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In use Strontianite (Strontianite) Block: #4
First entry: 04/15/2012 || Last update: 04/21/2012 by Julien Allaz
Mineral class
Sub-class
carbonate
Anhydrous carbonate
Synthetic? no
Formula
Standard element(s)
SrCO3
Sr
Source / reference NMNH #R10065
Origin, rock type... Oberdorf, Styria, Austria
General comment From the Smithsonian Institute.

Analysis 1
Method Ca: atomic absorption; C: absorption on Ascarite
Analysis type other
Comment analysis See Jarosewich and White (1987), Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, 57 (4), 762-763. SrO calculated stoichiometrically.
Wt-% oxideWt-% elementAtom [p.f.u.]
67.670
1.900
30.232
SrO
CaO
CO2
57.221
1.358
8.251
32.972
Sr
Ca
C
O
1.901
0.099
2.000
6.000
99.80299.80210.000

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