(Fe,Mg)(Ti,Cr,Fe)O A
Minerals and Museums 5 (2004)
4.CC.40
Lindstrmite
PbCuBiS Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 525
2.HB.05a
Lingunite
NaAlSiO A
International Geology Review 49 (2007), 854
9.FA.70
Linnaeite
CoS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 297
2.DA.05
Linosite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)Ti(SiAl)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Lintisite
NaLiTiO(SiO)2HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 119 (3) (1990), 76
9.DB.15
Lintonite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Liottite
NaCaSiAlO(SO)Cl A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 321
9.FB.05
Lipscombite
Fe(Fe)(PO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 315
8.BB.90
Liroconite
CuAlAsO(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 316
8.DF.20
Lisetite
NaCaAl(SiO) A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1372
9.FA.55
Lishizhenite
Zn(Fe)(SO)14HO A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 10 (1990), 299
7.CB.75
Lisitsynite
KBSiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 129 (2000) (6), 35
9.FA.25
Liskeardite
AlAsO(OH)5HO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 317
8.DF.10
Litharge
PbO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 318
4.AC.20
Lithia mica
K,Li,Fe,Mg,Al,Si,O,OH D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Lithidionite
KNaCuSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 474
9.DG.70
Lithioglaucophan
Li(Mg,Fe)AlSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DD.05
Lithiomarsturite
Li(Mn)CaSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 409
9.DK.05
Lithioneisenglimmer
K(Al,Fe,Li)(Si,Al)O(OH)F D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Lithionglimmer
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Lithionit
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Lithionite
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Lithionitesilicat
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Lithiophilite
LiMnPO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 318
8.AB.10
Lithiophorite
(Al,Li)MnO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 319
4.FE.25
Lithiophosphate
LiPO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 319
8.AA.20
Lithiotantite
LiTaO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 5 (1983) (1), 91
4.DB.40
Lithiowodginite
LiTaO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 12 (1990) (1), 94
4.DB.40
Lithium-amphibole
Li(Mg,Fe)AlSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.
Lithium muscovite (of Stevens)
(Li,K)Al(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Lithium phengite
(K,Li)Al(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Lithosite
KAlSiO(OH) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 218
9.GB.05
Litvinskite
Na([],Na,Mn)ZrSiO(OH,O)nHO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 129 (2000) (1), 45
9.CJ.15
Liujinyinite
AgAuS D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
2.BA.40b
Liveingite
PbAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 298
2.HC.05c
Livingstonite
HgSbS G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 141 (1975), 174
2.HA.15
Lizardite
MgSiO(OH) G
Mineralogical Magazine 31 (1956), 108
9.ED.15
Lodochnikite
(U,Ca,Y,Ce)(Ti,Fe)O D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 92 (1963), 113
Loganite
Ca,Mg,Fe,Si,Al,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Lokkaite-(Y)
CaY(CO)9HO A
Geological Society of Finland, Bulletin 43 (1970), 67
5.CC.15
Lllingite
FeAs G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2001), 169
2.EB.15a
Lomonite
CaAlSiO4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Lomonosovite
NaTi(SiO)(PO)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.32
-lomonosovite
(Na,Ca)(Ti,Nb)(SiO)O(OH,F)NaPO(OH) D
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 12 (1990) (5), 10
9.BE.32
Londonite
CsBeAlBO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 747
6.GC.05
Lonecreekite
NH(Fe)(SO)12HO A
Annals Geological Survey of South Africa 17 (1983), 29
7.CC.20
Lonsdaleite
C A
Nature 214 (1967), 587
1.CB.10b
Loparite-(Ce)
(Na,Ce,Sr)(Ce,Th)(Ti,Nb)O A
Mineralogical Magazine 63 (1999), 519
4.CC.35
Lpezite
KCrO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 411
7.FD.05
Lorndite
TlAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 302
2.HD.05
Loranskite-(Y)
(Y,Ce,Ca)(Zr,Ta)O(?) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 323
4.DG.05
Lorenzenite
NaTiO(SiO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 479
9.DB.10
Lorettoite
PbOCl D
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 1303
3.DC.52
Loseyite
(Mn)(CO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 412
5.BA.30
Lotalite
CaFeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Lotharmeyerite
CaZn(AsO)2HO Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1597
8.CG.15
Loudounite
NaCaZrSiO(OH)8HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 21 (1983), 37
9.HF.10
Loughlinite
NaMgSiO8HO A
American Mineralogist 45 (1960), 270
9.EE.25
Lourenswalsite
(K,Ba)Ti(Si,Al)O(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 51 (1987), 417
9.EJ.05.
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Lovdarite
KNaBeSiO9HO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 213 (1973), 130
9.GF.15
Loveringite
(Ca,Ce,La)(Zr,Fe)(Mg,Fe)(Ti,Fe,Cr,Al)O A
Minerals and Museums 5 (2004)
4.CC.40
Lovozerite
NaCaZr(SiO)[(OH)O]HO G
Crystallography Reports 46 (2001), 937
9.CJ.15
Lweite
NaMg(SO)15HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 413
7.CC.45
Luanheite
AgHg A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 4 (1984), 97
1.AD.15b
Luberoite
PtSe A
European Journal of Mineralogy 4 (1992), 683
2.BC.35
Lucasite-(Ce)
CeTiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1006
4.DH.10
Luddenite
CuPbSiO14HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 363
9.HH.10
Ludjibaite
Cu(PO)(OH) A
Bulletin de Minralogie 111 (1988), 167
8.BD.25
Ludlamite
(Fe)(PO)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 322
8.CD.20
Ludlockite
Pb(Fe)(As)O A
Mineralogical Society of Japan Special Paper 1 (1970), 264
4.JA.45
Ludwigite
Mg(Fe)O(BO) G
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 1343
6.AB.30
Lueshite
NaNbO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 327
4.CC.30
Luetheite
CuAl(AsO)(OH)HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 41 (1977), 27
8.DD.05
Lukechangite-(Ce)
NaCe(CO)F A
American Mineralogist 82 (1997), 1255
5.BD.05
Lukrahnite
Ca(Cu,Zn)(Fe,Zn)(AsO)(OH,HO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2001), 481
8.CG.20
Lulzacite
Sr(Fe)Al(PO)(OH) A
Comptes Rendus. Acadmie des Sciences (Paris) ser. II, 330 (2000), 317
8.BK.25
Lneburgite
Mg[B(OH)(PO)]6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 324
6.AC.60
Lunijianlaite
LiAl(SiAl)(OH,O) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 486
9.EC.60
Lun'okite
MgMnAl(PO)(OH)4HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 232
8.DH.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Luobusaite
FeSi A
Acta Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) 80 (2006), 1487
1.BB.25
Lusungite
SrFe(PO)(POOH)(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 59 (1995), 143
8.BL.10
Luzonite
CuAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 304
2.KA.10
Lyndochite (of Ellsworth)
(Y,Ce,Ca)(Ti,Nb)(O,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.DF.05
Lyonsite
(Cu)(Fe)(VO) A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1000
8.AB.40
Macaulayite
(Fe)SiO(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 127
9.EC.65
Macdonaldite
BaCaSiO(OH)10HO A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 314
9.EB.05
Macedonite
PbTiO A
American Mineralogist 56 (1971), 387
4.CC.35
Macfallite
Ca(Mn)(SiO)(SiO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1851
9.BG.15
Machatschkiite
Ca(AsO)(AsOOH)PO15HO A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 24 (1977), 125
8.CJ.35
Mackayite
Fe(Te)O(OH) G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1977), 145
4.JL.10
Mackinawite
(Fe,Ni)S (x=0-0.07) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 305
2.CC.25
Maconite
K,Fe,Mg,Al,Si,O,HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.50
Macphersonite
Pb(SO)(CO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 277
5.BF.40
Macquartite
CuPb(CrO)(SiO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 373
9.HH.05
Macrokaolinite
Al,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Macrolepidolite
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Madocite
Pb(Sb,As)S A
Mineralogical Record 13 (1982), 93
2.LB.30
Magadiite
NaSiO11HO A
Science 157 (1967), 1177
9.EA.20
Maganthophyllite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Magbasite
KBaMgAlSiOF A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 163 (1965), 718
9.HA.25
Maghagendorfite
(Na,)MgMn(Fe,Fe)(PO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 227
8.AC.10
Maghagendorfite-Na[]
NaMgMn(Fe)(PO) N
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 227
8.AC.10
Maghemite
FeO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 329
4.BB.15
Magnesia-arfvedsonite
Na(Mg,Fe)FeSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Magnesia mica
K(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Magnesian glaucophane
Na(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Magnesian hastingsite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Magnesian hastingsitic hornblende
NaCa(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Magnesio-alumino-katophorite
NaCaMgAl(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Magnesio-alumino-taramite
NaCaMgAl(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Magnesio-anthophyllite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Magnesio-arfvedsonite
NaNa[MgFe]SiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 455
9.DE.25
Magnesioastrophyllite
KNaMg(Fe)TiSiO(OH) N
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 253
9.DC.05
Magnesioaubertite
MgAl(SO)Cl14HO A
Aufschluss 39 (1988), 97
7.DB.05
Magnesiocarpholite
MgAlSiO(OH) A
Comptes Rendus. Acadmie des Sciences (Paris) ser. D, 277 (1973), 1965
9.DB.05
Magnesiochloritoid
MgAlO(SiO)(OH) Rn
Bulletin de Minralogie 106 (1983), 715
9.AF.85
Magnesiochlorophoenicite
MgZnAsO(OH,O) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.BE.35
Magnesiochromite
MgCrO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 330
4.BB.05
Magnesioclinoholmquistite
Li(Mg,Fe)AlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Magnesio-clinoholmquistite
Li(Mg,Fe)(Al,Fe)SiO(OH,F) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Magnesiocopiapite
Mg(Fe)(SO)(OH)20HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 553
7.DB.35
Magnesiocoulsonite
MgVO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 124 (1995) (4), 91
4.BB.05
Magnesio-cummingtonite
MgSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Magnesiodumortierite
(Mg,Ti)(Al,Mg)AlBSi(O,OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 7 (1995), 167
9.AJ.10
Magnesio-ferri-fluor-oxy-katophorite
NaCa(MgFe)(SiAl)O(F,O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 733
9.DE.20
Magnesio-ferri-taramite
NaCaMg(Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Magnesioferrite
Mg(Fe)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 332
4.BB.05
Magnesiofoitite
(MgAl)AlSiO(BO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 1439
9.CK.05
Magnesio-gedrite
(Mg,Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Magnesiohastingsite
NaCa(MgFe)(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Magnesio-hastingsitic hornblende
NaCa(Mg,Fe)Fe(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Magnesiohgbomite-2N3S
(Mg,Fe,Zn,Ti)(Al,Fe)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.CB.20
Magnesiohgbomite-2N2S
(Al,Mg,Fe,Ti)(O,OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.CB.20
Magnesiohgbomite-2N2S
(Al,Mg,Fe,Ti)(O,OH) Group
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.CB.20
Magnesiohgbomite-6N6S
(Mg,Al,Fe)(Al,Ti)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.CB.20
Magnesio-holmquistite
Li(Mg,Fe)AlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Magnesiohornblende
[]Ca[Mg(Al,Fe)](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 651
9.DE.10
Magnesiohulsite
Mg(Fe,Sn,Mg)O(BO) A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 5 (1985), 97
6.AB.45
Magnesiokatophorite
NaNaCa(MgAl)(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Magnesiolaumontite
(Ca,Mg)AlSiO4HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
9.GB.10
Magnesiomargarite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Magnesionigerite-2N1S
(Mg,Al,Zn)(Al,Sn)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.FC.20
Magnesionigerite-6N6S
(Mg,Al,Zn)(Al,Sn,Fe)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.FC.20
Magnesiopascoite
CaMg(V)O16HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 679
4.HC.05
Magnesioriebeckite
[]Na[Mg(Fe)]SiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 455
9.DE.25
Magnesiosadanagaite
NaCa[Mg(Fe,Al)](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 151
9.DE.10
Magnesiostaurolite
Mg(Mg,Li)(Al,Mg)SiO(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 167
9.AF.30
Magnesiotaaffeite-2N'2S
MgBeAlO Rn
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 546
4.FC.25
Magnesiotaaffeite-6N'3S
MgBeAlO Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.FC.25
Magnesiotaramite
NaNaCa(MgAlFe)(SiAl)O(OH) Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
Magnesiowolframite
MgWO N
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 183 (2007), 165
4.DB.30
Magnesiozippeite
Mg(UO)(SO)O3.5HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 687
7.EC.05
Magnesite
MgCO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 421
5.AB.05
Magnesium anthophyllite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Magnesium orthite
CaCeMgAlSiO(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 838
Magnesium sericite
(K,HO)(Al,Mg)(SiAl)O(HO,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Magnesium szomolnokite
(Fe,Mg)SOHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Magnetite
Fe(Fe)O G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1132
4.BB.05
Magnetoplumbite
Pb(Fe)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 335
4.CC.45
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Magnetostibian
(Mn,Fe,Fe)O D
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 94 (1972), 423
Magnioborite
MgBO(?) D
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 915
Magniotriplite
(Mg,Fe,Mn)PO(F,OH) D
Minerals and Museums 5 (2004), 33
8.BB.15
Magnioursilite
Mg(UO)(SiO)(OH)20HO G
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 106 (1977), 553
9.AK.35
Magnodravite
(Na,Ca)(Mg,Al,V,Cr,Fe)Al(BO)SiO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
9.CK.05
Magnolite
(Hg)TeO G
Canadian Mineralogist 27 (1989), 129
4.JK.60
Magnophorite
(Na,K)Ca(Mg,Fe,Ti)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Magnussonite
(Mn)(As)O(OH,Cl) Rd
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 800
4.JB.15
Mahadevite
K,Al,Fe,Mg,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Malhmoodite
FeZr(PO)4HO A
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 437
8.CE.75
Mahnertite
(Na,Ca,K)Cu(AsO)Cl5HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 687
8.DH.45
Maigruen
CuGaS D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Maikainite
CuFeMoGeS A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk (in Russian) 393 (2003), 809
2.CB.30
Majakite
PdNiAs A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 105 (1976), 698
2.AC.25e
Majorite
Mg(Fe,Si)(SiO) A
Science 168 (1970), 832
9.AD.25
Makarochkinite
Ca(Fe)FeTiSiBeAlO A
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 1402
9.DH.45
Makatite
NaSiO(OH)4HO A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 358
9.EE.45
Mkinenite
NiSe A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 308
2.CC.20
Makovickyite
CuAgPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 515
2.JA.05d
Malachite
CuCO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 424
5.BA.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Malacolite
CaMg(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Malanite
CuPtS A
Acta Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) 70 (1996), 309
2.DA.05
Malayaite
CaSnO(SiO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 27
9.AG.15
Maldonite
AuBi G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 310
2.AA.40
Maleevite
BaBSiO A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 107
9.FA.65
Malinkoite
NaBSiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 129 (2000) (6), 35
9.FA.10
Malladrite
NaSiF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 337
3.CH.05
Mallardite
MnSO7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 425
7.CB.35
Mallestigite
PbSb(SO)(AsO)(OH)3HO A
Mitteilungen, sterreichische Mineralogische Gesellschaft 143 (1998), 225
7.DF.25
Malyshevite
PdCuBiS A
New Data on Minerals 41 (2006), 14
2.GA.25
Mammothite
PbCuAlSbO(SO)Cl(OH) A
Mineralogical Record 16 (1985), 117
7.BC.60
Manaksite
KNaMnSiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 121 (1992) (1), 112
9.DG.70
Manandonite
LiAl(SiAlB)O(OH) G
American Mineralogist 80 (1995), 387
9.ED.15
Manasseite
MgAlCO(OH)4HO G
American Mineralogist 26 (1941), 295
5.DA.45
Mandarinoite
(Fe)(SeO)6HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 16 (1978), 605
4.JH.15
Manganactinolite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Mn)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Mangan-actinolite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Mn)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Manganamphibole
MnSiO D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DK.05
Mangan amphibole
(Mn,Fe,Mg,Ca)SiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 16 (1978), 501
9.DK.05
Manganandalusite
(Al,Mn)SiO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Manganarsite
(Mn)(As)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1517
4.JB.10
Manganbabingtonite
CaMnFeSiO(OH) A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 169 (1966), 128
9.DK.05
Manganbelyankinite
Mn(Ti,Nb)O9HO Q
American Mineralogist 43 (1958), 1220
4.FM.25
Manganberzeliite
NaCa(Mn)(AsO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 333
8.AC.25
Mangancrocidolite
Na(Fe,Mg,Mn)(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Mangan crocidolite
Na(Fe,Mg,Mn)(Fe)SiO(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Manganese
Mn N
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 933
1.AE.30
Manganese mica
K(Mg,Fe,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Manganese muscovite
K(Al,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Mn-palygorskite
NaMgMn(Fe)AlSiO(OH)10HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.EE.20
Mn-sepiolite
(Fe,Mn)SiO(OH)10HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.EE.25
Manganglauconite
(K,Na)(Fe,Al,Mg,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Mangangordonite
MnAl(PO)(OH)8HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1991), 169
8.DC.30
Manganhumite
(Mn)(SiO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 133
9.AF.50
Manganiandrosite-(Ce)
MnCeAlMnMn(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 569
9.BG.05b
Manganiandrosite-(La)
La(Mn)MnAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05b
Manganidissakisite-(REE)
CaREEMnMgAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05b
Manganilvaite
CaFeFe(Mn)SiOO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1027
9.BE.07
Manganipiemontite
CaMnAlMn(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Manganipiemontite-(Sr)
CaSr(Mn)Al(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Manganite
MnO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 341
4.FD.15
Mangankrokidolith
Na(Fe,Mg,Mn)(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Mangan krokidolith
Na(Fe,Mg,Mn)(Fe)SiO(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Manganlotharmeyerite
Ca(Mn)(AsO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1597
8.CG.15
Mangan-muscovite
K(Al,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Manganmuscovite
K(Al,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Mangano-anthophyllite
(K,Na)(Fe,Al,Mg,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Manganochromite
MnCrO A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1166
4.BB.05
Manganocummingtonite
[]MnMgSiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Manganogrunerite
[]Mn(Fe)SiO(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Manganohrnesite
(Mn)(AsO)8HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.CE.40
Manganokhomyakovite
NaCaSrMnWZr(SiO)(O,OH,HO)(Cl,OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 893
9.CO.10
Manganokhristovite-(REE)
CaREE(Mn)Al(SiO)(SiO)F(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05c
Manganokukisvumite
NaMnTiSiO4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 781
9.DB.20
Manganolangbeinite
K(Mn)(SO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 428
7.AC.10
Manganomelane
(Ba,HO)MnO D
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 513
Manganomossite
MnNbO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Manganonaujakasite
Na(Mn)AlSiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 129 (2000) (4), 48
9.EG.10
Manganoneptunite
KNaLi(Mn)TiSiO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EH.05
Manganoneptunite
KNaLi(Mn)TiSiO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EH.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Manganonordite-(Ce)
NaSrCe(Mn)SiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 127 (1998) (1), 32
9.DO.15
Manganoparawollastonite
(Ca,Mn)SiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.DG.05
Manganophyll
K(Mg,Fe,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Manganophyllite (of Igelstrm)
K(Mg,Fe,Mn)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Manganosegelerite
(Mn)Fe(PO)(OH)4HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 121 (1992) (2), 95
8.DH.20
Manganoshadlunite
(Fe,Cu)(Mn,Pb)S N
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
2.BB.15a
Manganoshadlunite
(Fe,Cu)(Mn,Pb)S D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
2.BB.15a
Manganosite
MnO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 344
4.AB.25
Manganosteenstrupine
NaCeMn(Fe)Zr(PO)SiO(OH)3HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
9.CK.20
Manganostibite
(Mn)SbAsO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 345
4.BA.10
Manganotantalite
MnTaO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
Manganotychite
Na(Mn)(CO)(SO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 119 (5) (1990), 46
5.BF.05
Manganphlogopite
K(Mg,Mn)SiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Manganseverginite
CaMnAlBSiOOH D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
9.BD.20
Mangantapiolite
MnTaO D
Geological Society of Finland, Bulletin 55 (1983), 101
4.DB.10
Mangan-tremolite
Ca(Mg,Mn)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Manganuralite
Na(Mg,Fe,Mn)FeSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Manganvesuvianite
CaMnAlMg(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 66 (2002), 137
9.BG.35
Mangazeite
AlSO(OH)3HO A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 135 (2006) (4), 20
7.DE.05
Manjiroite
Na(Mn,Mn)OnHO A
Journal of the Japanese Association of Mineralogists, Petrologists and Economic Geologists 58 (1967), 39
4.DK.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Mannardite
BaTi-(V)O2-xHO A
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 55
4.DK.05
Mansfieldite
AlAsO2HO G
Acta Crystallographica E65 (2009), i6
8.CD.10
Mansjite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Mantienneite
KMgAlTi(PO)(OH)15HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 107 (1984), 737
8.DH.35
Maoniupingite-(Ce)
(Ce,Ca)(Fe,Ti,Fe,[])(Ti,Fe,Fe,Nb)SiO A
Chenji yu Tetisi Dizhi 25 (2005), 210
9.BE.70
Mapimite
Zn(Fe)(AsO)(OH)10HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 104 (1981), 582
8.DC.55
Marburgite
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Marcasite
FeS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 312
2.EB.10a
Marcottite
MgO(UO)(SO)(OH)28HO A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 676
7.EC.15
Margaritasite
Cs(UO)(VO)HO A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 1273
4.HB.05
Margarite
CaAl(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Margarodite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Margarosanite
CaPbSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 517
9.CA.25
Marialite
NaAlSiOCl G
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1527
9.FB.15
Marianoite
NaCa(Nb,Zr)(SiO)(O,F) A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1023
9.BE.17
Mariite
NaFePO A
Canadian Mineralogist 15 (1977), 396
8.AC.20
Maricopaite
CaPb(SiAl)On(HO,OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 26 (1988), 309
9.GD.35
Marienglas
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Marignacite
(Ce,Ca,Y)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Marinellite
NaCaAlSiO(SO)Cl6HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 1019
9.FB.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Mariposite
K(Al,Cr)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Marmairolite
NaCa(Mg,Fe,Mn)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Marokite
Ca(Mn)O A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 86 (1963), 359
4.BC.05
Marrite
AgPbAsS G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 178 (2002), 75
2.JB.15
Marrucciite
HgPbSbS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 267
2.JB.60
Marshite
CuI G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 351
3.AA.05
Marsjatskite
(K,Na)(Fe,Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Marsturite
NaCa(Mn)SiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1187
9.DK.05
Marsyatskite
(K,Na)(Fe,Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Marthozite
Cu(UO)(SeO)O8HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 797
4.JJ.05
Martinite
(Na,[],Ca)Ca(Si,S,B)BO(OH,Cl)F4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 1281
9.EE.80
Martyite
ZnVO(OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 687
8.FD.05
Marumoite
PbAsS A
Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification Publication pending
2.HC.05g
Mascagnite
(NH)SO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 431
7.AD.05
Maslovite
PtBiTe A
Geologiya Rudnykh Mestorozhdenii 21 (1979), 94
2.EB.25
Massicot
PbO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 352
4.AC.25
Masutomilite
KLiAlMn(SiAl)O(F,OH) A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1395
9.EC.20
Masuyite
Pb(UO)O(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 353
4.GB.35
Mathewrogersite
PbFeAlGeSiO(OH,HO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1986), 203
9.CJ.55
Mathiasite
(K,Ba,Sr)(Zr,Fe)(Mg,Fe)(Ti,Cr,Fe)O A
Minerals and Museums 5 (2004)
4.CC.40
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Matildite
AgBiS A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 315
2.JA.20
Matioliite
NaMgAl(PO)(OH)2HO A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1932
8.DK.15
Matlockite
PbClF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 355
3.DC.25
Matorolite
SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Mtraite
ZnS D
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 103 (2008), 145
2.CB.45
Matsubaraite
SrTiO(SiO) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 1119
9.BE.70
Mattagamite
CoTe A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 55
2.EB.10a
Matteuccite
NaH(SO)HO G
American Mineralogist 39 (1954), 848
7.CD.05
Mattheddleite
Pb(SiO)(SO)Cl A
Mineralogical Magazine 70 (2006), 265
9.AH.30
Matulaite
CaAl(PO)(OH)28HO A
Aufschluss 31 (1980), 55
8.DK.30
Matveevite
KTiMn(Fe)(PO)(OH)15HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.DH.35
Maucherite
NiAs G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 318
2.AB.15
Maufite
MgAlSiO4HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.ED.15
Mawbyite
Pb(Fe)(AsO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1377
8.CG.15
Mawsonite
CuFeSnS A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 900
2.CB.20
Maxwellite
NaFeAsOF A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1991), 363
8.BH.10
Mayaite
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe,Al)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.20
Mayenite
CaAlO A
Acta Crystallographica B63 (2007), 675
4.CC.20
Mayingite
IrBiTe A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 15 (1995), 5
2.EB.25
Mazzettiite
AgHgPbSbTe A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 1739
2.LB.40
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Mazzite-Mg
Mg(SiAl)O30HO A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 45 (1974), 99
9.GC.20
Mazzite-Na
Na(SiAl)O30HO A
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 1186
9.GC.20
Mbobomkulite
(Ni,Cu)Al(NO,SO)(OH)3HO A
Annals Geological Survey of South Africa 14 (2) (1980), 1
5.ND.10
Mboziite
(Na,K)Ca(Fe,Mg)(Al,Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Mcallisterite
Mg[BO(OH)]9HO A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 629
6.FA.10
Mcalpineite
CuTeOHO A
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 417
7.DE.55
Mcauslanite
(Fe)Al(PO)(POOH)F18HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 26 (1988), 917
8.DB.60
Mcbirneyite
Cu(VO) A
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 33 (1987), 183
8.AB.35
Mcconnellite
CuCrO A
United States Geological Survey, Professional Paper 887 (1976)
4.AB.15
Mccrillisite
NaCs(Be,Li)Zr(PO)1-2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 839
8.CA.20
Mcgillite
(Mn)SiO(OH)Cl A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 31
9.EE.10
Mcgovernite
MnZn(AsO)(AsO)(SiO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 527
8.BE.45
Mcguinnessite
(Mg,Cu)CO(OH) A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie Suppl. 23 (2006), 505
5.BA.10
Mckelveyite-(Y)-1A
NaBa(Ca,U)Y(CO)3HO Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 195
5.CC.05
Mckelveyite-(Nd)
NaCaBaNd(CO)nHO N
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 119 (6) (1990), 76
5.CC.05
Mckinstryite
(Ag,Cu)S A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 320
2.BA.25b
Mcnearite
NaCa(AsO)(AsOOH)4HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 61 (1981), 1
8.CJ.55
Medaite
(Mn)VSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 85
9.BJ.30
Medenbachite
BiFe(Cu)O(AsO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 505
8.BK.10
Medmontite
K,Cu,Al,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 54 (1969), 994
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Megacyclite
KNaSiO(OH)19HO A
New Data on Minerals 42 (2007), 81
9.CP.10
Megakalsilite
KAlSiO A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 961
9.FA.05
Meionite
CaAlSiO(CO) G
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1527
9.FB.15
Meixnerite
MgAl(OH)4HO A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 22 (1975), 79
4.FL.05
Melaconite
CuO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Melanglimmer
K,Fe,Mg,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.
