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clinohumite ( ¦klīnō′hyü′mīt ) ( mineralogy ) Mg 9 (SiO 4 ) 4 (F,OH 2 ) A monoclinic mineral of the humite.

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Talc-, Magnesite- and Ti-Clinohumite- Bearing Ultrahigh-Pressure
Petrology of titanian clinohumite and olivine at the high-pressure
Clinohumite (Mg,Fe2+)9(SiO4)4(F,OH)2
Clinohumite. (Mg,Fe2+)9(SiO4)4(F,OH)2 c. ○2001 Mineral Data Publishing, version 1.
Titanian clinohumite–garnet–pyroxene rock from the Su-Lu UHP
A garnet–pyroxene rock containing abundant Ti-clinohumite (ca.
Manganoan magnesian ilmenite and titanian clinohumite from the
Titanian clinohumite (3 percent TiOr) is found as reaction rims upon forsterite inclusions in the carbonatite.

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Azoproite - Occurrence, Properties, and Distribution
Azoproite occurs as an uncommon late-stage mineral in the border zone in magnesian contact-metamorphic rocks associated with syenites.

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Clinohumite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Clinohumite is an uncommon member of the humite group, a magnesium silicate according to the chemical formula (Mg,Fe)9(SiO4)4(F,OH)2.
Clinohumite is a rare mineral and an especially rare gemstone.
Clinohumite Mineral Data
Click Here for Larger Clinohumite Image in a New Browser Window Images: Clinohumite. Comments: Orange-brown glassy crystalline clinohumite.
Clinohumite Information and Education
Clinohumite is a Magnesium Silicate Fluoride Hydroxide, and is a member of the Humite group of Minerals.

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