Barytocalcite

Barytocalcite - without losing its monoclinic character...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/2/11 Barytocalcite Erica Ingenito GLG 321 04-28-10
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3/2/11 Raman Comparison 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Mine Standa rd
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3/2/11 Diagnostic Properties ü Hardness: 4 ü Effervesces vigorously with HCL ü Color: Colorless, White ü Luster: Vitreous- Resinous ü Granular Habit
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3/2/11 Textbook Information BaCa(CO3)2 Double Salt Monoclinic 2/m Polymorph of Alsonite and Paralstonite Optics Biaxial (-)
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3/2/11 More In-depth Information “Mutual solubilities between the end members of the system CaCO2-BaCO2 are very limited, but the binary compound, barytocalcite, is stable over a large range of compositions and can take as much as 12.5 mole percent excess CaCO2 at 660°C and 9.0 mole percent excess BaCO2 at 750°C
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Unformatted text preview: without losing its monoclinic character Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/2/11 Barytocalcite is super stable!!!!* * Like a brickhouse 3/2/11 More interesting information Discovered in 1824 in Alston Moor, Cumberland, England. Occurs usually in veins of limestone (not in my case) Possibly a dense lead or antimony mineral? Used as an ingredient in glaze for pottery (BaO) 3/2/11 Sources http://www.mindat.org/min-466.html http://webmineral.com/data/Barytocal http://rruff.info/barytocalcite/display= http://www.minsocam.org/ammin/AM5 The Potters Dictionary of Materials an Hamer and Janet Hamer...
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