Melanocerite-(Ce)
(Ce,Ca)(Si,B)O(OH,F)nHO(?) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 531
9.AJ.20
-melanophlogite
CHOSiO Rd
American Mineralogist 57 (1972), 779
4.DA.25
Melanostibite
Mn(Sb,Fe)O A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 359
4.CB.05
Melanotekite
Pb(Fe)O(SiO) G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 573
9.BE.80
Melanothallite
CuOCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 360
3.DA.05
Melanovanadite
Ca(V,V)O5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 361
4.HE.05
Melanterite
FeSO7HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 457
7.CB.35
Melilite
(Ca,Na)(Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O Group
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 35 (2008), 147
9.BB.10
Meliphanite
Ca(Na,Ca)BeAlSiO(F,O) G
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 971
9.DP.05
Melkovite
Ca(Fe)MoO(PO)(OH)8HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 98 (1969), 207
8.DM.15
Mellcrite
(Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Melliniite
(Ni,Fe)P A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 451
1.BD.20
Mellite
AlC(COO)16HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 439
10.AC.05
Melnikovite
FeS D
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 513
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Melonite
NiTe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 321
2.EA.20
Mlonjosephite
CaFeFe(PO)(OH) A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 96 (1973), 135
8.BG.10
Mendelejevite
(Ca,U)(Ti,Nb,Ta)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Mendelyeevite
(Ca,U)(Ti,Nb,Ta)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Mendipite
PbOCl G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 223 (2008), 204
3.DC.70
Mendozavilite
NaCa(Fe)(PO)(PMoO)(OH,Cl)33HO A
Boletn de Mineraloga (Mexico City) 2 (1986), 13
7.GB.45
Mendozite
NaAl(SO)11HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 440
7.CC.15
Meneghinite
PbCuSbS G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2001), 115
2.HB.05b
Menezesite
BaMgZrNbO12HO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 81
4.FN.05
Mengxianminite
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe,Zn)SnAlO N
International Mineralogical Association, General Meeting Program Abstracts (1986), 130
4.CC.60
Meniaylovite
CaAlSi(SiO)F12HO A
Vulkanologiya i Seismologiya (2004) (2), 3
3.CG.10
Menshikovite
PdNiAs A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 679
2.AC.20c
Mercallite
KHSO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 441
7.AD.10
Mercury
Hg G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 323
1.AD.05
Mereheadite
PbO(OH)Cl A
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 387
3.DC.45
Mereiterite
KFe(SO)4HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 7 (1995), 559
7.CC.55
Merenskyite
PdTe A
Mineralogical Magazine 35 (1966), 815
2.EA.20
Meridianiite
MgSO11HO A
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 35 (2008), 207
7.CB.90
Merlinoite
KCa(SiAl)O24HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1977), 355
9.GC.15
Meroxene
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Merrihueite
(K,Na)(Fe,Mg)SiO A
Science 149 (1965), 972
9.CM.05
Merrillite
CaNaMg(PO) Rd
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1300
8.AC.45
Mertieite-I
Pd(Sb,As)(x=0.1-0.2) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 13 (1975), 321
2.AC.15b
Mertieite-II
Pd(Sb,As) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 326
2.AC.10b
Merwinite
CaMg(SiO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 537
9.AD.15
Mesole (of Berzelius)
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Mesoline
K,Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.15
Mesolite
NaCa(SiAl)O8HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Mesolitine
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Mesotype
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Messelite
CaFe(PO)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 353
8.CG.05
Meta-aluminite
AlSO(OH)5HO A
American Mineralogist 53 (1968), 717
7.DC.05
Meta-alunogen
Al(SO)14HO Q
American Mineralogist 28 (1943), 61
7.CB.45
Meta-ankoleite
K(UO)(PO)3HO A
Bulletin of the Geological Survey of Great Britain 25 (1966), 49
8.EB.15
Meta-autunite
Ca(UO)(PO)6HO G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 181 (2005), 27
8.EB.10
Metaberyllite
BeSiO2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.AE.05
Metabiotite
Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.
Metaborite
HBO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 93 (1964), 329
6.GD.10
Metacalciouranoite
(Ca,Na,Ba)UO2HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 102 (1973), 75
4.GB.20
Metachabazite
Ca,Na,K,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Metacinnabar
HgS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 327
2.CB.05a
Metadelrioite
SrCa(VO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 185
4.HG.40
Metadesmine
NaCaAlSiOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Metaepistilbite
CaAlSiOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.45
Metahaiweeite
Ca(UO)SiOnHO A
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 839
9.AK.25
Metaheinrichite
Ba(UO)(AsO)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 356
8.EB.10
Metaheulandite
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)OnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Metahewettite
Ca(V)O3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 365
4.HE.15
Metahohmannite
(Fe)O(SO)4HO G
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 265
7.DB.30
Metajennite
Ca,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Metakahlerite
Fe(UO)(AsO)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 357
8.EB.10
Metakirchheimerite
Co(UO)(AsO)8HO G
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 9 (1964), 111
8.EB.10
Metakttigite
(Zn,Fe)(AsO)8(HO,OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1982), 506
8.CE.85
Metalaumontite
CaAlSiOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Metaleonhardite
CaAlSiOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Metaleucite
KAlSiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Metaliebigite
Ca,Mg,U D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Metalodvite
Zn(UO)(AsO)10HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.EB.10
Metalomonosovite
NaTiSiO(Na,H)PO D
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 1413
9.BE.32
Metamesolite
NaCaAlSiO8HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Metamunirite
NaVO A
Mineralogical Magazine 55 (1991), 509
4.HD.20
Metamurmanite
Na,Mn,Ti,Si,O,OH D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Meta-natrium-uranospinite
Na(UO)(AsO)8HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.EB.15
Metanatroautunite
Na(UO)(PO)6-8HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.EB.10
Metanatrolite
NaAlSiOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Metanovekite
Mg(UO)(AsO)4-8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 361
8.EB.10
Metarossite
Ca(V)O2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 367
4.HD.10
Metasaleite
Mg(UO)(PO)8HO G
American Mineralogist 35 (1950), 525
8.EB.10
Metaschoderite
AlPO3HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 362
8.CE.70
Metaschoepite
(UO)O(OH)10HO G
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 235
4.GA.05
Metascolecite
CaAlSiOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Metasericite
KAl(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Metasideronatrite
NaFe(SO)(OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 447
7.DF.20
Metasimpsonite
(Ca,Na)Ta(O,OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Metaskolecit
CaAlSiOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Metaskolezit
CaAlSiOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Metastibnite
SbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 328
2.DB.05a
Metastrengite
FePO2HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Metastudtite
(UO)O(HO) A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 456
4.GA.15
Metaswitzerite
(Mn)(PO)4HO Rd
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1221
8.CE.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Metathenardite
NaSO H
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 2 (1951), 407
7.AC.30
Metathomsonite
NaCaAlSiOnHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Metatorbernite
Cu(UO)(PO)8HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 489
8.EB.10
Metatyuyamunite
Ca(UO)(VO)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 365
4.HB.25
Metauramphite
(NH)(UO)(PO)6HO Q
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.EB.10
Metauranocircite-I
Ba(UO)(PO)8HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 721
8.EB.10
Metauranocircite-II
Ba(UO)(PO)6HO N
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.EB.10
Metauranopilite
(UO)SO(OH)5HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
7.EA.05
Metauranospinite
Ca(UO)(AsO)8HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.EB.10
Metavandendriesscheite
PbUOnHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 370
4.GB.40
Metavanmeersscheite
U(UO)(PO)(OH)2HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 105 (1982), 125
8.EC.20
Metavanuralite
Al(UO)(VO)(OH)8HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 93 (1970), 242
4.HB.20
Metavariscite
AlPO2HO A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1695
8.CD.05
Metavauxite
FeAl(PO)(OH)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 371
8.DC.25
Metavivianite
(Fe,Fe)(PO)(OH)6HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 372
8.CE.85
Metavoltine
KNaFe(Fe)O(SO)18HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 449
7.DF.35
Metazellerite
Ca(UO)(CO)3HO A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 1567
5.EC.10
Metazeunerite
Cu(UO)(AsO)8HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 489
8.EB.10
Meurigite-K
K(Fe)(PO)(OH)65HO Rn
Commission on New Minerals, Nomenclature and Classification Publication pending
8.DJ.20
Meyerhofferite
CaBO(OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 451
6.CA.30
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Meymacite
WO2HO Rd
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 88 (1965), 613
4.FJ.05
Mg-illite-hydromica
K,Mg,Al,Si,O,HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.60
Mgriite
(Cu,Fe)AsSe A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 215
2.LA.45
Miargyrite
AgSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 330
2.HA.10
Miassite
RhS Rn
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (2), 41
2.BC.05
Mica
AC-TOX Group
Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry 46 (2002)
9.EC.
Micheelsenite
(Ca,Y)Al(POOH)CO(OH)12HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2001), 337
8.DO.30
Michenerite
PdBiTe Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 11 (1973), 903
2.EB.25
Microcline
KAlSiO G
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.30
Microlepidolite
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Microlite
(Ca,Na)Ta(O,OH,F) A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Microsommite
NaKCa(SO)(SiAlO)Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 540
9.FB.05
Middendorfite
KNaMnSi(O,OH)2HO A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 135 (2006) (3), 42
9.EJ.10
Miersite
(Ag,Cu)I G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 373
3.AA.05
Miessiite
PdTeSe A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 1221
2.AC.15a
Miharaite
PbCuFeBiS A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 784
2.LB.05
Mikasaite
(Fe)(SO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 649
7.AB.05
Milarite
KCa(BeAlSi)OxHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 541
9.CM.05
Millerite
NiS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 333
2.CC.20
Millisite
NaCaAl(PO)(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 375
8.DL.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Millosevichite
Al(SO) G
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 214 (1974), 158
7.AB.05
Milotaite
PdSbSe A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 689
2.EB.25
Mimetite
Pb(AsO)Cl G
Acta Crystallographica B64 (2008), 34
8.BN.05
Minamiite
NaAl(SO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 114
7.BC.10
Minasgeraisite-(Y)
CaBeYSiO A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 603
9.AJ.20
Minasragrite
VO(SO)5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 455
7.DB.20
Mindigite
CoO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 253
Mineevite-(Y)
NaBaY(CO)(HCO)(SO)FCl A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 121 (1992) (6), 138
5.BF.25
Minehillite
K-CaZnAlSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 1150
9.EE.75
Minguetite
(K,Ca,Na)(Fe,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)(O,OH)nHO D
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 91 (1968), 460
9.EG.40
Minguzzite
KFe(CO)3HO G
Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rendiconti, Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche, e Naturali 18 (1955), 392
10.AB.25
Minium
(Pb)PbO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 374
4.BD.05
Minnesotaite
(Fe)SiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 544
9.EC.05
Minrecordite
CaZn(CO) A
Mineralogical Record 13 (1982), 131
5.AB.10
Minyulite
KAl(PO)F4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 377
8.DH.05
Miomirite
(Ce,Pb)(Y,U,Fe)(Ti,Fe)(O,OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Mirabilite
NaSO10HO G
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 36 (2009), 29
7.CD.10
Mirupolskite
Ca(SO)HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Misenite
K(SO)(SOOH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 460
7.AD.15
Miserite
KCaSiO(OH) G
American Mineralogist 35 (1950), 911
9.DG.85
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Mispickel
FeAsS D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Mitridatite
Ca(Fe)O(PO)3HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 395
8.DH.30
Mitryaevaite
Al(PO)[(P,S)O(OH,O)]F(OH)14.5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 179
8.DB.25
Mitscherlichite
KCuCl2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 375
3.CJ.15
Mixite
CuBi(AsO)(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 380
8.DL.15
Miyashiroite
Na(Mg,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
9.DE.25
Mizzonite
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O(Cl,CO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 51 (1987), 176
9.FB.15
Moctezumite
Pb(UO)(TeO) A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1158
4.JK.65
Modderite
CoAs G
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 106 (1977), 347
2.CC.15
Moloite
PbSbS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 599
2.HC.25
Mognite
SiOnHO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 149 (1984), 325
4.DA.20
Mogovidite
Na(Ca,Na)FeZrSiO(CO)(OH) A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 134 (2005) (6), 36
9.CO.10
Mohite
CuSnS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 110
2.CB.15b
Mohrite
(NH)Fe(SO)6HO A
Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rendiconti, Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche, e Naturali 36 (1964), 524
7.CC.60
Mohsite
(Sr,Pb,La,Ce)Ti(Fe,Ti,Mn)O D
Canadian Mineralogist 17 (1979), 635
Moissanite
SiC G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 403
1.DA.05
Moluranite
HU(UO)(MoO)18HO G
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 88 (1959), 564
7.HA.15
Molybdenite
MoS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 336
2.EA.30
Molybdenum
Mo N
Geochemistry International 39 (2001), 604
1.AE.05
Molybdite
MoO Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 377
4.EA.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Molybdofornacite
CuPbMoOAsO(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1983), 289
7.FC.10
Molybdomenite
PbSeO G
Canadian Mineralogist 8 (1965), 149
4.JF.05
Molybdophyllite
MgPbSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 546
9.HH.25
Molysite
FeCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 378
3.AC.10
Monalbite
NaAlSiO N
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 222 (2004), 235
9.FA.30
Monazite-(Ce)
CePO A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 137 (1999), 351
8.AD.50
Monazite-(La)
LaPO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 10 (6) (1988), 16
8.AD.50
Monazite-(Nd)
NdPO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 67 (1987), 103
8.AD.50
Monazite-(Sm)
SmPO A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002)
8.AD.50
Moncheite
Pt(Te,Bi) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 337
2.EA.20
Mondradite
Ca,Mg,Fe,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.
