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Recognized for its heritage of various point discoverers, Sweden is the starting place of this entire encylopedia of the elements.It offers either a big database for execs in addition to specified interpreting starting from historic proof, discoverers' pix, color plates of mineral forms, common occurrences, and commercial figures to profitable and refining tactics, organic roles and purposes in sleek chemistry, engineering and industry.Elemental info is gifted in reality tables which come with quite a few actual and thermodynamic homes, isotope lists, radiation absorption features, NMR parameters, and others. extra pertinent information is available in extra tables through the text.Published in Swedish in 3 volumes from 1998 to 2000, the contents were revised and elevated via the writer for this English variation.

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Besides a crystal of the nesosilicate forsterite Mg2SiO4 from Pakistan. M56 Sorosilicate, disilicate monoclinic, prismatic crystals of the sorosilicate thortveitite Sc2Si2O7 in pegmatite. From Routevaare, Jokkmokk in northern Sweden. From the collection of Fredrik Grensman. M57 A mineral with sorosili- cate character monoclinic crystals of blackish-green epidote. It is a complicated mineral with the formula Ca2(Fe,Al) Al2(O,OH,SiO4,Si2O7). It has the character of a sorosilicate. In the picture also white calcite, calcium carbonate, is shown.

Emerald, which is beryl, green colored by chromium (to the right). The hexagonal form is clearly visible. From Takowaja in the Urals. M17 Celestite (celestine) SrSO4. Sky-blue, orthorhombic crystals from Madagascar. M18 Gadolinite Y2FeBe2(O · SiO4)2. Lustrous, black monoclinic crystals in pegmatite from Ytterby, Sweden. Color Plates M19 Fergusonite (Y,Er,Ce,Fe)(Nb,Ta,Ti)O4. Tetragonal crystals in pegmatite from Ytterby, Sweden. M20 Xenotime YPO4 from Ytterby, Sweden. Tetragonal. Reddish-brown vein in pegmatite.

M2 Gold Au on mylonitic rock, from ETC’s gold mine Sheba, Barberton, South Africa. From the collection of Rob H. Hellingwerf. M3 Gold-silver alloy, electrum Au-Ag from the copper mine in Falun. The sample is from the 350 m level. XLI XLII Color Plates M4 Silver Ag from North Ltd, Zinkgruvan Mine in central Sweden. The silver has been precipitated on a fracture in a working stope on the 190 m level. M5 Malachite and azurite. Monoclinic crystals of blue azurite Cu3(OH)2(CO3)2 on green malachite Cu2(OH)2CO3.

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