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Liandratite

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Liandradit
gelbe Krusten von Liandradit, Antsakoa I Pegmatit, Berere, Mahajanga Provinz, Madagaskar; BB ~ 1 mm
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Mineral: Liandratite
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Liandradit

gelbe Krusten von Liandradit, Antsakoa I Pegmatit, Berere, Mahajanga Provinz, Madagaskar; BB 1 mm

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Locality: Antsakoa-Pegmatit / Berere-Pegmatit / Tsaratanàna, Distrikt / Betsiboka, Region / Madagaskar
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Gelbe Aggregate bzw. Krusten von Liandratit, zudem schwarzer Columbit-(Mn), (ohne Maßstab), FO: Mica Lode Mine, Eight Mile Park Pegmatite, Fremont Co., Colorado, USA. Ex Erich Laskowski collection.
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Location: USA/Colorado/Fremont Co./Eight Mile Park Pegmatit/Mica Lode Mine (Mica Hill Mine)
Mineral: Liandratite
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Liandratit

Gelbe Aggregate bzw. Krusten von Liandratit, zudem schwarzer Columbit-(Mn), (ohne Maßstab), FO: Mica Lode Mine, Eight Mile Park Pegmatite, Fremont Co., Colorado, USA. Ex Erich Laskowski collection.

Copyright: Wikipedia-user: David Hospital
Contribution: oliverOliver 2024-01-02
Locality: Mica Lode Mine (Mica Hill Mine) / Eight Mile Park Pegmatit / Fremont Co. / Colorado / USA

Collectors Summary

Hardness (Mohs) 3.5
Crystal System trigonal, P31m

Chemism

Chemical formula

U6+(Nb,Ta)2O8

Chemical composition

Niob, Tantal, Sauerstoff, Uran

Unit weight: 595.857881 u; Number of atoms in the formula: 11

Info

Empirical formula:

U(Nb0.75Ta0.25)2O8

Element

Symbol

Weight%

Atoms

Atoms%

Atom weight (u)

Sum weight (u)

Oxygen

O

21.48

8

72.73

15.9994300

127.9954400

Niobium

Nb

23.39

1.5

13.64

92.9063820

139.3595730

Tantalum

Ta

15.18

0.5

4.55

180.9479100

90.4739550

Uranium

U

39.95

1

9.09

238.0289130

238.0289130

Analysis wt%

UO3 : 48.73, Nb2O5 : 36.22, Ta2O5 : 15.05 (Ref: American Mineralogist 78)

Strunz 9th edition incl. updates

4.DH.35

4: Oxide, Hydroxide (Oxide, Hydroxide, V[5,6]-Vanadate, Arsenite, Antimonite, Bismutite, Sulfite, Selenite, Tellurite, Iodate)
D: Metall: Sauerstoff = 1:2 und vergleichbare
H: Mit großen (± mittelgroßen) [Kationen]; Lagen kantenverknüpfter Oktaeder
35:Petscheckit-Gruppe

Lapis Classification

IV/D.23-020

IV: OXIDE
D: Oxide mit Verhältnis Metall : Sauerstoff = 1:2 (MO2 und verwandte Verbindungen)

Classification by Hölzel

4.DJ.570

4: OXIDES
D: Dioxides
J: Titanates, Niobates and Tantalates, C large, V medium ò 2
5: Other Niobates, Tantalates

Dana 8th edition

08.01.09.01

08: Multiple Oxides with Nb, Ta, and Ti
01: Multiple Oxides with Nb, Ta, and Ti where A BO4

IMA status

Anerkannt von der CNMNC

Mineral status

anerkanntes Mineral

Optical Properties

RI value α / ω / n

1.83

RI value β

metam.

RI value γ / ε

1.83

Ri mean

1.83

2V angle

u(i) nd

Crystallography

Crystal System

trigonal

Class (H-M)

3m

Space Group number

162

Space Group

P31m

Cell parameters a (Å)

6.36

Cell parameters b (Å)

-

Cell parameters c (Å)

4.01

Cell parameters a/b or c/a

0.631

Cell parameters c/b

-

Z

1

Volume (ų)

140.472

X-Ray Powder Diffraction

4.01(80),
3.18(100),
2.49(40),
2.00(20),
1.838(30),
1.692(20),
1.667(10),
1.200(20)

XRD chart Liandratite

Calculated from d-spacing and intensity at 0.1541838 nm (Cu)

Crystals 3D

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Physical Properties

Hardness (Mohs)

3.5

VHN (Hardness Vickers)

130 (ungefähre Angabe abgeleitet aus der Mohshärte)

Density (g/cm³)

6.8 (gemessen)

7.043 ( ρ calc. Mineralienatlas )

Preface

Author (Name, Year)

Mücke & Strunz, 1978

Safety Instructions

Industrial chemicals are often present in powder form and therefore often contain much higher dangers than natural, crystalline substances. These hazard statements refer to the classification of industrially used chemical compounds that may also occur in this natural mineral. The hazard classification makes no claim to completeness.




Safety classes: Ionizing radiation: Radioaktiv

References

American Mineralogist 63 (1978), 941

Other languages

German

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Spanish

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French

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English

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Russian

Лиандратит

https://catalogmineralov.ru/mineral/liandratite.html

Alternative Name

German

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Spanish

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Liandradite

CNMNC (IMA)-Number

IMA 1975-039

CNMNC symbol

Symbol

Lia

Locations with GPS information

IDs

GUSID (Global unique identifier short form) 2L6HWae6nk6FnJy3BUfxkQ
GUID (Global unique identifier) 5987BED8-BAA7-4E9E-859C-9CB70547F191
Database ID 2202