Monetite
Ca(POOH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 385
8.AD.10
Mongolite
CaNbSiO(OH)6HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 114 (1985), 374
9.HF.05
Mongshanite
(Mg,Cr,Fe,Ca,K)(Ti,Zr,Cr,Fe)O N
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 441
4.CB.15
Monimolite
PbSbO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 379
4.DH.20
Monohydrocalcite
CaCOHO G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1014
5.CB.20
Monophane
(Ca,Na)(AlSi)O~16HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.45
Monrepite
K(Fe,Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Monsmedite
HKTl(SO)11HO(?) D
Romanian Journal of Mineralogy 76 (1993), 97
7.CC.25
Montanite
(Bi)TeO2HO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 466
7.CD.60
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Montasite
Ca,Mg,Si,O,OH D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Montbrayite
(Au,Sb)Te G
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 223
2.DB.20
Montdorite
K(Fe)(Mn)MgSiO(F,OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Montebrasite
LiAlPO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 386
8.BB.05
Monteponite
CdO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 380
4.AB.25
Monteregianite-(Y)
KNaYSiO5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 16 (1978), 561
9.EB.15
Montesommaite
K(SiAl)O10HO A
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 1415
9.GB.30
Montgomeryite
CaMgAl(PO)(OH)12HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 387
8.DH.25
Monticellite
CaMgSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 550
9.AC.10
Montmorillonite
(Na,Ca)(Al,Mg)SiO(OH)nHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 551
9.EC.40
Montroseite
(V,Fe,V)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 381
4.FD.10
Montroyalite
SrAl(CO)(OH)10HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 455
5.DB.35
Montroydite
HgO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 382
4.AC.15
Mooihoekite
CuFeS A
American Mineralogist 57 (1972), 689
2.CB.10b
Moolooite
CuCOnHO A
Mineralogical Magazine 50 (1986), 295
10.AB.15
Mooraboolite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Mooreite
Mg(SO)(OH)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 469
7.DD.45
Moorhouseite
CoSO6HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 8 (1965), 166
7.CB.25
Mopungite
NaSb(OH) A
Mineralogical Record 16 (1985), 73
4.FC.15
Moraesite
BePO(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 389
8.DA.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
3/11/2009
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Mordenite
(Na,Ca,K)(AlSi)O28HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.35
Moreauite
Al(UO)(PO)(OH)13HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 108 (1985), 9
8.ED.05
Morelandite
Ba(AsO)Cl A
Acta Crystallographica E64 (2008), i63
8.BN.05
Morenosite
NiSO7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 471
7.CB.40
Morimotoite
Ca(Ti,Fe,Fe)(Si,Fe)O A
Mineralogical Magazine 59 (1995), 115
9.AD.25
Morinite
NaCaAl(PO)(OH)F2HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 391
8.DM.05
Morozeviczite
PbGeS A
Rudy i Metally 20 (1975), 288
2.CB.35a
Morvenite
(Ba,K)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Mosandrite
NaCaREETi(SiO)OF G
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 887
9.BE.20
Moschelite
HgI A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1989), 524
3.AA.30
Moschellandsbergite
AgHg G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 341
1.AD.15d
Mosesite
HgN(Cl,SO,MoO,CO)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 385
3.DD.30
Moskvinite-(Y)
NaKYSiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003), 15
9.CD.05
Mossite
Fe(Nb,Ta)O D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 553
Mottanaite-(Ce)
Ca(CeCa)AlBe(SiBO)O A
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 739
9.DK.20
Mottramite
PbCuVO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 392
8.BH.40
Motukoreaite
[MgAl(OH)][Na(SO)7HO] A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1054
7.DD.35
Mounanaite
Pb(Fe)(VO)(OH) A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 92 (1969), 196
8.CG.15
Mountainite
(Ca,Na,K)SiO3HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 31 (1957), 611
9.GG.10
Mountain wood
Ca,Mg,Si,O D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
3/11/2009
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Mountkeithite
Mg(Fe)(SO)(OH)11HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 44 (1981), 345
7.DD.35
Mourite
UO(Mo)O5HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 474
4.FL.80
Moydite-(Y)
YB(OH)CO A
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 665
6.AC.45
Mozambikite
Th,Si,OH D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
9.AD.30
Mozartite
CaMnSiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 31 (1993), 331
9.AG.60
Mozgovaite
PbBi(S,Se) A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 1499
2.JA.05h
Mpororoite
AlO(WO)6HO A
Geological Society of Finland, Bulletin 44 (1972), 107
7.GB.35
Mrzekite
BiCu(PO)O(OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 30 (1992), 215
8.DJ.40
Mrazekite (of Neacsu)
Na,Ca,Mg,Al,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Mroseite
CaTeO(CO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 13 (1975), 286
4.JL.15
Muchuanite
MoS0.5HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.EA.30
Mckeite
CuNiBiS A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1989), 193
2.GA.25
Muirite
BaCaMnTiSiO(OH,Cl,F) A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 314
9.CN.05
Mukhinite
CaAlV(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 185 (1969), 123
9.BG.05a
Mukhinite-(Pb)
CaPbVAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Mukhinite-(Sr)
CaSrVAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Mullite
AlSiO (x~0.4) G
American Mineralogist 76 (1991), 332
9.AF.20
Mumbite
(Pb,Ca,U)TaO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Mummeite
CuAgPbBiS A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1992), 555
2.JA.05f
Munakataite
PbCu(SeO)SO(OH) A
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 103 (2008), 327
7.BC.65
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
3/11/2009
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Mundite
Al(UO)(PO)(OH)5.5HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 104 (1981), 669
8.EC.30
Mundrabillaite
(NH)Ca(POOH)HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 47 (1983), 80
8.CJ.10
Munirite
NaVO1.9HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 47 (1983), 391
4.HD.15
Munkforssite
(Ca,Mn)(PO)(Cl,F) D
Arkiv fr Mineralogi och Geologi 3 (1963), 413
Munkrudite
AlSiO D
Arkiv fr Mineralogi och Geologi 3 (1963), 413
9.AF.15
Murataite-(Y)
(Y,Na)Zn(Zn,Fe)(Ti,Nb,Na)O(O,F,OH)F A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 172
4.DF.15
Murdochite
CuPbOCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 389
3.DB.45
Murgocite
Ca,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
9.EC.60
Murmanite
NaTi(SiO)O2HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.27
Murunskite
K(Cu,Fe)S A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 468
2.BD.30
Muscovite
KAl(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1171
9.EC.15
Museumite
[Pb(Pb,Sb)S][(Te,Au)] A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.HB.20c
Musgravite
MgAlBeO D
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.FC.25
Mushistonite
(Cu)Sn(OH) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 612
4.FC.10
Muskoxite
Mg(Fe)(OH)HO(?) A
American Mineralogist 54 (1969), 684
4.FL.05
Mussite (of Bonvoisin)
CaMg(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Muthmannite
AuAgTe G
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 280 (1985), 159
2.CB.85
Mutinaite
NaCaAlSiO60HO A
Zeolites 19 (1997), 318
9.GF.35
Mutnovskite
PbAsSI A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 21
2.GC.50
Nabalamprophyllite
Na(BaNa)Ti(SiO)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1323
9.BE.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
3/11/2009
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Nabaphite
NaBaPO9HO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 266 (1982), 127
8.CJ.15
Nabesite
NaBeSiO4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 173
9.EA.65
Nabiasite
BaMn(VO)(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 879
8.BF.20
Nabokoite
CuTeO(SO)KCl A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 116 (1987), 358
7.BC.20
Nacaphite
NaCa(PO)F A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 915
8.BO.05
Nacareniobsite-(Ce)
NaCaCeNb(SiO)OF A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1333
9.BE.20
Nacrite
AlSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 561
9.ED.05
Nacrite (of Thomson)
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Nadorite
PbSbOCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 393
3.DC.30
Na-eastonite
NaMgAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Nafertisite
Na(Fe,Fe,Mg)Ti(Si,Fe)O(OH,O)2HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 124 (1995) (6), 101
9.EH.30
Nagashimalite
Ba(V,Ti)(O,OH)[BSiO]Cl A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 10 (1980), 122
9.CE.20
Nagelschmidtite
Ca(SiO)(PO) A
Geological Survey of Israel, Bulletin 70 (1977)
9.HA.60
Nagygite
[Pb(Pb,Sb)S][(Au,Te)] G
Mineralogy and Petrology 93 (2008), 273
2.HB.20a
Nahcolite
NaHCO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 478
5.AA.15
Nahpoite
Na(POOH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 19 (1981), 373
8.AD.05
Nakasite
AgCuPbSbS D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
2.JB.40a
Nakauriite
Cu(SO)(CO)(OH)48HO A
Journal of the Japanese Association of Mineralogists, Petrologists and Economic Geologists 71 (1976), 183
7.DG.30
Naldrettite
PdSb A
Mineralogical Magazine 69 (2005), 89
2.AC.25a
Nalipoite
NaLiPO A
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 565
8.AA.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Nalivkinite
LiNa(Fe)TiSiO(OH)F A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 137 (2008), in press
9.DC.05
Namansilite
NaMnSiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 121 (1992) (1), 89
9.DA.25
Namaqualite
CuAlSO(OH)2HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 32 (1961), 737
Nambulite
Li(Mn)SiO(OH) A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 7 (1972), 29
9.DK.05
Namibite
Cu(BiO)VO(OH) A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 61 (1981), 7
8.BB.50
Namuwite
ZnSO(OH)4HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 51
7.DD.50
Nanlingite
CaMg(AsO)F A
Geochimica (in Chinese) (1976), 107
4.JB.25
Nanpingite
CsAl(SiAl)OOH) A
Acta Petrologica et Mineralogica (in Chinese); = Yanshi Kuangwuxue Zazhi 7 (1988), 49
9.EC.15
Nantokite
CuCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 395
3.AA.05
Narsarsukite
Na(Ti,Fe,Zr)Si(O,F) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 123 (1994) (4), 58
9.DJ.05
Nasinite
NaBO(OH)2HO A
Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rendiconti, Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche, e Naturali 30 (1961), 74
6.EC.05
Nasledovite
Pb(Mn)AlO(SO)(CO)5HO Q
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 1325
5.DB.05
Nasonite
CaPb(SiO)Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 567
9.BE.77
Nastrophite
NaSrPO9HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 604
8.CJ.15
Natalyite
NaVSiO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 114 (1985), 630
9.DA.25
Natanite
FeSn(OH) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 492
4.FC.10
Natisite
NaTiO(SiO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 104 (1975), 314
9.AG.40a
Natrite
NaCO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 220
5.AA.10
Natrium illite
(Na,HO)(Al,Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Natro-alumobiotite
(K,Na)(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Natroalunite
NaAl(SO)(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 484
7.BC.10
Natroautunite
Na(UO)(PO)5-8HO D
Doklady Akademiia Nauk (in Russian) 338 (1994), 368
8.EB.15
Natrobetpakdalite
(Na,Ca)(Fe)(AsO)(MoO)15HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.DM.15
Natrobistantite
NaBi(Ta,Nb,Sb)(O,OH) A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 5 (1983) (2), 82
4.DH.15
Natroboltwoodite
Na(UO)(SiOOH)HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.AK.15
Natrochabazite
Na(AlSi)O11HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.05
Natrochalcite
NaCu(SO)(OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 485
7.DF.15
Natrodufrnite
NaFe(Fe)(PO)(OH)2HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 105 (1982), 321
8.DK.15
Natrofairchildite
NaCa(CO) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
5.AC.10
Natro-ferrophlogopite
(K,Na)(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Natroglaucocerinite
ZnAl(OH)(SO)Na(HO) A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie Suppl. Issue 9 (1995), 252
7.DD.35
Natrojarosite
Na(Fe)(SO)(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 853
7.BC.10
Natrokomarovite
(Na,Ca)Ca(Nb,Ti)SiO(O,OH,F)nHO N
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.CE.45
Natrokomarovite
(Na,Ca)Ca(Nb,Ti)SiO(O,OH,F)nHO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.CE.45
Natrolemoynite
NaZrSiO9HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1295
9.DP.35
Natrolite
Na(SiAl)O2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Natromontebrasite
NaAlPO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 391
8.BB.05
Natron
NaCO10HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 488
5.CB.10
Natron-chabasit (of Hintze)
Na(AlSi)O11HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.05
Natron-chabasit (of Hintze)
Na(AlSi)O11HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Natronambulite
Na(Mn)SiO(OH) A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 12 (1985), 332
9.DK.05
Natronbiotite
(K,Na)(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Natronchabazit
Na(AlSi)O11HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.05
Natrongrammatit
NaCa(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Natroniobite
NaNbO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 398
4.CC.30
Natronite (of Chester)
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Natronmargarite
Na,Li,Ca,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Natronphlogopite
(K,Na)(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Natronrichterite
NaCa(Mg,Fe,Mn)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Natropharmacosiderite
Na(Fe)(AsO)(OH)7HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.DK.10
Natrophilite
NaMnPO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 405
8.AB.10
Natrophosphate
Na(PO)F19HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 101 (1972), 80
8.DN.05
Natrosilite
NaSiO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 104 (1975), 317
9.EE.40
Natrotantite
NaTaO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 338
4.DJ.05
Natrouranospinite
Na(UO)(AsO)5HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
8.EB.15
Natroxalate
NaCO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (1), 126
10.AB.60
Natrozippeite
Na(UO)(SO)O(OH)12HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
7.EC.05
Naujakasite
NaFeAlSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 574
9.EG.10
Naumannite
AgSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 345
2.BA.30b
Naurodite
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Navajoite
(V,Fe)O12HO G
American Mineralogist 40 (1955), 207
4.HG.30
Nchwaningite
MnSiO(OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 80 (1995), 377
9.DB.30
Nealite
PbFe(AsO)Cl2HO A
Mineralogical Record 11 (1980), 299
4.JD.05
Nechelyustovite
(Ba,Sr,K)(Na,Ti,Mn)(Ti,Nb)OSiO(O,HO,F)45HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 21 (2009), 251
9.BE.55
Needlestone
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Needle zeolite
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Nefedovite
NaCa(PO)F A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 479
8.BO.30
Neighborite
NaMgF A
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 1534
3.AA.35
Nekoite
CaSiO7HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 31 (1956), 5
9.EA.45
Nekrasovite
CuVSnS A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 6 (1984) (2), 88
2.CB.30
Nelenite
(Mn)(As)SiO(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 271
9.EE.15
Neltnerite
Ca(Mn)O(SiO) A
Bulletin de Minralogie 105 (1982), 161
9.AG.05
Nenadkevichite
(Na,)Nb(SiO)(O,OH)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 578
9.CE.30a
Nenadkevite
U(SiO)(OH) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 1261
8.AD.50
Neodigenite
CuS D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Neodymite
(La,Ce)(CO)8HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 63 (1999), 761
Neotantalite
(Ca,Na)Ta(O,OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Neotocite
(Mn,Fe)SiOHO (?) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 579
9.ED.20
Nepheline
NaAlSiO G
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1465
9.FA.05
Nephrite (of Werner)
Ca(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Npouite
NiSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 581
9.ED.15
Nepskoeite
MgCl(OH)6HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 127 (1998) (1), 41
3.BD.20
Neptunite
KNaLi(Fe)TiSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 582
9.EH.05
Neskevaaraite-Fe
NaKFe(Ti,Nb)(SiO)(O,OH)6HO A
New Data on Minerals 38 (2003), 9
9.CE.30h
Nesquehonite
MgCO3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 490
5.CA.05
Neustdtelite
BiFe(Fe,Co)(O,OH)(AsO) A
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 726
8.BK.10
Nevadaite
(,Cu,V)Al(PO)F23HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 741
8.DC.60
Nevskite
Bi(Se,S) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 351
2.DC.05b
Newberyite
Mg(POOH)3HO G
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 1755
8.CE.10
Neyite
AgCuPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1365
2.JB.25i
Neilovite
PbZn(Mn)(Fe)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 1287
4.CC.45
Niahite
(NH)MnPOHO A
Mineralogical Magazine 47 (1983), 79
8.CH.20
Niccolite
NiAs D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Nichromite
NiCrO N
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 402
4.BB.05
Nickel
Ni A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 349
1.AA.05
Nickelalumite
(Ni,Cu)Al(SO,NO)(OH)3HO N
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1511
7.DD.75
Nickelaustinite
CaNiAsO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 25 (1987), 401
8.BH.35
Nickelbischofite
NiCl6HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 17 (1979), 107
3.BB.20
Nickelbldite
NaNi(SO)4HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 41 (1977), 37
7.CC.50
Nickelboussingaultite
(NH)Ni(SO)6HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
7.CC.60
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Nickelhexahydrite
NiSO6HO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 422 (2008), 1109
7.CB.25
Nickeline
NiAs A
New Data on Minerals 40 (2005), 51
2.CC.05
Nickelite
NiAs D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Nickellinnaeite (of Zambonini)
NiS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.DA.05
Nickellotharmeyerite
CaNi(AsO)2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2001), 558
8.CG.15
Nickelmelane
Ni,Mn,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Nickel phlogopite
K(Mg,Ni)SiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Nickelphosphide
NiP A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 128 (1999) (3), 64
1.BD.05
Nickelschneebergite
BiNi(AsO)(OH)HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 115
8.CG.15
Nickelskutterudite
NiAs Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
2.EC.05
Nickelzippeite
Ni(UO)(SO)(OH)16HO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
7.EC.05
Nickenichite
(Na,Ca,Cu)(Mg,Fe,Al)(AsO) A
Mineralogy and Petrology 48 (1993), 153
8.AC.10
Niedermayrite
CuCd(SO)(OH)4HO A
Mineralogy and Petrology 63 (1998), 19
7.DD.30
Nielsenite
PdCu A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 709
1.AG.70
Nierite
SiN A
Meteoritics 30 (1995), 387
1.DB.05
Nifontovite
Ca[BO(OH)]2HO A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 139 (1961), 188
6.CA.50
Nigerite
(Fe)SnAlO(OH) Group
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.FC.20
Niggliite
PtSn G
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1972), 794
1.AG.60
Nikischerite
Na(Fe)Al(SO)(OH)(HO) A
Mineralogical Record 34 (2003), 155
7.DD.35
Niksergievite
BaAl(Si,Al)O(CO)(OH)nHO A
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 1163
9.EC.75
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Nimite
(Ni,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 18
9.EC.55
Ningyoite
(U,Ca,Ce)(PO)1-2HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 412
8.CJ.80
Niningerite
MgS A
Science 155 (1967), 451
2.CD.10
Nioboaeschynite-(Nd)
Nd(Nb,Ti)(O,OH) N
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2001), 1207
4.DF.05
Nioboaeschynite-(Y)
(Y,REE,Ca,Th,Fe)(Nb,Ti,Ta)(O,OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 395
4.DF.05
Nioboaeschynite-(Ce)
(Ce,Ca)(Nb,Ti)(O,OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DF.05
Niobocarbide
NbC A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 126 (1997) (1), 76
1.BA.20
Niobokupletskite
KNaMn(Nb,Zr,Ti)SiO(OH,O,F) A
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 627
9.DC.05
Nioboloparite
(Na,Ce)(Ti,Nb)O D
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 991
4.CC.35
Niobophyllite
KNa(Fe)(Nb,Ti)SiO(OH)(F,O) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1
9.DC.05
Niobozirconolite
(Ti,Ca,Zr,Nb)O D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DL.05
Niobpyrochlore
(Ca,Na)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Niobtantalpyrochlore
(Ca,Na)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Niocalite
CaNb(SiO)OF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 585
9.BE.17
Nisbite
NiSb A
Acta Chemica Scandinavica 31 (1977), 517
2.EB.15a
Nissonite
CuMg(PO)(OH)5HO A
American Mineralogist 52 (1967), 927
8.DC.05
Niter
KNO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 497
5.NA.10
Nitrammite
NHNO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
5.NA.15
Nitratine
NaNO A
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 35 (2008), 545
5.NA.05
Nitrobarite
Ba(NO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 499
5.NA.20
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Nitrocalcite
Ca(NO)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 500
5.NC.10
Nitroglauberite
Na(NO)(SO)HO D
American Mineralogist 55 (1970), 776
Nitromagnesite
Mg(NO)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 501
5.NC.05
Niveolanite
NaBeCO(OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 1343
5.DC.35
Nobleite
CaBO(OH)3HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 825
6.FC.05
Noelbensonite
Ba(Mn)SiO(OH)HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 60 (1996), 369
9.BE.05
Nolanite
(V,Fe,Fe,Ti)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 408
4.CB.40
Nontronite
Na(Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH)nHO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 586
9.EC.40
Noonkanbahite
NaKBaTiSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
9.DH.20
Noralite
Ca(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Norbergite
MgSiOF G
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 35 (2008), 559
9.AF.40
Nordenskildine
CaSn(BO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 503
6.AA.15
Nordenskildite (of Kenngott)
CaMgSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Nordite-(Ce)
NaSrCeZnSiO A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
9.DO.15
Nordite-(La)
NaSrLaZnSiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 588
9.DO.15
Nordstrandite
Al(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 409
4.FE.10
Nordstrmite
PbCuBiS A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 789
2.JB.25c
Normalin
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Normandite
NaCa(Mn,Fe)(Ti,Nb,Zr)(SiO)OF A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1035
9.BE.17
Norrishite
KLi(Mn)SiO A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1360
9.EC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Norsethite
BaMg(CO) A
American Mineralogist 46 (1961), 420
5.AB.30
Northupite
NaMg(CO)Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 505
5.BF.05
Nosean
Na(SiAl)O(SO)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 590
9.FB.10
Novekite-I
Mg(UO)(AsO)12HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 414
8.EB.05
Novekite-II
Mg(UO)(AsO)9HO G
Dana's New Mineralogy, (Gaines et. al.), 8th edition, (1997), 771
8.EB.05
Novkite
(Cu,Ag)As A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 356
2.AA.15
Novgorodovaite
Ca(CO)Cl2HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (4), 32
10.AB.80
Novodneprite
AuPb A
Canadian Mineralogist Publication pending
1.AA.15
Nowackiite
CuZnAsS A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 357
2.GA.30
Nsutite
(Mn)(Mn)(O)(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 410
4.DB.15c
Nuffieldite
CuPbBiSbS A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1497
2.JB,25g
Nukundamite
CuFeS A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 193
2.CA.10
Nullaginite
NiCO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 19 (1981), 315
5.BA.10
Numanoite
CaCuBO(CO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 307
6.DA.40
Nuolaite
Y,Nb,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Nybite
NaNa(MgAl)(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 67 (2003), 769
9.DE.25
Nyerereite
NaCa(CO) A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 137 (2008) (4), 101
5.AC.10
Obertiite
NaNa(MgFeTi)SiOO A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 236
9.DE.25
Oblique mica
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Oboyerite
HPb(TeO)(TeO)2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 453
4.JN.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Obradovicite
HKCu(Fe)(AsO)(MoO)12HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 50 (1986), 283
7.GB.40
Obruchevite
(Y,Na,Ca)(Nb,Ta,Ti)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Octahedrite (of de Saussure)
TiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
O'Danielite
HNaZn(AsO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1988), 395
8.AC.10
Odenite
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Odinit
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Odinite
(Fe,Mg,Al,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) A
Clay Minerals 23 (1988), 237
9.EC.55
Odintsovite
KNaCaTiBeSiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 124 (1995) (5), 92
9.CJ.50
Odith
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Oellacherite
(K,Ba)Al(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Oenite
CoSbAs A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 855
2.EB.10f
Offretite
KCaMg(SiAl)O15HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.25
Oftedalite
KSc(BeAlSi)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 943
9.CM.05
Ogdensburgite
Ca(Fe)Zn(AsO)(OH)6HO A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 409
8.DC.57
Ohmilite
Sr(Ti,Fe)(SiO)(O,OH)2HO A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 7 (1973), 298
9.DH.10
Ojuelaite
Zn(Fe)(AsO)(OH)4HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 104 (1981), 582
8.DC.15
Okanoganite-(Y)
(Y,REE,Ca,Na,Th)(Fe,Ti)(Si,B,P)(O,OH)F A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 1138
9.AJ.35
Okayamalite
CaBSiO A
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 703
9.BB.10
Okenite
CaSiO18HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 596
9.EA.40
Okhotskite
Ca(Mn,Mg)(Mn,Al,Fe)Si(O,OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 51 (1987), 611
9.BG.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Oldhamite
CaS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 360
2.CD.10
Olekminskite
Sr(CO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 120 (1991) (3), 89
5.AB.40
Olenite
NaAlBSiOO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 23
9.CK.05
Olgite
Na(Na,Sr)Ba(PO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1521
8.AC.40
Oligiste
FeO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
Oligoclase
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O I
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.35
Olivenite
CuAsO(OH) G
Acta Crystallographica E64 (2008), i60
8.BB.30
Olivine
(Mg,Fe)SiO Group
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 55
9.AC.05
Olkhonskite
CrTiO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 123 (1994) (4), 98
4.CB.35
Olmiite
CaMnSiO(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 71 (2007), 193
9.AF.90
Olmsteadite
K(Fe)NbO(PO)2HO A
American Mineralogist 61 (1976), 5
8.DJ.05
Olovotantalite
Mn(Ta,Sn)O D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Olsacherite
Pb(SeO)(SO) A
American Mineralogist 54 (1969), 1519
7.AD.35
Olshanskyite
Ca[BO(OH)]OH3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 137
6.CA.55
Olympite
LiNa(PO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 109 (1980), 476
8.AA.30
Omeiite
OsAs A
Acta Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) 52 (1978), 163
2.EB.15a
Ominelite
(Fe)AlO(BO)SiO A
American Mineralogist 87 (2001), 160
9.AJ.05
Omphacite
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe,Al)SiO A
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 34 (2007), 663
9.DA.20
Oncophyllite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Oncosine
K,Mg,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Ondejite
Mg,Ca,CO,HO D
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 1502
Oneillite
NaCaMnFeZrNb(SiO)(O,OH,HO)(OH,Cl) A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 1295
9.CO.10
Onkophyllit
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Onkosine
K,Mg,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Onkosin (of Kobell)
K,Mg,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Onoratoite
SbOCl A
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1037
3.DC.80
Oosterboschite
(Pd,Cu)Se A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 93 (1970), 476
2.BC.10
Opal
SiOnHO G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1325
4.DA.10
Opsimose
(Mn,Fe,Mg)SiOHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 279
Orcelite
NiAs (x=0.23) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 363
2.AB.10
Ordoezite
Zn(Sb)O G
American Mineralogist 40 (1955), 64
4.DB.10
rebroite
(Mn)(Fe,Sb)(SiO)(O,OH) A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1522
9.AF.75
Oregonite
FeNiAs A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 364
2.AB.20
Organovaite-Mn
KMnNb(SiO)O5-7HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (2), 46
9.CE.30g
Organovaite-Zn
KZn(Nb,Ti)(SiO)(O,OH)6HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 131 (2002) (1)), 29
9.CE.30g
Orickite
CuFeSnHO A
American Mineralogist 68 (1983), 245
2.FB.15
Orientite
Ca(Mn)(SiO)(SiO)(OH)4HO G
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 176
9.BJ.05
Orizite
(Ca,Na)(AlSi)O~16HO D
American Mineralogist 57 (1972), 592
9.GD.45
Orlandiite
PbCl(SeO)HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 1493
4.JH.20
Orlymanite
Ca(Mn)SiO(OH)2HO A
American Mineralogist 75 (1990), 923
9.EJ.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Orniblende
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Orpheite
PbAl(PO)(SO)(OH) Q
Journal of the Russell Society 10 (2007), 57
8.BL.05
Orpiment
AsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 366
2.FA.30
Orschallite
Ca(SO)SO12HO A
Mineralogy and Petrology 48 (1993), 167
4.JE.15
Orthite
(Ce,Ca,Y)(Al,Fe)(SiO)OH D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Ortho-armalcolite
(Mg,Fe)TiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Orthobrannerite
UUTiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 656
4.DH.05
Orthobronzite
MgSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Orthoclase
KAlSiO A
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.30
Orthoenstatite
MgSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Orthoericssonite
Ba(Fe,Ti)(Mn)SiO(O,OH) A
Lithos 4 (1971), 137
9.BE.25
Orthoeulite
FeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Orthoferrosilite
FeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Orthohypersthene
(Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Orthojoaquinite-(Ce)
NaBaFeCeTi(SiO)O(O,OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 809
9.CE.25
Orthojoaquinite-(La)
NaBaLaFeTiSiO(OH,O,F)HO Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 757
9.CE.25
Ortholomonosovite
NaTiO(SiO)(PO) D
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 1413
Orthominasragrite
VO(SO)5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1325
7.DB.20
Orthopinakiolite
MgMnO(BO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 515
6.AB.40
Orthorhombic lamprophyllite
(Na,Ca)(Na,Mn)(Sr,Ba)Ti(SiO)(O,OH,F) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Orthorhombic lvenite
(Na,Ca)(Mn,Fe)(Zr,Nb)(SiO)(O,OH,F) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Orthoriebeckite
Na(Fe,Mg)(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Orthose
KAlSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
Orthoserpierite
CaCu(SO)(OH)3HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 65 (1985), 1
7.DD.30
Orthowalpurgite
(UO)BiO(AsO)2HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 7 (1995), 1313
8.EA.05
Orthozoisite
CaAl(SiO)(SiO)(O,OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
9.BG.10
Oryzite
(CaNa)(AlSi)O~16HO D
American Mineralogist 57 (1972), 592
9.GD.45
Osakaite
ZnSO(OH)5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 1511
7.DE.40
Osannite
Na(Fe,Mg)(Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Osarizawaite
Pb(AlCu)(SO)(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 47 (1962), 1216
7.BC.10
Osarsite
OsAsS A
American Mineralogist 57 (1972), 1029
2.EB.20
Osbornite
TiN G
Dana's New Mineralogy, (Gaines et. al.), 8th edition, (1997), 15
1.BC.15
Osmiridium (of Steffens)
(Ir,Os) D
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 231
1.AF.10
Osmium
Os Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 231
1.AF.05
Osumilite
KFe(AlSi)O G
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 713
9.CM.05
Osumilite-(K,Mg)
K(Mg,Fe)(Al,Fe)(Si,Al)O D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Osumilite-(Mg)
KMg[Al(Fe)Si]O N
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 191
9.CM.05
Oswaldpeetersite
(UO)CO(OH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1685
5.EA.20
Otavite
CdCO G
USA National Bureau of Standards Circular 539, 7 (1957), 11
5.AB.05
Otjisumeite
PbGeO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1981), 49
9.JA.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Ottemannite
SnS A
Acta Crystallographica B38 (1982), 2022
2.DB.10
Ottensite
Na(SbO)(SbS)3HO A
Mineralogical Record 38 (2007), 77
2.MA.05
Ottoliniite
[]NaLi(MgFeAl)SiO(OH) H
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 888
9.DE.15
Ottoliniite
[]NaLi(MgFeAl)SiO(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.15
Ottrlite
(Mn)AlO(SiO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 611
9.AF.85
Otwayite
NiCO(OH)HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 183 (2006), 107
5.DA.15
Oulankaite
PdCuSnTeS A
European Journal of Mineralogy 8 (1996), 311
2.BC.40
Ourayite
AgPbBiS A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 131 (1977), 56
2.JB.40c
Oursinite
Co(UO)(SiOOH)6HO A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 333
9.AK.10
Ovamboite
CuFeWGeS A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk (in Russian) 393 (2003), 809
2.CB.30
Overite
CaMgAl(PO)(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 425
8.DH.20
Owensite
(Ba,Pb)(Cu,Fe,Ni)S A
Canadian Mineralogist 33 (1995), 665
2.FC.05
Owyheeite
AgPbSbS G
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 557
2.HC.35
Oxammite
(NH)COHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 521
10.AB.55
Oxy-apatite
Ca(PO)O H
Acta Crystallographica B55 (1999), 170
8.BN.05
Oxybiotite (of Eugster & Wones)
K(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(O,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.EC.20
Oxy-chromdravite
Na(CrMg)(CrMg)(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Oxy-dravite
Na(AlMg)(AlMg)(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Oxy-elbaite
Na(AlLi)Al(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Oxy-ferri-foitite
[][(Fe)Fe](Fe)(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Oxyferropumpellyite
CaFeAl(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
Oxy-feruvite
Ca(AlFe)(AlMg)(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Oxy-foitite
[](AlFe)AlSiO(BO)(OH)O H
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 749
9.CK.05
Oxyjulgoldite
(Ca,K)(Fe)(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
Oxykaersutite
NaCa(MgTi)(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.DE.10
Oxykinoshitalite
BaMgTiO(SiAl)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1501
9.EC.35
Oxy-liddicoatite
Ca(LiAl)Al(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Oxy-Mg-ferri-foitite
[][(Fe)Mg)](Fe)(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Oxy-Mg-foitite
[](AlMg)Al(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Oxy-Mg-foitite
[](AlMn)Al(BO)SiO(OH)O H
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 769
9.CK.05
Oxy-rossmanite
[](AlLi)AlSiO(BO)(OH)O H
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 481
9.CK.05
Oxy-schorl
Na(AlFe)(AlFe)(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Oxy-uvite
Ca(AlMg)(AlMg)(BO)SiO(OH)O H
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 215
9.CK.05
Oxyvesuvianite
Ca(Al,Mg)(SiO)(SiO)O H
Mineralogia Polonica 36 (2005), 51
9.BG.35
Oyelite
CaBSiO12HO A
Journal of the Japanese Association of Mineralogists, Petrologists and Economic Geologists 79 (1984), 267
9.HA.80
Ozarkite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Pkknenite
SbAsS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 480
2.DB.05b
Paarite
CuPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 909
2.HB.05a
Pabstite
BaSnSiO A
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1164
9.CA.05
Paceite
CaCu(CHCOO)6HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 66 (2002), 459
10.AA.30
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Pachnolite
NaCaAlFHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 417
3.CB.40
Padraite
Cu(Cu,Ag)PbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 481
2.JA.10e
Padmaite
PdBiSe A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 120 (3) (1991), 85
2.EB.25
Paganoite
NiBiOAsO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2001), 167
8.BH.50
Pagodite
Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.10
Pahasapaite
Li(Ca,Li,K)Be(PO)38HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1987), 433
8.CA.25
Painite
CaZrAlO(BO) G
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 610
6.AB.85
Pakhomovskyite
Co(PO)8HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 117
8.CE.40
Palarstanide
Pd(Sn,As) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 487
2.AC.20b
Palenzonaite
NaCa(Mn)(VO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1987), 136
8.AC.25
Palermoite
LiSrAl(PO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 428
8.BH.25
Palladinite
(Pd,Cu)O Q
Terra Nova (Terra Abstracts) 5 (1993) , 22
4.AB.30
Palladium
Pd G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 376
1.AF.10
Palladium arsenostannide
Pd(Sn,As,Sb) D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031 (Appendix Table 1)
1.AG.20
Palladoarsenide
PdAs A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 104
2.AC.25a
Palladobismutharsenide
Pd(As,Bi) A
Canadian Mineralogist 14 (1976), 410
2.AC.25f
Palladodymite
PdAs A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 128 (1999) (2), 39
2.AC.25c
Palladseite
PdSe A
Mineralogical Magazine 41 (1977), 123, M12
2.BC.05
Palmierite
KPb(SO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 524
7.AD.40
Palygorskite
(Mg,Al)SiO(OH)4HO G
American Mineralogist 94 (2009), 200
9.EE.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Panabase
(Cu,Fe)SbS D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Panasqueiraite
CaMgPO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 19 (1981), 389
8.BH.10
Pandaite
(Ba,Sr)(Nb,Ti)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Panethite
(Na,Ca,K)(Mg,Fe,Mn)PO A
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 31 (1967), 1711
8.AC.65
Panichiite
(NH)SnCl A
Canadian Mineralogist Publication pending
3.AA.
