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Cabalzarite

Cabalzarite (Ca(Mg,Al,Fe3+)2[AsO4]2·20(H2O,OH) is a mineral first found in an abandoned mine in Falotta, Graubünden, Switzerland and named for Walter Cabalzar, an amateur mineralogist of Chur, Switzerland who contributed to the mineralogy of the Graubünden canton.

References

1. ^ Cabalzarite Mineral Data
2. ^ Cabalzarite: Cabalzarite mineral information and data
3. ^ Brugger J., Meisser N., Schenk K., Berlepsch P., Bonin M., Armbruster T., Nyfeler D. and Schmidt S. 2000: Description and crystal structure of cabalzarite Ca(Mg,Fe,Al)2(AsO4)2(H2O,OH)2, a new mineral from the tsumcorite group. American Mineralogist, 85(9), 1307-1314; [1]


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