Panunzite
KNa(AlSiO) A
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 420
9.FA.05
Paolovite
PdSn A
Geologiya Rudnykh Mestorozhdenii 16 (1974), 98
1.AG.20
Papagoite
CaCuAlSiO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 617
9.CE.05
Para-alumohydrocalcite
CaAl(CO)(OH)6HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 106 (1977), 336
5.DB.05
Para-armalcolite
(Mg,Fe)TiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Parabariomicrolite
BaTaO(OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 655
4.FJ.20
Paraboleite
Pb,Ag,Cu,Cl,OH,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Parabrandtite
CaMn(AsO)2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 157 (1987), 113
8.CG.05
Parabutlerite
FeSO(OH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 526
7.DC.10
Paracelsian
BaAlSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 618
9.FA.40
Paracoquimbite
(Fe)(SO)9HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 527
7.CB.50
Paracostibite
CoSbS A
Canadian Mineralogist 10 (1970), 232
2.EB.10e
Paradamite
ZnAsO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 432
8.BB.35
Paradocrasite
SbAs A
American Mineralogist 56 (1971), 1127
1.CA.15
Parafransoletite
CaBe(PO)(POOH)4HO A
American Mineralogist 77 (1992), 843
8.CA.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Paragearksutite
CaAl(F,OH)F3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
3.CB.45
Parageorgbokiite
CuO(SeO)Cl A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 929
4.JG.05
Paragonite
NaAl(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Paraguanajuatite
BiSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 383
2.DC.05c
Parahilgardite
(Ca,Sr)BOClHO D
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 636
Parahopeite
Zn(PO)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 434
8.CA.70
Parajamesonite
PbFeSbS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.HB.15
Parakeldyshite
NaZrSiO A
Crystallography Reports 52 (2007), 1066
9.BC.10
Parakhinite
(Cu)PbTeO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1016
4.FD.30
Parakutnohorite
CaMn(CO) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
5.AB.05
Parakuzmenkoite-Fe
(K,Ba)FeTi(SiO)(OH,O)20-28HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (6), 63
9.CE.30g
Paralabuntsovite-Mg
NaKMgTi(SiO)(O,OH)20-24HO Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 165
9.CE.30f
Paralaurionite
PbCl(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 419
3.DC.05
Paralstonite
BaCa(CO) A
Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 79-1C (1979), 99
5.AB.40
Paramelaconite
(Cu)(Cu)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 420
4.AA.15
Paramendozavilite
NaAlFe(PO)(PMoO)(OH)56HO A
Boletn de Mineraloga (Mexico City) 2 (1986), 13
7.GB.45
Paramontroseite
VO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 421
4.DB.15a
Paranatisite
NaTiO(SiO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 947
9.AG.40b
Paranatrolite
Na(SiAl)O3HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 19 (2007), 593
9.GA.05
Paraniite-(Y)
(Ca,Y,Dy)Y(WO)AsO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 74 (1994), 155
7.GA.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Paraotwayite
Ni(OH)(SO,CO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 183 (2006), 107
7.BB.45
Parapectolite
NaCaSiO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
9.DG.05
Paraphane
U,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Parapierrotite
TlSbS A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 22 (1975), 200
2.HC.05f
Pararammelsbergite
NiAs G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 386
2.EB.10e
Pararealgar
AsS A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 525
2.FA.15b
Pararobertsite
Ca(Mn)(PO)O3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 27 (1989), 451
8.DH.30
Pararsenolamprite
As A
Mineralogical Magazine 65 (2001), 807
1.CA.10
Paraschachnerite
AgHg A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 117 (1972), 1
1.AD.15a
Paraschoepite
UO2-xHO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 423
4.GA.05
Parascholzite
CaZn(PO)2HO A
American Mineralogist 66 (1981), 843
8.CA.45
Parascorodite
FeAsO2HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 1003
8.CD.15
Parasibirskite
CaBOHO A
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 521
6.BC.20
Paraspurrite
Ca(SiO)(CO) A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 1003
9.AH.15
Parastilbite (of Waltershausen)
(Ca,Na)(AlSi)O~16HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.45
Parastrengite
Fe,PO,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Parasymplesite
(Fe)(AsO)8HO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 440
8.CE.40
Paratacamite
(Cu)(Cu,Zn)(OH)Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 424
3.DA.10c
Paratellurite
TeO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 425
4.DE.25
Paratooite-(La)
(La,Ca,Na,Sr)Cu(CO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 70 (2006), 131
5.AD.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Paratsepinite-Ba
(Ba,Na,K)(Ti,Nb)SiO(OH,O)4HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003) (1), 38
9.CE.30i
Paratsepinite-Na
(Na,Sr,K,Ca)(Ti,Nb)(SiO)(O,OH)4HO A
Crystallography Reports 49 (2004), 946
9.CE.30i
Paraumbite
KZrH(SiO)3HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 461
9.DG.25
Paravariscite
(Al,Fe)PO2HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Paravauxite
FeAl(PO)(OH)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 441
8.DC.30
Paravinogradovite
(Na,[])(Ti,Fe)(SiO)(SiAlO)(OH)HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 989
9.DB.25
Parawollastonite
CaSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
Pargasite
NaCa(MgAl)(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1725
9.DE.10
Pargasitic hornblende
NaCa(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Parisite-(Ce)
CaCe(CO)F A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 901
5.BD.20b
Parisite-(Nd)
CaNd(CO)F N
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 1496
5.BD.20b
Parkerite
Ni(Bi,Pb)S G
Izvestiya Akademiya Nauk, Seriya Khimicheskaya 50 (2001), 337
2.BE.20
Parkinsonite
(Pb,Mo,)OCl A
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 59
3.DB.40
Parnauite
Cu(AsO)(SO)(OH)7HO A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 704
8.DF.35
Parsettensite
(K,Na,Ca)(Mn,Mg)SiO(OH)nHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 627
9.EG.40
Parsonsite
Pb(UO)(PO) G
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 801
8.EA.10
Parthite
Ca(SiAl)O(OH)4HO A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 59 (1979), 5
9.GB.35
Partzite
CuSbO(O,OH,F) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 427
4.DH.20
Parvo-mangano-edenite
Na(CaMn)Mg(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 526
9.DE.10
Parvo-manganotremolite
[](CaMn)MgSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 526
9.DE.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Parvowinchite
(NaMn)(MgFe)SiO(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 5 (1993), 1153
9.DE.20
Parwanite
NaMgAl(PO)(CO)(OH)30HO A
Australian Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2007), 23
8.DO.40
Parwelite
(Mn)(Sb)(As)SiO A
Journal of Solid State Chemistry 181 (2008), 2250
8.BD.15
Paavaite
PdPbTe A
Canadian Mineralogist Publication pending
2.BE.15
Pascoite
Ca(V)O17HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1379
4.HC.05
Paternoite
KMgBO(OH)4HO D
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 1079
Patrnite
VS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 390
2.EC.10
Pattersonite
PbFe(PO)(OH)HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 281
8.BL.25
Pattersonite (of Lea)
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.60
Paucilithionite
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Pauflerite
VO(SO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 921
7.BB.55
Paulingite-Ca
(Ca,K,Na,Ba,[])(Si,Al)O34HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.35
Paulingite-K
(K,Ca,Na,Ba,[])(Si,Al)O34HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.35
Paulite (of Bltemann)
Al,U,AsO,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Paulite (of Werner)
MgSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Paulkellerite
(Bi)FeO(PO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 870
8.BM.10
Paulkerrite
KMgTi(Fe)(PO)(OH)15HO A
Mineralogical Record 15 (1984), 303
8.DH.35
Paulmooreite
Pb(As)O A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 352
4.JA.50
Pautovite
CsFeS A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 965
2.FB.20
Pavonite
AgBiS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 391
2.JA.05a
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Paxite
CuAs A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 392
2.EB.20
Pearceite
Cu(Ag,Cu)AgAsS Rd
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 918
2.GB.15
Pearl-mica
CaAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Peckhamite
MgSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Pecoraite
NiSiO(OH) A
Science 165 (1969), 59
9.ED.15
Pectolite
NaCaSiO(OH) G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 222 (2007), 696
9.DG.05
Pedrizite
Li(Li,Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.05
Pehrmanite
Be(Fe)AlO D
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.FC.25
Peisleyite
NaAl(PO)(SO)(OH)20HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 449
8.DO.15
Pekoite
CuPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 14 (1976), 322
2.HB.05a
Pekovite
SrBSiO A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 107
9.FA.65
Pellouxite
(Cu,Ag)PbSbSClO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 839
2.JB.35d
Pellyite
BaCa(Fe)SiO A
Canadian Mineralogist 11 (1972), 444
9.DO.10
Pendletonite
CH D
American Mineralogist 54 (1969), 329
Penfieldite
PbCl(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 431
3.DC.15
Pengzhizhongite-6H
(Mg,Zn,Fe,Al)(Sn,Fe)(Al,[])O(OH) D
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 389
4.FC.20
Penikisite
BaMgAl(PO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 15 (1977), 393
8.BH.20
Penkvilksite
NaTiSiO2HO A
Acta Crystallographica C64 (2008), i87
9.EA.60
Pennantite
(Mn,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 635
9.EC.55
Penobsquisite
CaFe[BO(OH)]Cl4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 657
6.GB.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Penroseite
G
Acta Chemica Scandinavica 23 (1969), 2325
2.EB.05a
Pentagonite
CaVOSiO4HO A
American Mineralogist 58 (1973), 405
9.EA.55
Pentahydrite
MgSO5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 534
7.CB.20
Pentahydroborite
CaBO(OH)2HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 90 (1961), 673
6.BB.10
Pentlandite
(Ni,Fe)S G
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1442
2.BB.15a
Penwithite
(Mn,Fe,Mg)SiOHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 279
Penzhinite
(Ag,Cu)Au(S,Se) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 356
2.BA.40d
Peprossiite-(Ce)
CeAlBO Rd
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 586
6.CA.45
Percleveite-(Ce)
CeSiO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 725
9.BC.35
Percylite
CuPbCl(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
3.DB.15
Peretaite
Ca(Sb)O(SO)(OH)2HO A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 936
7.DF.45
Perhamite
CaAlSiPO(OH)8HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 70 (2006), 201
8.DO.20
Periclase
MgO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 433
4.AB.25
Perite
PbBiOCl A
Arkiv fr Mineralogi och Geologi 2 (1960), 565
3.DC.30
Perlglimmer (of Mohs)
CaAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Perlialite
KNaCa(SiAl)O15HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 607
9.GC.25
Perloffite
Ba(Mn)(Fe)(PO)(OH) A
Mineralogical Record 8 (1977), 112
8.BH.20
Permanganogrunerite
[][(Mn)(Fe)]SiO(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Permingeatite
CuSbSe A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 94 (1971), 162
2.KA.10
Perovskite
CaTiO G
Acta Crystallographica E64 (2008), i65
4.CC.30
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Perraultite
(Na,Ca)(Ba,K)(Mn,Fe)(Ti,Nb)O(OH)(SiO)(OH,F) A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.67
Perrierite-(Ce)
CeMg(Fe)(Ti)O(SiO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 640
9.BE.70
Perrierite-(La)
LaFe(Fe)(Ti)O(SiO) N
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 499
9.BE.70
Perroudite
AgHgS(I,Br)Cl A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1251
2.FC.20c
Perryite
(Ni,Fe)(Si,P) G
Dana's New Mineralogy, (Gaines et. al.), 8th edition, (1997), 16
1.BB.10
Pertlikite
K(Fe,Mg)(Mg,Fe)(Fe)Al(SO)18HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 661
7.CC.25
Pertsevite
MgBOF A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 1007
6.AB.75
Petalite
LiAlSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 641
9.EF.05
Petarasite
NaZrSiO(Cl,OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 497
9.CJ.40
Petedunnite
CaZnSiO A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 157
9.DA.15
Peterbaylissite
HgCO(OH)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 33 (1995), 47
5.DC.25
Petersenite-(Ce)
NaCe(CO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 405
5.AD.15
Petersite-(Y)
CuY(PO)(OH)3HO A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 1039
8.DL.15
Petewilliamsite
(Ni,Co)(AsO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 68 (2004), 231
8.FA.25
Petitjeanite
BiO(PO)(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1993), 487
8.BO.10
Petrovicite
CuHgPbBiSe A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 99 (1976), 310
2.LB.40
Petrovskaite
AuAgS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 602
2.BA.40c
Petrukite
(Cu,Ag)(Fe,Zn)(Sn,In)S A
Canadian Mineralogist 27 (1989), 673
2.KA.05
Petscheckite
UFeNbO A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 941
4.DH.35
Petterdite
PbCr(CO)(OH)HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 38 (2000), 1467
5.DB.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Petzite
AgAuTe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 402
2.BA.40a
Pezzottaite
CsLiBeAlSiO A
Mineralogical Record 35 (2004), 369
9.CJ.05
Phacolite
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Phakolit
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Pharaonite
(Na,Ca,K)(AlSiO)(Cl,SO,CO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Pharmacolite
Ca(AsOOH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 451
8.CJ.50
Pharmacosiderite
K(Fe)(AsO)(OH)6-7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 452
8.DK.10
Phstine
Mg,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Phaunouxite
Ca(AsO)11HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 105 (1982), 327
8.CJ.40
Phenakite
BeSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 644
9.AA.05
Phengite
K(Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) Group
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 414
9.EC.15
Philadelphite
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.50
Philipsbornite
PbAl(AsO)(AsOOH)(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1982), 1
8.BL.10
Philipsburgite
(Cu,Zn)(AsO,PO)(OH)HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 255
8.DA.35
Philipstadite
Ca(Fe,Mg)(Fe,Al)(SiAl)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Phillipsite-Ca
Ca(SiAl)O12HO A
American Mineralogist 54 (1969), 182
9.GC.10
Phillipsite-K
K(SiAl)O12HO Rn
Clays and Clay Minerals 41 (1993), 521
9.GC.10
Phillipsite-Na
Na(SiAl)O12HO A
American Mineralogist 94 (2009), 190
9.GC.10
Philolithite
PbOMn(SO)(CO)Cl(OH) A
Mineralogical Record 29 (1998), 201
5.BF.35
Phlogopite
KMg(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 426
9.EC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Phoenicochroite
PbO(CrO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 542
7.FB.05
Pholidolite
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Phosgenite
PbCOCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 543
5.BE.20
Phosinaite-(Ce)
NaCaCe(SiO)(PO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 567
9.CF.15
Phosphammite
(NH)(POOH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 456
8.AD.20
Phosphate-walpurgite
U,Bi,PO,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.EA.05
Phosphochromite
(Al,Fe)PO2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 7 (1963), 676
Phosphoellenbergerite
(Mg,)Mg(PO,POOH)(POOH,CO)(OH) A
Mineralogy and Petrology 62 (1998), 89
8.BB.55
Phosphoferrite
(Fe)(PO)3HO Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 789
8.CC.05
Phosphofibrite
(HO,K)(Fe)(PO)(OH)5HO A
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 1518
8.DJ.20
Phosphogartrellite
PbCuFe(PO)(OH,HO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1998), 111
8.CG.20
Phosphohedyphane
CaPb(PO)Cl A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1909
8.BN.05
Phosphoinnelite
NaBaTiSiO(PO)OF A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 135 (2006) (3), 52
9.BE.40
Phosphophyllite
ZnFe(PO)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 460
8.CA.40
Phosphorrsslerite
Mg(POOH)7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 461
8.CE.20
Phosphosiderite
Fe(PO)2HO Rn
Crystal Research and Technology 39 (2004), 1080
8.CD.05
Phosphothorogummite
(Th,U)(SiO,PO)(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
9.AD.30
Phosphovanadylite
(Ba,Ca,K,Na)(V,Al)P(O,OH)12HO A
American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 889
8.DM.20
Phosphowalpurgite
(UO)BiO(PO)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 963
8.EA.05
Phosphuranylite
KCa(HO)(UO)(PO)O8HO G
Acta Crystallographica B47 (1991), 439
8.EC.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Phuralumite
Al(UO)(PO)(OH)10HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 102 (1979), 333
8.EC.05
Phurcalite
Ca(UO)O(PO)7HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 101 (1978), 356
8.EC.35
Phylloretine
CH Q
Mineralogische Tabellen, (Strunz & C. Tennyson), 5th edition, (1970), 496
10.BA.35
Phyllotungstite
HCa(Fe)(WO)10HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1984), 529
7.GB.20
Pianlinite
AlO2SiOHO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
9.ED.05
Pickeringite
MgAl(SO)22HO G
European Journal of Mineralogy 12 (2000), 1131
7.CB.85
Picotpaulite
TlFeS A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 93 (1970), 545
2.CB.60
Picranalcime
NaAlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Picroamosite
(Mg,Fe,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Picroilmenite
(Mg,Fe)TiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.CB.05
Picromerite
KMg(SO)6HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 546
7.CC.60
Picropharmacolite
CaMg(AsOOH)(AsO)11HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 467
8.CH.15
Picrophengite
K(Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Picrophyll
Ca,Mg,Fe,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.
Picrothomsonite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Piedmontite
(Ca,Pb,Ce)(Mn,Fe)Al(SiO)(SiO)(O,OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Piemontite
CaMnAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 648
9.BG.05a
Piemontite-(Pb)
CaPbMnAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) H
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Piemontite-(Sr)
CaSrMnAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Piergorite-(Ce)
CaCeAlLiSiBO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1170
9.DL.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Pierrotite
Tl(Sb,As)S A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 93 (1970), 66
2.HC.05f
Pigeonite
(Mg,Fe,Ca)SiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 649
9.DA.10
Pigeonite-augite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Pigotite
AlCHO13HO(?) Q
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 2 (1951), 1107
10.AC.15
Pilinite
CaBeAlSiO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Pilite (of Becke)
Ca(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Pillaite
PbSbSClO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2001), 605
2.JB.35c
Pilsenite
BiTe Rd
Acta Crystallographica B35 (1979), 147
2.DC.05d
Pimelite
NiSiO(OH)nHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.EC.05
Pinakiolite
(Mg,Mn)(Mn,Sb)O(BO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 547
6.AB.35
Pinalite
Pb(WO)OCl A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 934
3.DC.55
Pinchite
HgOCl A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1974), 417
3.DD.25
Pingguite
Bi(Te)O A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 14 (1994), 315
4.JL.20
Pinite
K,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Pinnoite
MgBO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 550
6.BB.05
Pintadoite
Ca(V)O9HO Q
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 2 (1951), 1053
8.FC.15
Piretite
Ca(UO)(SeO)(OH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 1317
4.JJ.15
Pirquitasite
AgZnSnS A
Bulletin de Minralogie 105 (1982), 229
2.CB.15a
Pirssonite
NaCa(CO)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 552
5.CB.30
Psekite-(Y)
(Y,As,Ca,Fe,U)(Nb,Ti,Ta)O Q
Lithos 5 (1972), 93
4.DB.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Pitiglianoite
KNa(SiAl)O(SO)2HO A
American Mineralogist 76 (1991), 2003
9.FB.05
Pitkrantite
Ca,Mg,Fe,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.
Pitticite
[Fe,AsO,SO,HO](?) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 468
8.DB.05
Pittongite
(Na,HO)(W,Fe)(O,OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 857
4.DH.45
Piypite
KCuO(SO)(Na,Cu)Cl A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 118(3), (1989), 88
7.BC.40
Pizgrischite
(Cu,Fe)CuPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 1229
2.JA.10d
Plagioclase
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O Group
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.35
Plagionite
PbSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 407
2.HC.10b
Plancheite
Cu(SiO)(OH)HO Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 651
9.DB.35
Planerite
Al(PO)(POOH)(OH)4HO Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 62 (1998), 93
8.DD.15
Planoferrite
(Fe)(SO)(OH)13HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
7.DB.30
Platarsite
PtAsS A
Canadian Mineralogist 15 (1977), 385
2.EB.25
Platiniridium
(Ir,Pt) D
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 231
Platinum
Pt G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 410
1.AF.10
Plattnerite
PbO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 440
4.DB.05
Platynite
PbBiSe D
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 1313
2.DC.05d
Playfairite
Pb(Sb,As)SCl A
Mineralogical Record 13 (1982), 93
2.LB.55
Pleonectite
PbCa(AsO)Cl D
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 94 (1972), 423
Pleurasite
Mn,Fe,AsO D
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 94 (1972), 423
Plinthite
Fe,Al,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Plombirite
CaSiO(OH)7HO G
Journal of the American Ceramic Society 88 (2005), 505
9.DG.08
Plumalsite
(Pb,Ca,Mg)(Al,Fe)(SiO)(?) D
American Mineralogist 53 (1968), 349
9.H
Plumangite
(Cu,Zn)PbMnO(?) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
4.DK.05
Plumboagardite
(Pb,REE,Ca)Cu(AsO)(OH)3HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 181 (2005), 219
8.DL.15
Plumboallophane
Pb,Al,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Plumbobetafite
(Pb,U,Ca,)(Ti,Nb)(O,OH,F) A
Trudy Mineralogicheskogo Muzeya Akademiya Nauk SSSR 19 (1969), 135
4.DH.15
Plumboferrite
Pb(Fe,Mn,Mg)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 442
4.CC.45
Plumbogummite
PbAl(PO)(POOH)(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 470
8.BL.10
Plumbojarosite
Pb(Fe)(SO)(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 554
7.BC.10
Plumbomicrolite
(Pb,Na,Ca,[])Ta(O,OH) A
Periodico di Mineralogia 76 (2006), 51
4.DH.15
Plumbonacrite
Pb(CO)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 555
5.BE.15
Plumbopalladinite
PdPb A
Geologiya Rudnykh Mestorozhdenii 12 (1970) (5), 63
1.AG.25
Plumbopyrochlore
(Pb,Y,U,Ca,)Nb(O,OH) A
Geologiya Mestorozhdenii Redkikh Elementov 30 (1966), 84
4.DH.15
Plumbotellurite
PbTeO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 262 (1982), 177
4.JK.55
Plumbotsumite
PbSiO(OH) A
Chemie der Erde 41 (1982), 1
9.HH.20
Plumbozincocalcite
(Ca,Pb,Zn)CO D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Plumosite
PbSbS Q
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 147 (1983), 80
2.HC.15
Podlesnoite
CaBa(CO)F A
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 137
5.BC.15
Poitevinite
CuSOHO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 557
7.CB.05
Pokrovskite
MgCO(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 787
5.BA.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Polarite
Pd(Bi,Pb) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 98 (1969), 708
2.AC.40
Poldervaartite
Ca(Ca,Mn)(SiOOH)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 1082
9.AF.90
Polhemusite
(Zn,Hg)S A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1153
2.CB.05c
Polianite
MnO D
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 513
Polkanovite
RhAs A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 127 (1998) (2), 60
2.AC.30
Polkovicite
(Fe,Pb)(Ge,Fe)S A
Rudy i Metally 20 (1975), 288
2.CB.35a
Pollucite
Cs(SiAl)OnHO A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 223 (2008), 584
9.GB.05
Pollux
(Cs,Na)AlSiOHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Polyakovite-(Ce)
(Ce,Ca)MgCr(Ti,Nb)SiO A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1095
9.BE.70
Polybasite
Cu(Ag,Cu)AgSbS Rn
American Mineralogist 94 (2009), 151
2.GB.15
Polycrase-(Y)
Y(Ti,Nb)(O,OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1999), 1
4.DG.05
Polydymite
NiS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 418
2.DA.05
Polyhalite
KCaMg(SO)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 559
7.CC.65
Poly-irvingite
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Polylithionite
KLiAlSiOF A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Polymignite
(Ti,Ca,Zr)O D
Mineralogical Magazine 53 (1989), 565
Polyphite
NaCaTi(SiO)(PO)OF A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1527
9.BE.47
Polyxene
Pt,Fe D
Canadian Mineralogist 13 (1975), 117
Ponomarevite
KCuOCl A
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 300 (1988), 1197
3.DA.35
Poonahlite
NaCaAlSiO8HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Poonalite
NaCaAlSiO8HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Poppiite
Ca(V,Fe,Mg)(V)(Si,Al)(O,OH) A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 584
9.BG.20
Portite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
European Journal of Mineralogy 6 (1994), 351
9.GA.05
Portlandite
Ca(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 447
4.FE.05
Posnjakite
CuSO(OH)HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 96 (1967), 58
7.DD.10
Potarite
PdHg G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 419
1.AD.25
Potash-aegirine
KFeSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.20
Potash margarite
CaAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.30
Potash mica
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Potassic-aluminotaramite
K(CaNa)(Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 1005
9.DE.20
Potassic-aluminosadanagaite
KCaAl(Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003). 1329
9.DE.10
Potassicarfvedsonite
KNa(Fe)FeSiO(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2004), 555
9.DE.25
Potassiccarpholite
K(Mn,Li)AlSiO(OH,F) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.DB.05
Potassic-ferrisadanagaite
KCa[(Fe)(Fe)](SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 151
9.DE.10
Potassic-ferritaramite
KNaCa(Fe,Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH,F) N
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1329
9.DE.20
Potassic-ferropargasite
KCa[(Fe)Al](SiAl)O(OH) A
Minerals and Museums 6 (2008), 44
9.DE.10
Potassichastingsite
KCa(Fe)FeSiAlO(OH) Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1329
9.DE.10
Potassicleakeite
KNaMg(Fe)LiSiO(OH) A
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 97 (2002), 177
9.DE.25
Potassic magnesio-arfvedsonite
KNa(MgFe)SiO(OH) N
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1329
9.DE.25
Potassic-magnesiohastingsite
KCaMgFe(SiAl)O(OH) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 135 (2006) (2), 49
9.DE.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Potassic-magnesiosadanagaite
KCaMgAl(SiAl)O(OH) Rn
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 177
9.DE.10
Potassicpargasite
KCa(MgAl)(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1535
9.DE.10
Potassicrichterite
KNaCaMgSiO(OH) N
Mineralogical Magazine 64 (2000), 19
9.DE.20
Potassicsadanagaite
KCa(Fe)(Al,Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) N
Mineralogical Magazine 61 (1997), 295
9.DE.10
Potassium alumino-magnesio-sadanagaite
KCa(Mg,Fe,Al,Ti)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
European Journal of Mineralogy 16 (2004), 177
9.DE.10
Potassium clinoptilolite
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O11HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Potosite
PbFeSnSbS D
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.HF.25b
Pottsite
PbBi(VO)(VOOH)2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 389
8.CG.25
Poubaite
PbBi(Se,Te,S) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1978), 9
2.GC.40c
Poudretteite
KNa(BSi)O A
Canadian Mineralogist 25 (1987), 763
9.CM.05
Poughite
(Fe)(TeO)SO3HO A
American Mineralogist 53 (1968), 1075
4.JN.10
Povondraite
Na(Fe)[(Fe)Mg](BO)SiO(OH)O Rn
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 433
9.CK.05
Powellite
CaMoO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 563
7.GA.05
Poyarkovite
HgOCl A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 501
3.DD.10
Pradetite
CoCu(AsO)(AsOOH)9HO Rd
Archives des Sciences (Geneva) 60 (2007), 51
8.CE.30
Prassoite
RhS D
Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, Special Volume 23 (1981), 132
2.BC.05
Pravdite
Ce,Ca,Si,P,O D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 93 (1964), 106
Pregrattite
NaAl(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Prehnite
CaAl(SiAl)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 660
9.DP.20
Preisingerite
BiO(AsO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 833
8.BO.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Preiswerkite
NaAlMg(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 1134
9.EC.20
Preobrazhenskite
MgBO(OH) G
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 111 (1956), 1087
6.GB.15
Pretulite
ScPO A
American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 625
8.AD.35
Priazovite
(Y,Ce,U,Fe,Nb)(Nb,Ta,Ti)O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.DB.25
Priceite
CaBO(OH)HO G
American Mineralogist 41 (1956), 689
6.EB.25
Priderite
(K,Ba)(Ti,Fe,Mg)(O,OH) G
Mineralogical Magazine 29 (1951), 496
4.DK.05
Pringleite
CaBO(OH)Cl13HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 31 (1993), 795
6.GD.05
Priorite
(Y,Ca,Fe,Th)(Ti,Nb)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
Prismatic schillerspar
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Prismatine
(Mg,Al,Fe)Al(Si,Al)(B,Si,Al)(O,OH,F) Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 60 (1996), 483
9.BJ.50
Proarizonite
Fe,Ti,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Probertite
NaCaBO(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 567
6.EB.15
Prosopite
CaAl(F,OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 450
3.CD.10
Prosperite
CaZn(AsO)HO A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 158 (1982), 33
8.CA.60
Protasite
Ba(UO)O(OH)3HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 50 (1986), 125
4.GB.10
Protheite
(Ca,Mg,Fe)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Protoanthophyllite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 1718
9.DE.05
Protoantigorite
(Mg,Fe,Ca)SiO(OH)nHO (?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.ED.15
Protoastrakhanite
NaMg(SO)5HO D
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1382
Protobastite
MgSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Protoferro-anthophyllite
(Fe)SiO(OH) A
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 97 (2002), 127
9.DE.05
Protojosite
BiTeS N
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 589
2.DC.05e
Protolithionite (of Sandberger)
(K,Li)(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Protomangano-ferro-anthophyllite
(Mn)(Fe)SiO(OH) A
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 97 (2002), 127
9.DE.05
Protopartzite
Cu,Sb,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Proudite
CuPbBi(S,Se) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.JB.25d
Proustite
AgAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 423
2.GA.05
Przhevalskite
Pb(UO)(PO)4HO Q
American Mineralogist 43 (1958), 381
8.EB.10
Pseudo-aenigmatite
Fe,Ti,Mg,Ca,Na,Al,Si D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Pseudo-autunite
(HO)Ca(UO)(PO)5HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Pseudobiotite
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O,HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.60
Pseudoboehmite
AlO(OH)? D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.FD.10
Pseudoboleite
PbCuCl(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 452
3.DB.10
Pseudobrookite
[(Fe)Ti]O Rd
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 1377
4.CB.15
Pseudocotunnite
KPbCl(?) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 454
3.DC.90
Pseudoglaucophane
Na(Fe,Mg)(Al,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Pseudograndreefite
Pb(SO)F A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 927
7.BD.65
Pseudo-ixiolite
(Ta,Nb,Sn,Fe,Mn)O D
Canadian Mineralogist 14 (1976), 540
Pseudojohannite
Cu(UO)O(SO)(OH)25HO A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 929
7.EC.20
Pseudolaueite
Mn(Fe)(PO)(OH)7-8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 476
8.DC.30
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Pseudolaumontite
Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Pseudomalachite
Cu(PO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 477
8.BD.05
Pseudomesolite
NaCaAlSiO8HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 49 (1985), 103
9.GA.05
Pseudonatrolite
(Ca,Na,K)(Si,Al)O7HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
9.GD.35
Pseudophillipsite
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Pseudorutile
(Fe)(Ti)O Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 597
4.CB.25
Pseudosinhalite
MgAlBO(OH) A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 133 (1998), 382
6.AC.10
Pseudowollastonite
CaSiO A
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 929
9.CA.20
Psilomelane
(Ba,HO)MnO D
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 513
Pterolite
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Ptilolite
(Ca,Na,K)(Si,Al)O7HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.35
Pucherite
BiVO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 478
8.AD.40
Pufflerite
NaCaAlSiO14HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Puflerite
NaCaAlSiO14HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Pumpellyite
CaMgAl(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
Pumpellyite-(Al)
CaAl(SiO)(SiO)(OH,O)HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 247
9.BG.20
Pumpellyite-(Fe2+)
CaFeAl(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
9.BG.20
Pumpellyite-(Fe3+)
Ca(Fe,Mg)Al(SiO)(SiO)(OH,O)HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 219
9.BG.20
Pumpellyite-(Mg)
CaMgAl(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 837
9.BG.20
Pumpellyite-(Mn2+)
CaMnAl(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 104 (1981), 396
9.BG.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Punahlite
NaCaAlSiO8HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Purpurite
(Mn,Fe)PO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 479
8.AB.10
Pushcharovskite
KCu[AsO(OH)][AsOOH](AsO)(OH)18.6HO A
Archives des Sciences (Geneva) 50 (1997), 177
8.CA.55
Putoranite
CuFeS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 109 (1980), 335
2.CB.10b
Putzite
(Cu,Ag)GeS A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 1757
2.BA.35
Pyatenkoite-(Y)
NaYTiSiO6HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (4), 72
9.DM.10
Pycnophyllite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Pyknophyllit
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Pyrallolite
Ca,Mg,Fe,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.
Pyralspite
(Mg,Fe,Mn)Al(SiO) Group
European Journal of Mineralogy 7 (1995), 1239
9.AD.25
Pyrargyrite
AgSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 425
2.GA.05
Pyrgom
Ca,Mg,Fe,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.
Pyrite
FeS G
Journal of Alloys and Compounds 401 (2005), 289
2.EB.05a
Pyroaurite
Mg(Fe)CO(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 456
5.DA.50
Pyrobelonite
PbMnVO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 481
8.BH.40
Pyrochlore
CaNbO A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Pyrochlore-microlite
(Ca,Na)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Pyrochlore-wiikite
Ca,U,Nb,O D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Pyrochroite
Mn(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 458
4.FE.05
Pyrocoproite
KMgPO N
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 197
8.FA.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Pyrolusite
MnO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 459
4.DB.05
Pyromorphite
Pb(PO)Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 482
8.BN.05
Pyrope
MgAl(SiO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 666
9.AD.25
Pyrophanite
MnTiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 460
4.CB.05
Pyrophosphite
KCaPO N
Bulletin of the South African Speleological Society 33 (1994), 66
8.FA.20
Pyrophyllite
AlSiO(OH) G
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 2 (1958), 236
9.EC.10
Pyrosmalite
(Fe,Mn)SiO(OH,Cl) Group
Mineralogical Magazine 51 (1987), 174
9.EE.10
Pyrosmalite-(Fe)
(Fe)SiO(OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EE.10
Pyrosmalite-(Fe)
(Fe)SiO(OH) D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EE.10
Pyrosmalite-(Mn)
(Mn)SiO(OH,Cl) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EE.10
Pyrosmalite-(Mn)
(Mn)SiO(OH,Cl) D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EE.10
Pyrostilpnite
AgSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 427
2.GA.10
Pyroxene
(Ca,Mg,Fe,Mn,Na,Li)(Al,Mg,Fe,Mn,Cr,Sc,Ti)(Si,Al)O Group
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 2A (1978), 3
9.DA.05
Pyroxferroite
(Fe)SiO A
Apollo Eleventh Lunar Science Conference 1 (1970), 65
9.DO.05
Pyroxmangite
MnSiO G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1921
9.DO.05
Pyrrhite
(Ca,Na)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Pyrrhoarsenite
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Mn)(AsO) D
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 94 (1972), 423
Pyrrhotite
FeS G
Economic Geology 70 (1975), 824
2.CC.10
Qandilite
Mg(Ti,Fe,Al)O A
Mineralogical Magazine 49 (1985), 739
4.BB.05
Qaqarssukite-(Ce)
BaCe(CO)F A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1137
5.BD.30
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Qilianshanite
NaH(CO)(BO)2HO A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 13 (1993), 97
6.HA.55
Qingheiite
NaNaMnMgAl(PO) A
Science in China B26 (1983), 876
8.AC.15
Qitianlingite
(Fe)NbWO A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 5 (1985), 193
4.DB.35
Quadratite
Ag(Cd,Pb)AsS A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 78 (1998), 489
2.GC.25
Quadridavyne
NaCa(AlSi)OCl A
European Journal of Mineralogy 6 (1994), 481
9.FB.05
Quadruphite
NaCaTi(SiO)(PO)OF A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.45
Quartz
SiO A
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 3 (1962), 9
4.DA.05
-quartz
SiO H
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 3 (1962), 251
4.DA.05
Queitite
ZnPb(SiO)(SiO)(SO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1979), 203
9.BF.20
Quenselite
PbMnO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 463
4.FE.30
Quenstedtite
(Fe)(SO)11HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 572
7.CB.65
Quetzalcoatlite
(Cu)Zn(Te)O(OH)(Ag,Pb,)Cl A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 604
4.FE.45
Quintinite
MgAl(OH)CO3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1541
5.DA.40
Qusongite
WC A
American Mineralogist 94 (2009), 387
1.BA.25
Raadeite
Mg(PO)(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2001), 319
8.BE.30
Rabbittite
CaMg(UO)(CO)(OH)18HO G
American Mineralogist 40 (1955), 201
5.ED.25
Rabejacite
Ca(UO)(SO)(OH)6HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 5 (1993), 873
7.EC.10
Rabenglimmer
K(Al,Fe,Li)(Si,Al)O(OH)F D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Radhakrishnaite
PbTe(Cl,S) A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 501
3.AA.50
Radiolite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Radovanite
CuFeAsOAsO(OH)HO A
Archives des Sciences (Geneva) 55 (2002), 47
8.CB.40
Radtkeite
HgSClI A
American Mineralogist 76 (1991), 1715
2.FC.15d
Raguinite
TlFeS A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 92 (1969), 38
2.CB.60
Raite
Na(Mn)TiSiO(OH)10HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 102 (1973), 54
9.EE.55
Rajite
Cu(Te)O A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 91
4.JK.20
Ralstonite
Na(Al,Mg)(F,OH)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 465
3.CF.05
Ramanite-(Cs)
CsBO(OH)2HO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1034
6.EA.10
Ramanite-(Rb)
RbBO(OH)2HO A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 1034
6.EA.10
Rambergite
MnS A
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 118 (1996), A53
2.CB.45
Ramdohrite
CdAgPbSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 431
2.JB.40a
Rameauite
KCaO(UO)9HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1972), 781
4.GB.05
Rammelsbergite
NiAs G
Acta Chemica Scandinavica 28A (1974), 996
2.EB.15a
Ramsbeckite
Cu(SO)(OH)6HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1985), 550
7.DD.60
Ramsdellite
MnO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 467
4.DB.15a
Ranciite
(Ca,Mn)(Mn,Mn)O0.6HO G
Powder Diffraction 23 (2008), 10
4.FL.40
Ranite
(Na,Ca)Al(Si,Al)O2HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 207
9.GA.05
Rankachite
Ca(V,V)(W,Fe)O(OH)2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1984), 289
7.GB.25
Rankamaite
(Na,K,Pb)(Ta,Nb,Al)(O,OH) A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 104 (1981), 496
4.DM.05
Rankinite
CaSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 475
9.BC.15
Ranquilite
Ca(UO)SiO12HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.AK.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Ransomite
Cu(Fe)(SO)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 579
7.CB.80
Ranunculite
Al(UO)(POOH)(OH)4HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1979), 321
8.EB.40
Raphilite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Raphisiderite
FeO D
Periodico di Mineralogia 36 (1967), 649
Rapidcreekite
Ca(SO)(CO)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 51
7.DG.20
Rappoldite
PbCo(AsO)2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 64 (2000), 1109
8.CG.20
Raslakite
NaCaFe(Na,Zr)Zr(Si,Nb)SiO(OH,HO)(Cl,OH) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 132 (2003) (5), 22
9.CO.10
Raspite
PbWO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 581
4.DG.20
Rastolyte
Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Rastsvetaevite
NaKCaFeZrSiO(OH,O)Cl A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 135 (2006) (1), 49
9.CO.10
Rasvumite
KFeS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 99 (1970), 712
2.FB.20
Rathite
AgPbTlAsS G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 217 (2002), 581
2.HC.05d
-rathite
(Pb,Tl)AgAsS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.HC.05d
Rathite-I (of Le Bihan)
PbAsS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.HC.05d
Rathite-II
PbAsS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.HC.05d
Rathite-III
PbAsS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.HC.05d
Rathite-IV
PbAsS Q
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.HC.05d
Rathite-V
PbAsS D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.HC.05d
Rauenthalite
Ca(AsO)10HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 87 (1964), 169
8.CJ.40
Rauvite
Ca(UO)VO16HO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 486
4.HB.40
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Ravatite
CH A
European Journal of Mineralogy 5 (1993), 699
10.BA.40
Rayite
(Ag,Tl)PbSbS A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1983), 296
2.HC.10d
Realgar
AsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 436
2.FA.15a
Rebulite
TlSbAsS N
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 160 (1982), 109
2.HD.25
Rectorite
(Na,Ca)Al(Si,Al)O(OH)2HO A
Dana's New Mineralogy, (Gaines et. al.), 8th edition, (1997), 1515
9.EC.60
Reddingite
(Mn)(PO)3HO Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 789
8.CC.05
Redgillite
CuSO(OH)HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 69 (2005), 973
7.DD.70
Redikortsevite
NHMgCl6HO H
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 1109
3.CJ.25
Redingtonite
(Fe)Cr(SO)22HO Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 583
7.CB.85
Redledgeite
BaxCrx(Ti)-xO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 470
4.DK.05
Redondite
Al(PO)2HO Q
Hey's Mineral Index (A. M. Clark) 3rd ed (1993), 589
8.CD.10
Reederite-(Y)
(Na,Mn)Y(CO)(SOF)Cl A
American Mineralogist 80 (1995), 1059
5.BF.20
Reedmergnerite
NaBSiO A
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 2nd ed., 4A (2001)
9.FA.35
Reevesite
Ni(Fe)CO(OH)4HO A
American Mineralogist 52 (1967), 1190
5.DA.50
Refikite
CHO G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1965), 19
10.CA.05
Reichenbachite
Cu(PO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 404
8.BD.05
Reidite
ZrSiO A
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 562
9.AD.45
Reinerite
Zn(AsO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 472
4.JA.10
Reinhardbraunsite
Ca(SiO)(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1983), 119
9.AF.45
Reissite (of Fritsch)
(Ca,Na)(AlSi)O~16HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.45
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Remondite-(Ce)
Na(Ca,Ce,La,Na,Sr)(CO) A
Comptes Rendus. Acadmie des Sciences (Paris) ser. II, 307 (1988), 915
5.AD.15
Remondite-(La)
Na(La,Ce,Ca)(CO) A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 129 (2000) (1), 53
5.AD.15
Renardite
Pb(UO)(PO)(OH)7HO Q
American Mineralogist 39 (1954), 448
8.EC.10
Rengeite
SrTiZrO(SiO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 65 (2001), 111
9.BE.70
Renierite
(Cu,Zn)Fe(Ge,As)S G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 438
2.CB.35a
Reppiaite
(Mn)(VO)(OH) A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 201 (1992), 223
8.BD.20
Retgersite
NiSO6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 588
7.CB.30
Retinostibian
Mn(W,Mg)Si(O,OH) D
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 97 (1974), 520
9.AF.75
Retzian-(Ce)
(Mn)CeAsO(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 841
8.BM.05
Retzian-(La)
(Mn)LaAsO(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 533
8.BM.05
Retzian-(Nd)
(Mn)NdAsO(OH) N
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 841
8.BM.05
Retzian-(Y)
(Mn)YAsO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.BM.05
Retzite (of Retzius)
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Revdite
NaSiO(OH)28HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 109 (1980), 566
9.DM.30
Revoredite
PbAsS D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 262
Reyerite
NaCaAlSiO(OH)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 680
9.EE.35
Rzbnyite (of Frenzel)
Bi,S D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1994), 314
Rezhikite
Na(Mg,Fe,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Rhabdophane-(Ce)
CePOHO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 493
8.CJ.45
Rhabdophane-(La)
LaPOHO Rn
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 98 (1969), 593
8.CJ.45
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Rhabdophane-(Nd)
NdPOHO A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
8.CJ.45
Rheniite
ReS A
Zapiski Rossiiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 134 (2005) (5), 32
2.EB.35
Rhenium
Re D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1040 (Appendix 1)
1.AB.05
Rhodarsenide
RhAs A
European Journal of Mineralogy 9 (1997), 1321
2.AC.25b
Rhodesite
KCaSiO5HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 31 (1957), 607
9.EB.05
Rhodium
Rh A
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 231
1.AF.10
Rhodizite
KBeAl(BBe)O G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 589
6.GC.05
Rhodoarsenian
MnSiO D
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 94 (1972), 423
Rhodochrosite
MnCO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 590
5.AB.05
Rhodonite
(Mn)SiO A
American Mineralogist 90 (2005), 969
9.DK.05
Rhodostannite
(Cu,Ag)FeSnS A
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1045
2.DA.10
Rhodplumsite
RhPbS A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 5 (1983) (2), 87
2.BE.15
Rhodusite
Na(Mg,Fe,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Rhombenglimmer
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Rhombic mica
K(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Rhomboclase
(HO)Fe(SO)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 591
7.CB.55
Rhombomagnojacobsite
(Mn,Mg)(Mn,Fe)O D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
4.BB.10
Rhnite
Ca(MgFeTi)O[SiAlO] G
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 1211
9.DH.45
Rhythmite
Ca(SiO)3CaCl H
Doklady Akademiia Nauk, SSSR (USSR) (in Russian) 343 (1995), 94
9.HA.45
Ribbeite
(Mn)(SiO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 213
9.AF.65
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Richellite
Ca(Fe)(PO)(OH,F) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 496
8.BB.90
Richelsdorfite
CaCuSb(AsO)(OH)Cl6HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1983), 145
8.DK.25
Richetite
(Fe,Mg)(Pb)(UO)O(OH)41HO G
Bulletin de Minralogie 107 (1984), 581
4.GB.15
Richterite
Na(CaNa)MgSiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 455
9.DE.20
Rickardite
CuTe G
Acta Crystallographica B49 (1993), 398
2.BA.20a
Riebeckite
[]Na[(Fe)(Fe)]SiO(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 88 (2003), 955
9.DE.25
Rijkeboerite
Ba(Ta,Nb)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Rilandite
CrSiO5HO(?) Q
American Mineralogist 18 (1933), 195
9.HB.10
Rimkorolgite
BaMg(PO)8HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 124 (1995) (1), 90
8.CH.45
Rimpylite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Ringwoodite
MgSiO A
Nature 221 (1969), 943
9.AC.15
Rinkite
NaCaREETi(SiO)OF Q
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 887
9.BE.20
Rinmanite
MgFeZnSbO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 1675
4.CB.40
Rinneite
KNaFeCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 474
3.CJ.05
Riomarinaite
BiSO(OH)HO A
Aufschluss 56 (2005), 53
7.DF.75
Rittmannite
(Mn,Ca)Mn(Fe,Mn,Mg)(Al,Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 27 (1989), 447
8.DH.15
Rivadavite
NaMg[BO(OH)]10HO A
Naturwissenschaften 60 (1973), 350
6.FA.20
Riversideite
CaSiO(OH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 690
9.DG.10
Roaldite
(Fe,Ni)N A
Lunar and Planetary Sciences 12 (1981), 112
1.BC.05
Robertsite
Ca(Mn)O(PO)3HO A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 48
8.DH.30
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Robinsonite
PbSbS G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2004), 49
2.HC.20
Rockbridgeite
Fe(Fe)(PO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 501
8.BC.10
Rodalquilarite
H(Fe)(TeO)Cl A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 91 (1968), 28
4.JL.05
Rodolicoite
FePO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 9 (1997), 1101
8.AA.05
Roeblingite
CaMnPb(SiO)(SO)(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 691
9.CB.05
Roedderite
KNaMg(MgSi)O A
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 949
9.CM.05
Rogersite (of Smith)
YPO2HO D
American Mineralogist 48 (1963), 1168
Roggianite
CaBeAlSiO(OH)nHO(n<2.5) A
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 201
9.GB.20
Rohaite
(Tl,Pb,K)CuSbS A
Bulletin Grnlands Geologiske Undersgelse [Denmark] 126 (1978), 23
2.BD.35
Rokhnite
FeCl2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1980), 125
3.BB.10
Rollandite
Cu(AsO)4HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 12 (2000), 1045
8.CD.30
Romanchite
(Ba,HO)(Mn,Mn)O A
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 513
4.DK.10
Romanite
(Fe,U,Pb)(Ti,Fe)O(?) N
American Mineralogist 77 (1992), 1117
4.CB.05
Romarchite
SnO A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 649
4.AC.20
Romite
(Ca,Fe,Mn,Na)(Sb,Ti)O(O,OH,F) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 479
4.DH.20
Rmerite
Fe(Fe)(SO)14HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 594
7.CB.75
Rondorfite
CaMg(SiO)Cl A
Crystallography Reports 53 (2008), 99
9.AB.20
Ronneburgite
KMnVO A
American Mineralogist 86 (2001), 1081
8.AC.75
Rntgenite-(Ce)
CaCe(CO)F A
American Mineralogist 38 (1953), 868
5.BD.20d
Rooseveltite
BiAsO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 503
8.AD.50
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Roquesite
CuInS A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 86 (1963), 7
2.CB.10a
Rorisite
CaClF A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 119 (3) (1990), 73
3.DC.25
Rosasite
(Cu,Zn)CO(OH) G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie Suppl. 23 (2006), 505
5.BA.10
Roscherite
Ca(Mn)Be(PO)(OH)6HO G
Doklady Chemistry 403 (2005), 160
8.DA.10
Roscoelite
K(V)(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Roseite
Os,Ir,S D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Roselite
CaCo(AsO)2HO G
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (4), 10
8.CG.10
-roselite
CaCo(AsO)2HO G
American Mineralogist 40 (1955), 828
8.CG.05
Rosemaryite
NaMnFeAl(PO) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 775
8.AC.15
Rosenbergite
AlF[F(HO)]HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 5 (1993), 1167
3.CD.05
Rosenbuschite
Na(NaCa)CaZrTiO(SiO)F G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.22
Rosenhahnite
CaSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 52 (1967), 336
9.BJ.10
Roshchinite
(Ag,Cu)PbSbS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 119 (1990) (5), 32
2.JB.40a
Rosiaite
PbSbO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 8 (1996), 487
4.DH.25
Rosickite
S G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 446
1.CC.05
Rosiresite
[Pb,Cu,Al,PO,HO](?) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 508
8.DF.10
Rossite
Ca(VO)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 483
4.HD.05
Rsslerite
Mg(AsOOH)7HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 509
8.CE.20
Rossmanite
[](AlLi)Al(SiO)(BO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 896
9.CK.05
Rostite
AlSO(OH)5HO Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 133
7.DB.10
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Rouaite
CuNO(OH) A
Rivira Scientifique 85 (2001), 3
5.NB.05
Roubaultite
CuO(UO)(CO)(OH)4HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 93 (1970), 550
5.EA.25
Rouseite
PbMn(AsO)2HO A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1034
4.JC.15
Routhierite
Tl(Cu,Ag)(Hg,Zn)(As,Sb)S A
Acta Crystallographica C64 (2008), i95
2.GA.40
Rouvilleite
NaCa(Mn)(CO)F A
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 107
5.BC.10
Rouxelite
CuHgPbSbS(O,S) A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 919
2.JB.25j
Roweite
Ca(Mn)BO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 601
6.DA.25
Rowlandite-(Y)
FeY(SiO)F A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 697
9.HG.20
Roxbyite
CuS A
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 323
2.BA.05d
Royite
SiO D
American Mineralogist 47 (1962), 1223
Rozenite
FeSO4HO Rd
Mineralogical Magazine 51 (1987), 176
7.CB.15
Rozhkovite
(Cu,Pd)Au D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
1.AA.10a
Ruarsite
RuAsS A
Chinese Science Bulletin 24 (1979), 310
2.EB.20
Rubellan
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Rubicline
RbAlSiO A
American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 1335
9.FA.30
Rucklidgeite
PbBiTe A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 106 (1977), 62
2.GC.40c
Rudashevskyite
(Fe,Zn)S A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 909
2.CB.05a
Rudenkoite
SrAlSiO(OH,O)ClHO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 133 (2004) (3), 37
9.HA.50
Ruifrancoite
Ca([],Mn)(Fe,Mn,Mg)Be(PO)(OH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 1263
8.DA.10
Ruitenbergite
CaBO(OH)Cl13HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 31 (1993), 795
6.GD.05
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Ruizite
Ca(Mn)SiO(OH)2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 41 (1977), 429
9.BJ.35
Rusakovite
(Fe,Al)(VO)(OH)3HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 89 (1960), 440
8.DF.15
Russellite
BiWO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 485
4.DE.15
Rustenburgite
PtSn A
Canadian Mineralogist 13 (1975), 146
1.AG.10
Rustumite
Ca(SiO)(SiO)(OH)Cl A
Mineralogical Magazine 34 (1965), 1
9.BG.30
Ruthenarsenite
(Ru,Ni)As A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1974), 280
2.CC.15
Rutheniridosmine
(Ir,Os,Ru) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 231
1.AF.05
Rutheniridosmium
Ru,Ir,Os D
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 231
Ruthenium
Ru A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 7 (1974), 438
1.AF.05
Ruthenosmiridium (of Aoyama)
(Ir,Os,Ru) D
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 231
1.AF.10
Rutherfordine (of Marckwald)
(UO)CO A
American Mineralogist 41 (1956), 127
5.EB.05
Rutherfordite (of Markwald)
UOCO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Rutile
TiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 486
4.DB.05
Rynersonite
CaTaO A
American Mineralogist 63, (1978), 709
4.DF.05
Sabatierite
CuTlSe A
Bulletin de Minralogie 101 (1978), 557
2.BD.45
Sabelliite
CuZnAsO(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 7 (1995), 1325
8.BE.65
Sabieite
NHFe(SO) A
Annals Geological Survey of South Africa 17 (1983), 29
7.AC.20
Sabinaite
NaTiZrO(CO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 25
5.BB.20
Sabugalite
HAl(UO)(PO)16HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 512
8.EB.55
Sacrofanite
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O(OH,SO,CO,Cl)nHO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 140 (1980), 102
9.FB.05
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Sadanagaite
NaCa[(Fe)(Fe,Al)](SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Saddlebackite
PbBiTeS A
Australian Journal of Mineralogy 3 (1997), 119
2.GC.40d
Safflorite
CoAs G
Acta Crystallographica E64 (2008), i62
2.EB.15a
Sahamalite-(Ce)
CeMg(CO) A
American Mineralogist 38 (1953), 741
5.AD.05
Sahlinite
PbO(AsO)Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 513
8.BO.20
Sahlite
CaMg(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Sailaufite
(Ca,Na,[])(Mn)O(AsO)CO3HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 555
8.DH.30
Saimaite
(Sr,REE)Fe(Ti,Zr)TiSiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.BE.70
Sainfeldite
Ca(AsO)(AsOOH)4HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 87 (1964), 169
8.CB.10
Sakhaite
CaMgAl(SiOOH)(CO)(BO)(HO)(HCl) A
Crystallography Reports 50 (2005), 194
6.AB.65
Sakharovaite
PbFe(Sb,Bi)S D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.HB.15
Sakuraiite
(Cu,Zn,Fe,In,Sn)S A
Canadian Mineralogist 24 (1986), 679
2.CB.05b
Salammoniac
NHCl Rn
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 488
3.AA.25
Saleite
Mg(UO)(PO)10HO G
Crystallography Reports 53 (2008), 764
8.EB.05
Salesite
Cu(IO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 609
4.KB.05
Saliotite
(Li,Na)Al(SiAl)O(OH) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 6 (1994), 897
9.EC.60
Salite
CaMg(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Salmonsite
Ca,Mn,Fe,PO,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 309
Salzburgite
CuPbBiS A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 909
2.HB.05a
Samarskite-(Y)
(Y,Ce,U,Fe,Nb)(Nb,Ta,Ti)O A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 489
4.DB.25
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Samarskite-(Yb)
YbNbO A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1119
4.DB.25
Samfowlerite
Ca(Mn)ZnBeBeSiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 32 (1994), 43
9.BF.10
Samiresite
(U,Ca,Pb)(Nb,Ta)O(OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Sampleite
NaCaCu(PO)Cl5HO G
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 75
8.DG.05
Samsonite
AgMnSbS G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 886
2.GA.15
Samuelsonite
Ca(Mn)Al(PO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 60 (1975), 957
8.BF.10
Sanbornite
BaSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 703
9.EF.10
Sandbergite (of Readwin)
(K,Ba)Al(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Sanderite
MgSO2HO Q
Kali und Steinsalz 4 (1967), 326
7.CB.20
Saneroite
Na(Mn,Mn)VSiO(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1981), 161
9.DK.15
Sangarite
K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Sanidine
(K,Na)(Si,Al)O G
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 183
9.FA.30
Sanjuanite
Al(PO)(SO)(OH)9HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 518
8.DB.30
Sanmartinite
ZnWO G
European Journal of Mineralogy 7 (1995), 1019
4.DB.30
Sanromnite
NaCaPb(CO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 183 (2007), 117
5.AC.30
Santabarbaraite
(Fe)(PO)(OH)5HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 185
8.CE.80
Santaclaraite
Ca(Mn)SiO(OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 200
9.DK.10
Santafeite
(Ca,Sr,Na)(Mn,Fe)(Mn)(VO)(OH,O)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 519
8.DM.40
Santanaite
PbCrO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1972), 455
7.FB.10
Santarosaite
CuBO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 185 (2008), 27
6.BD.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Santite
KBO(OH)2HO A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 27 (1970), 159
6.EA.10
Saponite
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 707
9.EC.45
Sapphirine
Mg(MgAl)O[SiAlO] G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 708
9.DH.45
Sarabauite
Ca(Sb)OS A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 715
2.MA.10
Sarcolite (of Thompson)
NaCaAlSiO(SiO,PO)(OH,HO)(CO,Cl) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 709
9.EH.15
Sarcolite (of Vauquelin)
Na(AlSi)O11HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.05
Sarcopside
(Fe)(PO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 520
8.AB.15
Sarkinite
(Mn)AsO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 521
8.BB.15
Sarmientite
(Fe)(AsO)(SO)(OH)5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 522
8.DB.35
Sarospatakite
(K,HO)Al(SiAl)O(HO,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Sartorite
PbAsS G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 176 (2001), 45
2.HC.05a
Saryarkite-(Y)
Ca(Y,Th)Al(SiO)(PO)(OH)6HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 93 (1964), 147
8.DO.25
Sasaite
Al(PO)(OH)36HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 401
8.DB.55
Sasbachite
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Saspachite
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Sassolite
B(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 612
6.AA.05
Satimolite
KNaAl(BO)Cl13HO A
Trudy Mineralogicheskogo Muzeya Akademiya Nauk SSSR 19 (1969), 121
6.HA.15
Satpaevite
AlVO30HO(?) Q
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 88 (1959), 157
4.HG.65
Satterlyite
(Fe,Mg,Fe)(POOH)(PO)(OH,O) A
Canadian Mineralogist 16 (1978), 411
8.BB.20
Sauconite
NaZn(Si,Al)O(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 711
9.EC.45
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Savite
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Sayrite
Pb(UO)O(OH)4HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 106 (1983), 299
4.GB.50
Sazhinite-(Ce)
NaCeSiO2HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 338
9.EA.30
Sazhinite-(La)
NaLaSiO2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 70 (2006), 405
9.EA.30
Sazykinaite-(Y)
NaYZrSiO6HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 122 (1993) (5), 76
9.DM.10
Sborgite
NaBO(OH)3HO G
Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, Rendiconti, Classe di Scienze Fisiche, Matematiche, e Naturali 22 (1957), 519
6.EA.05
Scacchite
MnCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 493
3.AB.20
Scainiite
PbSbSO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 949
2.JB.35b
Scale stone
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Scandiobabingtonite
(Ca,Na)(Fe,Mn)(Sc,Fe)SiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 83 (1998), 1330
9.DK.05
Scandium microlite
(Ca,Sc,Y,)(Ta,Nb)(O,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.DH.15
Scapolite
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O(Cl,CO,SO) Group
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 169
9.FB.15
Scarbroite
Al(CO)(OH)5HO G
Mineralogical Magazine 32 (1960), 354
5.DA.35
Scawtite
Ca(SiO)(CO)2HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1489
9.CK.15
Schabasit
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Schachnerite
AgHg A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 117 (1972), 1
1.AD.15a
Schafarzikite
Fe(Sb)O G
European Journal of Mineralogy 19 (2007), 419
4.JA.20
Schferite
NaCaMg(VO) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1999), 123
8.AC.25
Schairerite
Na(SO)ClF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 616
7.BD.10
Schallerite
(Mn)(As)SiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 714
9.EE.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Schapbachite
AgPbBiS Rd
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2004), 425
2.JA.15
Schaurteite
CaGe(SO)(OH)3HO A
Festschrift Dr. Werner T. Schaurte. Bauer & Schaurte, Neuss/Rhein, Germany (1967) (1967), 33
7.DF.25
Scheelite
CaWO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 618
7.GA.05
Schefferite
(Ca,Mg,Mn)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.15
Scheibeite (of Mcke)
PbCrO D
American Mineralogist 56 (1971), 359
Schernikite
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Schertelite
(NH)Mg(POOH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 525
8.CH.30
Scheteligite
(Ca,U)(Ti,Nb,Ta)(O,OH) (?) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Scheuchzerite
NaMnVSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 937
9.DM.35
Schiavinatoite
NbBO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2001), 159
6.AC.15
Schieffelinite
PbTeOHO A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 771
7.CD.55
Schillerspar
Mg,Fe,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Schillerspat
Ca,Mg,Fe,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
"Schirmerite (Type 1)"
AgPbBiS D
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.JA.15
Schirmerite (Type 2)
AgPbBiS D
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 7
2.JB.40d
Schlegelite
BiO(MoO)(AsO) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 803
8.BO.45
Schlemaite
(Cu,[])(Pb,Bi)Se A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1433
2.BE.25
Schlossmacherite
(HO)Al(SO)(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 178
7.BC.10
Schmeiderite
PbCuSeO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1054
Schmiederite
CuPb(SeO)(SeO)(OH) G
Mineralogy and Petrology 36 (1987), 3
7.BC.65
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Schmitterite
(UO)TeO A
Mineralogy and Petrology 91 (2007), 129
4.JK.70
Schneebergite
BiCo(AsO)(OH)HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 14 (2002), 115
8.CG.15
Schneiderhhnite
Fe(Fe)(As)O A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1973), 517
4.JA.35
Schneiderite
CaAlSiO4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Schoderite
Al(PO)(VO)8HO A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 713
8.CE.70
Schoenfliesite
MgSn(OH) A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 134 (1971), 116
4.FC.10
Schoenite
KMg(SO)6HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Schoepite
(UO)O(OH)12HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 831
4.GA.05
Schllhornite
NaCrSHO A
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 638
2.FB.05
Scholzite
CaZn(PO)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 527
8.CA.45
Schnite
KMg(SO)6HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Schoonerite
ZnMn(Fe)Fe(PO)(OH)9HO A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 246
8.DB.15
Schorl
Na(Fe)Al(BO)SiO(OH) G
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 656
9.CK.05
Schorl blanc
KAlSiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Schorlomite
Ca(Ti,Fe)[(Si,Fe)O] G
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 32 (2005), 277
9.AD.25
Schreibersite
(Fe,Ni,Cr)P G
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 97 (1974), 40
1.BD.05
Schreyerite
(V)(Ti)O A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 196
4.CB.35
Schrckingerite
NaCa(UO)(SO)(CO)F10HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 624
5.EG.05
Schubnelite
FeVOHO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 93 (1970), 470
8.CB.35
Schuchardtite
Mg,Al,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 1334
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Schuetteite
HgO(SO) A
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 1026
7.BB.40
Schuilingite-(Nd)
CuPbNd(CO)(OH)15HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 80 (1957), 549
5.DB.20
Schulenbergite
(Cu,Zn)(SO)(OH)3HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1984), 17
7.DD.80
Schultenite
Pb(AsOOH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 529
8.AD.30
Schulzenite
(Co,Cu)O(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 253
Schumacherite
BiO(VO)(OH) A
Tschermaks Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 31 (1983), 165
8.BO.10
Schuppenstein
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Schwartzembergite
(Pb)HIOCl G
Canadian Mineralogist 39 (2001), 785
4.KB.10
Schwertmannite
(Fe)O(OH)(SO)10HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 641
7.DE.15
Sclarite
Zn(CO)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 74 (1989), 1355
5.BA.30
Scolecite
Ca(SiAl)O3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Scolesite
CaAlSiO3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Scolezit
CaAlSiO3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Scorodite
FeAsO2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 531
8.CD.10
Scorzalite
FeAl(PO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 532
8.BB.40
Scotlandite
PbSO A
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 283
4.JE.20
Scoulerite (of Thomson)
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Scrutinyite
PbO A
Canadian Mineralogist 26 (1988), 905
4.DB.20
Seamanite
(Mn)B(OH)(PO)(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 533
6.AC.65
Searlesite
NaBSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 718
9.EF.15
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Sebesite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Sederholmite
NiSe A
Comptes Rendus, Socit Gologique de Finlande 36 (1964), 113
2.CC.05
Sedovite
U(MoO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 94 (1965), 548
7.HA.05
Seebachite (of Bauer)
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.10
Seeligerite
Pb(IO)Cl A
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 771
4.KB.15
Seelite
Mg(UO)(AsO,AsO)7HO A
Mineralogical Record 24 (1993), 463
4.JD.10
Segelerite
CaMgFe(PO)(OH)4HO A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 48
8.DH.20
Segnitite
Pb(Fe)AsO(AsOOH)(OH) A
American Mineralogist 77 (1992), 656
8.BL.10
Seidite-(Ce)
Na(Ce,Sr)TiSiO(O,OH,F)5HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 127 (1998) (4), 94
9.DJ.20
Seidozerite
(Na,Ca)Mn(Ti,Zr)(SiO)(O,F,OH) G
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1273
9.BE.25
Seifertite
SiO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 523
4.DA.50
Seinjokite
FeSb A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 105 (1976), 617
2.EB.15b
Sekaninaite
(Fe)AlSiO A
Scripta Facultatis Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Purkynianae Brunensis, Geologia 1, no. 5 (1975), 21
9.CJ.10
Seladonite
CaAlSiO3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Selenium
Se G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 468
1.CC.10
Selenjoseite
BiSeS D
Canadian Mineralogist 7 (1963), 677
Selenojalpaite
AgCuSe A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1373
2.BA.25c
Selenopolybasite
Cu(Ag,Cu)AgSb(S,Se)Se A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 1525
2.GB.15
Selenostephanite
AgSb(Se,S) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 114 (1985), 627
2.GB.10
Selen-tellurium
(Se,Te)(?) D
American Mineralogist 76 (1991), 257
1.CC.05
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Seligmannite
CuPbAsS G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 131 (1970), 397
2.GA.50
Sellaite
MgF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 503
3.AB.15
Selwynite
NaKBeZr(PO)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 33 (1995), 55
8.CA.20
Semenovite-(Ce)
(Na,Ca)FeCe(Si,Be)(O,OH,F) A
Lithos 5 (1972), 163
9.DN.10
Semseyite
PbSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 471
2.HC.10d
Senaite
Pb(Mn,Y,U)(Fe,Zn)(Ti,Fe,Cr,V)(O,OH) G
Minerals and Museums 5 (2004)
4.CC.40
Snarmontite
SbO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 505
4.CB.50
Senegalite
AlPO(OH)HO A
Lithos 9 (1976), 165
8.DE.05
Sengierite
Cu(UO)(VO)(OH)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 539
4.HB.10
Senkevichite
CsNaKCaTiOSiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1341
9.DG.75
Sepiolite
MgSiO(OH)6HO G
American Mineralogist 92 (2007), 91
9.EE.25
Septetalc-chlorite
(Mg,Al,Mn,Zn,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 123 (1975), 111
Srandite
Na(Mn)SiO(OH) G
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 222 (2007), 696
9.DG.05
Serendibite
Ca(MgAl)O[SiBAlO] G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 724
9.DH.45
Sergeevite
CaMg(CO)(HCO)(OH)6HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 109 (1980), 217
5.DB.25
Sericite
K,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Serpentine
(Mg,Al,Fe,Mn,Ni,Zn)(Si,Al,Fe)O(OH) Group
Rock-forming Minerals (Deer, Howie & Zussmann), 3 (1962), 170
9.ED.15
Serpierite
Ca(Cu,Zn)(SO)(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 634
7.DD.30
Serrabrancaite
MnPOHO A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 847
8.CB.05
Severginite
CaAlBSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.BD.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Sewardite
Ca(Fe)(AsO)(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 1191
8.BH.30
Seybertite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.35
Shabaite-(Nd)
CaNd(UO)(CO)(OH)6HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 1 (1989), 85
5.EE.10
Shabynite
MgBO(OH)Cl4HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 109 (1980), 569
6.AB.55
Shachialite
Ce,Sr,Ti,S,O D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Shadlunite
(Fe,Cu)(Pb,Cd)S A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 102 (1973), 63
2.BB.15a
Shafranovskite
NaK(Mn,Fe,Na)[Si(O,OH)](OH)nHO A
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 1816
9.EE.65
Shakhovite
(Hg)SbO(OH) A
Geologiya i Geofizika (in Russian) (1980) (11), 128
4.FB.05
Shandite
NiPbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 473
2.BE.15
Shannonite
PbO(CO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 59 (1995), 305
5.BE.05
Sharpite
Ca(UO)(CO)(OH)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 638
5.EA.35
Shattuckite
Cu(SiO)(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 726
9.DB.40
Shcherbakovite
KNa(Ti)O(OH)SiO G
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1193
9.DH.20
Shcherbinaite
VO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 101 (1972), 464
4.HE.10
Sheldrickite
NaCa(CO)FHO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 181
5.DC.15
Shentulite
Th,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
9.AD.30
Shepardite (of Rose)
MgSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Sherwoodite
CaAlVO28HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 508
4.HC.15
Shibkovite
KCa(ZnSi)O A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 127 (1998) (4), 89
9.CM.05
Shigaite
NaAl(Mn)(SO)(OH)12HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1985), 453
7.DD.35
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Shilkinite
K(Al,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Shirokshinite
K(MgNa)SiOF A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 447
9.EC.20
Shirozulite
K(Mn)(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 232
9.EC.20
Shkatulkalite
NaMnTiNb(SiO)(OH)F12HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 125 (1996) (1), 120
9.BE.50
Shomiokite-(Y)
NaY(CO)3HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 121 (1992) (6), 129
5.CC.20
Shortite
NaCa(CO) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 642
5.AC.25
Shuangfengite
IrTe A
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 14 (4) (1994), 322
2.EA.20
Shubnikovite
CaCu(AsO)Cl(OH)7HO(?) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 540
8.DG.05
Shuiskite
CaMgCr(SiO)(SiO)(OH)HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 508
9.BG.20
Sibirskite
CaHBO G
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 103 (2008), 156
6.BC.20
Sicherite
TlAg(As,Sb)S A
American Mineralogist 86 (2001), 1087
2.HD.55
Sicklerite
LiMnPO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 541
8.AB.10
Siderazot
FeN(x=0.25-0.5) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 509
1.BC.10
Siderischer-fels-glimmer
K(Li,Al)(Si,Al)O(F,OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Siderite
FeCO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 644
5.AB.05
Sideronatrite
NaFe(SO)(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 645
7.DF.20
Siderophyllite
K(Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1275
9.EC.20
Siderose
FeCO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 263
Siderotil
(Fe,Cu)SO5HO Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 646
7.CB.20
Sidorenkite
NaMn(PO)(CO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 108 (1979), 56
5.BF.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Sidpietersite
(Pb)(SO)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 1269
7.JA.05
Sidwillite
MoO2HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 108 (1985), 813
4.FJ.05
Siegenite
CoNiS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 474
2.DA.05
Sieleckiite
CuAl(PO)(OH)2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 515
8.DF.25
Sigismundite
BaNaCa(Fe)Al(OH)(PO) D
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1260
8.BF.05
Sigloite
FeAl(PO)(OH)7HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 545
8.DC.30
Silblite
Ca(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Silfbergite (of Weibull)
(Mn,Fe,Mg)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Silhydrite
SiOHO A
American Mineralogist 57 (1972), 1053
4.FM.30
Silicate-wiikite
U,Nb,Ca,Si,O D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Silicic edenite
NaCa(Mg,Fe,Mn)(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Silicic ferro-edenite
NaCa(Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.10
Silicomanganberzeliite
(Ca,Mn)(Mg,Mn)(AsO,SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Silicomonazite
(Ce,La,Nd)(PO,SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Silicon
Si A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 262 (1982), 163
1.CB.15
Silicorhabdophane
(Ce,La,Ca)(PO,SiO)HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Silinaite
NaLiSiO2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 359
9.EF.20
Sillblite
Ca(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Sillnite
BiSiO G
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 15 (1991), 343
4.CB.70
Sillimanite
AlOSiO G
Reviews in Mineralogy 22 (1990)
9.AF.05
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Silver
Ag G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 475
1.AA.05
Silvialite
CaAlSiO(SO) A
Mineralogical Magazine 63 (1999), 321
9.FB.15
Simferite
Li(Mg,Fe,Mn)(PO) A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 27 (2005) (2), 112
8.AB.10
Simmonsite
NaLiAlF A
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 769
3.CB.15
Simonellite
CH G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 648
10.BA.45
Simonite
TlHgAsS A
Zeitschrift fr Kristallographie 161 (1982), 159
2.GC.20
Simonkolleite
Zn(OH)ClHO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1985), 145
3.DA.20
Simplotite
Ca(V)O5HO G
American Mineralogist 43 (1958), 16
4.HG.20
Simpsonite
AlTaO(OH) G
Canadian Mineralogist 30 (1992), 663
4.DC.10
Simpsonite (of Wade & Prior)
(Na,K)Ca(Mg,Fe,Ti)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Sincosite
Ca(VO)(PO)5HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 547
8.CJ.65
Sinhalite
MgAlBO G
European Journal of Mineralogy 6 (1994), 313
6.AC.05
Sinjarite
CaCl2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 643
3.BB.25
Sinkankasite
MnAl(POOH)(OH)6HO A
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 380
8.DB.20
Sinnerite
CuAsS A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 44 (1964), 439
2.GC.10
Sinoite
SiNO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 515
1.DB.10
Sismondite
(Mg,Fe)AlO(SiO)(OH) D
European Journal of Mineralogy 4 (1992), 67
9.AF.85
Sitinakite
KNaTiSiO(OH)4HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 121 (1992) (1), 94
9.AG.30
Sjgrenite
Mg(Fe)CO(OH)4HO G
American Mineralogist 26 (1941), 295
5.DA.45
Sjgruvite
(Ca,Na,Pb)(Mn,Mg,Fe)(AsO) D
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 94 (1972), 423
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Skaergaardite
PdCu A
Mineralogical Magazine 68 (2004), 615
1.AG.45
Skiagite
(Fe)(Fe)SiO H
American Mineralogist 94 (2009)
9.AD.25
Skinnerite
CuSbS A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 889
2.GA.20
Skippenite
BiSeTe A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 835
2.DC.05c
Sklodowskite
Mg(UO)(SiOOH)6HO G
Canadian Mineralogist 6 (1957), 52
9.AK.10
Skolezit
CaAlSiO3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Skolite
(K,Na)(Fe,Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Skorpionite
CaZn(PO)CO(OH)HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 271
8.DO.45
Skutterudite
CoAs G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 480
2.EC.05
Slavkite
NaMg(Fe)(SO)(OH)33HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 650
7.DF.30
Slavyanskite
NaCaAl(CO)(OH)Cl D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 110 (1981), 96
Slawsonite
SrAlSiO A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 31
9.FA.50
Sloanite
CaAlSiO4HO(?) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
Smaragdite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.
Smaragditic grammatite
CaMgSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Smaragditic tschermakite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Smectite
Group
American Mineralogist 82 (1997), 379
9.EC.40
Smirnite
(Bi)TeO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 278 (1984), 137
4.JK.40
Smirnovskite
(Th,Ca)POnHO Q
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 122 (1993) (3), 79
8.CJ.45
Smithite
AgAsS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 481
2.GC.30
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Smithsonite
ZnCO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 652
5.AB.05
Smolyaninovite
Co(Fe)(AsO)11HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 549
8.CH.55
Smrkovecite
BiO(OH)PO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1996), 97
8.BO.15
Smythite
(Fe,Ni)S (x=0-0.3) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 482
2.CC.10
Snaiderite
CaAlSiO4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.10
SO4 - hydrotalcite - 11
[MgAl(OH)][Na(SO)]7.3HO N
Clays and Clay Minerals 35 (1987), 401
7.DD.35
SO4 - hydrotalcite - 8.8
MgAl(OH)(SO)3HO N
Clays and Clay Minerals 35 (1987), 401
7.DD.35
Sobolevite
NaCaMnTi(SiO)(PO)OF A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1527
9.BE.37
Sobolevskite
PdBi A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 104 (1975), 568
2.CC.05
Sobotkite
(Ca,Na)(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH)4HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
9.EC.45
Soda
NaCO10HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Soda asbestos
Na(Mg,Fe)FeSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Soda-chabazite
Na(AlSi)O11HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.05
Soda glauconite
(K,Na)(Fe,Al,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Soda hornblende
NaFeSiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Sodalite
Na(SiAl)OCl G
Canadian Mineralogist 21 (1983), 549
9.FB.10
Soda margarite
Na,Li,Ca,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Soda mesotype
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Soda mica
NaAl(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Soda niter
NaNO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Soda nitre
NaNO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Soda richterite
NaCa(Mg,Fe,Mn)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Soda-spodumene (of Dana)
(Li,Na)AlSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.30
Soda tremolite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Soddyite
(UO)(SiO)2HO G
American Mineralogist 37 (1952), 386
9.AK.05
Sodicanthophyllite
NaMg(SiAl)O(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Sodic-ferri-ferropedrizite
NaLi[Li(Fe)(Fe)]SiO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1345
9.DE.05
Sodic-ferripedrizite
LiNa[(Fe)MgLi]SiO(OH) Rn
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 578
9.DE.05
Sodic-ferro-anthophyllite
Na(Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Sodic-ferrogedrite
Na(Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Sodic-ferropedrizite
NaLi(Fe)AlLi)SiO(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.05
Sodicgedrite
NaMgAl(SiAl)O(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Sodicpedrizite
NaLi(MgFeAlLi)SiO(OH) H
Canadian Mineralogist 41 (2003), 1355
9.DE.05
Sodium-anthophyllite
Na(Mg,Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Na brittle mica
NaMgAlSiO(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Sodium dachiardite
Na(SiAl)O13HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.40
Sodium-gedrite
Na(Mg,Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Sodium gedrite
Na(Mg,Fe)Al(SiAl)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.05
Sodium illite
(Na,HO)(Al,Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.25
Sodium phlogopite
NaMg(SiAl)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
9.EC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Sofiite
Zn(SeO)Cl A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 118 (1) (1989), 65
4.JG.15
Sogdianite
KZr(LiSi)O A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 742
9.CM.05
Shngeite
Ga(OH) A
Naturwissenschaften 52 (1965), 493
4.FC.05
Sokolovaite
CsLiAlSiOF A
New Data on Minerals 41 (2006), 5
9.EC.20
Sokolovite
(Ca,Sr)AlPO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Solongoite
CaBO(OH)Cl A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 117
6.CA.40
Sommaite
KAlSiO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GB.05
Sonolite
(Mn)(SiO)(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 743
9.AF.55
Sonoraite
FeTeO(OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 53 (1968), 1828
4.JN.05
Sopcheite
AgPdTe A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 114
2.BC.55
Sorbyite
PbCu(Sb,As)S A
Canadian Mineralogist 9 (1967), 191
2.LB.60
Srensenite
NaBeSn(SiO)2HO A
Meddelelser om Grnland 181 (1965) no. 1
9.DG.30
Soretite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Sorosite
Cu(Sn,Sb) A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1469
1.AC.15
Sosedkoite
KAlTaO A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 264 (1982), 133
4.DM.05
Souekite
CuPbBi(S,Se) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1979), 289
2.GA.50
Souzalite
MgAl(PO)(OH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 554
8.DC.45
Spadaite
MgSiO(OH)HO(?) Q
Hey's Mineral Index (A. M. Clark) 3rd ed (1993), 652
9.EC.45
Spangite
(K,Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GC.10
Spangolite
CuAlSO(OH)Cl3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 659
7.DD.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Spencerite
Zn(PO)(OH)3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 555
8.DA.40
Spencite
(Y,Ca,Ce)(Si,B,Al)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
Sperrylite
PtAs G
Canadian Mineralogist 17 (1979), 117
2.EB.05a
Spertiniite
Cu(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 19 (1981), 337
4.FD.05
Spessartine
(Mn)Al(SiO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 746
9.AD.25
Spessartite (of Dana)
MnAl(SiO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Speziatite
Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Sphaerobertrandite
BeSiO(OH) Rd
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 157
9.AE.50
Sphaerobismoite
BiO A
Aufschluss 46 (1995), 245
4.CB.65
Sphaerocobaltite
CoCO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1053
Sphaerodesmine
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Sphaerostilbite
NaCaAlSiO6HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Sphalerite
ZnS A
American Mineralogist 93 (2008), 591
2.CB.05a
Sphene
CaTiSiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 513
Spheniscidite
(NH)(Fe)(PO)(OH)2HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 50 (1986), 291
8.DH.10
Spherocobaltite
CoCO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 660
5.AB.05
Spinel
MgAlO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 521
4.BB.05
Spionkopite
CuS A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 61
2.CA.05c
Spiroffite
(Mn)(Te)O A
Mineralogical Society of America Special Paper 1 (1963), 305
4.JK.10
Spodiophyllite
Na,K,Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
3/11/2009
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Spodiosite
CaPOF D
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 126 (2004), 253
Spodumene
LiAlSiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 747
9.DA.30
Spreustein
Na(AlSi)O2HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Spriggite
Pb(UO)O(OH)3HO A
American Mineralogist 89 (2004), 339
4.GC.15
Springcreekite
Ba(V)(PO)(POOH)(OH) A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1999), 529
8.BL.10
Spurrite
Ca(SiO)(CO) G
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1489
9.AH.15
Squawcreekite
(Fe,Sb,Sn,Ti)O D
Mineralogical Magazine 67 (2003), 31
4.DB.05
Srebrodolskite
Ca(Fe)O A
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 35 (2008), 493
4.AC.10
reinite
Pb(UO)(BiO)(PO)(OH)4HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 184 (2007), 197
8.ED.10
Srilankite
TiZrO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1983), 151
4.DB.25
Stainierite
CoO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 253
4.FE.20
Stalderite
TlCu(Zn,Fe,Hg)AsS A
Schweizerische Mineralogische und Petrographische Mitteilungen 75 (1995), 337
2.GA.40
Stankite
FeMnO(PO) A
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 113
8.BB.15
Stanfieldite
CaMg(PO) A
Science 158 (1967), 910
8.AC.70
Stanleyite
VO(SO)6HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 45 (1982), 163
7.DE.50
Stannite
CuFeSnS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 490
2.CB.15a
Stannoenargite
Cu(As,Sn)S D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
2.KA.05
Stannoidite
Cu(Fe,Zn)SnS A
Bulletin of the National Science Museum (Tokyo) 12 (1969), 165
2.CB.15c
Stannoluzonite
(Cu,Sn)AsS D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Stannomicrolite
(Sn,Fe,Mn,)(Ta,Nb,Sn)(O,OH,F) Rn
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Stannopalladinite
PdSn(?) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 492
1.AG.25
Staringite
Sn,Fe,Nb,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 58 (1994), 271
Starkeyite
MgSO4HO Rn
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 663
7.CB.15
Staurobaryte
CaAlSiO3HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.05
Staurolite
(Fe)AlSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 749
9.AF.30
Stavelotite-(La)
La(Mn)Cu(Mn,Fe,Mn)(SiO)O A
European Journal of Mineralogy 17 (2005), 703
9.BE.87
Steacyite
K(Na,Ca)ThSiO A
Canadian Mineralogist 20 (1982), 59
9.CH.10
Steeleite
(Ca,Na,K)(Si,Al)O7HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.35
Steelit
(Ca,Na,K)(Si,Al)O7HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.35
Steenstrupine-(Ce)
NaCe(Mn)(Fe)Zr(PO)SiO(OH)3HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 751
9.CK.20
Steigerite
AlVO3HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 560
8.CE.65
Stellerycie
CaAlSiO7HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.15
Stellerite
Ca(SiAl)O28HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.15
Stenhuggarite
CaFeSb(As)O A
Arkiv fr Mineralogi och Geologi 5 (1970), 55
4.JB.35
Stenonite
SrAl(CO)F A
Meddelelser om Grnland 169 (1962) (9), 1
3.CG.05
Stepanovite
NaMgFe(CO)8-9HO A
American Mineralogist 49 (1964), 442
10.AB.20
Stephanite
AgSbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 493
2.GB.10
Stercorite
(NH)Na(POOH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 561
8.CJ.05
Sterlinghillite
(Mn)(AsO)3HO A
American Mineralogist 66 (1981), 182
8.CD.25
Sterlingite (of Cooke)
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Sternbergite
AgFeS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 494
2.CB.65
Steropesite
TlBiCl A
Canadian Mineralogist Publication pending
3.C
Sterretite
ScPO2HO D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Sterryite
(Ag,Cu)Pb(Sb,As)S A
Mineralogical Record 13 (1982), 93
2.LB.65
Stetefeldtite
AgSb(O,OH)(?) Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 527
4.DH.20
Stevensite
(Ca,Na)MgSiO(OH) Q
American Mineralogist 44 (1959), 342
9.EC.45
Stewartite
Mn(Fe)(PO)(OH)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 563
8.DC.30
Stibarsen
SbAs A
American Mineralogist 59 (1974), 1331
1.CA.05
Stibiconite
Sb(Sb)O(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 528
4.DH.20
Stibiobetafite
(Ca,Sb,)(Ti,Nb,Ta)(O,OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 17 (1979), 583
4.DH.15
Stibiocolumbite
SbNbO G
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2002), 145
4.DE.30
Stibiocolusite
CuV(Sb,Sn,As)S A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 324 (1992), 145
2.CB.30
Stibiodufrnoysite
Pb,Sb,As,S D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Stibiomicrolite
(Sb,Ca,Na)Ta(O,OH,F) Rd
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 109 (1987), 1050
4.DH.15
Stibiopalladinite
PdSb A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 497
2.AC.20a
Stibiopearceite
(Ag,Cu)(Sb,As)S D
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1031
Stibiotantalite
SbTaO G
Chemical Communications (1995), 611
4.DE.30
Stibivanite
(Sb)VO A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 329
4.JA.55
Stibnite
SbS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 498
2.DB.05a
Stichtite
MgCrCO(OH)4HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 534
5.DA.50
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Stilbite anamorphique
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O12HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Stilbite-Ca
NaCa(SiAl)O28HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Stilbite-Na
Na(SiAl)O28HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Stilbite (of many German authors)
(Na,Ca)(Si,Al)O12HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Stilleite
ZnSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 499
2.CB.05a
Stillwaterite
PdAs A
Canadian Mineralogist 13 (1975), 321
2.AC.10a
Stillwellite-(Ce)
CeBSiO A
Nature 176 (1955), 509
9.AJ.25
Stilpnochlorane
Na,Fe,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.40
Stilpnomelane
(K,Ca,Na)(Fe,Mg,Al)(Si,Al)(O,OH)nHO A
American Mineralogist 79 (1994), 438
9.EG.40
Stipoverite
SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Stishovite
SiO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 757
4.DA.40
Stistaite
SnSb A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 99 (1970), 68
2.AA.45
Stoiberite
CuO(VO) A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 941
8.BB.75
Stokesite
CaSnSiO2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 758
9.DM.05
Stolzite
PbWO G
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 987
7.GA.05
Stoppaniite
(Fe)BeSiOHO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 12 (2000), 121
9.CJ.05
Stornesite-(Y)
Na(CaNa)YMg(PO) A
American Mineralogist 91 (2006), 1412
8.AC.50
Stottite
FeGe(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 536
4.FC.15
Straczekite
(Ca,K,Ba)VO3HO A
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 289
4.HE.20
Strahlstein (of Werner)
Ca(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Strakhovite
NaBa(Mn,Mn)[SiO(OH)][SiO]O(F,OH)HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 123 (1994) (4), 94
9.CF.20
Strakonitzite
Ca,Mg,Fe,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.
Stranskiite
CuZn(AsO) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 564
8.AB.35
Strashimirite
Cu(AsO)(OH)2.5HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 97 (1968), 470
8.DC.12
Strtlingite
CaAl(Si,Al)O(OH)2.25HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1976), 326
9.EG.25
Stratopeite
(Mn,Fe,Mg)SiOHO D
Mineralogical Magazine 42 (1978), 279
Strelite
Ca,Mg,Fe,Si,O,OH D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.
Strelkinite
Na(UO)(VO)6HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 576
4.HB.30
Strengite
FePO2HO G
Crystal Research and Technology 39 (2004), 1080
8.CD.10
Stringhamite
CaCuSiOHO A
American Mineralogist 61 (1976), 189
9.AE.35
Stromeyerite
CuAgS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 502
2.BA.25a
Stronalsite
NaSrAlSiO A
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 533
9.FA.60
Strontianite
SrCO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 667
5.AB.15
Strontioborite
SrBO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
6.FC.10
Strontiochevkinite
(Sr,Ce,La)Fe(Ti,Zr)O(SiO) A
Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology 84 (1983), 365
9.BE.70
Strontiodresserite
SrAl(CO)(OH)HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 15 (1977), 405
5.DB.10
Strontioginorite
CaSrBO(OH)5HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1019
6.FC.15
Strontiohilgardite
(Ca,Sr)B(O,Cl)HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 514
6.ED.05
Strontiohilgardite-1Tc
(Ca,Sr)BO(OH)Cl D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
6.ED.05
Strontiojoaquinite
(Na,Fe)BaSrTi(SiO)(O,OH)HO A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 809
9.CE.25
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Strontiomelane
(Sr,Ba,K)MnO A
Canadian Mineralogist 37 (1999), 673
4.DK.10
Strontio-orthojoaquinite
NaSrFeTiSiO(OH) A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 7 (1974), 395
9.CE.25
Strontiopyrochlore
SrNb(O,OH) N
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 290 (1986), 188
4.DH.15
Strontiowhitlockite
SrMg(POOH)(PO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 29 (1991), 87
8.AC.45
Strontium-heulandite
(Na,Sr,Ca)(Si,Al)O12HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.05
Strontium thomsonite
Na(Ca,Sr)AlSiO6HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
9.GA.10
Strunzite
Mn(Fe)(PO)(OH)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 570
8.DC.25
Strverite (of Zambonini)
(Ti,Ta,Nb,Fe)O D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
4.DB.05
Struvite
(NH)MgPO6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 571
8.CH.40
Struvite-K
KMgPO6HO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 629
8.CH.40
Studenitsite
NaCaBO(OH)2HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 124 (1995) (3), 57
6.GB.05
Studtite
(UO)O(HO)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 540
4.GA.15
Stumpflite
PtSb A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 95 (1972), 610
2.CC.05
Sturmanite
Ca(Fe)(SO)[B(OH)](OH)25HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 21 (1983), 705
7.DG.15
Sturtite
(Mn,Al,Fe,Ca)SiO(OH)HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
9.ED.10
Sttzite
AgTe (x=0.24-0.36) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 504
2.BA.30e
Suanite
MgBO A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 1 (1953), 54
6.BA.05
Subglaucophane
Na(Fe,Mg)(Al,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Sudburyite
PdSb A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1974), 275
2.CC.05
Sudoite
MgAl(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 766
9.EC.55
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Sudovikovite
PtSe A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 354 (1997), 486
2.EA.20
Suessite
FeSi A
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 126
1.BB.05
Sugakiite
Cu(Fe,Ni)S A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 263
2.BB.15c
Sugilite
KNa(Fe)(LiSi)O A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 767
9.CM.05
Suhailite
(NH)(Fe)(SiAl)O(OH) A
American Mineralogist 94 (2009), 210
9.EC.20
Sukulaite
(Sn,Fe,Mn)(Ta,Nb,Sn)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Sulfoborite
Mg[B(OH)](SO)(OH,F) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 674
6.AC.55
Sulfohalite
Na(SO)ClF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 675
7.BD.05
Sulphate-monazite
(Ce,La)(PO,SO) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Sulphotsumoite
BiTeS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 316
2.DC.05b
Sulphur
S G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 506
1.CC.05
-sulphur
S G
Dana's System of Mineralogy, 7th edition, 1 (1944), 144
1.CC.05
Sulrhodite
RhS D
Mineralogical Magazine 56 (1992), 125
2.DB.15
Sulunite
Na,K,Fe,Al,Si,O,HO D
Mineralogical Magazine 33 (1962), 261
Sulvanite
CuVS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 508
2.CB.70
Sundiusite
Pb(SO)OCl A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 506
7.BD.70
Sundiusite (of Phillips & Layton)
NaCaMgAlSiO(OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
9.DE.20
Sungulite
Mg,Si,O,HO D
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 102 (1973), 3
Suolunite
CaSiO(OH)HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 768
9.BE.10
Suredaite
PbSnS A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1066
2.DB.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Surinamite
MgAlO[SiBeAlO] A
Mineralogical Magazine 72 (2008), 839
9.DH.55
Surite
(Pb,Ca)Al(Si,Al)O(CO)(OH)0.3HO A
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1175
9.EC.75
Surkhobite
NaCaBaMnTiO(SiO)(FO) Rd
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 289
9.BE.67
Sursassite
(Mn)Al(SiO)(SiO)(OH) G
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 993
9.BG.15
Susannite
Pb(SO)(CO)(OH) G
European Journal of Mineralogy 11 (1999), 493
5.BF.40
Sussexite
MnBO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 677
6.BA.15
Suzukiite
BaVSiO A
Mineralogical Journal (Tokyo) 11 (1982), 15
9.DH.15
Svabite
Ca(AsO)F G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 572
8.BN.05
Svanbergite
SrAl(SO)(PO)(OH) Rd
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 178
8.BL.05
Sveite
KAl(NO)(OH)Cl8HO A
Transactions of the Geological Society of South Africa 83 (1980), 239
5.ND.20
venekite
CaH(AsO) A
Journal of the Czech Geological Society 42 (1997), 77
8.AD.10
Sverigeite
NaBe(Mn)SnSiO(OH) A
Geologiska Freningens i Stockholm Frhandlingar 106 (1984), 175
9.AE.15
Svetlozarite
(Ca,K,Na)(Si,Al)O12HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GD.40
Svidneite
Na(Mg,Fe,Fe)(Si,Al)O(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Svitalskite
CaAlSiO3HO D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 796
9.EC.15
Svyatoslavite
CaAlSiO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 118 (2) (1989), 111
9.FA.45
Svyazhinite
MgAl(SO)F14HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 347
7.DB.05
Swaknoite
(NH)Ca(POOH)HO A
Bulletin of the South African Speleological Society 32 (1991), 72
8.CJ.10
Swamboite
U(UO)(SiOOH)30HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 19 (1981), 553
9.AK.20
Swartzite
CaMg(UO)(CO)12HO G
American Mineralogist 36 (1951), 1
5.ED.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Swedenborgite
NaBeSbO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 543
4.AC.05
Sweetite
Zn(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 48 (1984), 267
4.FA.10
Swinefordite
Ca(Li,Al,Mg,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH,F)nHO A
American Mineralogist 60 (1975), 540
9.EC.45
Switzerite
(Mn)(PO)7HO Rd
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 1221
8.CE.25
Syanhualite
LiCaBe(SiO)F D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.FB.20
Syankhualite
LiCaBe(SiO)F D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
Syhadrite
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Syhedrite
Na,Ca,Al,Si,O,HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GE.10
Sylvanite
AgAuTe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 509
2.EA.05
Sylvite
KCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 545
3.AA.20
Symesite
PbSOOClHO A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1526
3.DC.60
Symplesite
(Fe)(AsO)8HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 576
8.CE.45
Synadelphite
(Mn)(AsO)(AsO)(OH)2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 577
8.BE.50
Synchysite-(Ce)
CaCe(CO)F A
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 203 (2002), 817
5.BD.20c
Synchysite-(Nd)
CaNd(CO)F A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1983), 201
5.BD.20c
Synchysite-(Y)
CaY(CO)F Rn
American Mineralogist 51 (1966), 152
5.BD.20c
Syngenite
KCa(SO)HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 684
7.CD.35
Syntagmatite (of Trger)
NaCa(Fe,Mg,Ti)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Szaboite
Mg,Si,O D
Mineralogical Magazine 52 (1988), 535
9.DA.05
Szaiblyite
MgBO(OH) A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 671
6.BA.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Szechenyiite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Szechonyit
NaCa(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.20
Szenicsite
CuMoO(OH) A
Mineralogical Record 25 (1994), 76
7.GB.10
Szmikite
MnSOHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 687
7.CB.05
Szomolnokite
FeSOHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 688
7.CB.05
Sztrkayite
BiTeS N
American Mineralogist 72 (1987), 1027
2.DC.05e
Szymaskiite
HgNi(CO)(OH)(HO)3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 28 (1990), 703
5.DB.30
Taaffeite
BeMgAlO Group
Mineralogical Magazine 29 (1951), 765
4.FC.25
Taaffeite-9R
(Mg,Fe,Zn)AlBeO D
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Abhandlungen 146 (1983), 15
4.FC.25
Tacharanite
CaAlSiO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 777
9.HA.75
Tachyhydrite
CaMgCl12HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 547
3.BB.35
Tadzhikite-(Ce)
CaCeTiBSiO(OH) Rn
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 745
9.DK.20
Taeniolite
KLiMgSiOF D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.20
Taenite
(Ni,Fe) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990) 510
1.AE.10
Tagilite
Cu(PO)OHHO D
Canadian Mineralogist 44 (2006), 1557
8.BD.05
Taikanite
BaSr(Mn)O(SiO) A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 114 (1985), 635
9.DH.25
Taimyrite-I
(Pd,Cu,Pt)Sn A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 78
1.AG.15
Taimyrite-II
(Pd,Cu,Pt)Sn N
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 111 (1982), 78
1.AG.15
Tainiolite
KLiMgSiOF A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Taiyite
(Y,Ca,Fe,Th)(Ti,Nb)(O,OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Takanelite
(Mn,Ca)(Mn)O0.7HO A
American Mineralogist 76 (1991), 1426
4.FL.40
Takedaite
CaBO A
Mineralogical Magazine 59 (1995), 549
6.AA.40
Takuchiite
MgMnOBO A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 1130
6.AB.40
Takovite
NiAlCO(OH)4HO A
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 458
5.DA.50
Talc
MgSiO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 781
9.EC.05
Talcite (of Thomson)
KAl(Si,Al)O(OH) D
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 905
9.EC.15
Talmessite
CaMg(AsO)2HO A
Bulletin de la Socit Franaise Minralogie et de Cristallographie 83 (1960), 118
8.CG.05
Talnakhite
CuFeS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 97 (1968), 63
2.CB.10b
Tamaite
(Ca,K,Ba,Na)xMn(Si,Al)O(OH)nHO A
Journal of Mineralogical and Petrological Sciences (formerly Mineralogical Journal) 95 (2000), 79
9.EG.30
Tamarugite
NaAl(SO)6HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 692
7.CC.10
Tancoite
HLiNa[Al(PO)(OH)] A
Canadian Mineralogist 18 (1980), 185
8.BG.15
Taneyamalite
(Na,Ca)(Mn)(Si,Al)(O,OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 44 (1981), 51
9.DH.65
Tangaite
(Al,Fe)PO2HO D
Acta Universitatis Carolinae, Geologica (1962), nos. 1-2, 21
Tangeite
CaCuVO(OH) Rn
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1994), 205
8.BH.35
Tangenite
Ca,Ti,O D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Tantalaeschynite-(Y)
Y(Ta,Ti,Nb)O Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DF.05
Tantalbetafite
(Ca,U)(Ti,Nb,Ta)(O,OH) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Tantalcarbide
TaC G
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 126 (1997) (1), 76
1.BA.20
Tantalite
(Fe,Mn)TaO Group
American Mineralogist 81 (1996), 146
4.DB.35
Tantalite-(Fe)
FeTaO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Tantalite-(Fe)
FeTaO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
Tantalite-(Mg)
MgTaO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
Tantalite-(Mg)
MgTaO D 4.DB.35
Tantalite-(Mn)
MnTaO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.35
Tantalohatchettolite
(U,Ca,Ce)(Ta,Nb)(O,OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Tantalo-obruchevite
Ca,U,Nb,O D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Tantalowodginite
MnTaTaO D
Canadian Mineralogist 30 (1992), 633
4.DB.40
Tantalpyrochlore
(Ca,Na)Ta(O,OH,F) D
American Mineralogist 62 (1977), 403
4.DH.15
Tantalum (of Walther)
Ta D
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 361 (1998), 642
1.AE.05
Tanteuxenite-(Y)
Y(Ta,Nb,Ti)(O,OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 551
4.DG.05
Tantite
TaO A
Mineralogicheskiy Zhurnal 5 (1983) (3), 90
4.EA.05
Tanzanite
CaAl(SiO)(SiO)(O,OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
Tapiolite
(Fe,Mn)(Ta,Nb)O Group
Canadian Mineralogist 34 (1996), 631
4.DB.10
Tapiolite-(Fe)
FeTaO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.10
Tapiolite-(Fe)
FeTaO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.10
Tapiolite-(Mn)
MnTaO Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.10
Tapiolite-(Mn)
MnTaO D
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
4.DB.10
Taprobanite
MgAlBeO D
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 514
Taramellite
Ba(Fe,Ti)O[BSiO]Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 783
9.CE.20
Taramite
NaCa(Fe)AlFe(SiAl)O(OH) Rd
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 219
9.DE.20
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Taranakite
KAl(POOH)(PO)18HO G
Dana's New Mineralogy, (Gaines et. al.), 8th edition, (1997), 744
8.CH.25
Tarapacite
KCrO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 693
7.FA.05
Tarasovite
K,Mg,Al,Si,O,HO D
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 394
9.EC.60
Tarbuttite
ZnPO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 582
8.BB.35
Tarkianite
(Cu,Fe)(Re,Mo)S A
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 539
2.DB.30
Taseqite
NaSrCaFeZrNbSiO(O,OH,HO)Cl A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (2004), 83
9.CO.10
Tassieite
NaCaMg(Fe)Fe(PO)2HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 293
8.CF.05
Tatarkaite
Mg,Fe,Al,Si,O D
American Mineralogist 50 (1965), 2111
Tatarskite
CaMg(SO)(CO)(OH)Cl7HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 92 (1963), 697
7.DG.25
Tatyanaite
(Pt,Pd,Cu)CuSn A
European Journal of Mineralogy 12 (2000), 391
1.AG.15
Tausonite
SrTiO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 113 (1984), 86
4.CC.35
Tavistockite
Ca(PO)F D
Mineralogical Magazine 37 (1969), 123
Tavorite
LiFePO(OH) G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 583
8.BB.05
Tawmawite
CaCrAl(SiO)(SiO)O(OH) D
European Journal of Mineralogy 18 (2006), 551
9.BG.05a
Taylorite (of Dana)
(K,NH)SO D
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (1985), 259
Tazheranite
(Zr,Ti,Ca)(O,) A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 186 (1969), 142
4.DL.10
Teallite
PbSnS G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 513
2.CD.05
Tedhadleyite
Hg(Hg)OI(Cl,Br) A
Canadian Mineralogist 40 (2002), 909
3.DD.40
Teepleite
NaB(OH)Cl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 695
6.AC.40
Tegengrenite
Mg(Sb,Mn)O A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1315
4.BB.20
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Teineite
CuTeO2HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 698
4.JM.20
Telargpalite
(Pd,Ag)Te A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 103 (1974), 595
2.BC.45
Tellurantimony
SbTe A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 55
2.DC.05c
Tellurite
TeO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 555
4.DE.20
Tellurium
Te G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 516
1.CC.10
Tellurobismuthite
BiTe G
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 665
2.DC.05c
Tellurohauchecornite
NiBiTeS A
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 877
2.BB.10
Telluronevskite
BiTeSe A
European Journal of Mineralogy 13 (2001), 177
2.DC.05b
Telluropalladinite
PdTe A
Canadian Mineralogist 17 (1979), 589
2.BC.30
Telyushenkoite
CsNaBeAlSiOF A
New Data on Minerals 38 (2003), 5
9.EH.25
Temagamite
PdHgTe A
Canadian Mineralogist 12 (1973), 193
2.BC.50
Tengchongite
Ca(UO)(MoO)O12HO A
Kexue Tongbao (in Chinese) 31 (1986), 396
7.HB.20
Tengerite-(Y)
Y(CO)2-3HO Rd
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 425
5.CC.10
Tennantite
CuAsS G
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 35 (2008), 455
2.GB.05
Tenorite
CuO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 556
4.AB.10
Tephroite
(Mn)SiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 785
9.AC.05
Teremkovite
AgPbSbS D
Mineralogical Magazine 38 (1971), 103
Terlinguacreekite
(Hg)OCl A
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1055
3.DD.55
Terlinguaite
HgOCl G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 557
3.DD.20
Ternesite
Ca(SiO)SO A
Mineralogy and Petrology 60 (1997), 121
9.AH.20
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mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
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Ternovite
MgNbO8-2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1997), 49
4.FM.15
Ternovskite
Na(Mg,Fe,Fe)(Si,Al)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.25
Terranovaite
NaCaAlSiO~8HO A
American Mineralogist 82 (1997), 423
9.GF.05
Terskite
NaZrSiO2HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 112 (1983), 226
9.DM.40
Tertschite
CaBO20HO Q
Fortschritte der Mineralogie 31 (1953), 39
6.EB.20
Teruggite
CaMg[AsBO(OH)]14HO A
American Mineralogist 53 (1968), 1815
6.FA.25
Teschemacherite
(NH)HCO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 701
5.AA.25
Testibiopalladite
Pd(Sb,Bi)Te N
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 522
2.EB.25
Tetra-auricupride
CuAu A
Scientia Geologica Sinica (in Chinese) (1982), 111
1.AA.10b
Tetradymite
BiTeS G
Canadian Mineralogist 45 (2007), 665
2.DC.05c
Tetraedingtonite
BaAlSiO4HO D
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.15
Tetraferriannite
K(Fe)(SiFe)O(OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EC.20
Tetraferriphlogopite
KMg(SiFe)O(OH) Rn
Mineralogical Record 39 (2008), 131
9.EC.20
Tetraferroplatinum
PtFe A
Canadian Mineralogist 13 (1975), 117
1.AG.40
Tetrahedrite
CuSbS A
Physics and Chemistry of Minerals 35 (2008), 455
2.GB.05
Tetrakalsilite
(K,Na)AlSiO D
American Mineralogist 73 (1988), 420
Tetranatrolite
(Na,K)(Si,Al)O2HO D
American Mineralogist 84 (1999), 1445
9.GA.05
Tetrarooseveltite
BiAsO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1994), 179
8.AD.55
Tetrataenite
FeNi A
American Mineralogist 65 (1980), 624
1.AE.10
Tetrawickmanite
MnSn(OH) A
Mineralogical Record 4 (1973), 24
4.FC.15
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
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Texasite (of Crook)
Pr,SO,O D
American Mineralogist 67 (1982), 156
Thadeuite
CaMg(PO)(OH,F) A
American Mineralogist 64 (1979), 359
8.BH.05
Thalackerite
(Mg,Fe)SiO(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.05
Thalcusite
(Cu,Fe)TlS A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 105 (1976), 202
2.BD.30
Thalnite-(Y)
YSiO(OH) A
American Mineralogist 71 (1986), 188
9.BJ.20
Thalfenisite
Tl(Fe,Ni)SCl A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 108 (1979), 696
2.FC.05
Thaumasite
CaSi(OH)(CO)(SO)12HO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 790
7.DG.15
Theisite
CuZnAsO(OH) A
Mineralogical Magazine 46 (1982), 49
8.BE.75
Thenardite
NaSO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 702
7.AC.25
Theoparacelsite
Cu(OH)AsO A
Archives des Sciences (Geneva) 54 (2001), 7
8.BB.65
Theophrastite
Ni(OH) A
American Mineralogist 66 (1981), 1020
4.FE.05
Thrsemagnanite
CoSO(OH)8HO A
Archives des Sciences (Geneva) 46 (1993), 37
7.DD.80
Thermessaite
KAlF(SO) A
Canadian Mineralogist 46 (2008), 693
3.CG.25
Thermonatrite
NaCOHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 5 (2003), 704
5.CB.05
Thierschite
CaCOHO D
American Mineralogist 47 (1962), 786
Thomasclarkite-(Y)
NaY(HCO)(OH)4HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 36 (1998), 1293
5.DC.20
Thometzekite
PbCu(AsO)2HO A
Neues Jahrbuch fr Mineralogie, Monatshefte (1985), 446
8.CG.15
Thomsenolite
NaCaAlFHO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 560
3.CB.40
Thomsonite-Ca
NaCa(AlSi)O6HO Rn
Canadian Mineralogist 35 (1997), 1571
9.GA.10
Thomsonite-Sr
NaSrAlSiO6-7HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 130 (2001) (4), 46
9.GA.10
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CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
3/11/2009
Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Thorbastnsite
ThCa(CO)F3HO A
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 94 (1965), 105
5.BD.20a
Thoreaulite
SnTaO G
European Journal of Mineralogy 20 (2008), 501
4.DG.15
Thorgadolinite
BeFe(Ce,La,Nd,Th)SiO D
Mineralogical Magazine 43 (1980), 1055
9.AJ.20
Thorianite
ThO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 562
4.DL.05
Thorikosite
PbOSb(OH)Cl A
American Mineralogist 70 (1985), 845
3.DC.40
Thoriopyrochlore
(Ca,Th,Na,Ce,[])(Nb,Zr,Ti,Fe)(O,OH,F) N
Canadian Mineralogist 42 (2004), 1159
4.DH.15
Thorite
ThSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 792
9.AD.30
Thornasite
NaTh(SiO)18HO A
American Mineralogist 85 (2000), 1521
9.GF.50
Thoro-aeschynite
(Ce,Ca,Fe,Th)(Ti,Nb)(O,OH) D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1968), 1144
Thorogummite
(Th,U)[(SiO),(OH)] Q
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 794
9.AD.30
Thorosteenstrupine
(Ca,Th,Mn)SiOF6HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 795
9.CK.20
Thorsite
ThCaSiO(OH)nHO N
Doklady Akademiia Nauk (in Russian) 334 (1994), 735
9.HG.10
Thortveitite
ScSiO G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 796
9.BC.05
Thorutite
(Th,U,Ca)Ti(O,OH) G
Zapiski Vsesoyuznogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchestva 87 (1958), 201
4.DH.05
Threadgoldite
Al(UO)(PO)(OH)8HO A
Bulletin de Minralogie 102 (1979), 338
8.EB.20
Tibergite
NaCa(Mg,Fe)Fe(SiAl)O(OH) D
American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 1023
9.DE.10
Tibiscumite
(Ca,Na,K)(Al,Fe,Mg)(Si,Al)O(OH)0.8HO Q
Mineralogical Abstracts 89M/0178
9.EC.50
Tiemannite
HgSe G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 530
2.CB.05a
Tienshanite
K(Na,K,)CaBa(Mn)TiBSiO(O,OH,F) A
Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 177 (1967), 137
9.CL.05
Tietaiyangite
(Fe)FeTiO N
Acta Mineralogica Sinica (in Chinese) 19 (1999), 257
4.CB.80
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* A = Approved by CNMNC, D = Discredited by CNMNC, G = Grandfathered (original description preceded the establishment of the
CNMNC in 1959, and generally regarded as a valid species) , GROUP = A name used to designate a group of species, H = Hypothetical
mineral (synthetic, anthropogenic, etc.), I = Intermediate member of a solid-solution series (e.g. oligoclase, a member of the albite-anorthite
series), N = Published without approval by the CNMNC, Q = Questionable, Rd = Redefinition approved by CNMNC, Rn = Renamed with
approval by CNMNC.
3/11/2009
Status* Name CNMNC Approved Formula Strunz Classification
Best, Most Recent or Most Complete reference.
Tiettaite
NaFeTiSiO(OH)2HO A
Zapiski Vserossiskogo Mineralogicheskogo Obshchetstva 122 (1993) (1), 121
9.HA.90
Tikhonenkovite
SrAlF(OH)HO A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 3 (1997), 565
3.CC.10
Tilasite
CaMgAsOF G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 4 (2000), 589
8.BH.10
Tilleyite
CaSiO(CO) G
Canadian Mineralogist 43 (2005), 1489
9.BE.82
Tillmannsite
HgAgVO A
European Journal of Mineralogy 15 (2003), 177
8.AC.80
Tin
Sn G
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 1 (1990), 531
1.AC.10
Tinaksite
KNa(Ca,Mn)TiOSiO(OH) A
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 800
9.DG.75
Tincalconite
NaBO(OH)3HO G
American Mineralogist 87 (2002), 350
6.DA.15
Tinnunculite
CHNO H
American Mineralogist 78 (1993), 452
10.CA.30
Tinsleyite
KAl(PO)(OH)2HO A
American Mineralogist 69 (1984), 374
8.DH.10
Tin-tantalite
(Mn,Sn)TaO D
Mineralogical Magazine 36 (1967), 133
Tinticite
(Fe)(PO)(OH)67HO G
European Journal of Mineralogy 12 (2000), 581
8.DC.32
Tintinaite
PbCuSbS A
Canadian Mineralogist 22 (1984), 219
2.HB.10a
Tinzenite
CaAl[BSiO](OH) Rd
Handbook of Mineralogy (Anthony et al.), 2 (1995), 801
9.BD.20
Tiptopite
K(Li,Na,Ca)(BeP)O(OH)1.3HO A
Canadian Mineralogist 23 (19